It’s been a busy week here and, frankly, we’re all exhausted.
That being said, let’s get right to the most-read Arlington articles of the week.
- Baltimore Ravens Player Arrested in Arlington
- Wakefield HS Football Players Called Racial Slurs During Recent Game, APS Says
- Proposed Pedestrian Bridge from Crystal City to DCA Set for Next Stage
- Arlington Drops to No. 2 on ‘Best Cities to Live’ List
- Mom’s Pizza on Columbia Pike Closing This Summer After 32 Years
- As Va. Transitions to Next Vaccination Phase, Arlington Still Working Through Current Group
- Here’s How Your Tax Dollars Are Spent in Arlington County
- Courthouse ‘Landmark’ Block Redevelopment Set for County Board Vote
- Portion of GW Parkway to Close This Weekend for Removal of Crashed Cars
Feel free to discuss those stories, or any other topics of local interest, in the comments. Hope you enjoy the sunny weekend weather!
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