This column was submitted by Del. Paul Krizek (D-44), and does not necessarily represent the views of Covering The Corridor. While you are celebrating the 242nd anniversary of
Fairfax County officials briefed residents June 6 on the Huntington Levee’s progress, telling them that the project is now more than 75 percent done.
The following incidents from the Mount Vernon police district were reported in Friday's Fairfax County Police blotter.
Rep. Don Beyer and State Sen. Scott Surovell will both be attending a protest this weekend held by friends and family of Bijan Ghaisar, who was shot by
Supervisor Dan Storck encourages residents to engage in the community in order to strengthen bonds, enlighten perspectives and knit new relationships.
Supervisor Jeff McKay writes that the decision by two state lawmakers to force funding for Metro maintenance to come from existing road funds has created another headache for
A large crowd packed the Mount Vernon Governmental Center on Wednesday night and insisted that the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority fund several Richmond Highway area projects.
Alexandria's city manager has recommended "Richmond Highway" become the new moniker for the stretch of U.S. 1 near Potomac Yard currently named after Jefferson Davis.
Public officials are urging Richmond Highway-area residents to attend upcoming community meetings about Northern Virginia road-funding, including a meeting Wednesday at the Mount Vernon Government Center.
Residents of Lorton packed the local Moose Lodge last Thursday for an at-times contentious community meeting about the new Lorton Community Center.