Memorial Day weekend is finally here. We hope you enjoy a well-deserved relaxing weekend.
The reason for the holiday, however, is to remember those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. Arlington, of course, is home to the Pentagon, the Air Force Memorial and Arlington National Cemetery, making Memorial Day a particularly poignant occasion here.
Among those traveling to Arlington to mark the holiday are the motorcycle riders of Rolling Thunder, who are expected to rumble into town en masse today, and a group of Vietnam War vets who are getting a police escort on I-66 tomorrow morning.
There may be traffic disruptions and some extra noise, but on a weekend like this our out of town guests should be welcomed with open arms.
With that, feel free to discuss Memorial Day or any other issue of local interest in the comments.
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