ALXnow Weekend Discussion

A pair of incidents — racist threats at a local martial arts champion and a man spitting at a local coffee house owner — were the prevailing stories Alexandria.

Alexandria Police told ALXnow that a suspect in the incident was found and taken into custody, but ultimately was not identified and “received services.”

Here are some of the top stories in Alexandria this week:

  1. Customer Spits on Old Town Coffee Shop Owner and Vandalizes Store After Being Asked to Wear a Mask
  2. Muay Thai Champ Gets Racist Threats at Jones Point Park
  3. New Mixed-Use Development Sparks Frustration With Density in Parker-Gray Neighborhood
  4. ACPS Has No Comment on Chief Operating Officer’s Vocal Departure
  5. Man Charged With Multiple Misconduct Counts at Old Town Gas Station
  6. Power Outage Covers Potomac Yard and Parts of Del Ray
  7. Arlington-Based Fitness Studio Coming to Alexandria’s West End
  8. Old Town Garden-Style Apartments to Be Replaced by Multifamily Apartment Complex
  9. Here’s What’s Happening July 4 in Alexandria
  10. Update: Alexandria Now Has 2,380 COVID-19 Cases, No New Deaths
  11. Poor Business Revenue Amid Shutdown Leaves Alexandria Government With Empty Pockets

Photo via Abyssinia Market and Coffee House/Facebook

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