Alexandria’s St. Patrick’s Day parade postponed until September 2022 — “The word is out-no parade in March.” [Zebra]
Fairfax County considers renaming districts and voting precincts — “Five local governmental districts and voting precincts could be renamed due to their Confederate associations.” [Alexandria Living Magazine]
Washington’s brother once owned this Alexandria home’s lot — “George Washington’s half-brother Lawrence had a carriage house on what is now a two-bedroom townhouse in a cobblestone alley.” [Patch]
Deputy director of Alexandria libraries tapped to lead Virginia Beach library system — “Following a nationwide search, City Manager Patrick Duhaney has selected Kimberly B. Knight to take the helm of the City’s award-winning library system. Knight… currently serves as the deputy director for the Alexandria Library in Alexandria, Virginia.” [Virginia Beach]
This past week saw 31 homes sold in Alexandria. The least expensive condo, single-family home or townhouse sale over the past seven days was $172,500 while the most expensive was…
The base of the Appomattox statue has resurfaced atop Confederate graves in Alexandria. More than two years ago, the Appomattox statue was removed from Old Town by the United Daughters…
Alexandria City High School (ACHS) was evacuated in response to a bomb threat earlier today, the second day in a row that bomb threats have forced a school evacuation. The…
(Updated 4 p.m) Alexandria and several other localities have released an executive summary for a Regional Fair Housing Plan that not only provides some goals for housing but comes with…
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