Hoffman Development Inc. didn't have any plans to sell the National Science Foundation's planned Alexandria headquarters, slated for completion in 2017, but the prospect apparently was too appealing to interested buyers to ignore.
Ospreys are building nests. An osprey cam has been set up to watch one of them.
W.Va. public defender questions warrant for Virginia man sought for questioning in 3 killings
A key witness is cooperating with the investigation into three unsolved murders in Alexandria.
A 120-room hotel on the Alexandria waterfront faces another challenge from opponents of the city's plan for waterfront redevelopment.
Alexandria police say they've been actively searching a body of water in Virginia looking for any evidence in an unsolved murder.
An ex-Marine has been convicted of first-degree murder in the 2009 slaying of a fellow service member, and now faces a possible death sentence.
A group of Alexandrians is hoping to honor a late music teacher by naming a new playground in her memory.
Rep. Jim Moran, D-Va., says the $174,000 a year members of Congress make is not enough for them to maintain two homes.
Alexandria police are still waiting to talk to Charles Severance, a man they believe could have a connection to the three unsolved murders in the city.
It has been almost two months since Alexandria music teacher Ruthanne Lodato was shot at the front door of her home. While police continue to investigate her murder, the community is honoring her legacy.
The cameras could reduce crashes and boost revenue.
The Old Dominion Boat Club has agreed to sell the clubhouse and parking lot to the City of Alexandria for $5 million, and move to a new location on the river at Prince Street.
Alexandria City Public Schools middle school students will be in school for an extra 14 minutes per day for several weeks this spring to make up for weather-related closures this winter.
An extradition order Virginia's governor signed would return Charles Severance to Loudoun County.
74-year-old Va. woman charged with serial arsons;
"I'm a bicycle commuter who is also an amputee that lost her leg while commuting," Patty Collins says.
The man Alexandria police want to talk to in connection with the three unsolved murders of RuthAnne Lodato, Ron Kirby and Nancy Dunning will remain in custody on a $100,000 bond despite prosecutors' efforts to have that bond revoked.
The streets of Alexandria's Old Town and downtown Frederick have landed snugly inside a new Top 10 list of the best downtowns of 2014.
Charles Severance, the man Alexandria police want to question in connection with three unsolved murders, will likely fight extradition to Virginia, his public defender told a West Virginia judge Monday morning.
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