Just as the school resource officer debate started to cool down, things have started heating up between the City Council local first responder unions and city leadership over pay issues.
At the same time, city officials are entering the final stretch before election day on Tuesday, Nov. 2., which among other statewide elections will see candidates competing for the City Council, mayoral and School Board seats in Alexandria.
On the bright side, the local woman who was looking for help to pay for surgery earlier this week met her GoFundMe goal.
- Bonchon Chicken coming to Bradlee Shopping Center in December
- City to host historical discussion about Confederate statue removal
- Yates Pizza Palace plans go cold, but could reheat as food-prep space
- Poll: Are you planning on getting a COVID-19 vaccine booster shot?
- First responder unions say underfunding is a crisis in Alexandria, but city officials say it’s a false alarm
- Alexandria community champion and pastor Matthew Ian Gillette dies unexpectedly
- Alexandria surpasses 14,000 cases of COVID-19, numbers of unvaccinated sick kids ‘unexpectedly’ high
- Local woman seeks help to pay for tumor removal surgery
- Two Metro Yellow Line shutdowns scheduled for 2022
- Alexandria Police say quarrels over music may account for some school violence
The big story in Alexandria this week was the murder of Luis Mejia Hernandez on Tuesday. Hernandez was stabbed and killed in a brawl outside of the Mcdonald’s in the…
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A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for Alexandria and the city is starting to see heavy rainfall. The city is also under an areal flood watch. “The National Weather…