Press Club

ARLnow Weekend Discussion

Another week, which included this year’s Fourth of July holiday, is now in the books.

Even better, the weather looks good for the weekend as the rain departs and humidity dies down.

But before that, let’s take a look at our five most popular stories from this week:

  1. Free Ride-Hailing App in Rosslyn-Ballston Corridor Picks Up Steam
  2. Historic Preservationists Say I-66 Project Threatens Highway’s History
  3. Long Bridge Park To Hold Annual July 4th Celebration
  4. Crime Report: Business Burglarized in Ballston
  5. Homeless Population Decreasing Thanks to ‘Housing-First’ Approach

And by popular request, here were the five articles that received the most comments this week:

  1. Progressive Voice: Democrats Need to be More Than Anti-Trump
  2. Morning Notes (July 5)
  3. Morning Notes (July 3)
  4. Historic Preservationists Say I-66 Project Threatens Highway’s History
  5. Morning Poll: Dining Out Less Often?

Feel free to discuss those or anything else of local interest in the comments. Have a great weekend!

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