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How to Bolster Public Housing in Alexandria?

ARHA, city weighs new HUD option to unlock private financing.

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‘Potentially a Disaster’ in Alexandria?

Council fears extended Metro shutdown economic impact.

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High School Expansion: Next in Alexandria

School system takes steps toward honing final plan, due September.

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At Budget Finish Line in Alexandria

Council negotiates final budget nickels and dimes.

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Tree Only a Memory, But Supporters Remain in Arlington

Just one battle in the fight to save tree canopy.

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Meals Tax Increase is On the Menu in Herndon

Town Council votes down opposition.

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Who Best Represents Public Housing Residents in Alexandria?

Recent council appointment raises question about who gets to pick, and how.

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TC Lights Lawsuit Will Go to Trial

Judge overrules city’s request to dismiss residents’ case.

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Virginia Trails Nation in Placing Foster Children with Relatives

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Green Late Deal in Alexandria

Broken promises and missed deadlines plague Eco-City Alexandria.

Alexandria adopted its Eco-City charter with great fanfare in 2008 along with a promise: The charter would be renewed in a decade. That deadline has now come and gone with no plans to update it. In 2009, members of the City Council approved an Eco-City action plan along with another promise: It would be renewed in five years. Once again, city officials breezed through that deadline.

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Protestors: ‘Resign Ralph!’

Fairfax NAACP and others gather to demand resignation of Gov. Ralph Northam, who was a “no-show” at the event.

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