A new sushi restaurant opening in Alexandria's Del Ray neighborhood is catering to a crowd of a certain age.
Alexandria celebrates Earth Day with a fashion show, water exhibits and beautiful weather.
Following the Boston Marathon bombings, people across the country are asking how they can help victims and the city of Boston recover.
A redevelopment project that could take 30 years to implement and could displace more than 8,000 people, was approved by the Alexandria City Council.
The Woodbridge man charged with shooting an Alexandria Police officer was in court Wednesday for a preliminary hearing. A judge has sent the case to a grand jury to determine whether he should be formally charged in the case.
Judge will determine Renoir painting's rightful owner; Va. woman says she bought it for $7
Work is now finished on a new interchange at Telegraph Road, the final step in the decade-long Woodrow Wilson Bridge Project.
A magistrate has delayed a detention hearing for an Arizona man accused of fighting alongside an al-Qaida group in Syria.
Fairfax County's Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology plans $90M renovation
Crime has dropped to historically low levels in Alexandria, police say.
It will soon cost more to take a bus in Alexandria.
Alexandria is considering a massive redevelopment project that could change the face of the city.
MRP Realty and The JBG Cos. have started construction on The Alric, a 323-unit apartment building at 731 Seaton Ave. in Alexandria.
A massive development plan that will change the face of Alexandria over 30 years will also displace thousands of working class people along the way.
Safeway Inc. has reopened a newly renovated location at the Belle View Shopping Center in Alexandria.
Alexandria City Council votes again to rezone waterfront, allowing hotels, parks
Operation Shower threw a baby shower for 40 expectant military spouses to let them know how much they are appreciated.
Alexandria police officer Peter Laboy faces another six months to one year of recovery. And his coworkers and supporters continue their fundraising efforts to help Laboy's family.
A masked, bead-bedecked and boa-clad crowd celebrated the Animal Welfare League of Alexandria celebrated the third annual Mardi Growl.
Community members and friends of Alexandria Officer Peter Laboy, shot in the head two weeks ago, raised more than $75,000 at a weekend fundraiser for his family.
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