A college that provides medical and healthcare training has closed all of its campuses in northern Virginia.
Englin made the announcement at an Alexandria City Democratic Committee meeting Monday night. He has recently admitted to an extramarital affair.
Students at T.C. Williams High School will be able to get free SAT and ACT prep programs this spring.
Four of the five top areas for estimated annual remodeling spending in the South are in the D.C. metro region, with Falls Church and Arlington County ranking No. 1 and No. 2 respectively, according to the National Association of Home Builders.
The chief financial officer of what had been one of the nation's largest private mortgage companies has pleaded guilty to his role in a $3 billion fraud scheme.
Two former Metro workers accused of stealing potentially hundreds of thousands of dollars in coins from fare card machines are scheduled to enter guilty pleas in federal court.
The Alexandria City Council passed an ordinance in November that bans animals from being left in vehicles when the outside temperature reaches 70 degrees or above.
Red light camera programs are not without controversy, but after seven months since the program began in Alexandria, the results are in.
A judge has rejected an attempt to halt Alexandria's waterfront redevelopment plan for sites along the Potomac River.
Victor Aldana has been indicted on a charge of aggravated involuntary manslaughter and three other counts for allegedly hitting and killing an 8-year-old boy and severely injuring his mother while the two were walking near Landmark Mall.
Your tax dollars pay for public schools and two new reports are shedding some light on cases where those dollars may not be watched closely enough.
By the time the suspect in an alleged bomb plot against the U.S. Capitol was arrested in a parking lot, wearing what he thought was an explosive-laden suicide vest, he had been living illegally in the United States for 12 years.
When it comes to oysters, Severn Inn customers want them local, and they want them salty.
A bald eagle found last weekend by Metro tracks near the Van Dorn Street station has been euthanized.
Donna Gray, who rode a float at the parade, says she thought it was a good idea to hold the parade almost two weeks before the official holiday.
The women with "broken" hearts could not be a more diverse bunch. And yet their common illness binds them together.
Lenny Harris might have lived if he hadn't recognized one of the men robbing him, according to one of the three men arrested in his murder.
Prospects are not good for the injured bald eagle rescued from Metro's Blue Line tracks near the Van Dorn Metro station.
The woman, who has not been identified by police, was sitting in her bedroom in the 8000 block of Russell Road near Huntley Meadows Park in Alexandria last Sunday evening. She got up from her bed where she was watching TV after she heard one of her windows smash out.
More than a dozen Virginia localities are receiving state grants to encourage students to walk or ride bicycles to schools.