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ALXnow’s top stories this week in Alexandria

Last week’s murder of an Alexandria City High School student was still the top story this week, with one teenager arrested on Wednesday and charged with murder.

Also this week: Dominion Energy also said that widespread undergrounding in Alexandria would be too expensive despite calls from city leaders to look into it more.

On the bright side: Taste of Del Ray is back today.

Top stories

  1. BREAKING: 16-year-old arrested and charged with murder after fatal stabbing at Bradlee Shopping Center
  2. Friends of victim say police didn’t do enough to prevent fatal stabbing at Bradlee Shopping Center
  3. JUST IN: Short-staffed Alexandria Police Department to reduce service to public
  4. Dominion Power says ‘outlandish cost’ prevents city-wide power line undergrounding in Alexandria
  5. Superintendent tells School Board to not talk to media about fatal stabbing of student
  6. Police say they’re not at fault in response to fatal stabbing at Bradlee Shopping Center
  7. Police were at the Bradlee Shopping Center before teenager was fatally stabbed
  8. JUST IN: Severe thunderstorm warning and flood watch issued for Alexandria
  9. City officials say out of date West End and Beauregard Street plans need to be reworked
  10. Security and schedule changes take effect at Alexandria City High School after fatal stabbing

Recent Stories

Ting Internet started providing some long-awaited competition to Comcast in parts of Alexandria earlier this year, now the company says it’s expanding to central Alexandria soon. Catharine Rice, community engagement…

Alexandria Police Department Captain Courtney Ballantine just spent 10 weeks at the FBI National Academy, and spoke with ALXnow about his experience. Over the summer, Ballantine lived in a dorm…

Arlington calls for aid, and Alexandria will answer. Alexandria’s City Council is scheduled to vote at a meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 26, to support neighboring Arlington’s funding application for an…

Dylan, the best-selling luxury condominiums in the Metro Washington area is now delivering, with three beautiful new models to tour. You’re invited to a Grand Opening Event at Dylan on…

Are you ready for a family frolic in front of the lens? Look no further! Our Mini Photo Sessions are here, and they’re filled with laughter, wagging tails, and unforgettable moments.

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This week, we are thrilled to welcome Jane Lowery to our women’s therapy practice. Jane specializes in grief+loss therapy and she’s forming a support group for young adults who have lost a parent.

Grief work is personal for Jane. She’s a host with The Dinner Party, a national non-profit reducing the isolation & stigma for grieving 20 & 30-something’s with live and virtual sit-down dinners.

Jane is a graduate of Northwestern University’s Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. Prior to becoming a therapist, she worked for over 10 years in technology philanthropy. Jane obtained her bachelor’s in American Studies from George Washington University.

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Made in Alexandria Fall Makers’ Market

The Made in ALX Fall Makers’ Market at Port City Brewing Co. in Alexandria is set for Sunday, Sept. 24!

This is the fall’s most fun sip-and-shop, featuring craft beer from the award-winning Port City Brewing Co. along with food,

2023 Alexandria Fall Festival

Food trucks, bounce houses, pony rides, magic shows and more at the 2023 Alexandria Fall Festival, an Alexandria Living event presented by The Patterson Group. Join us at River Farm on Sunday, Nov. 5 from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.


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