A busy weekend of fall events is on tap, as Nats fans prepare for the team’s first World Series appearance in generations.
With the NLCS afterglow still strong, the #2 story on our list of the most-read stories of the week should be no surprise.
- Police Investigating Shooting in Green Valley
- Anthony Rendon Drops By Clarendon Silver Diner After NLCS Win
- New Harris Teeter on Columbia Pike Opening Next Week
- Giant ‘Baby Trump’ Balloon to Headline Impeachment Rally in Courthouse
- Roasted Corn Stand “Shuck Shack” Opens in Pentagon City Mall
- Developer Skanska Buys Former Arlington Funeral Home Site in Va. Square
- Lebanese Taverna Coming to Ballston
- Java Shack to Close Unless Buyer Can Be Found
- Arlington E-CARE Event Returning This Weekend
Feel free to discuss these stories or any other topics of local interest in the comments. Have a great weekend!
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