Your Alexandria Newsletter
City Council Approves Pavilion Entrance at Potomac Yard Station

The pavilion will be funded by a $50 million grant from the Commonwealth of Virginia. The grant is part of the incentive package for Amazon headquarters and Virginia Tech Innovation Campus.

Young Chef and Restaurant Owner, Hugh Fregnan, Loses Battle With Brain Cancer

Fregnan, 45, passed away from glioblastoma (GBM), an aggressive brain cancer, on November 10, 2020.

Holiday Shopping Deals: Visit Alexandria Launches New Promotions

Local independent retailers need support during COVID-19 pandemic.

New COVID-19 Measures Now in Effect in Virginia

Northam: "We are acting now to prevent this health crisis from getting worse."

Virginia’s Natural Bridge Is NOT for Sale, Despite Rumors

Although technically a state park, the Natural Bridge is privately owned by the Virginia Conservation Legacy Fund, Inc., which bought the limestone arch in 2014.

Mount Vernon Hospital Receives Award for Horticulture Therapy Program

The therapy benefits patients in many ways. It can improve memory, help with language skills, and provides the opportunity for socialization.

Letter to the Editor: ‘Why Stream Project Post-Construction Plantings Are Not Ecological Restoration’

On Nov. 14, The Zebra Press received a second letter about the Taylor Run Stream Restoration project.

Alexandria’s Tree Lighting Goes Virtual on Nov. 21

Holding the event virtually will help the city comply with state guidelines in place to limit the spread of the virus.