It has been a great 10th anniversary week for ARLnow — thanks again to everyone who came out to celebrate Wednesday night.
The weekend is here and that means a look back at the most-read articles of the past week.
- Local Elementary Student is a Finalist to Name the New Mars Rover
- Authorities Warn of Possible Measles Exposure in Arlington
- Healthy Scratch: Quick End for ‘Dirt’ Eatery?
- Elderly Couple Trying to Find Their Former Dog’s New Owners
- Police Investigating Another Carjacking at Pentagon City Mall
- Man’s Death in Ballston Ruled a Homicide (from Jan. 21)
- Lawmaker Who Wants to Return Arlington to D.C. has I-66 Reverse Toll Bill Rejected
- Pike Pizza Restaurant 1000 Degrees Flames Out
- Alto Fumo in Clarendon Has Closed (updated on Jan. 25)
Feel free to discuss any of those stories, or any other topics of local interest, in the comments. Or, for those so inclined, feel free to come up with your own anniversary party-themed Vern fan fiction (that’s him, in the orange jacket, above).
Have a great weekend!
The University of Virginia is expanding its footprint in Northern Virginia, including its Rosslyn campus. The university currently operates a satellite location of its Darden School of Business in the…
A local park with a popular playground keeps getting vandalized, this time with obscene language and drawings.
From flash floods in Arlington to wildfires on the West Coast, climate change is an increasing threat to life and property. This is not a future problem, but a current crisis. We have only a few years to reverse human-made emissions.
Plans from a local affordable housing nonprofit to redevelop apartments in the Fort Myer Heights neighborhood, near Rosslyn are ready for county and public review.