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Morning Notes

Local leaders weigh in on Russian invasion of Ukraine — “Lawmakers and other local leaders and organizations are weighing in on the Russian invasion of Ukraine.” [ARLnow]

Atrium building renovation finished — “The renovation of the Atrium Building – a five story office building in the heart of Old Town, has been completed” [Zebra]

Old Town boutique Periwinkle to close — “Owner Elizabeth Mason is retiring — but not before hosting one last big sale.” [Alexandria Living Magazine]

City Council approves loan for Arlandria affordable housing — “City Council unanimously approved a $10.5 million loan to help fund the first phase of development on the Alexandria Housing Development Corporation’s Mount Vernon Avenue-Glebe Road affordable housing project…” [Alexandria Times]

Recent Stories

A 37-year-old Maryland man is being held without bond after allegedly sexually assaulting a girl younger than 13 years old in the Braddock area. The incident occurred at around 9…

Morning Notes

Local non-profits donate school supplies — “On Wednesday May 18, 2022, the entrance of Francis C. Hammond Middle School was flooded with backpacks of school, hygiene, and arts and crafts supplies.”…

Alexandria’s Part 1 crime rate is up, and it’s mostly due to an increase in larcenies and thefts from cars. Police released the city’s Part 1 crime statistics for 2022…

Terrier mix Carlie might be a handful, but she makes up for it with positive energy. The three-year-old’s adoption fees have also been pre-paid by a generous donor, and the…

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