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Art Review: Artist Sally Davies leaves a lasting impression

By Evan Berkowitz | eberkowitz@alextimes.com  Sally Davies has an intriguing attitude toward light. Nothing at all is absolute, and everything in a given scene becomes warm,...

Our View: Patriotic celebrations are the perfect antidote to recent events

When times are low, as they unmistakably have been in Alexandria recently, sometimes a good old display of patriotism is just what the doctor...

The Business Plan: Why small businesses fail

By Bill Reagan It’s widely held that small businesses often fail. SBA’s metrics show two-thirds survive at least two years, but only half make it...

Letter to the editor: Lights at T.C. Williams an unacceptable breach...

I am a homeowner in the Seminary Community, which is directly adjacent to T.C. Williams High School and athletic field.  As a matter of...

Hotel planned for long-vacant 115 S. Union St. approved

By Alexa Epitropoulos | aepitropoulos@alextimes.com  The Alexandria City Council voted 6-0 to approve a modified permit allowing a 64-room boutique hotel with a 115-seat restaurant...

Our View: BID proposal is a good start, but issues remain

Traffic and Parking. Parking and traffic. These two interchangeable issues are the unstated crux of the problem with business prosperity in Old Town. A BID...

Reclaiming Eugene Simpson Stadium Park

By Evan Berkowitz | eberkowitz@alextimes.com A sign above the left field wall of Eugene Simpson Stadium Park’s large baseball diamond reads, “Our youth is our future.” Now,...

FBI releases details of Del Ray shooter’s path, motives

By Alexa Epitropoulos | aepitropoulos@alextimes.com New findings announced by the FBI reveal more about James T. Hodgkinson, who injured Rep. Steve Scalise (R-La.) and four others...

Our View: Let’s mobilize philanthropic Alexandria to fight the opioid crisis

Alexandria is a city with a long philanthropic track record of responding generously, and swiftly, to need. Numerous local nonprofits support at-risk children, shut-in...

Lucretia Jackson leaves behind legacy at Matthew Maury Elementary School

By Alexa Epitropoulos | aepitropoulos@alextimes.com  Lucretia Jackson’s is the first face students at Matthew Maury Elementary School see when they get off the school bus...
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