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Our View: Can we ‘put up a parking lot?’

Our city government has declared war on cars. That’s the only conclusion that can be drawn from the totality of its actions in recent years...

City task force mulls business parking exemptions

By Denise Dunbar | ddunbar@alextimes.com City staff on Tuesday night advocated exempting new businesses occupying less than 10,000 square feet from providing any parking spaces....

Our View: Flags and food underpin community

The best and worst of Alexandria were simultaneously on display this past week. Falling in the best category is the reopening of Al’s Steakhouse. A community...

Al’s Steak House re-reopens in Del Ray

By Alexa Epitropoulos | aepitropoulos@alextimes.com The line was almost out the door hours after the lunch rush at Al’s Steak House Tuesday afternoon – and at...

MOM’s Organic Market to reopen in Alexandria this weekend

Regional grocery chain MOM’s Organic Market will reopen its Alexandria location at 3831 Mt. Vernon Ave. this weekend after months of renovation. The store will have...

Reclaiming Eugene Simpson Stadium Park

By Evan Berkowitz | eberkowitz@alextimes.com A sign above the left field wall of Eugene Simpson Stadium Park’s large baseball diamond reads, “Our youth is our future.” Now,...

Our View: A call for unity in the aftermath of tragedy

Though located in the Del Ray neighborhood, Eugene Simpson Stadium Park is home to every child who has played baseball in Alexandria. This was...

A shooter in our midst: How James T. Hodgkinson spent his...

By Alexa Epitropoulos and Evan Berkowitz As city residents continue processing the June 14 shooting at Eugene Simpson Stadium Park, Alexandria Times reporters walked through...

Del Ray streets, YMCA reopen after three days of being closed

The Alexandria Police Department has opened all streets in Del Ray that were closed in the aftermath of Wednesday's shooting at Eugene Simpson Field. Though...

As FBI investigates, site of Alexandria shooting remains blocked off

As the FBI continue to investigate the scene of the Wednesday morning shooting that injured five people, including Rep. Steve Scalise, the house majority...
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