It was another busy week in Arlington, but one bit of good news held up for the entire week: Arlington’s coronavirus prognosis continues to look good.
With relatively few new infections and an improving local economic outlook, there’s reason for optimism. But as Texas and Florida shows, there remains a possibility that the virus could come back and disrupt Arlington’s economy anew.
That’s all the more reason to wear a mask while indoors in a public place or outdoors in a crowd.
Here are the most-read ARLnow articles of the past week:
- County Manager’s Memo Regarding Removal of Black Lives Matter Chalk Art
- Va. Attorney General Sues Advanced Towing
- Virginia to Enter ‘Phase 3’ Reopening Next Week
- APS to Propose Students Spending Two Days in Classrooms Per Week
- Arlingtonians Seem To Be Encountering Snakes More Often, But Locals Shouldn’t Be Rattled
- ‘Black Lives Matter’ Sign in Front of Church Vandalized
- Signature Theatre Denies Sexual Assault Allegation Against Co-Founder
- Gas Station Carjacking Leads to Arrest
- As Arlington Coronavirus Metrics Hit Fresh Lows, a Nervous Calm
- Morning Poll: Time to Rename Lee Highway?
Feel free to discuss those or any other topics of local interest in the comments. Have a nice weekend!
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