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Forty-seven years at a job he really likes to do While Mike Anderson was growing up in Detroit in the ‘50s and ‘60s, his father, uncle, grandfathers, and just about everybody worked for automobile manufacturers. Mike worked for Ford Motor Company during summers and assumed that he would go back...
https://youtu.be/Ra9BeczdFD8Over 600 concerned citizens and campaign volunteers piled into the auditorium at Mount Vernon Community School to watch a live debate between incumbent Mayor Allison Silberberg and her challenger in the upcoming June 12 Democratic primary, Vice Mayor Justin Wilson.NBC4's Julie Carey brilliantly moderated the back-and-forth exchange and kept...
Jeffrey Lee Yates, prominent businessman in Alexandria, VA, passed away peacefully on February 22, 2018 in his Alexandria home, surrounded by family, after a courageous battle with cancer.Jeff was born on November 2, 1954 at Maxwell Airforce Base in Montogomery, AL to parents, Naval Officer John Godfrey and Lena...
NBC4’s Northern Virginia bureau chief Julie Carey will emcee the Meet the Legends Reception on Thursday, March 15 at 6:00 pm.Sponsored by Living Legends of Alexandria, the event introduces the 2018 Living Legend honorees and will be held at the Center for Design, Media and the Arts on the...
Help Raise Funds for Del Ray Gateway and Park Honoring Nancy DunningALEXANDRIA, VA—The Del Ray neighborhood in Alexandria, Virginia cries out for its own defining entry, and the community leaders have put their heads together, canvassed the neighbors, and made a proposal to City Council to create what will...
By Deborah SandersTo be in business for over 60 years in the same location, you must be doing something right. To hear Norman “Brad” Bradford tell the story, he makes it sound easy but, if you think about it, jewelry is not required for sustenance (well maybe for some!)....
ALEXANDRIA, VA - Eduardo Barahona has been on the list for a kidney at Fairfax Hospital for more than a year.  The wait list, however, is five to 10 years long, and Barahona may not have that much time. The 38-year old has been an employee of local home...
ALEXANDRIA, VA - Free event highlights ebooks and audiobooks from the public library -- anywhere, anytime What: Unique traveling exhibit traveling from coast to coast. Presents an interactive reading experience to learn about and try ebooks and audiobooks available through Alexandria libraries.Community members can explore the digital services available...
By Kelly MacConomy ALEXANDRIA, VA - A new body of work from Arlington artist Barbara Januszkiewicz is on exhibit at the Athenaeum on Prince Street in Old Town. The show, sponsored by the Northern Virginia Fine Arts Association and the Alexandria Commission for the Arts, is a hallmark exhibit for...
Alexandria, VA – Councilman Canek Aguirre released the following statement after being named to El Tiempo Latino’s Powermeter 100 list for 2019:“I am honored to be named to El Tiempo Latino’s Powermeter 100 list alongside so many amazing friends and leaders I admire and respect,” said Councilman Aguirre. “The contributions...
ALEXANDRIA, VA – Alexandria City Public Schools, in a press release, announced today that Dominic B. Turner is now the permanent chief financial officer. This promotion comes after Turner served nine months as the acting CFO. “We are delighted to have Mr. Turner add his wealth of knowledge and experience...
ALEXANDRIA, VA – On May 28, Mayor Justin M. Wilson will proclaim that the City will recognize the June 6, 1944 invasion of Normandy, France by Allied troops. The invasion of the Nazi-occupied region effectively ended World War II. Popularly known as D-Day, it is the largest invasion by...
Alexandria, VA - Bill Yoast the assistant T.C. Williams High School football coach who helped lead an integrated team to win the 1971 state championship, has passed away at the age of 94. The announcement of Yoast’s death was made by Alexandria City Public Schools."He was like my right...
Alexandria, VA - Soon it might be strange to do anything but visit the Alexandria waterfront on weekends! The two-story, 6,400-square foot warehouse property at 10 Duke Street is about to undergo a major transformation. Developer Murray Bonitt just announced its purchase of the property and intention to rebrand...
ALEXANDRIA, VA – Memorial Day weekend is fast approaching. But before you plan how you will spend three days off, pause a moment and think about the real meaning of Memorial Day. It honors those who gave their lives in service to our country. The fallen made the ultimate...
ALEXANDRIA, VA - Burke & Herbert, the oldest bank in the Commonwealth of Virginia, announced today that David P. Boyle, will join the financial institution as President and Chief Operating Officer. Boyle’s tenure will begin on June 3, 2019. The Bank’s current president, W. Scott McSween, will become Chief...
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