Alexandria City Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Gregory Hutchings Ed.D. updated the Alexandria School Board about the district’s reopening plans during a virtual school board meeting on Dec. 17. Continue reading “Updates About January Reopening of In-Person Teaching”
Gov. Ralph Northam (D-VA) announced at a press briefing that Virginia schools will begin reopening and offering in-person instruction in the fall. Northam also announced that Northern Virginia will enter phase two of reopening on Friday. When schools reopen in the fall, the state will follow a phased approach that involves steadily reintroducing in-person instruction alongside continued remote learning and strict social distancing measures. Continue reading “Schools Reopening Plan Announced By Governor”
You must often have heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. These days you need more starting your day off on the right foot is more important than ever. So pick up a bite to eat that accommodates such a morale boost. With online or telephone ordering and curbside pickup, here are two spots to get your day going and fast. Continue reading “2 Best Places For Breakfast In Alexandria”
Business owners throughout Alexandria are adjusting to Virginia Governor Ralph Northam’s executive order announced March 23 that mandates strict guidelines during the state of emergency due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Continue reading “Businesses That Are Open In Alexandria During COVID-19 Emergency”
Frank Fannon stands built a fire earlier in the cold morning on Saturday in the former Coal yard parking lot on S. Henry Street. He has set up a table with hot coffee, donuts, and cupcakes for his 12th annual “Alexandrians Have a Heart” clothing and canned food drive. Frank’s cousin, Michael Fannon, is nearby helping with the event. Continue reading “Alexandrians Donate For Food And Drink Drive”
The George Washington Masonic National Memorial is a magnificent nine-story neoclassical structure that has been built and maintained by the Freemasons of the United States to honor the memory of George Washington and to preserve the history and heritage of American Freemasonry.