Here are some of the share-worthy stories from Virginia and DC Patches to talk about tonight:
Alexandria Chef Wins On Episode Of Food Network’s ‘Chopped’
Two chefs from Alexandria restaurants appeared on Food Network’s “Chopped” on Tuesday night, and one pulled off a win.
Virginia Sees 755 New Coronavirus Cases, Positive Rate At 4.5%
The Virginia Department of Health reported 755 new cases of the coronavirus statewide on Wednesday, bringing the cumulative total to 148,271 cases. There have been 3,208 deaths and 11,041 hospitalizations.
Dolcezza Gelato To Remain Open At Mosaic District Amid Closures
Impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic will prompt Dolcezza Gelato to close five locations, but its Mosaic District location is not among them. The owners of Dolcezza, a locally-based gelato and coffee shop, made the announcement on Tuesday.
Ride-Share Driver Attacked, Vehicle Stolen By Passengers
Arlington County Police are investing the robbery and assault of a ride-share driver by his passengers that took place early Tuesday morning on Lee Highway, according to the daily crime report.
Study Names Alexandria Drivers Among Rudest In U.S.
We all have our opinions about drivers on local roads. With high traffic volumes and plenty of major roadways, there’s no escaping the rude habits of drivers in the DC region. But according to a new study, Alexandria drivers are some of the rudest in the nation’s cities.
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This article originally appeared on the Mount Vernon Patch