A woman was found dead inside a hotel room in Arlington, Virginia, Saturday morning, and a Stafford man has been arrested on a charge of murder.
A motorcycle rider is dead following a crash in Prince William County that happened Friday afternoon.
The Alexandria City Council voted unanimously to take the name Jefferson Davis off the stretch of Route 1 that runs north of Old Town, opting to rename the road Richmond Highway instead. Jefferson Davis was the president of the Confederate States of America during the Civil War.
The Alexandria City Council has taken another step forward Tuesday in the process to change the name of Jefferson Davis Highway.
Starting on Jan. 1, 2019, Jefferson Davis Highway could be erased from the map in Alexandria now that the city manager has recommended a new name for U.S. Route 1 in the city.
Officials arrested a man who they say assaulted an employee of a Stafford County hotel last month.
Residents expressed their displeasure at the Board of Supervisors’ inaction Tuesday night, but Confederate President Jefferson Davis’ name will remain on Route 1 in Prince William County, at least for the time being.
A special city advisory group conducted a recent public hearing on the name change and is expected to make its recommendation to the city council on Oct. 5.
Arlington County wants to change the names of Jefferson Davis and Lee highways within the county, but doing that is a bit more complicated than you might think.
Arlington County Board Chairman Jay Fisette said in a statement Thursday that the county has heard from many residents seeking that Confederate names be no longer memorialized in the county.
A Northern Virginia city is conducting an online survey seeking suggestions for renaming Jefferson Davis Highway.
Alexandria is moving ahead with plans to rename one the city’s main thoroughfares. But the city wants to hear from residents to help it come up with a new name for Jefferson Davis Highway.
The plans call for 302 apartments on top of a podium of the existing two-story retail space at the intersection of Crystal Drive and 23rd Street S.
The effort to rename Jefferson Davis Highway in Alexandria, Virginia, moved forward with the appointment of an advisory group to solicit ideas from the public.
Attempts to remove high-profile Confederate references in Alexandria, Virginia, are seeing mixed results: a Confederate soldier statue will stay, a highway name will change.
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