Only a week after election, Vihstadt seeks to halt streetcar funds
Republican Barbara Comstock in the 10th District and Democrat Don Beyer in the 8th District are ahead.
The victim contacted authorities shortly after the assault
Dark-blue northern Virginia attracts many shades of progressives for congressional race.
Arlington and Alexandria approve plans to add about 200 affordable units to the housing stock.
Voters have said they want an independent voice on the board and are frustrated by pricey projects.
The ferry links Alexandria, billed as George Washington’s home town, with memorials and monuments
Voters cite streetcar project, county schools as chief concerns in competitive election.
A special election is being held to fill a seat on the County Board.
Residents at Alexandria’s Hunting Point apartments express anger over the finding of asbestos in their units.
Finance reports suggest that a Republican running Tuesday as an independent could be competitive.
Beyer wins top position in the multi-candidate June 10 Democratic primary.
Howze, Vihstadt both raise about $85,000 in first quarter; County Board election is next Tuesday.
By the time a new Arlington bikeometer was unveiled, more than 600 bicyclists had passed by.
Stephen Holbrook says church forum over public housing proposal left him feeling dirty.
Organizers plan to link Pentagon, Shanksville, World Trade Center sites with 1,000-mile bike trail.
Consultants say the line would bring triple the amount in development than would a better bus-transit system.
A public hearing on next year’s budget draws scores of requests for more spending
Old Dominion Boat Club members agree to $5 million, will rebuild at Beachcombers site.
Public forum set for the primary field of candidates.
Patricia Sullivan seeks out news about Alexandria and Arlington County for the Washington Post. She came to the Post in 2001, editing the local technology page, writing news obituaries, working in the newsroom’s information technology department and covering breaking news. She previously was executive online editor at The Industry Standard in San Francisco, an online editor and online columnist at the San Jose Mercury News, and a reporter at newspapers in Montana, Florida and Illinois. She was a John S. Knight Journalism Fellow at Stanford University in 1992-93.