Manslaughter verdict for 2017 killing.
Old Town complex to seek removal of parking restrictions.
City considers combining boards.
Friends remember local man murdered in King Street business.
Hutchings takes reins of city public schools.
Libraries and Carlyle House collaborate for educational and fun summer programming.
Herding baby cats into new homes.
For a couple hours, a back room of the Potomac Yard PetSmart on July 1 was turned into heaven. Dozens of kittens looking for prospective homes crawled and meowed and played with human friends and prospective owners.
Third Baptist Church celebrates historical marker unveiling.
On Saturday, June 23, a new generation of congregants came together on the same corner to celebrate the legacy of those forebearers with the installation of an official state historical marker.
At the June 26 City Council meeting, staff announced the city is hoping to gain $60 million in funds for the West End Transitway Corridor, and another $10 million for transit improvements around Landmark Mall.
Homeless assistance center faces unwelcome reception.
The social services with ties to a religious community in Falls Church was opening a center in Del Ray aimed at providing basic necessities for homeless Alexandrians. But the new center came into conflict with its Del Ray neighbors over a variety of issues, some of which were practical concerns shared by members of the City Council.
Jefferson Davis loses Alexandria again.
At the City Council meeting on June 23, the long discussed renaming of Route 1 in Alexandria was finally passed. Today, the street is called Jefferson Davis Highway where it isn’t split up into Patrick and Henry streets through Old Town.
City backtracks on confidentiality claims.
School Board approves final budget.
City Council debate factionalizes Democratic primary.
School Board considers reducing numbers and staggering elections.
Jefferson-Houston on track for accreditation.
After-school program at Hammond Middle School celebrates graduates.
Democrats face off for June 12 primary; Republicans and Independent look to November.
Council candidates head to Arlandria to tackle immigration and affordable housing.
Old House Cosmopolitan opens on Route 1.
Mayoral candidates weather storm.
Affordable Housing advocates celebrate meals tax increase while restaurateurs lament.
Citizens express outrage over Potomac Yard Metro changes.
Silberberg and Wilson square off in first mayoral debate.
Wreath laying for fallen Alexandria officers.
And three non-incumbent City Council candidates.
Meals tax debate divides council.
Helping those who may be at risk of exposure.
Commission approves hotel redevelopment into townhouses.
Former Alexandria police deputy chief lands at airport.
Three new ships uncovered under Robinson Terminal South.
City’s sewer control plan nears approval.
Council honors retiring Living Legend John Porter.
Police and Fire Departments pursue grants to fill city needs.
Commission approves developer contributions for Arts and Cultural District.
Cramped housing development approved.
Lawhorne addresses criticisms for cooperating with Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
New Tex-Mex fast food chain in the heart of Old Town.
Former Mayor honored by friends and family.
Council receives update on 2018 legislative session.