Most-Read Arlington Stories of the Week: July 30, 2021

If readership is any indication, it seems like a lot of Arlington residents have the same itchy red insect bites described in this week’s most-read story.

It was, in fact, a busy week for readership given that we’re in peak summer vacation season. Speaking of which, August begins on Sunday — enjoy summer while it lasts! Saturday in particular should be a perfect summer day.

Here are the most-read articles of the past week on ARLnow:

  1. Residents Abuzz Over Mysterious Bug Bites Possibly Tied to Cicadas
  2. Local Couple Killed in California Plane Crash (July 19)
  3. New County Logo Designs Released
  4. Apartment Management Tells Parents to Get Kids Off Their Lawn
  5. Apartment Building with Grocery Store Proposed for Ballston Macy’s
  6. President Biden Speaks at McAuliffe Campaign Event in Arlington
  7. Olympic Heartbreak for Huske in Tokyo
  8. Police Investigating Serious Bike Crash Near Yorktown HS
  9. Morning Poll: Which Proposed County Logo Do You Like the Best?
  10. What $1 Million Can Get You in Northern Virginia Real Estate
  11. Coronavirus Cases Still Rising in Arlington Amid Renewed Focus on Masks
  12. Local Democrat Challenges Rep. Don Beyer in 8th District Primary

Feel free to discuss those stories or anything else of local interest in the comments. Have a nice weekend!

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