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ALXnow’s top stories this week in Alexandria

Another week down at ALXnow. Intrepid reporter James Cullum has been out on vacation so it’s been an exhausting one-man show, but we made it to Friday.

The top story this week was a new Metal Supermarkets opening just west of the city.

Also sneaking into the top ten was the announcement yesterday that Deputy City Manager Laura Triggs, who has been in that role since 2014, will resign at the start of September to focus on career coaching.

  1. Metal Supermarkets opening just outside Alexandria
  2. Maryland man pleads guilty to involuntary manslaughter for Arlandria pedestrian death
  3. Alexandria Mayor outlines city strategies on fighting cut-through traffic
  4. Poll: How do you feel about Alexandria going back to regulating sidewalk usage for restaurants
  5. Landmark demolition closes DASH transit center
  6. Campagna Kids counselor charged with sexually assaulting a child
  7. Alexandria Restaurant Week returns this month with new dining and pricing options
  8. Alexandria’s Katrina Hill wins Jeopardy, competes again tonight
  9. Deputy City Manager Laura Triggs to resign next month
  10. Poll: How important is the Alexandria/Fairfax distinction to you?