For a while, we’ve been offering a readers an email newsletter called the ARLnow.com Afternoon Update. We buried the link to the sign-up page because, well, we weren’t thrilled with the functionality. The emails looked kind of sloppy and we couldn’t get it to send at the exact time we wanted to.
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A multi-year legal battle between a family and Arlington Public Schools over the appropriateness of their child’s special education support ended this summer with a decision in APS’s favor, handed down by federal court.
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Arlington Public Schools will require universal masking at the start of the school year, regardless of vaccination status, according to an email to families this morning. The order applies to…