On Monday night, the board of directors of the Alexandria Redevelopment Housing Authority named Roy Priest as the agency’s new executive director. Priest has been the Authority’s interim executive director since July, 2007, replacing William Dearman, who resigned.
James Stark, age 47, of Frederick, Maryland, was sentenced today to 60 months in prison for receiving child pornography over the internet. Stark also faces a ten year term of supervised release upon completing his term of incarceration.
Based on increased numbers of new voter registrations and record participation in the presidential primaries, election officials expect a record turnout on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 4. Alexandria election officials and City departments will be prepared. However, lines of voters will still be long, especially during morning and evening rush hours.
30 Transit Agencies Across Nation Face Similar Emergency
All seven members of the Washington-area delegation sent a letter today urging Treasury Secretary Paulson and Federal Reserve Chairman Bernanke to take immediate action to prevent the current credit crisis from bringing Metro to an immediate halt. Metro has until Wednesday to find a solution to a credit crisis facing nearly every transit agency in the country.
When the T. C. Williams volleyball team finished a dismal 2-5 in Patriot District competition, very few people gave them a shot at beating Annandale in the first round of the Patriot District tournament. But with some help from Annandale, and Titan tenacity, T. C. beat The Atoms three games to one on Monday night at Annandale.
The City of Alexandria has 77 boards and commissions on which more than 800 people volunteer their time. What are they doing, and can it be done more efficiently?
The T. C. Williams volleyball team paid tribute to seven seniors and completed the celebration with a victory over the Lake Braddock Bruins, three games to two. The Titans finished the season 6-11, 2-5 in Patriot District competition.
A Ten Year Landmark In The Making: A Welcome Addition For The Washington, DC Skyscape And For Weary Travelers[From: Top Stories]
The last touches of paint are going on the Woodrow Wilson Bridge in the next few weeks, marking the end of a two decade-long construction story about one of the newest iconic additions to the Washington, DC skyline.
City Of Alexandria Receives Award From Virginia Municipal League: Places Third In “Green Government Challenge”[From: Other News]
The City of Alexandria received third place in the Virginia Municipal League (VML) Green Government Challenge for Cities and Counties throughout Virginia. The Green Government Challenge, sponsored in conjunction with Moseley Architects, recognizes communities taking innovative steps to reduce energy usage and promote environmental sustainability.