Kathryn O’Sullivan, head of the Theatre Program at the Manassas Campus of Northern Virginia Community College, has written and produced an online Western drama series. “Thurston” tells the story of residents of a remote mining town in the Kansas Ozarks and their struggle for survival.
For Alexandria Living Legend Stewart Dunn, it is a matter of balance. He balances his professional duties as a partner at Ivins, Phillips & Barker with his duties as Vice Chair of the Planning Commission.
For the fourth time, the City of Alexandria was named one of the nation’s “100 Best Communities for Young People,” by the America’s Promise Alliance.
When the T. C. Williams High School junior varsity football team took the field this year, the kicker wore a pink mouth guard. When Brianna Smith kicked the ball, however, she was just one of the boys.
Rances Ulices Amaya, a/k/a “Blue” or “Murder,” 23, of Springfield, Va., was arrested yesterday accused of running an underground prostitution business involving underage female runaways.
The April 2007 massacre at Virginia Tech left an indelible mark on the Commonwealth and on the nation. This tragedy touched not only the victims and survivors but also their friends and loved ones.
The Center for Alexandria’s Children has been awarded accreditation by National Children’s Alliance following an extensive application and site review process.
Most children feel safe at home and school. When a child needs another safe place to go for help, they now have many choices.
The City of Alexandria reminds residents Potomac Yard Avenue is currently open to traffic.
Ghosts, ghouls and monsters are not the only things to be afraid of on Halloween. Accidents and mishaps increase dramatically when children trick-or-treat.