The Bull Run Festival of Lights is the largest light show in the Washington Metropolitan area, and this winter it is more popular than ever before. The numbers are staggering: over 60,000 cars this year and around 240,000 people have enjoyed the over 2,000,000 lights! And the show is not over. Continue reading “Be A Part Of Bull Run Festival of Lights”
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There is a wide range of services available to older adults in Alexandria, and some are not well known. As colder weather approaches and people are less able to be outdoors or have socially distanced visits with friends, services that ensure seniors remain engaged are especially valuable. NextDoor help map is one such service. Continue reading “Learn About NextDoor Help Map In Alexandria”
Fall is here and the increasing temperature asks for a hot and delicious breakfast. Given below are a few breakfast and coffee spots in Alexandria which have been recently opened. Find new flavors at these latest restaurant openings. Continue reading “Must Visit Breakfast And Coffee Spots In Alexandria”
The Alexandria school board unanimously voted on July 10 to begin the process to rename T.C. Williams High School. The decision was in response to a 100-signature petition the school board received on June 15 requesting that T.C. Williams be renamed. The school is named for Thomas Chambliss Williams, a former Alexandria City Public Schools superintendent who served from the 1930s to 1963 and was a noted segregationist. Continue reading “High School Renaming Process Launched By School Board”
A citywide back-to-school drive was held on Aug. 22 and 23. More than 800 families from across the city turned out to pick up backpacks and school supplies. Numerous organizations joined forces in organizing the events, including the literacy nonprofit InspireLit, which donated more than 4,000 books for the distribution. Continue reading “Back-To-School Drive Held In Alexandria”
Dr. Rina Bansal received a check for $100,000 by the Twig Junior Auxiliary of Inova Alexandria Hospital for the Inova COVID-19 Emergency Preparedness Fund. It was given during a May 22 ceremony held outside the hospital’s entrance. Continue reading “Inova Alexandria Receives $100k Donated By Twig”