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Most-Read Arlington Stories of the Week: August 6, 2021

Photos from a homecoming greeting at Glebe Elementary School for Arlingtonian and Olympic silver medalist Torri Huske (via ACFD/Twitter)

A half-decent weekend is on tap before another stretch of hot and humid weather next week.

We’re approaching the time of the year when it seems like everybody is on vacation. That will include some ARLnow staff next week — expect a reduced publishing schedule Thursday and Friday as a result.

In the meantime, here are the most-read articles of the past week on ARLnow:

  1. Police Officer Killed in Attack Outside Pentagon
  2. Residents Abuzz Over Mysterious Bug Bites Possibly Tied to Cicadas (July 28)
  3. Police Investigating Fight at Yorktown High School
  4. Arlington Is Seeing ‘Substantial’ Community Transmission of Virus, CDC Says
  5. Local Couple Killed in California Plane Crash (July 19)
  6. Torri Huske Given Hero’s Welcome Upon Return to Arlington
  7. Most Expensive Arlington Homes Sold in July
  8. Four Years Ago Today: One of the Weirdest Stories in Arlington History
  9. Uber Driver Who Struck Advanced Towing Owner Pleads Guilty
  10. Making Room: Speak Up Now to Expand Housing Opportunities in North Arlington
  11. Life Time Gym Coming to The Crossing Clarendon
  12. Recall Effort Targets Arlington’s Top Prosecutor

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

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