As predicted, the slow news cycle of the last couple weeks reversed this week, with more to cover than time to cover it.
With a County Board meeting this weekend and on Tuesday, and lots going on, next week’s coverage plan is already filled up through Thursday.
But first thing’s first: let’s take a look at the most-read ARLnow articles of the past week.
- Police Arrest Suspect in Restaurant Employee Assault, Possible Hate Crime
- A 22-Year-Old Cat Is in Need of a New Home
- Amazon Reveals New HQ2 Renderings as Hiring Picks Up
- Lines Seen at Numerous Arlington Gas Stations As Governor Declares Emergency
- Wakefield HS Secured After Student Allegedly Made Threats
- Arlington Dad Tells Congress Virtual Instruction Nearly Cost Him His Son
- Ready or Not, the Cicadas Are Here
- Credit Card Theft Victim Arrested After Armed Confrontation
- Potentially Rabid Fox on the Loose Near Lacey Woods Park
- Boston’s Northeastern University Plans Southern Expansion into Rosslyn
Feel free to discuss those stories or anything else of local interest in the comments. Have a nice weekend!
Flickr pool photo by Jenn Vogel