It has been a busy week for news in Arlington.
There have been an abundance of crime reports, plenty coming out of the County Board’s two meetings, and a pair of school stories of note. But perhaps no story will have a bigger impact on Arlington over the next few months is the rise in coronavirus cases.
We’ll see what happens with the numbers next week, ahead of Thanksgiving weekend. Either way, it’s looking like we’re going to have a long, eventful winter ahead of ourselves.
Here are the most-read stories of the past week on ARLnow:
- Northam Announces New Coronavirus Restrictions in Virginia (Nov. 13)
- George Floyd Reference in Science Question Prompts Controversy at H-B Woodlawn
- Coronavirus Cases, Positivity Rate Soaring in Arlington
- Police Searching for Suspect Near Rosslyn
- Video: Spotted Deer Going Buck Wild on Williamsburg Blvd
- Holiday Wreath Event Back on at Arlington National Cemetery
- Ask Eli: What Joe Biden’s Tax Plan Means for Real Estate
- Heritage Brewing Has Closed in Clarendon
- Locals Imagine New Life for Lonely Halls of Crystal City Underground
- State Police Investigating Gun Battle on I-395
Feel free to discuss any of that, or anything else of local interest, in the comments. Have a nice weekend!