A warm and windy weekend is on tap as the calendar ticks down to two weeks before Christmas.
This week did not get a readership boost from leaf-blower-related content but there was still plenty going on. Below are the most-read articles of the week.
- La Tingeria in Falls Church may be forced to close due to neighbor parking complaints
- Fire on Crystal City’s 23rd Street restaurant row
- Rate of new Covid cases in Arlington reaches highest point since February
- The mysterious new grocery store in Crystal City sure looks like an Amazon Fresh store (Dec. 3)
- New beer hall coming to former Capitol City Brewing space in Shirlington
- Arlington housing nonprofit AHC to step back from property management
- Police investigating knife incident on school bus (Dec. 3)
- ARLnow’s opinion columns will be ending after next week
- Nat’l Park Service announces major rehab project GW Parkway
- I-CE-NY in Shirlington appears to be closed (Dec. 3)
- Toddler returns home from hospital after severe collision in Westover
- Ballston Silver Diner looking to open its doors this summer
Feel free to discuss those stories or anything else of local interest in the comments. Have a nice weekend!
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