Tag: Virginia

‘Wonder Woman 1984’ to film in Alexandria

After months of rumors, the Wonder Woman sequel is officially set to film in Alexandria. Gov. Ralph Northam announced Wednesday that Wonder Woman 1984, slated...

Six Alexandria residents convicted as a result of Operation Tin Panda

Six Alexandria residents were convicted as a result of Operation Tin Panda, the U.S. Attorney of the Eastern District of Virginia announced Friday in...

Justice Matters with Bryan Porter: The elements of a murder indictment

By Bryan Porter Anyone who has ever watched a police procedural will recognize this scene: a hardscrabble homicide detective with a harsh Bronx accent sits in a cramped office...

How the city counts its homeless population

By Alexa Epitropoulos | aepitropoulos@alextimes.com Carpenter’s Shelter volunteers found him living in his car in the parking lot of a West End condominium development. The man...

Alexandria man arrested in Loudoun double homicide

An Alexandria man has been arrested as a suspect in a double homicide that took place in a cafe in Sterling, the Loudoun County...

Overnight storms result in flooding throughout Alexandria

Storms and rainfall that started in the early hours of Monday morning resulted in flooding on Alexandria streets near the waterfront, including in Old...

Archaeologists find remains of two historic ships at Robinson Landing site

Archaeologists under contract with Robinson Landing developer EYA have found the remains of two historic ships, the city announced in a news release Monday. Preliminary...

Accessing city services for people with ID or DD

By Martha Boyer The Alexandria Department of Community and Human Services was formed in 2010, following the merger of the Community Services Board and the...

Officer accidentally discharges weapon at George Washington Middle School

By Missy Schrott | mschrott@alextimes.com An Alexandria police officer accidentally discharged his weapon Tuesday morning at George Washington Middle School, the Alexandria Police Department announced...

Out of the Attic: ‘Nation’s first woman lawyer’ lived in Alexandria

Women’s History Month was first celebrated the week of March 7, 1982 as “Women’s History Week.” Its advocates noted that in 1980, a maximum of...
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