• ARCHIVES (Current Year)

  • Bishop\'s Events Run for the Wounded Warrior Project

    100% of Profit Goes to Send Kids to Camp

    100% of Profit Goes to Send Kids to Camp

    First Night Alexandria New Years 2017-18

Business

Virginia Health Information Releases 2017 Industry Report; Compare Virginia’s Health Care Providers Performance

November 23, 2017

Virginia Health Information has published its 2017 report on the efficiency and productivity of hospitals and nursing homes

Read More »

Inventory Declines While Sales Increase In Northern Virginia

November 22, 2017

Homebuyers continued to find fewer homes and higher prices than they would have a year ago in Northern Virginia in October, a trend that is expected to continue into the next year. The Northern Virginia market includes the city of Alexandria along with Arlington, Fairfax, Loudoun and Prince William counties.

Read More »

Reproaction Demands Harris Teeter End Patronizing Emergency Contraception Policy

November 21, 2017

On Monday, Nov. 20, Reproaction - a direct action group recently formed to increase access to abortion and advance reproductive justice – took action to demand Harris Teeter sell Plan B One Step on the shelf where it belongs.

Read More »

Alexandria Announces Bigger-Than-Ever Small Business Saturday

November 17, 2017

Alexandria’s Small Business Saturday on Nov. 25 is bigger than ever in the D.C. region’s Shop Small headquarters. More than 50 independently owned boutiques in Old Town Alexandria and Del Ray will offer special in-store activities.

Read More »

Alexandria Offers Black Friday Steals & Deals At More Than 50 Stores

November 17, 2017

Alexandria’s alternative Black Friday experience features more than 50 independent boutiques kicking off the holiday shopping season on Friday, Nov. 24. Stores in Old Town Alexandria and Del Ray have one-of-a-kind deals on designer and coveted merchandise, including home décor, chic fashions, gourmet food, classic toys and gifts for dogs.

Read More »

American Institutes For Research To Invest $12.5 Million, Add 320 New Jobs In Arlington County

November 16, 2017

Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced that the American Institutes for Research, one of the world’s largest behavioral and social science research and evaluation organizations, will invest $12.5 million to relocate its major operations from Washington, DC to Arlington County. The project will create 320 jobs at their new location in Crystal City.

Read More »

Union Street Public House Launches 1986 – The Whiskey Bar

November 16, 2017

What is the Old Town drinking scene missing? If you ask Union Street Public House patrons, it’s a bar dedicated to all things whiskey.

Read More »

Airports Authority Board Of Directors Elects New Officers For 2018

November 16, 2017

The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority board of directors elected Warner H. Session to serve as its next chairman and Earl Adams Jr. to serve as vice chairman at its meeting Wednesday.

Read More »

Mike Stewart Appointed Vice President And Airport Manager For Dulles International Public Affairs

November 16, 2017

The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority named Mike Stewart as vice president and airport manager for Washington Dulles International Airport at Wednesday’s monthly meeting of the board of directors.

Read More »

Alexandria’s Silverback Strategies Lands On 2017 Ad Age Best Places To Work List

November 15, 2017

Silverback Strategies, a performance marketing agency in Alexandria, Virginia, was one of 50 U.S. advertising and marketing companies included on the prestigious 2017 Ad Age Best Places to Work list, released on Nov. 13, by the industry’s leading publication. Silverback was 25th overall and was the DC region’s highest-ranked company.

Read More »
Page 1 of 23:1 2 3 4 » Last »