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ALXnow Weekend Discussion

It was quite a week in Alexandria. The city saw the removal of a controversial Confederate Statue at Prince and Washington Streets, had numerous vigils and demonstrations against police brutality, and weathered more cases of COVID-19.

In the spirit of resting up and looking back at some of the top issues in Alexandria, ALXnow has included some of our top stories.

Here are the top 11 most-read articles this week in Alexandria.

  1. BREAKING: Barricade Situation, Suspect Firing on Police on Main Line Boulevard
  2. BREAKING: Old Town Confederate Statue Removed
  3. Alexandria Now Has 1,974 Cases of COVID-19, No New Deaths
  4. Vigil for George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor in Old Town on Thursday
  5. Protests and Vigils for Racial Justice Planned in Alexandria
  6. Man Robbed of $400 at Gunpoint in Alexandria’s West End
  7. Mayor Wilson: Alexandria Can Honor George Floyd By Fixing Its Inequities
  8. Teen Arrested in Old Town for Weapon Possession and Drug Violation
  9. ACPS Announces Mandatory Summer Learning to Combat COVID-19 Academic Loss
  10. Unemployed Arlandria Mom Makes Ends Meet With El Salvadoran Recipes
  11. Alexandria Now Has 1,960 Cases of COVID-19, City Seeks Feedback on Coronavirus Response

Feel free to discuss those or other topics in the comments. Have a safe weekend!

Staff photo by James Cullum

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