The biggest news out of Alexandria this week is undoubtedly the opening of the new Potomac Yard Metro station.
The station opened today after years of planning and over a year of delays. But the opening was a grand celebration, with workers who built the structure, elected officials who lobbied for funding, and staffers who planned it mingling and taking a ride to King Street.
But the opening hasn’t cracked ALXnow’s top ten most read for this week yet.
The most-read stories this week were:
- Alexandria teen robbed of his Nike Air Jordans finds alleged suspect wearing them on Instagram
- JUST IN: One person injured in shooting near the Braddock Road Metro station
- Office of Historic Alexandria provides guide to city’s Confederate street names ahead of renaming
- Alexandria City Council unanimously endorses energy plan for former power plant in Old Town North
- Notes: Police investigating dead body found at Landmark storage facility
- No arrest after gun displayed during argument at Potomac Yard Shopping Center
- Notes: Real estate sales declining across Northern Virginia
- ACPS says long lines at high school are part of adjustments to new security measures
- Maryland man busted for allegedly stealing $1,500 in products from Target in Potomac Yard
- City Council approves modifications to Old Town home with strange architectural history
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More details have been released on the method the former general manager of Hank’s Oyster Bar in Old Town used to allegedly steal $600,000 from the company. The 53-year-old former…
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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.
Spring Fling at Rising Sol Yoga School
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