Candidates for governor present inkblots on everything from the economy to Confederate statues.
The campaign for governor is a bit like a Rorschach test as the candidates close in on the final stretch toward Election Day. Democrat Ralph Northam and Republican Ed Gillespie are presenting a series of inkblots to voters about everything from the health of the economy to the value of Confederate statues.
Kanninen calls presentation the most effective advocacy campaign she’s seen.
Minor changes deliver big impact in time for holiday gatherings.
The magic of those Fair summer days and nights will be shared virtually on Facebook Live, August 14-16, during Arlington County Fair AT HOME.
Senior scores two goals in state final win over First Colonial.
The Washington-Lee boys' soccer team won its first state championship on Saturday.
Alexandria Gazette Packet: August 16, 2017
Local legislators part of newly formed Asian American and Pacific Islanders Caucus
Last week, local delegates Mark L. Keam (D-35) and Kathy KL Tran (D-42) joined other Virginia General Assembly members with Asian American heritage to speak out against violence against Asian American and Pacific Islander communities.
State resolution cites organization’s 20 years of service.
Protesters at NRA headquarters decry killings, demand lawmakers pass laws to stem gun violence.
St. Ann School celebrates fifth fall festival.
Letter to the Editor
Thank you for your timely opinion piece reminding readers of community needs and listing alternatives to buying material gifts.
Teaching health-care providers to ask about patients’ military backgrounds.
Chamberlain College of Nursing in Arlington co-sponsored a veteran’s health awareness campaign last month, shedding light on health issues that more prominently affect veterans than the average civilian.