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ARLnow Holiday Weekend Discussion

It’s perhaps the least-celebrated federal holiday at this point, but Columbus Day — also known as Indigenous Peoples’ Day — is still an off day for many.

After a long, pandemic summer, we’re giving our staff the day off, so ARLnow will be operating on a reduced publishing schedule on Monday. We trust that you’ll use the extra day for an even more substantive and civil discussion of local issues in the comments. 😉

Here are the most-read Arlington articles of the past week:

  1. You Can Now “Sip and Stroll” in Parts of Shirlington
  2. Amazon Donating $1 Million to Arlington and Alexandria Schools
  3. Arlington Public Schools Proposes New Elementary School Boundaries
  4. Hotel Near Rosslyn Has Closed, Ahead of Apartment Conversion
  5. New Report Shows Route 1 in Crystal City as a Tree-Lined Urban Boulevard
  6. Health Dept. Reports Spike in Local Coronavirus Cases
  7. Commonwealth’s Attorney Creates Community Advisory Board
  8. Arlington Dems Decry Campaign Sign Vandalism
  9. Arlingtonians Rally to Support Old Dominion Cleaners, Raise $15K
  10. Animal Welfare League Reports Fourth Recent Dog Abandonment Case
  11. New APS Enrollment Figures Show More Than 1,000 Fewer Students Than Last Year
  12. New Video Tackles Arlington’s History of Race and Housing

Have a great holiday weekend!

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