Tag: potomac river

New public art brings waterfront’s history to the surface

By Allison Hageman | [email protected] Deep at the bottom of the Potomac River, the shoes, boats, wooden toys, fossilized sea biscuits, pottery and pilings submerged...

Ada’s on the River opens on waterfront

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] Located along the Potomac River, Ada’s on the River, the latest restaurant from Alexandria Restaurant Partners, opened today at 3...

Your Views: The changing scene around West’s Point Park

To the editor: At the foot of Oronoco Street along the Potomac River, wedged between Founders Park and Oronoco Bay Park, is West’s Point Park....

Your Views: The value of Chinquapin forest

To the editor: The city’s plan to re-engineer Taylor Run to reduce phosphorus erosion is shortsighted because it fails to take into account the substantial...

Waterfront condo model home opens at Robinson Landing: VIP preview event...

This article is sponsored by EYA. Panoramic waterfront views of the Potomac River with floor to ceiling windows. Stunning and sophisticated features and finishes throughout...

Poor Robert’s Ruminations with Rob Whittle: Adventures on the Potomac River

A funny thing happened at work today: On a call, Dr. Phil could be heard dispensing sex advice before I could mute. On a Zoom call,...

Your Views: No cause for celebration

To the editor: The Army Corps of Engineers has given Alexandria the green light to fill in a wetland along the George Washington Memorial Parkway...

Sunny day flooding strikes waterfront

By Missy Schrott | [email protected] After weeks without rain, Alexandrians were surprised by seemingly random flooding along the waterfront last weekend. The flooding closed parts of...

Your Views: We’re all investors in Alexandria’s waterways

To the editor: Alexandria’s health and prosperity depend on clean waterways, and clean waterways depend on a well-functioning wastewater system. The Potomac River and its...

Letter to the Editor: Citizen group forms again to save PY...

To the editor: Forty years ago, a citizen group named the Daingerfield Island Protective Society stopped an interchange from being built off the George Washington...