This week, Alexandria streets were under the microscope as the city eyes changes both in their design and their names.
Part of the city’s changing approach to transportation infrastructure has been creating more pedestrian and cyclist-focused streetscapes. Nowhere has that change been more extreme than the pedestrian zones construction at the 100 and unit blocks of King Street. But while those changes have proven popular, city staff said it won’t be easy to take those same ideas and apply them to the 200 block.
The top stories this week, by readership, were:
- Notes: New bill could kill snow days in Virginia for good
- SCOOP: A new French bistro is opening in the heart of Del Ray in two weeks
- D.C. man arrested after armed carjacking on S. Van Dorn Street
- Alexandria aims to rename three Confederate-honoring streets per year
- ‘The most blighted property in the West End’ gets redevelopment recommendation from Planning Commission
- Saving herself: Alexandria author kidnapped by Somali pirates to publish second book
- Notes: Popular D.C. brewery opening new location in the Carlyle neighborhood
- Poll: Should Alexandria implement more ‘no turn on red’ restrictions?
- Next week sees the return of dueling ‘restaurant weeks’ in Alexandria
- Fairfax County man arrested after residential burglary near Fort Ward
Old Town residents and business owners are up in arms for not being officially notified of a route change for the George Washington Birthday Parade on Feb. 20 (President’s Day)….
As rainfall travels down the hills of the Parkfairfax neighborhood, the momentum sweeps it past the slim gutters meant to catch the water, propelling it further downhill to devastating effect….
Cloud is a 10-year-old black and brown medium-haired cat searching for her forever home. Currently up for adoption at the Animal Welfare League of Alexandria, she has a decade of…
A 23-year-old Lorton man was charged with driving while intoxicated after allegedly crashing into four cars in Old Town. The crash occurred near the intersection of S. Patrick Street and…
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