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Patrick Henry Elementary School project reaches critical stage, but headaches remain

Patrick Henry Elementary School project reaches critical stage, but headaches remain

By Chris Teale (Image/Alexandria City Public Schools) Patrick Henry Elementary School has stood at its current site on Taney Avenue since 1953, and for the past two years the Alexandria City School Board has been working [...]

Silberberg unseats Euille in dramatic primary election

Silberberg unseats Euille in dramatic primary election

By Chris Teale and Erich Wagner (Photo/Erich Wagner) This article has been updated to reflect votes in the 45th District from Arlington and Fairfax counties as well as the city of Alexandria. Vice Mayor Allison Silberberg [...]

Silberberg, Levine win Democratic primaries

Silberberg, Levine win Democratic primaries

Updated at 10:11 p.m. By Chris Teale and Erich Wagner (File photo) Vice Mayor Allison Silberberg triumphed in the Democratic primary for Alexandria Mayor, according to unofficial poll results, defeating incumbent Bill Euille and former Mayor [...]

Despite playoff loss, young T.C. Williams baseball team has season to build on

Despite playoff loss, young T.C. Williams baseball team has season to build on

By Chris Teale (Photo/Chris Teale) For a time last Friday, it felt as though the underdog T.C. Williams baseball team might well spring another upset, this time over Madison High School in the first round of [...]

Carluccio’s brings genuine Italian cuisine, market to the heart of Old Town

Carluccio’s brings genuine Italian cuisine, market to the heart of Old Town

By Hannah Brockway and Chris Teale (Photo/Hannah Brockway) As a young child growing up in Italy, Antonio Carluccio learned to cook by watching his mother, and added to his love of food through picking wild mushrooms [...]

Eisenhower Avenue Holiday Inn set to reopen after closure

Eisenhower Avenue Holiday Inn set to reopen after closure

By Chris Teale (Courtesy photo) Construction on the National Science Foundation’s new building in Eisenhower West continues apace, but now it seems that one of the area’s oldest buildings is set to reopen as a hotel [...]

Alexandria City School Board approves 2016 budget

Alexandria City School Board approves 2016 budget

By Chris Teale (File photo) It took four and a half months and several difficult decisions, but the Alexandria City School Board formally adopted both its 2016 fiscal year combined funds budget as well as its [...]

Alexandria Times endorses Democratic candidates for mayor, delegate

Alexandria Times endorses Democratic candidates for mayor, delegate

This year’s race for the Democratic nomination for mayor has been unprecedented in modern Alexandria politics. In this election, two accomplished, credible challengers — Vice Mayor Allison Silberberg and former Mayor Kerry Donley — oppose incumbent [...]

Developers asked for Royal Street bus barn vision with WMATA's release of RFP

Developers asked for Royal Street bus barn vision with WMATA's release of RFP

By Chris Teale (Photo/Hannah Brockway) The Royal Street bus garage has sat empty since it was declared obsolete last August and approved for sale by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, but the transit agency recently [...]

Mayoral candidates make final pitches to voters before Democratic primary

Mayoral candidates make final pitches to voters before Democratic primary

By Erich Wagner (Photo/Erich Wagner) Alexandria’s Democratic contenders for mayor took one last opportunity to differentiate themselves from their opponents Tuesday night in the campaign’s final debate at George Washington Middle School. But it was a [...]