In January, 2016, 97 Alexandria homes sold between $2,785,000-$135,000.
Alexandria Home Sales: January, 2016
The Virginia Public Access Project compiled the finance reports from the last City Council and mayoral races, giving the public a view of how much running for an office in the city can cost.
In 2015, 1298 Alexandria homes sold between $4,020,000-$91,500.
Alexandria 2015 Home Sales
In December, 2015, 214 Alexandria homes sold between $1,762,500-$110,000.
Alexandria Home Sales: December, 2015
In November, 2015, 156 Alexandria homes sold between $3,450,000-$91,500.
Alexandria Home Sales: November, 2015
In October, 2015, 171 Alexandria homes sold between $2,100,000-$95,000.
Alexandria Home Sales: October, 2015
Charles Severance found guilty on all counts.
The jury had been dismissed over the weekend, but it barely took an hour of discussion on Nov. 2 to come back with a verdict in the case of Charles Severance, accused of three murders in Alexandria: guilty on all 10 counts.
A “new day” for Silberberg marks end of era for Mayor Euille.
In the mayoral race, Vice Mayor and Democratic candidate Allison Silberberg unseated incumbent Mayor William “Bill” Euille, who after his loss in the Democratic primary, waged a write-in campaign.
McAuliffe announces Virginia SOL results at formerly not-fully-accredited Patrick Henry Elementary.
In the first few minutes of his visit to Patrick Henry Elementary School, Gov. Terry McAuliffe took student Natasha Maldonado’s hand, looked her in the eyes, and begged her to keep doing well on her Standards of Learning (SOL) tests. “Keep passing those tests, all right?” he asked, “We need you.”
One day after Benghazi hearings, Hillary Clinton hosts rally in Alexandria.
It’s 1:25, five minutes before Hillary Clinton is set to take the stage, and the crowd is getting anxious.
In September, 2015, 221 Alexandria homes sold between $3,200,000-$124,742.
Alexandria Home Sales: September, 2015
In August, 2015, 235 Alexandria homes sold between $3,875,000-$109,900.
Alexandria Home Sales: August, 2015
The long table at the front of the Departmental Progressive Club in Old Town was packed with candidates...
Council approves demolition of 226 The Strand, overturns decision to preserve Ramsey Homes.
Despite two different and controversial discussions in City Council: Ramsey Homes and 226 The Strand are coming down.
Jones Makes Biscuits with Own Personalities
Two women stood with noses pressed to the window at Stomping Ground on Mt. Vernon Avenue in Del Ray. "Oh, no," one of them said. "I didn't know it was closed on Monday. I've eaten here three times since they opened in May. I love their salads; they are so fresh." Disappointed, they head down the street looking for a second choice.