One moment you’re going on a last-minute-before-the-rain run, the next a Tornado Warning is sounding and you’re grabbing your laptop to report on a story that Arlington will remember for years to come.
Such is how this week concluded, with an honest-to-goodness twister touching down two blocks south of Arrowine and cutting a path of mild-to-moderate destruction until it finally lifted just south of the White House.
When you’re personally interested in something, you tend the pour yourself into reporting stories about it. Thank you for the kind words about our coverage, Arlington, and thank you to Bill Paxton and Helen Hunt for inspiring some detailed on-the-ground storm reporting 25 years later.
Below are our most-read articles of the past week.
- Widespread Damage After Tornado Warning Issued for Arlington
- NWS Confirms Tornado Ripped Through North Arlington Neighborhoods
- New State Law Leads to Removal of Two ACPD Officers
- Arlington Now Under Severe Thunderstorm and Flash Flood Warnings
- Who Got Reported To The County COVID-19 Tip Line?
- Local Couple Creates Dating Service Focused on Group Meetups
- APAH Unveils New Affordable Housing Complex in Rosslyn
- Weekly Drive-In Movies Return to Columbia Pike on Saturday
- Target Coming to Pentagon City, Permit Shows
- Free Cannabis Seeds Attract a Crowd in Rosslyn
- Street Pub with Live Music Will Take Over Wilson Blvd in July
Feel free to discuss those stories or anything else of local interest in the comments. Have a nice Fourth of July weekend!
Good Wednesday evening, Arlington. Let’s take a look back at today’s stories and a look forward to tomorrow’s event calendar. 🕗 News recap The following articles were published earlier today…
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Arlington County is in the early stages of designing a multi-use trail facility along Long Bridge Drive. Now through mid-October, the county is gathering input on how people currently use…
RSCP is a part-time, play based preschool in North Arlington for children ages 18 months to 5 years old.
OUR SCHOOL: We follow the Reggio Emilia approach of learning through play. Our preschool focuses on children’s intellectual, social, and emotional growth through active play. We offer:
• Experienced and caring teachers
• Opportunities for each child to explore and gain confidence
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