More than 80 percent of members agree to end decades-old fight by taking $5 million to move.
Money to go for supporting controversial Columbia Pike streetcar, schools, other projects.
Some say expenses imposed by a county board vote will effectively close down the popular events.
Bad behavior, arrests prompt crackdown on drinking events that draw more than 500.
The once-united Arlington County Board splits as the streetcar fight rages on.
Precursor to streetcar line gets underway in Arlington and Alexandria.
The days of quiet, 5-0 votes are gone as Arlington County Board battles over future of Columbia Pike.
County Board to vote on whether to require bar owners to get special permits, pay for police and cleanup.
Democrat ‘Rip’ Sullivan joins call for public vote on Columbia Pike project.
More money allows Arlington, Fairfax to build Columbia Pike transit without using federal funds.
Two debates set for early August; absentee voting starts Monday in 48th District.
Richard Baier plans to leave at the end of August.
Just 12 hours after nomination, call for a debate in Virginia’s District 48 goes out, is answered
Richard “Rob” Sullivan is the Democrats’ pick; David Foster is selected by the GOP.
Frank O’Leary, who’s held office for 30 years, considers County Board run.
With planning director Farol Hamer retiring, here’s what you need to know about Alexandria’s waterfront.
Candidates line up to replace Del. Robert H. Brink, but as the deadline nears, no GOP candidates have filed.
The city’s planning chief reflects on the pressures of making land-use decisions in urban areas.
Parties scramble for nominees; ballot deadline is Monday night for Arlington-McLean district.
The Arlington Democrat, who has served 17 years in the House, will work for the McAuliffe administration.
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.