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ARLnow Weekend Discussion

It’s a warm end to what started as a cold week.

With summer knocking on the door, there is a sense of both hope and foreboding in the air. We might be getting close to a gradual return to normal life, at last, but what if things go horribly wrong?

Via Twitter, here’s a scene tonight that probably doesn’t portend good things:

Ultimately, there is no crystal ball to tell us how things will turn out — we’ll just have to take it one day at a time, as we’ve been doing for the past two months.

One thing we are able to state with certainty: the most-read articles on ARLnow over the past week.

  1. Governor Allowing N. Va. to Reopen After Memorial Day
  2. Arlington Asks for Pause on N. Va. Reopening Amid One-Week Slowdown in New Cases
  3. APS Preparing for Possibility of Virtual Classes in the Fall
  4. Six Additional Coronavirus Deaths in Arlington Reported Overnight
  5. County Board Considers Mask Mandate but Hamstrung by Dillon Rule
  6. Police Investigating Suspicious Death Near Ballston
  7. Walk-In COVID-19 Clinic to Open on Columbia Pike Tomorrow
  8. Zip Code Data Shows Elevated Case Level Along Columbia Pike
  9. APS Class Sizes Will Increase by One in the Fall

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

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