ARLnow Weekend Discussion

The last full week in July is coming to a close and a warm but relatively pleasant weekend is on tap.

It has been a busy week at ARLnow — a week we announced a new readership record and three new hires. (Technically, thanks to strong readership yesterday, our trailing 30-day traffic is now up to 1.415 million pageviews, another new record.)

Here are the top six most-read articles we published on this busy week.

  1. Officials Warn of Foodborne Illness Outbreak in Arlington and N. Va.
  2. A Bridge Too Far: The Dating Divide Between D.C. People And Arlingtonians
  3. Missing Man Found Dead in Arlington Was a Career Center Employee
  4. Arlington Brothers Save Child from Drowning in Ireland
  5. JBG Smith Unveils New Expansion Plan for RiverHouse Property Near Amazon HQ2
  6. Columbia Pike Dry Cleaner Closing Leaves Customers Hanging

Feel free to discuss these stories or any other topics of local interest in the comments. Have a nice weekend!

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