Tag: Virginia

Updated: Alexandria prepares for impacts of Hurricane Florence

By Alexa Epitropoulos| aepitropoulos@alextimes.com Hurricane Florence update: National Weather Service's forecast at 11 a.m. on Wednesday showed Hurricane Florence making landfall on the South Carolina and...

Our View: SOL results – The good, the bad and the...

Data is all in the eye of the beholder. To wit, a case can be made that the just-released Standards of Learning test results were...

Alexandria man sentenced in Howard University murder threats

An Alexandria man was sentenced Friday to 33 months in prison after being convicted of threatening to murder African Americans at Howard University in...

Small Business Spotlight: Threadleaf owner moves from White House to retail

By Alexa Epitropoulos | aepitropoulos@alextimes.com Nicole McGrew didn’t envision opening a boutique of her own when she left her job at the White House in January...

Alexandria Little League hosting state tournament this week

Alexandria Little League is hosting the Junior League State Tournament, starting Friday at Eugene Simpson Stadium Park. Opening ceremonies will take place at the field...

Justice Matters with Bryan Porter: Legal misconceptions from TV

By Bryan Porter There is a plethora of television shows that purport to show how crimes are investigated and tried. One huge problem exists with...

Our View: It’s time to change the law

The monthly column by Alexandria Commonwealth’s Attorney Bryan Porter has been a terrific addition to the Times’ opinion pages. Porter has helped us understand...

One fatality after multiple cars catch fire on Woodrow Wilson Bridge

Multiple cars, including a tractor-trailer, caught fire on the Woodrow Wilson Bridge Wednesday morning.  Alexandria Fire Department units assisted Prince George's County public safety officials...

‘Wonder Woman 1984’ to film in Alexandria

After months of rumors, the Wonder Woman sequel is officially set to film in Alexandria. Gov. Ralph Northam announced Wednesday that Wonder Woman 1984, slated...

Six Alexandria residents convicted as a result of Operation Tin Panda

Six Alexandria residents were convicted as a result of Operation Tin Panda, the U.S. Attorney of the Eastern District of Virginia announced Friday in...
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