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ARLnow Weekend Discussion

It’s been another busy week in Arlington, but before we get to our most popular stories, let’s take a look at some you may have missed.

Officials broke ground on a new affordable housing complex on Columbia Pike, a driver busted a Shirlington bus stop and the long-anticipated Stageplate Bistro is set to open in the coming weeks. Meanwhile, Adam Roosevelt is preparing to make a run at the House of Delegates and private investigation firm Trustify is adding 184 new jobs in its Crystal City office.

These were the five most-viewed stories this week:

  1. UPDATED: Two Found Dead in East Falls Church Home in Apparent Murder-Suicide
  2. How Arlington’s Public Schools Rank
  3. Growing Up in Arlington: A Perspective
  4. Tara Temple Thai Restaurant Closed in Ballston
  5. County Exploring Telling Homeowners About Issues That Prevent Tear-Downs

And these received the most comments this week:

  1. Local Lawmakers Condemn Senate’s Move Towards Obamacare Repeal
  2. How Arlington’s Public Schools Rank
  3. Morning Poll: Which New Bar/Restaurant Are You Most Looking Forward To?
  4. County Exploring Telling Homeowners About Issues That Prevent Tear-Downs
  5. Morning Notes (July 26)

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

Recent Stories

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Morning Notes

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