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Located on the banks of the Potomac River, the city was founded as a Tobacco inspection site back in the early 1700's. The city originally was located in Virginia, then ceded to the Federal government to create portion of the District of Columbia and then, 1846, ceded back to Virginia when the District was reduced to its current borders. It's proximity to Washington DC made it a focal point during the civil war.

Population: 128283
Local Newspapers: Washington Post
Local Sports Teams: Washington Redskins (NFL) Washington Nationals (MLB) Washington Capitals (NHL) Washington Wizards (NBA)
Local Colleges: Northern Virginia Community College

Zip Codes associated with alexandria, virginia: 22301 22302 22303 22304 22305 22306 22307 22308 22309 22310 22311 22312 22314 22315
Towns/Cities near alexandria, virginia : Belle Haven Huntington Rose Hill Franconia Seminary Hill Fairlington Groveton Hybla Valley Oxon Hill MD

Alexandria News
Manafort, Gates given 'limited' house arrest break for Thanksgiving

Manafort and Gates were indicted on charges including conspiracy against the United States, money laundering and working as unregistered foreign agents. They both surrendered to authorities on Oct. 30 and pleaded not guilty on all charges stemming from special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election and possible collusion between Trump campaign associates and Russia.

Richmond Highway Improvements

Baby boomer progressives like myself who have lived in Southeast Fairfax County for over twenty years thought we would never see things along Richmond Highway south of Alexandria such as dense nodal redevelopment and middle-of-the-road rapid bus transit. Thanks to on-going legislative efforts by State Senator Scott Surovell and others, some of these measures and built environments are beginning to unfold.

Arlington Receives "All-Star" Rating for LGBTQ Protections

Arlington County has again been named one of 41 American "All-Star Cities" for its high standards of inclusiveness and protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer communities. Arlington scored 93 out of 100 on the Human Rights Campaign's Municipal Equality Index .

Virginia DOT Supervisors Plead Guilty to Snow Plow Bribery & Drug Schemes

According to the Washington Post , Kenneth Duane Adams, 42, and Anthony Willie, 55, pleaded guilty in an Alexandria, VA federal court this week to a fraud conspiracy, along with the three contractors who paid the bribes. According to court documents, Willie and Adams negotiated bribe agreements with several owners and operators of trucking and snow removal companies seeking snow removal work from the Burke, Virginia, VDOT headquarters.

Immigrants residing in Fairfax file federal lawsuit over DACA repeal

A pair of young Fairfax County immigrants sued the U.S. government Tuesday for repealing its Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program without providing sufficient advance notice, according to a complaint filed with the U.S. District Court in Alexandria.

Discuss

I support "Vision Zero" and the general thrust of Alexandrians for Safe Streets, but balk at changing the nomenclature from "accident" to "crash" because not all motor vehicle, bicycle, and pedestrian fatalities and serious injuries involve "crashes" in the common or dictionary sense of the word. "Accident" distinguishes from "intentional" in that intentional crashes are not accidental, whereas "crashes" may be intentional or unintentional .

Trouble Down the Metro Tracks

NVTC leadership, from left: Executive Director Kate Mattice, Fairfax County Supervisor Cathy Hudgins, Alexandria City Councilor Paul Smedberg, Arlington County Board Member Christian Dorsey, and James Corcoran, CEO of the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce. At a Northern Virginia Transit Commission public forum on Nov. 16 in its Courthouse area headquarters, representatives of Arlington, Alexandria and Fairfax updated residents on the precarious situation of the region's rail system.

Lawyer Challenges His Arrest Over Forced Witness Testimony in Guant namo Case

A former U.S. Navy Reserve lawyer, who was handcuffed, shackled and arrested by U.S. Marshals to secure his testimony in a military commission case, Stephen Gill of Marshfield, Massachusetts, is one of several civilian lawyers who recently have been caught in an ethical conflict battle stemming from the prosecution of Abd al-Rahim Al-Nashiri, the alleged mastermind of the October 2000 attack on the USS Cole. representing Al-Nashiri, who were excused from his defense because of ethical conflicts, and a law professor who provided them with an ethical opinion, resisted orders by Military Commission Judge Vance Spath to appear before him.

HCR ManorCare gets respite from dropped Medicare fraud lawsuit

The U.S. Justice Department withdrew a Medicare fraud lawsuit against HCR ManorCare, removing a cloud over one the largest U.S. nursing home chains as it nears a deadline to settle a legal dispute with its landlord. The motion by the government on Friday to dismiss the case followed questioning by Magistrate Judge Theresa Buchanan in Alexandria, Virginia, over the credibility of its expert witness.

The Quander Family

Terrific article and video report on the Quander family by Michael Quander. The power of this story is seen when he drops tears of emotion.

U.S. patent review board becomes conservative target

In August, a dozen inventors gathered around a fire pit outside the headquarters of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in Alexandria, Virginia, and set alight patents they said had been rendered worthless by an overreaching federal government. FILE PHOTO: Demonstrators supporting the organization U.S. Inventors burn patents in front of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office during a protest in Alexandria, Virginia, U.S. on August 11, 2017.

Robert E. Lee portrait is moved from Alexandria City Hall to a museum

This portrait of Robert E. Lee used to hang in Alexandria City Hall but is now part of a Civil War exhibit in the Lyceum, the city's local history museum. The city of Alexandria has quietly removed a portrait of Confederate Gen.

Pat Buchanan: That bloodbath in the Old Dominion

The day after his "Silent Majority" speech on Nov. 3, 1969, calling on Americans to stand with him for peace with honor in Vietnam, Richard Nixon's GOP captured the governorships of Virginia and New Jersey. By December, Nixon had reached 68 percent approval in the Gallup Poll, though, a year earlier, he had won but 43 percent of the vote.

Ask Rufus: 200,000 Cousins

An engraving by Mallet in 1683 of Powhatan's village near Jamestown. It was here where Pocahontas was said to have saved John Smith, but it was John Rolfe who she married in 1613.

We are all the real Virginia

After last week's election results, Jerry Falwell Jr., President of Liberty University in Lynchburg, tweeted that "DC should annex NOVA and return the governance of VA to Virginians! The founders intended DC to include all fed employees who are conflicted."

Motorist shot in Fairfax County after chase by U.S. Park Police, police say

One person was shot and critically wounded in Fairfax County Friday night by a U.S. Park Police officer during a confrontation that followed a chase from the scene of a car crash, the Park Police said. The incident was touched off by a crash at about 7:30 p.m. in Alexandria, according to Sgt.

The 7 Habits of Highly Clueless Lawyers.

Return of EFGB and the Seven Habits. Lawyers who won't take a stand is a time-honored tradition.

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