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Alexandria (Alexandria, Virginia)

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  • Exercise classes let moms get back to fitness with babies by their sides

    Exercise classes let moms get back to fitness with babies by their sides
    The other women in class curled dumbbells as they lunged. But Lindsay Macaleer put down her weights and instead gently rocked her double stroller to soothe her 2-year-old and 10-week-old sons. "I just want them to be quiet, so I'm modifying my workout,"...
  • Va. man guilty of attempted sex assault of child

    Va. man guilty of attempted sex assault of child
    A 31-year-old Virginia man was convicted today of trying to sexually assault a young girl at a 2010 wedding reception in Elmhurst that he attended although he knew no one involved, authorities said. The DuPage County state's attorney's office said a jury...
  • Blacks braved bigotry to fight

    Blacks braved bigotry to fight
    The muster rolls tell a unique story of the Civil War — one that contradicts the stereotype of a struggle between white farmers, North and South. Scan the record books and you'll find Union Shawnee and rebel Choctaws, Confederate rabbis and Arab...
  • Revisiting 'Redskins'

     
    From an essay by Patrick Hruby at SportsOnEarth.com: Last week, a group of Native American petitioners and representatives of the Washington Redskins appeared before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board in Alexandria, Virginia, to debate the...
  • High school football scores (updated through Friday night)

     THURSDAY Phoebus 55, Kecoughtan 7 Woodside 27, Warwick 21 FRIDAY (From VirginiaPreps.com): Alleghany 36 Bath County 7 Altavista 47 Cumberland 20 Annandale 32 Stuart 27 Appomattox 50 Randolph-Henry 6 Atlee 56 Patrick Henry (Ashland) 35...
  • Woman loses 85 pounds with Starbucks-only diet

    Woman loses 85 pounds with Starbucks-only diet
    A 66-year-old Virginia woman ate only Starbucks food for two years, and lost 85 pounds in the process. Christine Hall of Alexandria, VA said she bought oatmeal and black coffee everyday for breakfast. For lunch and dinner, she ordered ham and cheese...
  • This week's high school football scores

    THURSDAY Kecoughtan 41, Warwick 30 Gloucester 35, Menchville 0 FRIDAY (from VirginiaPreps.com): Mostly public schools Abingdon 10 Happy Valley (TN) 0 Albemarle 37 Orange 0 Altavista 35 Gretna 14 Amherst County 35 Rockbridge County 21 Appomattox...
  • This weekend's football scores

    (compiled by VirginiaPreps.com) Thursday: Granby 21 Wilson 20 Hampton 42 Denbigh 0 Heritage (Newport News) 30 Woodside 26 Friday: Public: Alleghany 47 James River (Buchanan) 26 Altavista 48 William Campbell 33 Amelia County 35 Randolph-Henry 21...
  • Winners: DC50 at the Montgomery County Fair

    Winners: DC50 at the Montgomery County Fair
    Thanks for entering the Montgomery County Fair Prize Giveaway Contest! *Winners* (You have 24hrs from the date listed to claim your prize by calling 202-298-1650) August 24 Scott Mohnkran, Germantown, MD, Vampire Diaries Season 2 on Blu Ray Jenni...
  • LOCAL UPDATE: Results compiled Wednesday (tennis, golf)

    Tennis JACK BUTLER CLASSIC Results from the weekend clay-court tournament at Hampton Tennis Center. Rated divisions are based on National Tennis Rating Program's 7-point scale: Men's 4.5 singles Quarterfinals: David Loope d. Jimmy Hardee 7-6 (7-3), 7-5;...
  • Longtime CNU coach, administrator C.J. Woollum dies at age 64

    Longtime CNU coach, administrator C.J. Woollum dies at age 64
    C.J. Woollum, who built a mountainous legacy at Christopher Newport and was one of the area's prominent athletic figures, died Wednesday after a battle with cancer. He was 64. Woollum's retirement was cruelly cut short last July when he was diagnosed...
  • School system opens range of bids for pre-site Page work

    Bids for the pre-site work at the new Page Middle School were drastically different when they were opened on Tuesday, with the low and high bidders being about $1.3 million apart. The work entails moving dirt and erosion control and precedes...