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Alexandria City Council To Dedicate “Pat Miller Neighborhood Square” During Art...

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Farmer's Market Lot Named for Neighborhood Community Organizer ALEXANDRIA, VA -- In recognition of her tireless work to improve the Del Ray neighborhood of Alexandria,...

Polk Receives Top National Award for Physical Education and Activity

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James K. Polk Elementary School has received the 2017 Let’s Move Active Schools National Award, the nation’s top physical education and physical activity distinction...

Swim Skills Program Expands to Four Elementary Schools

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 The highly successful swim skills program that launched as a pilot at Polk Elementary School last spring is being expanded to three more elementary schools this...

Alexandria to Host 2018 World Indoor Rowing Championships

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WIRC moves to Alexandria after 36 years in Boston ALEXANDRIA, VA – The Alexandria Crew Boosters are excited to announce that ACB will host the...

Alexandria’s “Kids in Need” To Get Off Hours Assistance

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ACPS Awarded Department of Education Grant to Support High-Need Students Outside of School Alexandria City Public Schools (ACPS) has been awarded a three-year grant from...

Battelle-UCM Scholarships Awarded to Local High School Graduates

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United Community Ministries, Inc. (UCM) and global research and development organization Battelle are pleased to announce the Battelle-UCM Scholarship awardees for 2017. Funded by a...

Letter from a Mayor in Memorium of Patsy Ticer

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Alexandria’s Mayor Allison Silberberg Reacts PATSY TICER By Allison Silberberg In honor of former Virginia State Senator Patricia Keyser Smith "Patsy" Ticer, Governor Terence McAuliffe ordered the...

Living Legends of Alexandria Mourns the Loss of Two Legendary Alexandrians

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This week saw the loss of two individuals previously celebrated as “Living Legends of Alexandria”:   Patsy Ticer, the first woman to serve as Mayor...

Living Legends: Patricia S. Ticer

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By Christa Watters State Senator Patricia S. Ticer (D-30th) came to politics naturally, she said. “I majored in government in college, so I always had...

Virginia Launches New Project: Disability Awareness Training For Law Enforcement...

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The Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS), in partnership with the Virginia Board for People with Disabilities (VBPD), and the Department for Behavioral Health...