Tag: D.C.

Your Views: Scooters are a recipe for disaster

To the editor: It seems that the Capitol Hill Police have sent warning letters to the eight dockless commercial scooter companies operating in the District...

Asana becomes a lead partner in King Street Corridor Initiative

Asana Partners, which has entered into the King Street real estate market in a major way over the past two years, has become a...

City to host demo of dockless mobility devices

The city is hosting an open house regarding dockless mobility devices, such as e-bikes and scooters, this weekend. The city will host the event on...

Blessed Sacrament named a Blue Ribbon school

Blessed Sacrament School has been named a 2018 National Blue Ribbon School by the Department of Education for the second time, the department and the...

On the rebound: T.C. boys’ basketball hits reset button

By Alexa Epitropoulos | [email protected] Correction: The original version of this article incorrectly described the departure of Brett Sullivan as T.C. Williams boys basketball coach as...

Visit Alexandria announces waterfront festival, arrival of tall ship

As part of the city's ongoing King Street Corridor Initiative program, Visit Alexandria is launching a waterfront festival and other programming throughout the fall...

Compass shakes up Alexandria’s real estate market

By Alexa Epitropoulos | [email protected] Compass has made waves since launching in the Alexandria market in June with top-selling real estate team The Goodhart Group as its founding...

City switches its mobile pay app

The city is switching its mobile pay app from Pango to ParkMobile as of Sept. 1, the city announced Thursday in a news release. The...

Alexandrians plan to counter Unite the Right rally

By Missy Schrott | [email protected] Alexandria organizations plan to stand in opposition as the same alt-right group that organized the Unite the Right rally in...

My View: The benefits of generosity

By Heather Peeler, President and CEO of ACT Do you remember the first time you donated to a cause that was important to you? My first...