Gov. Ralph Northam and First Lady Test Positive For COVID-19 — “Gov. Ralph Northam and his wife, Pamela, have both tested positive for COVID-19, according to a Sept. 25 news release from the governor’s office.” [Alex Times]
Beyer Says Trump is Taking Dramatic Steps Toward Abolishing Obamacare — “No Supreme Court nominee has ever been confirmed so close to the election. Why are Senate Republicans in such a hurry to break their 2016 promises? They want the Court to side with Trump, strike down the Affordable Care Act, and wreck your healthcare. The case hits in November.” [Twitter]
Mayor Says Drive-Thru Flu Vaccine Was Successful — “Thanks to our Health Dept, @AlexandriaVAPD @AlexandriaVAFD @AlexVASheriff & our Medical Reserve Corps volunteers for administering 840 flu vaccines today in an extremely well-organized operation. [Twitter]
Local Entrepreneurs Bring Back King Street Flower Displays — “The petunias, lantana, dragon wing begonias and blue scaevola adorning King Streets lamps are all thanks to the efforts of T.C. Williams grads and local entrepreneurs Teddy Kim and Andy Reid, with backing from Alexandria Lighting and Avanti Holdings.” [Alexandria Living]
City Installs Panels Recognizing Landmark Supreme Court Case — “The law office of Bernard Cohen and Philip Hirschkop was here at 110 N. Royal Street on June 12, 1967, the day they were notified that their Supreme Court case Loving v. Virginia had been decided unanimously in their favor. The plaintiffs, Mildred and Richard Loving, had sued the Commonwealth of Virginia for its ban on interracial marriage. The day after the decision was announced, the Lovings held a press conference in the office of their attorneys in Suite 300. The ruling by the Supreme Court not only voided Virginia’s anti-miscegenation law but legalized interracial marriage throughout the country.” [Zebra]
Today’s Weather — “Partly cloudy (during the day). A few clouds from time to time (at night). Slight chance of a rain shower. Low 69F. Winds S at 5 to 10 mph.High 82F. Winds S at 10 to 15 mph.” [Weather.com]
New Job: Assistant City Manager for Public Private Partnerships — “The City wishes to rely less on its AAA/Aaa rated general obligation bond issuing capacity and to expand its efforts in the P3 area in a cost effective and responsible manner and requires a professional with substantial experience in P3 program design and delivery, particularly as it implements its $2.1 billion 10-year capital improvement program. Over the last decade these functions have been largely carried out by the City Manager in his current capacity, and in his prior position as a Deputy City Manager.” [Indeed]
Braddock West Development Underway — “Wythe Street closure is part of sewer work ahead of construction.” [Alexandria Living Magazine] It’s Thursday — Clear throughout the day. High of 45 and low…
(Updated 4:25 p.m.) When trash pick-up comes around, it might be a little quieter than usual. Alexandria’s Department of Transportation and Environmental Services (T&ES) said the city is testing out…
Alexandria City Public Schools is in the initial stages of organizing a collective bargaining effort for thousands of its employees. The school system has more than 2,400 employees and pays…
More than 450 families in Alexandria have signed up for this year’s Holiday Sharing Program with the Fund for Alexandria’s Child. The annual program provides gift cards to low-income families,…
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The Symphony Orchestra of Northern Virginia (SONOVA) presents “Brassy Jazzy Christmas,” a strong lineup of Christmas and holiday favorites. Inspired by Stan Keton’s album “A Merry Christmas!,” SONOVA has created a jazz band–substituting french
Join in Alexandria’s favorite Thanksgiving tradition- the 47th Turkey Trot 5 Mile Race. Alexandria’s favorite Thanksgiving morning tradition, the Alexandria Turkey Trot, returns to the streets of Del Ray on Thursday, November 24 at 9 a.m. In the spirit of