The three-paragraph, unanimous decision from a three-judge panel of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond rejects both Manning’s argument that she was erroneously found in civil contempt of court and her request for bail while the contempt decision is litigated.
When the Blue and Yellow lines shut down south of Reagan National Airport next month, Metro plans to offer free parking at the Franconia-Springfield, Huntington and Van Dorn Street stations.
Alexandria City Council on Tuesday is expected to approve the issuance of up to $249.4 million in Industrial Development Authority bonds to support the land acquisition, construction and furnishing of the IDA office building and conference center planned for 701 E. Glebe Road. The institute acquired that site in April 2016 for $10.1 million, according to Alexandria property records. It has been planning a new headquarters since at least 2012.
Beginning the week of May 20, Alexandria will increase the HOV requirements on Washington Street from two or more vehicle occupants (HOV-2) to three or more (HOV-3) during both morning and afternoon rush hours.
The Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority is planning to make Cameron Run Regional Park operational year-round with a new Winter Village attraction set to open in November.
Alexandria’s Carlyle Design Review Board is scheduled to take an initial look April 25 at a nearly 400,000-square-foot office building planned for 2395 Mill Road.
An early morning fire caused by an electrical cord coming in contact with a bed left an Alexandria, Virginia, woman dead and sent her husband to the hospital in critical condition. Officials say they were in their 70s.
Ballston Quarter has risen from the construction dust of Ballston Common, and is finally open to the public more than two years after work began to overhaul the long-stagnating interior mall.
Paul Potter, vice president of Chelsea Environmental, pleaded guilty Friday to charges that he knowingly violated safety regulations while he and his team worked to remove asbestos from the Hunting Point apartment complex for $314,400 in 2014.
A Barbie doll head, a drone and plastic bottles. Those are just some of the things volunteers in the annual Fairfax County Watershed Cleanup at Huntley Meadows in Alexandria, Virginia, found in and alongside a stream bed. See photos.
One week after an overturned tanker caused a nightmarish commute around D.C., another big incident on the Beltway caused headaches Thursday afternoon. Traffic had been stopped due to a tractor trailer crash and fire near Exit 173 in Alexandria.
The proposed changes to HOV rules in Alexandria, Virginia, are intended to keep packed buses moving in carpool lanes during a monthslong shutdown of several Blue and Yellow line stations.
The City of Alexandria in Virginia wants to solidify its reputation as an arts destination, and a new installation hopes to do just that.
Fairfax County and Alexandria leaders were surprised to learn that the shutdown of several Metro stations on the Blue and Orange lines in Northern Virginia this summer might continue impacting traffic into the fall.
Alexandria and Fairfax County, Virginia, are preparing for the business impact of a monthslong Metro shutdown during the summer.
As WTOP marks 50 years on the radio, those who helped make it what it is today are looking back at their experiences and at the stories that have touched the nation's capital.
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