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