• ARCHIVES (Current Year)

  • ARCHIVES (Past Years)

Top Stories

MScott Berkowitz Named Jefferson-Houston Principal

May 24, 2018

Alexandria City Public Schools Interim Superintendent Lois F. Berlin has appointed MScott Berkowitz, a former instructional coach at George Washington Middle School and current resident principal in DC Public Schools, as principal of Jefferson-Houston PreK-8 School. Berkowitz will start in the role on July 1.

Read More »

Alexandria Police Department Announces Decrease In Reported Part I Crimes In 2017

May 24, 2018

The Alexandria Police Department today announced that the total of reported Part I crime decreased 13% in Alexandria for calendar year 2017 versus 2016. All but one type of reported Part I crimes in Alexandria dropped in 2017, including homicide, rape, robbery, larceny, and auto theft. The only increase was seen in aggravated assaults.

Read More »

Attorney General Appoints Zachary Terwilliger Interim U.S. Attorney

May 24, 2018

Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced today the appointment of G. Zachary Terwilliger as Interim United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia, pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 546, effective May 25.

Read More »

Former Medical Assistant Pleads Guilty To Distributing Oxycodone

May 22, 2018

A Woodbridge woman pleaded guilty today in federal court in Alexandria, VA, to conspiring with others to distribute oxycodone. Tatiana Bailey, 31, was employed as a medical assistant at INOVA Bariatric Surgery Medical Practice from at least February 2015 to October 2015, where she had access to blank prescriptions. 

Read More »

Colombian Cocaine Trafficker Pleads Guilty For Role In 490-Kilogram Seizure

May 22, 2018

A Colombian national, Marco Antonio Robayo Barbosa, 64, pleaded guilty today in federal court in Alexandria, VA, to his involvement in trafficking 490 kilograms of cocaine bound for the United States from Colombia.

Read More »

City Of Alexandria Provides Overview Of Potomac Yard Metrorail Station Design Change Process

May 22, 2018

The City of Alexandria is providing the following overview of the process leading to changes in the design of the new, $320 million Potomac Yard Metrorail Station, including the City's participation in the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority’s confidential procurement process.

Read More »

95 Express Lanes Offer Travel Tips For Memorial Day Weekend And Launch Summer Reversal Schedule

May 21, 2018

D.C. area drivers should expect heavy traffic on the 95 Express Lanes later this week, according to Transurban, operator of the 495 and 95 Express Lanes, as travelers take to the road for the Memorial Day holiday. 

Read More »

GW School Resource Officer Charged After Discharge Of Weapon

May 21, 2018

On May 21, 2018, Carl Savoy, 27, a five-year veteran of the Alexandria Police Department, was indicted by a Grand Jury related to the March 13, 2018, incident where he fired his service weapon inside George Washington Middle School. No one was injured in the incident.

Read More »

City Of Alexandria Responds To Freight Train Derailment

May 19, 2018

The Alexandria Fire Department is on the scene of a CSX freight train derailment in the Eisenhower corridor. Approximately 30 train cars came off the tracks shortly after 7 a.m., apparently due to a partial railway bridge collapse. There are no reported injuries. The train was not carrying ethanol. The derailed train cars did not contain hazardous cargo.

Read More »

Jury Convicts Cyber-Criminal Of Operating Counter Antivirus Service

May 17, 2018

A federal jury in Alexandria, VA, convicted a Latvian “non-citizen,” meaning a citizen of the former USSR who had been residing in Riga, Latvia, of three counts related to his operation of “Scan4you,” an online counter antivirus service that helped computer hackers to determine whether the computer viruses and other malicious software they created would be detected by antivirus software.

Read More »
Page 1 of 19:1 2 3 4 » Last »