Tag: king street

Traffic and Parking Board to consider Seminary Road restructuring

By Arya Hodjat | ahodjat@alextimes.com The city’s plan to convert a stretch of Seminary Road from four to three lanes has been met with opposition from...

Your Views: Old Town has reached its bursting point

To the editor: A recent Washington Post article reporting on development along the Alexandria waterfront had an interesting quote that also was in the article’s...

Your Views: Hooray for the Festival of Speed & Style

To the editor: Well done to all the organizers, sponsors, volunteers and participants who made the first ever Old Town Festival of Speed & Style...

Your Views: Lights illuminate larger issue

To the editor: City council claims to be looking for funding to keep the lights on the trees on King Street on for 11 months...

The Business Plan with Bill Reagan: Celebrating small businesses

The week of May 6 is being celebrated across the country as Small Business Week, highlighting the importance of small businesses to the U.S....

WMATA extends summer shutdown by six days

By Missy Schrott | mschrott@alextimes.com After promising that the summer shutdown of all Alexandria Metro stations would be complete by Labor Day, the Washington Metropolitan...

Gourmet toast and smoothie bar Toastique to open Monday

By Missy Schrott | mschrott@alextimes.com Avanti Holdings Group’s latest venture, a healthy, fast-casual restaurant called Toastique, is opening at 1605 King St. on Monday. The gourmet...

Your Views: A vote for bike lanes throughout the city

To the editor: As someone who bikes from Old Town to Chinquapin Pool and back twice a week, I am thankful for the bike lanes...

Your Views: Metro just lost one rider

To the editor: On Sunday, all Metro stations below National Airport were closed. We were told it was a preview of what it will be...

Our View: Something stinks along the waterfront

The stench rising from Alexandria’s waterfront is not the D.C. wastewater treatment plant on a day when the wind is blowing east to west....