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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
Paula Thompson Marshall guilty of killing husband over dog

EXCLUSIVE: Aaron Hernandez left behind a handwritten suicide note for his gay jailhouse LOVER - who is now on suicide watch - as well as two more for his fiancee and four-year-old daughter Furious neighbor sues Brooklyn brownstone owners after coming home to find they painted their historic million-dollar house BLACK as well as her own exterior wall and handrail Trump insists he's accomplished 'a lot' in his first 100 days including Supreme Court victory but says he won't get credit for it because 'media will kill' Trump enrages entire nation of South Korea with offhand claim it 'actually used to be part of China' - prompting protests against him and Beijing Is this the ULTIMATE baby changing hack? All you need to copy mother's ingenious trick is a box of baby wipes and a HAIR BAND 'She barely spoke': Caretaker reveals how he helped police bust armed Amber Alert teacher and his ... (more)

Virginia Supreme Court hears argument in newspaper's access to records case

You have reached the limit of 10 free articles per 30 days. To continue, sign up for a digital Richmond Times-Dispatch subscription for only $8.99 per month.

Northern Virginia woman who killed spouse in drunken ght over dog found guilty of murder

"My husband gave me a gun," Paula Thompson Marshall would tell a 911 dispatcher just after shooting her husband Oct. 5. "I didn't know it was loaded.

Restoring Windmill Hill Park Shoreline

The distant dream of a fully-walkable waterfront in Alexandria is slowly inching closer towards a reality. On April 22, a groundbreaking ceremony will be held for one of the last pieces of that connected waterfront: the Windmill Hill Park Shoreline Restoration Project.

Mattress Recycling Council promotes operations manager

The Mattress Recycling Council , Alexandria, Virginia has promoted Justine Fallon to operations manager to oversee Bye Bye Mattress , a mattress recycling program currently in California, Connecticut and Rhode Island. Based in the Northeast, Fallon will be responsible for leading MRC's day-to-day operations and managing the program coordinators as they work with their states' municipalities, retailers, transporters and recyclers.

Lighting the Way in Alexandria

BB&T volunteers Steve Menjivar, Mythri Hanumanthaiah and Erica Lee assemble emergency food backpacks for low income and homeless children April 7 at the Community Lodgings New Brookside Learning Center as part of the BB&T Lighthouse Project. Photo contributed Community Lodgings Volunteer and Development Coordinator Sarah Foote, center, gives a thumbs up to the BB&T volunteers who helped assemble emergency food backpacks April 7 for low income and homeless children.

Commentary: Pursuing a Proactive, Prudent Budget in Alexandria

We are in the thick of the budget process. This is a time for all of us to focus on the choices before us as a community.

ISA Opens with Attendance at Record-Breaking Pace

ALEXANDRIA, Va. - April 19, 2017 - ISA International Sign Expo 2017 is underway in Las Vegas, with education and meetings before the trade show floor opens its doors on Thursday.

Immigration a " Phony Green-Card Broker Not - Material' Witness

U.S. v. Zhu No. 15-4517, April 12, 2017; USDC at Alexandria, Va. 4th Cir. Holding: A Chinese citizen who overstayed his exchange visitor visa and later worked through a broker in an attempt to illegally obtain a fraudulent green card from an undercover government agent cannot ... You may have reached this page due to new security upgrades that have been implemented regarding multiple user logins.

Police name man who attempted 2 robberies near VCU, shot 1 victim

The first gunshot rang out shortly after 5 a.m., following an attempted home invasion in the 1300 block of W. Clay Street, according to VCU officials. Richmond Police said they immediately responded and came upon two adult males struggling over a firearm in the 1000 block of Bowe Street.

20-year-old Ghanaian student killed in the US

The Virginia Commonwealth University community is mourning the loss of a 20-year-old student from Alexandria, Virginia, who was shot and killed in the Carver neighbourhood. Samuel Kwarteng was close to graduating with an engineering degree, according to friends.

Father of accused killer says son was 'wonderful little boy,' but now is 'crazy'

A man charged with killing an 82-year-old Lycoming County man with a shovel wrote in his diary that he was going to Canada to be free. Graham Nicholas Norby-Vardac, 23, of Alexandria, VA., is charged with breaking into the rural home of Donald Kleese Jr. on April 5, killing the 82-year-old and stealing his station wagon, cans of food and $8.75 in coins.

21,000 people and 18,000 eggs: the Trump White House braces for its first Easter Egg Roll

Three-year-old Abigail and 10-month-old Caroline participate in an Easter egg roll race during the 139th White House Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, DC on April 17, 2017. Children participate in an Easter egg roll race during the 139th White House Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, DC on April 17, 2017.

FBI Arrests Hacker Who Hacked No One

Huddleston's first thought was that somebody had crashed their car and needed to use his phone. But when he opened the door, he was met by about two dozen serious-looking men and women, some in bulletproof vests, holding handguns at the ready, one shouldering an assault rifle, another carrying a battering ram.

Home of the Day: The Charm of a Traditional Colonial with the Elegance and Glamour of Old Hollywood

By Elizabeth Lucchesi, Real Estate Agent Home of the Day is presented by the Washington Business Journal with Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc..

Fair Winds Brewing Company named Best Local Brewery 2017 in D.C. Metro area

The acclaimed beer of Fair Winds Brewing Company - like their Howling Gale IPA and Quayside Kolsch - is a testament to their passion to quality brewing.

Airmen of Note Jazz Series features drummer Peter Erskine

The U.S. Air Force Band Airmen of Note and Peter Erskine, American jazz drummer, perform a Jazz Heritage Series concert in Alexandria, Va. Audience members celebrate at the end of a Jazz Heritage Series performance by the U.S. Air Force Band Airmen of Note and Peter Erskine, American jazz drummer, in Alexandria, Va.

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