With swelling student population, Alexandria looks for solutions

The City of Alexandria in Virginia has a problem, and it’s looking for solutions, but at least it's a good problem to have. Turns out that Alexandria is too darn popular.

DUI Checkpoints, Other Enforcement Ramped Up Across Virginia

If you want to celebrate the end the summer with a few drinks, authorities want to remind you to find a sober ride home in order to avoid a DUI. Virginia State Police and local law enforcement

City Of Alexandria To Switch To ParkMobile App For Pay-By-Phone Parking

Starting Sept. 1, the City of Alexandria will switch to the ParkMobile app for customers to pay by phone for metered parking. The same system is used in the District of Columbia, Arlington County

Virginia Schools Begin New School Year Under Revised Standards Of Accreditation

The 2018-2019 school year is well underway in much of Virginia with students in more than 60 school divisions in the Shenandoah Valley, Southwest, Southside and Central Virginia returning to class during the first

Affordable Housing And New Carpenter's Shelter To Break Ground

The building replacing the old Carpenter's Shelter location will break ground in August, the Alexandria Housing Development Corporation announced. The building will house Carpenter's shelter and The Bloom

22 Alexandria Businesses Make Inc 5000 List

22 companies in the City of Alexandria and the Alexandria portions of Fairfax County made the 2018 Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing privately held companies in America. Among the companies is female-owned

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