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By Ellen Latane Tabb, Alexandria To the editor: Regarding the Freedmen’s Cemetery sculpture controversy: A card laid is a card played. After the final designs were chosen, I remembered that the public was asked to vote for [...]
By Margaret Gerlach, Alexandria To the editor: I am deeply concerned about a troubling trend in political discourse, which I fear will continue past this election and negatively affect future contests. It is a trend of excluding [...]
With a fiercely waged presidential campaign, a hotly contested U.S. Senate race and a slew of other decisions on the ballot, it’s easy to overlook the bevy of mayoral, city council and school board candidates competing [...]
By Denise Dunbar The Times is pleased to present “Monthly Chat,” a new opinion series featuring a conversation with different Alexandrians. We will introduce you to neighbors that perhaps you didn’t know — and offer new [...]
By Derrick Perkins and Melissa Quinn Updated 12:16 p.m. Tuesday Though the superstorm has come and gone, Alexandria residents may still be feeling her effects. An apartment building on the 4800 block of Kenmore Avenue underwent [...]
On Saturday, the 27th of June, I attended the community-wide charrette for Alexandrias Waterfront Plan held at T.C. Williams High School. Believe me when I say that we have seen this show many times before. [...]
With two suspects, Jamal Berry and Joshua Moore, to be sentenced next month after pleading guilty to the murder of Alexandria Yellow Cab driver Khalil Siddiqi, the final suspect, an Alexandria 17-year-old, will have his competency [...]
Once the elementary-aged kids understood that the $50 limit could not buy a Nintendo Wii, all was well at the Target on Jefferson Davis Highway.