Another day, another week, and before you know it, it’s Friday again.
It’s been a busy week for news in this here 26 square miles. This week we’ve seen a Yorktown high schooler gain fame for his award-winning painting of immigrant children holding a “Bring Back Our Mom.” The artwork won a Congressional art competition. His prize? Getting to hang the painting in the U.S. Capitol.
Commonwealth’s Attorney candidate Parisa Dehghani Tafti also sparked a heated debate after accusing incumbent prosecutor Theo Stamos of not punishing instances of “police brutality” — an accusation several public safety groups denounced.
Speaking of public safety, today Arlington’s annual law enforcement memorial service was held in Courthouse.
Here are a few other articles from around town you might have missed this week.
- Civic Federation Approves Nauck Name Change
- Arlington Officials Say VDOT Isn’t Doing Enough to Enforce I-66 HOV Rules
- Indian-Italian Fusion Pizza Chain Coming to Lee Highway
- New Luxury Apartment Tower in Ballston Aims at 2020 Opening
- Developer to Build Seven Townhouses in Courthouse, Demolish House
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