Crime, hazardous weather, debates over city transportation policy: it’s another week down in Alexandria.
With courts being back in session, news coverage of trials and convictions is back in full swing with the sentencing of a local teen who murdered a young couple that gave him a ride to southern Virginia and a pastor’s wife who had money laundering added to earlier fraud convictions.
What stories impacted you this week? Let us know in the comments.
Here are our top stories this week in Alexandria.
- Eisenhower’s ‘Too Expensive to Cancel’ Project Moves Forward This Month
- Francesca’s Permanently Closed in Old Town
- Alexandria Pastor’s Wife Pleads Guilty to Money Laundering Scheme
- Landmark Transit Hub Tops List of Alexandria’s Transportation Priorities
- City Council and Developers Clash Over Last Minute Changes to Affordable Housing Requirement
- New Oakville Triangle Plan Sails Through City Council Approval
- Southern Towers Residents Protest Eviction Amid Pandemic
- Man Robbed at Gunpoint on Duke Street Tuesday Night
- Man Hospitalized After Fall at Eisenhower Rock Climbing Gym Sportrock
- Winter Weather Advisory Issued Ahead of Expected Snowfall Tomorrow
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