Press Club

Morning Notes

County Officials Defend Amazon FOIA Deal — “The Arlington government’s top attorney says there’s nothing improper about part of the county’s incentive deal with Amazon that gives the company notice of Virginia Freedom of Information Act filings related to the agreement.” [InsideNova]

Pedestrian Struck in Virginia Square — Police, firefighters responded to a pedestrian struck by a vehicle on Wilson Blvd at N. Oakland Street Tuesday morning. The vehicle was turning and struck the pedestrian, who suffered minor injuries, we’re told. In Arlington, pedestrian-involved crashes like this are common, occurring almost every day, though most — like this incident — result in non-life-threatening injuries to the victim. [Twitter]

Smoke Fills Lee Highway Building — Firefighters responded to an under-construction commercial building on the 5800 block of Lee Highway yesterday afternoon to investigate smoke in the building. It was determined that the smoke came from a malfunctioning HVAC unit. [Twitter]

Recent Stories

A new program seeks to increase equity in Arlington by planting more trees in certain neighborhoods. The local non-profit EcoAction Arlington announced that it’s starting the “Tree Canopy Equity Program”…

More than 2,000 Dominion customers are still without power after two strong storms knocked down trees and power lines Sunday.

Morning Notes

County Board’s APS Covid Concern — “Is the Arlington school system inadvertently encouraging parents to not report COVID-like symptoms among students? That’s the concern of a number of County Board…

Update at 10 a.m. — More than 2,000 Dominion customers are still without power in Arlington. Update at 11 p.m. — The number of Dominion customers still in the dark…

×

Subscribe to our mailing list