Christy Goodman
Reporter

Christy Goodman covers the City of Alexandria and Arlington County. Christy is a native of Southern Maryland and has a degree in journalism from New York University. She started her career as a reporter for a series of community newspapers covering Brooklyn, Staten Island and Queens in New York City. She returned to D.C. to work for The Washington Examiner and joined The Washington Post staff in 2006. She also has covered local news in Southern Maryland, Prince William County and Manassas for The Post.

Latest by Christy Goodman

Stamos considered front-runner in commonwealth’s attorney race

Stamos considered front-runner in commonwealth’s attorney race

Theo Stamos, 53, current chief deputy commonwealth’s attorney in Arlington, is the front-runner in the Arlington County commonwealth’s attorney race.

Arlington, Alexandria school overcrowding alleviated

Arlington and Alexandria add classrooms — and entirely new schools — to handle additional children this school year.

New task force will manage traffic at Mark Center

New task force will manage traffic at Mark Center

As federal employees began moving to the massive new complex in Alexandria, a new task force will manage traffic and coordinate transit options, Virginia Gov. Robert F. McDonnell said.

Mark Center traffic task force created

Gov. Bob McDonnell (R) announced a regional task force to manage traffic and construction projects at the Mark Center in Alexandria as the first Defense employees begin moving in.