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Most-read Arlington stories of the week: Feb. 28-March 4

Looking into Georgetown from above Lynn Street (staff photo by Jay Westcott)

TGIF, Arlington.

We hope you have a restful weekend and avoid any convoy protest-related delays. The latest update indicate that truckers and supporters in personal vehicles will arrive on Saturday, with the Beltway and the White House as possible destinations.

At last check the convoy was in Hagerstown, Maryland and continuing to grow in size.

As we wait to see what impact, if any, the convoy has on Arlington, below are the most-read ARLnow articles of the past week.

  1. Two arrested on Columbia Pike amid murder investigation
  2. Youngkin vetoes Arlington police auditor bill
  3. Catching a Friday fish fry near Arlington may require a penitential drive in traffic
  4. A 34,000-square-foot Target is opening in Pentagon City in early April
  5. Man receives life sentence for rape of massage therapist
  6. Masks optional at Arlington Public Schools as of March 1
  7. Don’t worry about that low-flying helicopter near the Alexandria border, Arlington County says
  8. Video: Police perform PIT maneuver on carjacked car just before I-395 bridge
  9. Arlington builds call system to divert people in mental health crises from jail
  10. Covid cases and test positivity rate continue to fall in Arlington

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

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