HOUSE OF THE WEEK | Known as "George Johnston's home," the six-bedroom, five-bathroom, 5,259-square-foot Georgian is listed at $4,995,000
BUYING NEW | The four-story residences in Old Town are priced from $899,990.
The possible danger is in 600 block of Prince Street.
After two years, local businesses pushing the idea abandon the effort amid heated local debate and disagreements over how it should be approved.
A North Carolina-based real estate firm Asana Partners is coming to Old Town Alexandria, and more end-of-day news. [ more › ]
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The council cut the size of a proposed business improvement district and called for a vote of businesses and property owners.
Escalating competition and rising taxes pit businesses against each other.
The encounter happened Wednesday at Old Town Sport&Health in Alexandria.
The creation of Fitzgerald Square will be one of the first signs that the long-awaited waterfront renovation is underway.
Both killings took place in Alexandria’s North Old Town, leading to anti-crime measures.
Weekly protests outside the new home and headquarters of white nationalist Richard Spencer have brought attention to a gourmet candy store.
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The home, which began as a private boys' school, is listed at $3.5 million.
Police were called for shots fired, but released few details about the circumstances.
New route will connect Old Town Alexandria and two Metro stations to National Harbor.
A pair of Virginia artists have created an impromptu, in situ memorial to a ghastly crisis.
The vessel hit something early Friday near Old Town and was taking on water.
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The skinny, crumbling 1870 home had to be completely overhauled.
WHERE WE LIVE | Mixed-use area in Alexandria is “only going to get better.”