It’s been a snowy week, and a veritable marathon for working parents with school-aged kids.
There are some snow lovers out there who have huge carefree smiles on their faces after two sizable snowfalls in one week. And there are others who — whether you generally like snow or not — will be falling asleep within 30 seconds of getting in bed early tonight
Now, here are the most-read Arlington articles of the past week.
- Arlington teachers union press release gets national attention after local mom’s edits go viral
- Winter Storm Warning issued for Arlington
- Winter Weather Advisory issued ahead of Thursday night snow
- APS closed Thursday, citing other school system closures
- Arlington Public Schools closed Monday due to winter storm
- Heavy snow making driving in Arlington very hazardous
- Power outages building as snow accumulates and branches snap
- Anti-vaccine mandate rally participants staying in Arlington
- Serial hit and run suspect tased after Columbia Pike crash
- Man rescued after car careens off GW Parkway, down embankment
- One in four people getting tested in Arlington are positive for Covid
- Arlington schools will be closed Tuesday, too
Feel free to discuss those stories or anything else of local interest in the comments. Have a great weekend and stay warm, Arlington!
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