Real Estate and Rental Information About Midtown Alexandria & Huntington

Sportsman’s Club Awards $40,000 To High School Seniors In Alexandria

The Alexandria Sportsman’s Club has named its 2021 High School Athletes of the year, awarding $40,000 to 16 area high school student-athletes. “We had 81 scholarship applications this year,” said ASC president Eva Shea. “Each scholarship was for $2,500 and a committee evaluated the student-athletes on their sports achievements, academic achievements, community service, and essay.” Continue reading "Sportsman’s Club Awards $40,000 To High School Seniors In Alexandria"

Pets And People Community Wellness Event Held By AWLA

On Saturday, May 15, the Animal Welfare League of Alexandria (AWLA) hosted its first, physically distant Pets & People Community Wellness Event at the Ruby Tucker Family Center. Following the One Health approach of community care, this event was created to assist not only animals but also people across the City of Alexandria. The event, which ran from 10 a.m. to noon, provided goods and services to dozens of area families. Continue reading "Pets And People Community Wellness Event Held By AWLA"

Free DASH Bus Service For All Proposed By Alexandria Mayor

Alexandria’s DASH buses might be free soon if Mayor Justin M. Wilson’s proposal to rethink the popular transit service comes to fruition. Wilson outlined a long-term vision to restructure the Virginia city’s buses in his April newsletter, including an upcoming overhaul of the DASH system’s route structure to provide more frequent transit for low-income, minority, and senior residents. Continue reading "Free DASH Bus Service For All Proposed By Alexandria Mayor"

The Heritage Project Approved by The Alexandria Council

The controversial Heritage at Old Town development project will move forward following unanimous approval by the Alexandria City Council at its Feb. 20 public hearing. Despite reservations expressed by some Council members, the addition of new affordable housing units was the determining factor in the decision to give the green light to New York-based Asland Capital Partners to develop several blocks in the Southwest quadrant of Old Town. Continue reading "The Heritage Project Approved by The Alexandria Council"

Fall Senior Academy Will Be Held Virtually

Fall Senior Academy will be hosted by Senior Services of Alexandria via zoom in October. This four-week class for Alexandria residents 65 and older provides an overview of how the city operates, city services, as well as community resources including recreation and education opportunities. Participants will also hear about various nonprofit organizations geared to seniors. Continue reading "Fall Senior Academy Will Be Held Virtually"

Virtual Literacy Program Launched By Alexandria Tutoring Consortium

The Alexandria Tutoring Consortium is starting this school year fully online. They are seeking donations to launch their virtual literacy tutoring program. On Aug. 3, the group kickstarted its $20,000 fundraising campaign to purchase books for the program with a $1,000 donation from Alexandria’s Burke & Herbert Bank. Continue reading "Virtual Literacy Program Launched By Alexandria Tutoring Consortium"

Savor Seafood At Chart House Restaurant

Chart House is a high-end chain eatery serving seafood and steakhouse fare in a classy setting with a view. It is located at 1 Cameron St, Alexandria, VA. Located in historic Old Town Alexandria behind the Torpedo Factory, Chart House is the area’s only waterfront dining location. It boasts panoramic views of the Potomac River, Woodrow Wilson Bridge & the U.S. Capitol Building. Continue reading "Savor Seafood At Chart House Restaurant"

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