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City of Alexandria government offices and facilities, including courts, will open on time on Wednesday as the city continues to recover from Hurricane Sandy.
A Coastal Flood Warning ...
Capital Bikeshare is back in operation in Alexandria, but stations at Prince and Union streets remain closed because of flooding related to Hurricane Sandy.
The entire Capital Bikesh...
More free sandbags are available on Tuesday.
The city is distributing them through 6 p.m. at Market Square, in front of City Hall at 301 King St.
There is a limit of five bags p...
A look at some of the damage in Alexandria following Hurricane Sandy.
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Alexandria city officials are dealing with downed trees and power lines in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
Luckily, the storm caused no fatalities or injuries in the city, said cit...
The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority announced Tuesday morning it would restore rail and bus service at 2 p.m., with trains and buses operating on a Sunday schedule.
City of Alexandria officials are urging people to stay indoors Tuesday as downed trees are removed, downed power lines are restored and emergency responders monitor flooding in the city f...