Archives: ‘April Fool’s Edition’

School Board Candidates Go All In

March 31st, 2012 | [From: April Fool's Edition]

While attention in Alexandria's political circles has been focused on the scrillion candidates in the Democratic Primary for City Council, non-partisan School Board hopefuls have been quietly lining up in the shadows.

Police Investigate Prince Street Fire Station

March 31st, 2012 | [From: April Fool's Edition]

Alexandria's Chief of Police, Earl L. Cook, would neither confirm nor deny that the Police Department has launched an investigation into suspicious activities at the fire station in the 300 block of Prince Street known as 201.

Angry SPECIOUS Decries Power Plant Closing And Waterfront Plan

March 31st, 2012 | [From: April Fool's Edition]

The Society to Preserve and Enhance the City's Industrial Operations with Understanding and Support (SPECIOUS) presented its annual report at a subdued press conference this morning. Calling the closure of the coal fired Potomac River Generating Station: "the biggest setback to the reindustrialization of Alexandria in modern times."