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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

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People At Work: Benner Reaches for Body-Mind Connection in Alexandria

Mara Benner, president and founder of Four Directions Wellness on Mount Vernon Street, explains that she offers services to connect body, mind, spirit and emotions by addressing the whole person. Mara Benner turns on the radio to calming background music and invites the client to lie down on the massage table in her Four Directions Wellness office on Mt.

BST Presents the Trojan Women Project In Repertory With Coriolanus

BST's 2018 repertory explores war and winning from opposite perspectives. As civil unrest threatens political upheaval, the war hero Coriolanus is driven to defend and then destroy his own country.

Trump supporters demand arrest of London Mayor Sadiq Khan

Trump's vulgarity: Overt racism or a president who says what many think? One barnyard epithet and the leader of the free world was now definitively a racist or, alternatively, was back in the good graces of those who had worried he'd been wavering in his nationalism. He Nearly Died in a Mass Shooting.


Lobsters may be one of the most popular crustaceans in the culinary arts. But when it comes to killing them, there's a long and unresolved debate about how to do it humanely, and whether that extra consideration is even necessary.

From Dusty Trails to Smart Growth: A Brief History of Richmond Highway, Part Seven

Note: This is a multi-part series on the history of roads in Southeast Fairfax County, with a concentration on Richmond Highway. Leaders and boosters all across the commonwealth of Virginia sang songs about the greatness of their areas and the need for better roads to their necks of the woods.

Coldwell Banker reports sales and lease transactions in December

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US Army challenging nickname of NHL's Las Vegas franchise

ALEXANDRIA, Va. - The U.S. Army has filed a challenge opposing the application of the NHL's newest franchise to register the trademark "Vegas Golden Knights."

From Dusty Trails to Smart Growth: A Brief History of Richmond Highway, Part Five

Note: This is a multi-part series on the history of roads in Southeast Fairfax County, with a concentration on Richmond Highway. The improvements made to highways are normally assumed to have been started by motorists.

GOP Rep. Scalise 'Resting Comfortably' After Surgery

House Majority Whip Steve Scalise underwent a successful surgery Wednesday as part of his ongoing recovery from being shot during a Congressional baseball practice last year. The surgery was performed at MedStar Washington Hospital Center, which posted a statement on Twitter regarding the Louisiana Republican's condition: Scalise announced Tuesday he would have the surgery, but would not say what the surgery was.

Google cracks down on Logan Paul for YouTube suicide video

Google has dished out a stiff punishment to Logan Paul that will limit his earning power and his visibility on YouTube for blasting out a controversial video showing a suicide victim in the Aokigahara, the Japanese forest where dozens of bodies are discovered every year. The YouTube star has been dropped by Google Preferred, a special advertising program that connects top channels with brand advertisers, and from Foursome, a series on YouTube Red, the streaming service's premium subscription service.

Our church was named for Robert E. Lee - here is how we changed it

Confederate symbols in churches, especially Episcopal churches in Virginia and the National Cathedral in Washington, have followed a pattern of controversy parallel to, but distinct from, the civic battles over their removal from public spaces. In Episcopal churches directly associated with Robert E. Lee, the controversy has been a deeply emotional, semiprivate clash of sensibilities, one side claiming to respect the sacredness of history and the other, the history of sacredness.

The Vision Council Shares Symptoms, Offers Tips to Alleviate Digital Eye Strain

ALEXANDRIA, Va.-With the annual Consumer Electronics Show kicking off in Las Vegas yesterday, countless new devices outfitted with digital screens will be unveiled to make our lives easier but the technology may be putting added strain on our eyes. Newly released VisionWatch survey results from The Vision Council show that more than 83 percent of Americans report using digital devices for more than two hours per day, and 60.5 percent report experiencing symptoms as a result.

Repealing the 'the crime of fornication' and more unusual bills to...

Capitol Square in Richmond, VA Wednesday, April 20, 2016. The Virginia legislature was meeting to consider vetoes and changes to several bills, among them, one dealing with the death penalty, that the governor sent down.

Burst pipe damages historic tavern frequented by Washington

The city of Alexandria says it is temporarily closing Gadsby's Tavern Museum in the city's Old Town section. City officials say a sprinkler pipe burst Sunday evening.

2 water main breaks leave Alexandria residents dry, some roads blocked new

Some 200 Virginia American Water customers and 29 fire hydrants have no water service Tuesday night, following water main breaks at Janneys Lane and North Quaker Lane, and at Trinity Drive. One lane of North Quaker Lane will be closed to traffic in each direction as crews repair the break.

This morning's fog was a beautiful end to a bitter cold snap

A eerie yet beautiful haze formed over D.C. this morning, signaling the end to a bitter cold snap that lasted weeks and pushed temperatures 20 degrees below normal at its height. But it's over now and along with the fog, the ice will vanish too as temperatures climb to the 60s later this week.

Scalise to undergo surgery as part of recovery from June shooting

House Majority Whip Steve Scalise will undergo a planned surgery on Wednesday as part of his recovery from injuries sustained during a June 2017 shooting that occurred while practicing for the annual congressional baseball game. The Louisiana Republican spoke briefly about his surgery Tuesday morning at a GOP news conference, describing it as something "planned over a month ago" and a "continued part" of his recovery.

Assault charge dropped against former big leaguer Ray Knight

The 64-year-old Knight was charged back in October after police were called to his home in the Alexandria section of Fairfax County for a reported fight with a 33-year-old acquaintance. Both men had visible injuries.

From Dusty Trails to Smart Growth, A Brief History of Richmond Highway, Part Three

Note: This is a multi-part series on the history of roads in Southeast Fairfax County, with a concentration on Richmond Highway. Landscape is a document of shared aspirations, ingenuity, memories and culture of its builders.

Early Bird Rate for the NFAIS Annual Conference Ends Jan. 16

The National Federation of Advanced Information Services announced that Jan. 16, 2018, is the deadline for registering with the Early Bird rate for its 60th annual conference, which will be held Feb. 28March 2 in Alexandria, Va. The theme will be Information Transformation: Open.

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