A driver hit a pedestrian causing her life-threatening injuries on the evening of Nov. 17. At approximately 6:20 p.m., Alexandria Police responded to the report of a pedestrian being struck by a ...
THE HISTORY of racist zoning in Virginia begins in April 1911, when Richmond adopted an ordinance dividing the city into ...
The amendment allows for flexibility while protecting the night skies. Any number or brightness of full cut-off lights is ...
Santa magically lights the holiday tree at Fountain Square later in the evening on Friday, Nov. 24, following participating ...
The parade will be led by Grand Marshals U.S. Rep. Don Beyer and his wife Megan Beyer, who serves as Director of the Office ...
The Westfield Bulldogs (9-3) traveled to Vienna for a Regional Final game with the Madison Warhawks (11-1) on Nov. 25. The ...
Two of those indie bookstores are local and offer brick-and-mortar locations: A Thousand Stories in Herndon, which opened on ...
Members and friends of the historic Gum Springs community gathered at George Washington’s Mount Vernon Estate on Saturday, ...
Filled with the joy and wonder of the holiday season, Encore Theatrical Arts Project presents “Santa’s Special Delivery.” ...
Roy Byrd of the Coalition for a Livable Alexandria addresses the crowd during a protest against changes in zoning Nov. 25 in ...
Over the last few years as the silt piled up in Lake Accotink, heated discussions on what to do with the lake amounted in a ...
The Board authorized the police department to apply for competitive grant funds under the Virginia Department of Criminal ...