Tag: Alexandria

Your Views: Bring back the signs

To the editor: Every year as elections approach I am impressed when I am in Arlington. The streetscape is abloom with the flowers of democracy:...

ANALYSIS: COVID-19 cases more than doubled in past week

By Denise Dunbar Cases of COVID-19 in Alexandria more than doubled in the seven days ending on Tuesday, apparently fueled by the highly contagious Omicron...

Man wanted for allegedly assaulting police officer

The Alexandria Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in locating a man who is wanted for multiple suspected criminal offenses in Alexandria...

APD investigates Reynolds shooting

An adult female was found with a non-life-threatening gunshot wound around 11 p.m. on Monday night. The Alexandria Police Department is still investigating this call...

COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations decline

By Will Schick | [email protected] The number of COVID-19 cases in Alexandria has declined sharply since cresting on Jan. 12, while the positivity rate and...

Our View: The optics of ethics

In Alexandria there’s a growing perception that our local government prioritizes the interests of developers above all else. Loss of green space and degradation...

Charles Hooff III, dies at 80

Charles Hooff, the owner and principal broker for Charles R. Hooff Realtors, died on Feb. 2 due to complications from COVID-19. He was 80. As...

Alexandria’s pandemic-era food culture

By Will Schick | [email protected] COVID-19 has changed just about everything, including Alexandria food culture. In just under a year, it has transformed the way...

T.C.’s precocious storyteller

By Will Schick | [email protected] Local journalist Bridgette Adu-Wadier makes covering the news look easy. In three years, Adu-Wadier has managed to publish a range of...

Vaccine demand outpaces supply

By Will Schick | [email protected] Like their counterparts across Virginia, Alexandria’s healthcare workers are eager to administer the COVID-19 vaccine. Demand for the vaccine is...