Tag: t.c. lights

Plaintiffs file injunction in T.C. lights case

By Missy Schrott | mschrott@alextimes.com The plaintiffs in the T.C. lights case filed a request for an injunction against Alexandria City Public Schools on May...

Judge sends T.C. lights case to trial

By Missy Schrott | mschrott@alextimes.com Loudoun Circuit Court Judge Thomas D. Horne ruled on April 17 to send the long-debated controversy over lights at the...

Our View: In pursuit of fairness

Issues of race and fairness are among the most difficult to reconcile, not just in Alexandria but in our country as a whole. Successful,...

Allison Silberberg reflects on term as mayor

By Missy Schrott | mschrott@alextimes.com As she looks back on her time as mayor, Allison Silberberg’s reflections are built from stories of the events she’s...

Letter to the Editor: Manifest function and latent dysfunction

To the editor: I believe with every decision and action we should think of what we are doing and how it might affect others. In...

Letter to the Editor: Stadium decision reflects selfishness

To the editor: Our neighbors had valid fear that their heritage, their way of life and their property rights would be impacted by a city...

Letter to the Editor: City unilaterally broke a promise

To the editor: On Oct. 13, city council voted 6-1 to approve lights and other upgrades to Parker-Gray Stadium at T.C. Williams High School. As...

Our View: Vote on T.C. lights a moral and strategic failure

Getting something from a negotiation is probably better than getting nothing, but at times there’s not a huge difference. That’s our take on city...

Letter to the Editor: Whither civic justice in Alexandria?

To the editor: What an exceptional tour de force of meaningful, in-depth reporting the Alexandria Times, Denise Dunbar and Missy Schrott have given us this...

Letter to the Editor: Leave humor to the humorists

To the editor: Times Publisher and Executive Editor Denise Dunbar’s “My View” column, “An imaginary conversation about T.C. lights,” is an irresponsible dumbing down of...