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New 14-Story Metro Headquarters Approved For Eisenhower East

The 3.3-acre site will be home to hundreds of Metro employees. By James Cullum ALEXANDRIA,VA- Alexandria’s restaurants in the Carlyle area are about to get a...

On Exhibit: Powerful Portraits of African American Living Legends of Alexandria

ALEXANDRIA, VA - This spring and summer the Alexandria Black History Museum has hosted an important exhibit of the African American Living Legends of...

Photos: Lights For Liberty at Alexandria’s Market Square

Alexandria, VA - Cries of "Close the camps!" rang out as Alexandria joined the rising chorus of people around the world calling for an...

Ribbon Cut! Whiskey & Oyster Officially Opens its Doors to Alexandria

By Elijah Walter Griffin, Sr.  Alexandria, VA- After a soft opening in May, Whiskey & Oyster officially opened its doors with a ribbon cutting on...

Photos: The Tall Ship Providence is in Alexandria!

Alexandria, VA - Hundreds of Alexandrians and visitors cheered as the Alexandria Fire Department sprayed a water arch in the air to welcome the...

Scene Around Town: July 2019

Jennie Dennis, Deputy Sheriff Sean Casey, Amanda Casey and child at the polls casting their votes on election day. (Photo by Lucelle O'Flaherty) Assistant Police...

PHOTOS: Zebra Spottings Around the World!

Since our last printing, these are the globe-trotting Zebra spottings that have been submitted: “Stopped in at Green Hill Lodge in Hawkes Bay, New Zealand....

A Tree Grows at Chinquapin: The Virginia Tech Victims Memorial Grove...

By Kelly MacConomy ALEXANDRIA, VA - On a breezy spring April Sunday afternoon at Chinquapin Park at 3210 King Street in Alexandria, the Virginia Tech...

Renovated Old Town Safeway Is Set for Ribbon-Cutting

ALEXANDRIA, VA—Safeway will unveil renovations to its Old Town store at 500 S. Royal Street in Alexandria, VA, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony scheduled for...

Virginia Falls Short on ERA but We Can Turn It Around

By Amy Jackson ALEXANDRIA, VA - Once again, Virginia was poised to be on the right side of history - and fell short. Women have been...
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