Monday, July 31
How to prevent sun damage while enjoying summer vacation.
Countywide at-large seat to be determined by Aug. 29 special election; early voting is underway.
Stylish, comfortable and good for you
Thursday, July 27
WPHS and JMU grad Heidi Smith discusses changes in her life’s paths.
Cancer Survivor Leads Relay for Life of Beltway
Wednesday, July 26
Alexandria Entertainment Calendar Through August 7
Monday, July 24
Department of Family Services celebrates 2017 high school graduation.
Bulova hosts County Environmental Showcase.
Police offer members of the media insight on a “Day in The Life” of local law enforcement providers.
There were 1,483 calls to the domestic violence hotline in 2016, an average of 124 calls per month.
FCPS Students Win National Merit College-Sponsored Scholarships
Thursday, July 20
Alexandria Entertainment Calendar Through August 1
Enlisting support from businesses and community.
Real Estate Prices and Salaries Top Non-Profit Help List
Wednesday, July 19
Tuesday, July 18
Many opportunities to contribute; tax-free back-to-school shopping is Aug. 5-7 across Virginia.
Monday, July 17
Hundreds rally outside NRA Headquarters for march to Department of Justice.
Supervisors are considering updating its zoning ordinance to allow short-term rentals
Ideal time to instill a love of reading, say experts.
Friday, July 14
In June, 2017, 158 homes sold between $1,250,000-$105,000 in the Mount Vernon area.
Mount Vernon Home Sales: June, 2017
Thursday, July 13
A five-course tasting menu: he does it all.
Wednesday, July 12
One price dry cleaners opens in Sacramento Center.
Creating an opportunity for dialogue on issues facing the community.
Businesses in harmony
Now through Sunday, July 23
Alexandria Entertainment Calendar
Tuesday, July 11
Increasing the number of uninsured is bad for the rest of us, and the economy.
Old Town home is finalist in national contest.
Designer thinks outside the proverbial box.
Home features chef’s kitchen and saltwater pool.
U.S. Rep. Gerry Connolly hosts Alzheimer’s Town Hall.
Monday, July 10
TitleMax, LoanMax and Fast Auto Loans will be able to keep details about their business secret.
How many cars did TitleMax repossess last year? What was the average loan amount for LoanMax? How many judgments did Fast Auto Loans obtain against people who were so hard up for cash that they handed over the title to their automobiles? That’s all information that these companies handed over to state regulators last year. But according to a new ruling from the Supreme Court of Virginia, it’s also information that these companies can keep secret.
Play about girl who perseveres with kindness and courage through a dark situation.
Thursday, July 6
And remembering sacrifices of veterans
Matos cites maintaining public’s trust.
Former Redskin Brian Mitchell emphasizes importance of eating right for success.
Summer Food Program
Fort Hunt Little League Wins
Police offer advice.
Senior Safety Summit
Wednesday, July 5
Kitchen Fire Damages House
Tuesday, July 4
Strangers made it possible for Audrey Bryan to return to normal life.
Practice linked to improvements in health.