University of Phoenix, the largest private University in North America, today announced the six nationwide recipients of its “Forever a Phoenix” scholarship. Two of the six scholarships were awarded to local residents Timothy Steele of McLean and Traci Robinson-Williams of Alexandria.
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Team USA Arizona, an emerging elite distance runner training camp in Flagstaff, received the first annual grant from the Woodrow Wilson Bridge Half Marathon presented by WillPower Sport & Wellness today.
The Sons of the American Revolution honored two police officers and a deputy sheriff on Saturday, Dec. 10, at their annual commendation ceremony at the Belle Haven Country Club.
Charles Dickens' perennial classic is as sacred a tradition as the Thanksgiving dinner menu. People always want to reinvent it, try something new.
Seven individuals associated with the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Virginia were among 163 members of the Department of Justice recognized by Attorney General Eric Holder and Executive Office for U.S. Attorneys (EOUSA) Director H. Marshall Jarrett at the 28th annual Director’s Awards Ceremony today in Washington D.C.
The 2500 votes are in and Walker Homes is the winner of this year’s Old Town Boutique District Window Wonderland Contest. Mayor Bill Euille presented the company with a banner and the award in a ceremony this morning.
Congressman Jim Moran, Northern Virginia Democrat, today applauded the appointment of Alexandria resident Sherri Brown to the Department of Veterans Affairs Advisory Committee on Women Veterans.
With the arrival of cold weather, Virginia American Water today reminded residents that cold air can cause pipes to freeze and burst, potentially causing flooding and severe water damage.
The winter holiday season began in earnest in Del Ray last night with the lighting of the Christmas tree and luminaries.
The luminaries were placed along Mt. Vernon Avenue just before dark.
Governor Bob McDonnell And South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley Place Friendly Wager On Virginia Tech Vs. Clemson ACC Championship Football GameDecember 2nd, 2011 | [From: Other News, Sports]
Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell and South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley have agreed to a friendly wager on the Virginia Tech vs. Clemson University ACC Championship football game Tomorrow.