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ARLnow Weekend Discussion

It promises to be a busy weekend in Arlington County, with Clarendon Day and the Prio Bangla multicultural street festival both set for Saturday.

Also of note: Clarendon Day’s traditional 5K and 10K races down Wilson Blvd will take place on Sunday. Those in the area can expect significant road closures.

These were our top five most read stories this week:

  1. Man Stabbed ‘Multiple Times’ Along N. Glebe Road
  2. Silver Diner Coming to Ballston
  3. Gas Station Targeted By Credit Card Skimmers Again
  4. Arlington Allocates $100,000 for Legal Aid to Immigrants Facing Deportation
  5. Bed and Breakfast Plan Denied for ‘Pershing Manor’ Mansion

And these received the most comments:

  1. Arlington Allocates $100,000 for Legal Aid to Immigrants Facing Deportation
  2. Jesse Jackson to Visit Nauck Today
  3. Peter’s Take: Board Wisely Rejects Staff Proposal on Williamsburg Field Lights
  4. Morning Notes (September 21)
  5. Letter: ‘Pet of the Week’ Should Not Glorify Bad Dog Behavior

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

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