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Located on the banks of the Potomac River, the city was founded as a Tobacco inspection site back in the early 1700's. The city originally was located in Virginia, then ceded to the Federal government to create portion of the District of Columbia and then, 1846, ceded back to Virginia when the District was reduced to its current borders. It's proximity to Washington DC made it a focal point during the civil war.

Population: 128283
Local Newspapers: Washington Post
Local Sports Teams: Washington Redskins (NFL) Washington Nationals (MLB) Washington Capitals (NHL) Washington Wizards (NBA)
Local Colleges: Northern Virginia Community College

Zip Codes associated with alexandria, virginia: 22301 22302 22303 22304 22305 22306 22307 22308 22309 22310 22311 22312 22314 22315
Towns/Cities near alexandria, virginia : Belle Haven Huntington Rose Hill Franconia Seminary Hill Fairlington Groveton Hybla Valley Oxon Hill MD

Alexandria News
4FastPlumber Announces Expanded Gas-Fitting Services

4FastPlumber stated that it made the decision to expand its gas services, due to popular demand from Northern Virginia residents. The company went on to state that it takes customer feedback very seriously, whether that feedback is received in person, over the phone, or online.

Seeing for Themselves in Alexandria

Concrete deterioration exemplifies numerous problems, not least structural, with City Hall's underground parking garage. Expansive drainage, waterproofing and other repairs will cost an estimated $6.5 million over FY19-27.

Sworn In in Alexandria

Mike Wicks, left, is sworn in July 11 as president of the Rotary Club of Alexandria by Sergeant at Arms Peter Knetemann.

Back to School Community Day in Alexandria

Del Ray barber Gary Bailey gives Tim Wiggins a haircut at a previous Community Kids Day. This year's back-to-school event will take place Aug. 27 at the Charles Houston Recreation Center and Brent Place Apartments.

Weekend Round Up August 17, 2017

Arcadia Center for Sustainable Food and Agriculture is holding its Tomato Harvest & Sauce Fiesta on Saturday, Aug. 19. Courtesy Arcadia. This weekend: two opportunities to experience the flavors of Italy, two nights of comedic storytelling and two encounters with plucked-string instruments.

U.S. housing starts, permits fall in July

A worker carries a plank at the construction site of a new house in Alexandria, Virginia in this file photo. A worker carries a plank at the construction site of a new house in Alexandria, Virginia in this file photo.

McCullough Calls For Renaming Jefferson Davis Highway After Charlottesville Violence

After the events in Charlottesville last weekend, independent Arlington County Board candidate Charles McCullough II called for a renewed push to rename Jefferson Davis Highway. McCullough said in a letter to the County Board and Arlington's representatives in the Virginia General Assembly on Tuesday, August 15 that they must work to rename Jefferson Davis Highway, the name for U.S. Route 1 in the county from its border with Alexandria into Rosslyn.

Artlist: Aug. 17-24

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Smithsonian Castle evacuated because of accidental fire

A small fire on the third floor of the Smithsonian's administrative building, known as the Castle, was extinguished Wednesday by sprinklers and caused minimal damage, D.C. fire officials said. The fire department ruled the cause of the 11:43 a.m. fire as accidental and said it started in the electrical wiring.

The kids are alt-right: Your guide to the new crop of white nationalists

Charlottesville has become quite the magnet for white nationalists since City Council voted in April to remove a statue of Gen. Robert E. Lee and rename two Confederate general-monikered parks.

White nationalist Richard Spencer won't speak at UF, president says

Richard Spencer, a white supremacist, will not be able to rent a facility at the University of Florida for a speech. Richard Spencer, a white supremacist, will not be able to rent a facility at the University of Florida for a speech.

Late Nite Catechism 2: Sister Strikes Again! at Stoneham Theatre

It's up to Sister to save the souls of those assembled-aka the audience! Beginning with an overview of heaven and hell as a Catholic version of Chutes and Ladders and moving onto her proclamation of new sins for the new millennium, Sister is never hesitant to tell us where we've gone wrong. And never doubt that she can provide a list of every celebrity currently sharing digs with the devil.

Monumental divide: pressure builds in US to remove Confederate statues

He stands in the middle of the street, his back to the nation's capital, his gaze southwards towards the battlefields of the Civil War where his comrades fell. Erected nearly 130 years ago, the bronze statue of an unarmed Confederate soldier sits at a busy intersection in Alexandria, Virginia, just across the Potomac River from Washington.

A win at all costs strategy explains the prominence of the alt-right

White nationalist Richard Spencer, the self-described creator of the term "alt-right," speaks to select media in his office space in Alexandria, Va., on Aug. 14. White nationalist Richard Spencer, the self-described creator of the term "alt-right," speaks to select media in his office space in Alexandria, Va., on Aug. 14. Last year around this time , I was arguing with some of my fellow conservatives about the insanity of finding any common cause whatsoever with the so-called alt-right. The issue wasn't that every avowed nationalist who claimed membership in the alt-right was a Nazi or Klansman.

Trump will reverse Obama order aimed at planning for climate change

The Potomac River floods Prince Street in the Old Town neighborhood of Alexandria, Va., on June 4, 2016. The Potomac River floods Prince Street in the Old Town neighborhood of Alexandria, Va., on June 4, 2016.

White Nationalist Calls Trump's Denouncement Of Hate Groups 'Kumbaya Nonsense'

Richard Spencer, the 39-year-old white nationalist leader, said Monday that he did not take President Donald Trump 's statement denouncing hate groups seriously , and two of Spencer's associates shared a somewhat similar sentiment with HuffPost. "The statement today was more Kumbaya nonsense," Spencer said, speaking to reporters in his office and part-time home in Alexandria, Virginia.

The Hatred in Charlottesville Should Not Surprise Us

The deadly violence in Charlottesville, Va., and the images of white nationalists, the Ku Klux Klan, and neo-Nazis carrying Confederate and swastika flags shouting, "Jews will not replace us!" and "You will not replace us!' has stunned millions of people throughout the world. But I was not surprised.

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