Press Club

ARLnow Weekend Discussion

Arlington County Board members pose with honored citizens on Sept. 27, 2016

It’s been an exceptionally rainy end to the week, but sunshine and pleasant fall-like temperatures are around the corner.

On balance September has been a slow month news-wise in Arlington. One would think that school starting and everyone returning from their summer vacations would make for a busier month. However, our records over the past five years show that September has traditionally been a slow month, with few big traffic spikes from big stories.

Slow news periods usually don’t last too long in Arlington. October, we expect, will see a return of a faster-paced local news cycle.

Feel free to discuss the rain or any other topic of local interest in the comments.

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