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City council adopts new housing goals

By Luke Anderson | [email protected] With Amazon’s HQ2 and Virginia Tech’s Innovation Campus coming to the region, the city is proposing new housing goals to...

City responds to Seminary Road inquires

By Missy Schrott | [email protected] Following months of community turmoil over the narrowing of Seminary Road, city staff went before council Tuesday evening to provide...

Seminary Road update goes before council next week

By Missy Schrott | [email protected] City council is slated to hear an update about the controversial restructuring of Seminary Road at its legislative meeting on...

Shuttered power plant site to be subdivided

By Luke Anderson | [email protected] Since shutting down almost eight years ago, the Potomac River Generating Station in Old Town North has remained fenced off...

Alexandria Presbyterian Church expansion advances

By Luke Anderson | [email protected] City council voted unanimously at its public hearing on Saturday to allow the Alexandria Presbyterian Church to move forward with...

City human rights code to include gender identity

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] City council unanimously voted to amend Alexandria’s human rights code to include protections for gender identity at Saturday’s public hearing....

Your Views: Admit that refugees come with costs

To the editor: A thousand Alexandria voters supported Trump in the March 2016 Republican Presidential Primary. Are they all blue-collar folks too tired after a...

City council approves Patrick Henry swing space

By Missy Schrott | [email protected] At Saturday’s public hearing, city council unanimously approved plans to use the old Patrick Henry School building as an interim...

Your Views: Elected officials deserve respect

To the editor: It has now been two months since the Sept. 14 city council decision regarding the design for the Seminary Road Project. Implementation...

Virginia Paving Company to close Alexandria plant in 2027

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] City council voted unanimously at Saturday’s public hearing to close the Virginia Paving Company’s Eisenhower West asphalt plant in 2027. The...