A busy week has has given way to what looks to be a beautiful weekend.
We are grateful this week for the passion of those protesting in Arlington and elsewhere, the medical recovery of long-time ARLnow commenter Flood Czar, and the support of our readers and sponsors — who have propelled our readership to record levels and who have allowed us to stay business through the pandemic with no layoffs.
Now, here are the most-read articles of the week:
- Northern Virginia to Enter ‘Phase 2’ Reopening on Friday
- Ballston Hosting ‘Retro’ Drive-In Movie Showing
- Vice President’s Maskless Visit to Trump HQ in Rosslyn Criticized
- Pupatella Searching for New Arlington Location
- After Lull, A Rise in Coronavirus Cases in Arlington
- Sixty Years Ago, A Two-Week Civil Rights Battle Raged Across Arlington Eateries
- Thousands Participate in Saturday Marches in Arlington
- List: Black-Owned Businesses In Arlington
- More Demonstrations Planned Today in Arlington
- Crash After Police Chase Blocks I-66
Feel free to discuss those and other issues of local interest in the comments.
The U.S. Army Parachute Team "Golden Knights" landed on Summerall Field today to join @UnderSecArmy James E. McPherson and Col. Kimberly Peeples, JBM-HH Garrison Commander, in a cake cutting ceremony celebrating our Army's 245th birthday! (photos by Staff Sgt. Maryam Treece) pic.twitter.com/msy9CyWl6A
— The U.S. Army Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps (@ArmyFifeandDrum) June 12, 2020
Photo courtesy James Mahony
Wakefield High School has reportedly been placed in lockdown amid a report of a trespasser in the school.
A well-regarded corner market in Rosslyn appears to be closed. When ARLnow stopped by Gallery Market & Cafe at 1800 N. Oak Street earlier this week, the lights were off,…
Local residents can now weigh in on the “future of pickleball” at the Walter Reed Community Center. A survey was sent out earlier this week by the Arlington Dept. of…
ARLnow has been hearing for some time that readers are interested in reviews of local restaurants. Just one problem: we’re far from being food critics. And we don’t have the…
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