Posts Tagged ‘alexandria’

Cheap Seats Daily: Stephette Hogette, the Bogus Hogette, Now Fears Real Hogettes!

I heard again last night from Stephette Hogette. He's the guy who stands accused of being a bogus Hogette.
He sent along a photograph, shown above, which he says was taken years ago at a Redskins game and, he says, proves that Stephette Hogette used to be accepted by the same folks who are now calling [...]

Our Morning Roundup: Hung Up Edition

Good Morning, City Desk readers!  While City Paper is busy commemorating Sexist Day here at the office, all sorts of newsy events are happening all over the city, so here it is.

Alexandria Police Chief David P. Baker announced his retirement yesterday afternoon, ending a 40-year career in law enforcement.  This comes in the aftermath of [...]

Petty Criminal Of The Year

The Washington Post published today a great little story about a parking meter repairman who may be the petty criminal of the year. William J. Fell, 61, a Stafford County resident, is accused of stealing $170,000 in coins from busted Alexandria meters.
"He'd take a little bit each time," Alexandria police spokesman Jody Donaldson told the [...]

Rich Williamson: Virtual Candidate?

UPDATED 4/13 (see below) They've popped up all over Alexandria–signs advertising the city council campaign of Rich Williamson. Williamson goes by his first name on his signs, but that's not as unusual as his choice to post a cartoon version of his face on them.