On Tuesday, ahead of the Nov. 6 election. Two of the events will include a one-on-one mayoral debate between incumbent Democrat and independent challenger .
We’ll keep you covered on the local races as the general election approaches, but don’t forget the . Absentee voting for that three-way race between Democrat Rob Krupicka, Republican Tim McGhee and Libertarian Justin Malkin is .
On Wednesday, we ran . Elected officials from Alexandria and the Route 1 corridor told Patch they believe the creation of a casino would not have a great effect on the Virginia side of the Potomac River.
Later in the day, along Mt. Vernon Avenue in Del Ray.
On Thursday, we had for Alexandria City Public Schools. Students did not perform strongly but showed some consistency and a few areas of progress. and William Ramsay performed well and were cited by Superintendent Morton Sherman as “examples of schools making a huge difference under challenging circumstances.”
At in Del Ray, students celebrated the completion of a summer reading program on Thursday. Students who turned in completed summer reading logs were . The next day, Balas and administrators had to deal with .
On Friday, ever the busy news day in Alexandria, at about the dangers of leaving children unattended in vehicles. Later in the day, the challenging the legality and substance of the city’s waterfront small area plan and its affiliated language that would allow zoning changes along the riverside.
Finally, on Friday night, just north of Braddock Road Metro station. The incident caused major delays.