The City of Alexandria in Virginia wants to solidify its reputation as an arts destination, and a new installation hopes to do just that.
An historic home for sale in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia, built in 1795 that served as the boyhood home of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee just had a big price cut.
Old Town Alexandria’s new development Robinson Landing will feature two new restaurants, as well as ritzy condos and townhomes.
For those looking to celebrate the New Year with the whole family, and also enjoy a fireworks show, the annual New Year’s Eve festival in Alexandria could do the trick.
Local businesses are offering free classes and stress-relieving deals to thousands of area federal employees even as they feel some of the brunt of the shutdown.
It’s been an ongoing controversy for the park initially named after Colonel John Fitzgerald, a former slave owner. But, council members announced the new, official name of the park along the Alexandria waterfront: Waterfront Park.
While Washington D.C. is a destination itself, if you feel like getting away from the hustle and bustle of the city, you can explore something a little slower paced with a ton of nearby attractions. There’s truly a little something for everyone whether you enjoy lounging on the beach, enjoying a drive-in movie or something a little more adventurous like white water rafting!
After a delay in construction from digging up a piece of 18th-century history, the first completed project in Old Town’s multiyear waterfront redevelopment plan is open for business — and a favorite chef will soon join.
Items belonging to famed American novelist Tom Clancy went up for auction Tuesday in Alexandria, and several sold for much more than expected.
Items from American novelist Tom Clancy’s 80-acre estate in Southern Maryland are on sale, and online bidding is underway.
St. Nick et al. hit the Potomac as part of the annual Skiing Santa event near Old Town Alexandria.
Old Town Alexandria flooded Thursday evening, and high tides could bring more through Saturday.
An Alexandria landmark continues to bring healing to some in Old Town Alexandria’s African-American community as the area marks the second anniversary of its dedication.
If people in the D.C. area had one place they preferred to live, almost 20 percent surveyed by Charles Schwab said it would be Old Town Alexandria.
Alexandria’s Old Town is once again recognized for its livability.
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