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ALXnow’s top stories this week in Alexandria

It was another busy week in Alexandria.

Our top story was on the dog found dead and wrapped in blankets at N. Armistead Street and Beauregard Street. The Animal Welfare League of Alexandria is offering a reward for information that can lead to the identification of the owner.

This week, the Del Ray Business Association announced that a mayoral debate between Alexandria Mayor Justin Wilson and former Mayor Allison Silberberg will be held on May 12, and a council debate will be held on May 17.

On the coronavirus front, City Council will soon consider a temporary waterfront memorial to honor COVID-19 victims. This week, the city also received a surge of vaccine doses.

We also continued our conversations with City Council candidates by profiling Councilman John Taylor Chapman, Councilwoman Amy Jackson and Kevin Harris.

Other important stories

Top stories

  1. Animal Welfare League of Alexandria seeks public help to identify dead dog
  2. Suspicious voting patterns seen in ALXnow poll on mayoral race
  3. COVID-19 update: Alexandria getting boost of vaccine doses this week
  4. Just In: Man arrested for allegedly grabbing women in Del Ray
  5. Teenagers arrested after 13-year-old girl jumped, gun pointed at her in West End
  6. Council approves roadway conversion at George Washington Masonic National Memorial
  7. Four arrested after juvenile robbed of shoes in West End
  8. JUST IN: Halal slaughterhouse to open in two weeks
  9. Poll: Which mayoral candidate has your vote?
  10. Neighborhood Health vaccinating thousands at sites in Alexandria, Arlington and Fairfax County
  11. Flight attendant Annetta Catchings running for Alexandria mayor as a Republican

Have a safe weekend!

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Time flies when you’re having fun! The T.C. Williams High School Class of 1973 will hold its 50th reunion July 21-23, 2023 in Alexandria. All graduates and their adult nears and dears are welcome. Events include a Friday evening icebreaker, Saturday dinner dance, and a Sunday brunch. For more information: tcwilliams73.com, 770.789.3534.

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Join us for a day of FREE hot yoga. Experience our class styles and meet our teachers. Buy a bite at the Bake Sale to benefit The Carpenter’s Shelter, peruse some special vendors, take advantage of in-person only discounts on

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