The source of the oil sheen that left dozens of birds covered in oil has been found.
The new Cedar Knoll restaurant retains much of the building’s original character, with wood beams, a “log cabin room” that is the original log cabin built on the property in the 1800s, when it was part of River Farm on George Washington’s Mount Vernon plantation.
Three powerhouses of that signature sound play The Birchmere in Alexandria with Phil Vassar on Thursday night, Tanya Tucker on Monday and The Marshall Tucker Band next Thursday.
Several of Alexandria’s landmark and historic public buildings are falling apart, and fixing them will cost hundreds of millions of dollars, according to a new city report.
Amazon’s annual rankings of most romantic cities, out every year around Valentine’s Day, calls Alexandria the most romantic city in the nation.
Northern Virginia is the fastest growing metropolitan area in the state, according to new population estimates from the University of Virginia’s Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service.
Thursday, mother and son from Mitchellville, Maryland, traveled to Alexandria together to collect their material winnings.
Alexandria Restaurant Week is continuing through Sunday.
The LEED-certified, mixed-use project will include 232 apartments above 50,000 square feet of retail. Construction will start in late 2016, with completion scheduled for 2018.
As the crews push snow around to clear the paths, a question arises: Why not just dump the snow into the Potomac?
A Fredericksburg man has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for his role in a sex trafficking ring federal prosecutors consider the largest ever discovered in the Eastern District of Virginia.
Convicted murderer Charles Severance was sentenced to serve three life terms in prison for charges that he shot and killed three prominent Alexandria citizens.
Convicted killer Charles Severance is set to be sentenced Thursday for fatally shooting three prominent Alexandria residents.
With blizzard-like conditions heading for the D.C. area, many people are rushing to hardware stores to stock up on rock salt, sleds and other necessities.
Northern Virginia remains one of the most expensive places to buy a house or a condo in the D.C. region, but, by one measure, prices got a little cheaper last month.