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ARLnow Weekend Discussion

Another week is in the books, and we’re now seven days closer to 2020 mercifully coming to a close.

It’s been another busy week in Arlington, and with a County Board week upcoming, it might not be until just before Christmas that the news finally slows down around here.

Here are the most-read local stories that made waves this week:

  1. Spotted: A Couple on an Elaborate Date at Gravelly Point
  2. Man Arrested for 30-Year-Old Rape Cold Cases
  3. Court Docs: Metro Station Manager Beat Coworker for Helping Customer
  4. Specialty Grocery Store and Beloved NYC Bakery Filling Open Retail Space in Crystal City
  5. Metroway is on the Chopping Block as WMATA Eyes Bus Cuts in Budget Proposal
  6. New School Boundaries Draw Mixed Responses Ahead of Vote This Week
  7. Walk-Up Testing Hours Expanded As County Caseload Remains High
  8. Those To-Go Coffee Cups Are Not Recyclable in Arlington
  9. Soldiers, Not Volunteers, to Lay Wreaths at Cemetery This Year

Feel free to discuss those, or any other topics of local interest, in the comments section. Stay dry tonight and have a nice weekend!

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