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Check Out Our Upcoming Sister Site Covering Alexandria

Tysons Reporter will soon have a sister site in Alexandria.

In case you were wondering why former editor Vernon Miles has had fewer and fewer bylines on Tysons Reporter, he is now heading up the team behind ALXnow.

As Washingtonian reported, ALXnow — feel free to call it “Alexandria Now” — will offer “high-tempo online coverage” of “a mix of news about local government, transportation, restaurant openings, and the culture of the neighborhoods it serves.”

Our team is looking forward to providing a fresh look at Alexandria, with more immediate, online-only coverage that is intended for all who live, work or follow happenings in the city. Whether you rent an apartment in Old Town, own a house in the West End, work along Eisenhower Avenue or frequently visit Del Ray, we will be providing coverage that’s relevant and interesting to you.

Make sure to check out the new site when it launches Oct. 1 — the same week as Tysons Reporter’s one-year birthday — for Miles’ witty headlines and detailed civic coverage.

Follow ALXnow.com on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, and sign up for its daily email newsletter here or below.

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