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Police investigate links among 3 unsolved killings
Alexandria police announced Thursday that the bullets that killed Ruthanne Lodato in February are similar to bullets that killed two other prominent Alexandrians, one of them 10 years ago.
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Sat Mar 08, 2014
Campaigns Kick Off in 8th Congressional District Race
Several of the 11 Democrats running in the 8th congressional District race will be kicking off their campaigns in coming days.
Credit Unions Offer Up Unique Home Loan Products
Credit unions are offering borrowers some creative home loan products compared to the more standard options at big banks, The New York Times reports.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Jay's Giants Blog
Waterfront Plan Community Meeting Number 4, Alternative C
Slowly but surely, the remake of the waterfront in Alexandria is moving forward.
Judge: Navy deal for rifle silencers may be legit
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San Jose Mercury News
Travel deals: Cherry blossoms in D.C.; kids cruise for free
A Washington, D.C., area hotel deal invites travelers to enjoy the annual show of cherry blossoms.
South China Morning Post
Top US Army sex case prosecutor suspended ... for sexual harassment
Top prosecutor who allegedly assaulted and tried to kiss lawyer at sex abuse conference is suspended in latest embarrassment for US military The US Army's top prosecutor overseeing sex assault cases has been suspended over allegations he groped a woman lawyer who was working for him.
Military sexual assault serendipity
Sources told Stars and Stripes that the Army lawyer alleged that Morse attempted to kiss and grope her against her will.
Police: Slaying may be linked to other Va. deaths
This image provided by the Alexandria, Va. Police Department shows a composite image of a suspect who shot two women, killing one, on Feb. 6, 2014.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Alexandria School Board Selects Interim Leader to Head Division
Turns out, the national search for a new superintended wasn't able to find a candidate as good as the guy who is already sitting in the chair.
Races for open seats in Va. shaping up differently
Two U.S. House seats in the northern Virginia suburbs are open for the first time in decades, but the races to succeed Republican Frank Wolf and Democrat Jim Moran are shaping up very differently.
Miriam Amal talks about 'domestic' Fouzia Haddag
The daughter of the Alexandria couple charged with human trafficking takes us inside the home currently at the center of an FBI investigation.
NYU professor blasts 'hoaxes' swamping US education
Education Secretary Arne Duncam speaks to students at T.C. Williams High School in Alexandria, Va., Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2014, during a workshop to help students fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
Stars and Stripes
Army's top sex assault prosecutor suspended after assault allegation
Military prosecutor U.S. Army Lt. Col. Jay Morse waits to speak to a class at the SMU Dedman School of Law in Dallas, Thursday, Nov. 7, 2013.
Alexandria Waterfront Community Meeting Set for Thursday Night
Alexandria will hold its fourth Waterfront Community meeting from 6:30-9 p.m. today at United Way Worldwide Mary Gates Center, 701 N. Fairfax St. in Alexandria.
The Washington Post
Alexandria and Arlington crime report
These were among incidents reported by the Alexandria Police Department. For information, call 703-838-4636 or visit www.alexandriava.gov/police .
Police to Hold News Conference on Lodato Homicide Investigation
City of Alexandria Police plan to hold a news conference Thursday afternoon about their investigation into the homicide of Ruthanne Lodato .
Wed Mar 05, 2014
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Couple Arrested on Immigration Charges for Harboring Domestic Servant in Their Home
The Department of Justice announced today that a federal criminal complaint has been filed in the Eastern District of Virginia charging defendants Abdelkader and Hnia Amal with immigration offenses in connection with allegations that they held a woman in their home as a domestic servant for three years.
New executive director announced at WateReuse
ALEXANDRIA, VA, March. 5, 2014 -- The WateReuse Association and the WateReuse Research Foundation Boards of Directors announced that Melissa L. Meeker has been named Executive Director effective Tuesday, March 25. She will replace G. Wade Miller, who announced his resignation from the company in August 2013.