Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell and Science Museum of Virginia Director/CEO Richard Conti are pleased to announce Virginia’s Outstanding Scientists of 2011 and the recipient of the Governor’s Award for Science Innovation presented by Altria.
On Monday night, Agenda Alexandria tackled the question: “Are citizens involved in the development process?”
When the Arlandria Farmers’ Market opens again in the spring, it will be the first farmers’ market in Alexandria approved to accept food stamps.
The clean-up is continuing after a broken pipe at the PEPCO power station in Alexandria spilled as much as 5500 gallons of mineral oil onto the ground and into the Potomac River.
Delegate Charniele Herring (VA-46) and Delegate Kenneth Plum (VA-36) have been working to ensure easy access for citizens of the Commonwealth to information regarding respite care services in Virginia
Delegate Mark Cole’s bill to eliminate affidavit voting in the Commonwealth would disproportionately hurt those without government-issued identification.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, including the City of Alexandria, until 4 a.m. on Thursday morning. Alexandria City public schools will be closed on Thursday, Jan. 27.
Earlier this month, the U. S. Court of Appeals ruled that the Old Dominion Boat Club has clear title to its property on Alexandria’s waterfront, upholding a federal District Court decision.
On Jan. 20, 2011, John Harvey Ariail Jr. died after a brief illness. He was 68 years old.
On Jan. 24, 2011, Delegate Charniele Herring (VA-46) spoke to a House of Delegates Appropriations subcommittee regarding her budget amendment requesting $17 million over the course of the next two years to fund necessary road improvements to keep the Northern Virginia area, especially Alexandria and the surrounding communities, from facing outright gridlock in the wake of the opening of the BRAC-133 Project at Mark Center