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ARLnow Holiday Weekend Discussion

The long Thanksgiving weekend is here.

If you’re traveling, be careful on the roads, and be aware that lines at Reagan National Airport may be on the long side.

And if you’re staying in the area, remember that the Fashion Centre at Pentagon City will be celebrating Black Friday with various deals, giveaways and long hours.

Before we disappear to eat turkey, let’s take a quick look back at this shortened week.

These were our most read stories:

  1. Protestors Call on Harris Teeter to Improve Access to Emergency Contraception
  2. DEVELOPING: Detectives Investigating Death at Dunkin Donuts
  3. Woodbridge Man Charged with Assaulting Woman in Clarendon
  4. Morning Notes (November 21)
  5. Jumping Joeys Children’s Gym Closed in Virginia Square

And these received the most comments:

  1. Protestors Call on Harris Teeter to Improve Access to Emergency Contraception
  2. Morning Notes (November 21)
  3. Board Approves Reduced Parking Plan at New Buildings Near Metro Stations
  4. Woodbridge Man Charged with Assaulting Woman in Clarendon
  5. Meanwhile in D.C. (November 21)

We’ll be back reporting on Monday, barring any breaking news over the long weekend. In the meantime, feel free to discuss anything of local interest in the comments.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Photo by Twitter user @ZacharyWahl

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