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ALXnow’s top stories this week in Alexandria

It’s been a rough couple of days for Alexandria City High School.

The school lost its varsity boys basketball coach yesterday when he resigned. He was suspended earlier in the week after a brawl during a game with Wakefield. Threats against the school were investigated earlier this week, and today the Minnie Howard campus was locked down following a bomb threat.

The city also had its second murder of the year. A woman was found dead in her apartment, and a medical examiner later ruled the cause of death as a homicide. Her name is being withheld.

All-in-all, pretty glum as far as top stories roundups go. If you want a positive palette cleanser: an ACHS senior, Abdelraman Aboud Abdelsadig, won a $300,000 scholarship to attend Colby College in Maine.

Top Stories

  1. JUST IN: Banana Republic and Gap Outlet closing in Old Town on January 24
  2. Alexandria police investigating possible home invasion robbery
  3. ACPS says snow days may be a thing of the past in Alexandria
  4. Man shot near Braddock Road Metro Sunday night
  5. West End home invasion suspects captured on video, police investigating
  6. APD: 23-year-old woman murdered in the West End
  7. JUST IN: The Sushi Bar closing in Del Ray, reopening soon as Christmas-themed pop-up bar
  8. Juvenile charged with felonious assault after man stabbed in Landmark area parking lot
  9. PHOTOS: The Scottish Christmas Walk Parade in Old Town
  10. Torpedo Factory overhaul gets a price tag and timeline

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