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No injuries in two-car crash in Old Town — “APD is investigating a two-vehicle crash at North Henry and Cameron Streets that happened around 3:40 pm. One vehicle struck a building at the intersection, causing damage. No injuries reported. That intersection is CLOSED, traffic is being re-routed.” [Twitter]

Missing woman has connections to Alexandria — “MISSING PERSON:: 30-year-old Bridget Nicole Lucas has connections to the Alexandria area. If you have any information, please call the Police non-emergency line at 703-746-4444.” [Twitter]

Emergency Food Distribution this Saturday — “ALIVE! Truck-to-Trunk will distribute emergency groceries for Alexandria residents at two drive-through sites on Saturday, March 27, 8:30-10:30 a.m., in the parking lot of Cora Kelly Elementary School (3600 Commonwealth Ave.) and parking lot B-1 of the Northern Virginia Community College Alexandria Campus (3320 Bisdorf Drive via Dawes Ave.).” [City of Alexandria]

Mark Shiffer taking another crack at City Council — “The list of candidates for the upcoming City Council election is growing longer by the day. Democrat Mark Leo Shiffer, who ran unsuccessfully for a seat in 2018, filed paperwork on Tuesday to run again this year.” [Alexandria Living]

Chamber ALX Welcomes New Board Members — “Stephanie Beyer Kirby of the Beyer Automotive Group will serve as the 2021 Board Chair. Stephanie has served on the Board for five years and has previously served as Chair for the 40 Under 40 Recognition. She also began the Young Leaders Program.” [Zebra]

Today’s weather — “Partly cloudy early. Mostly sunny skies with gusty winds developing later in the day. High near 80F. Winds WSW at 20 to 30 mph… Clear (in the evening). Low 51F. Winds NW at 10 to 20 mph.” [Weather.com]

New job: Home school instructor for teens with autism — “Unspoken Thoughts is a group of instructors from various backgrounds, and we are looking for a new member to join our team, specifically to work one on one with students at their homes in Alexandria City, VA. We teach students with autism and related disorders, using engaging academic lessons, how to communicate using AAC while addressing their motor, behavioral, emotional and developmental challenges.” [Indeed]

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