Tag: mark warner

Wizards, Capitals to move to Potomac Yard

By Caitlyn Meisner | [email protected] and Ryan Hopper | [email protected] It’s official: A massive entertainment district, anchored by a new arena for the Washington Wizards and...

Goodwin House launches new Alzheimer’s awareness program

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] Goodwin House, a senior living and health care organization, celebrated World Alzheimer’s Month and launched a public service announcement program...

Longtime U.S. Senator John Warner dies at 94

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] John Warner, a former five-term Republican U.S. senator known for his moderate views and ability to find bipartisan support, died...

Your Views: It’s past time to stop gun violence

To the editor: Our nation continues to bear witness to senseless events of gun violence and needless deaths. Atlanta and Indianapolis have joined Las...

Tying the Knot: From pretzels to politics, the journey for Mark...

By Cody Mello-Klein and Denise Dunbar The 32 years since U.S. Sen. Mark Warner and his wife Lisa Collis married have included business success, an...

Alexandrians react to the 2020 election

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] After a tense post-Election Day tally, former Vice President Joe Biden is projected to be the country’s 46th president, and...

Election Day 2020: Mark Warner, Don Beyer re-elected

By Missy Schrott | [email protected] The Associated Press declared Democratic nominee former Vice President Joe Biden the winner of Virginia at 7:31 p.m. on Election...

Alexandrian Daniel Gade wins Republican Senate Primary

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] Daniel Gade, of Alexandria, handily won the Republican Senate Primary election on Tuesday, taking 67 percent of the votes, according...

The history of Halloween on South Lee Street

By Missy Schrott | [email protected] If you ask any Alexandria resident where the best trick-or-treating in the city is, most will have the same answer:...

MY VIEW | What gets measured gets done

While several recent presidents and a series of Congresses have required federal agencies to collect a lot of data and submit all kinds of annual reports, we have never taken the next logical step: making smart, responsible use of the information.