Don’t you wish you were an Oscar Mayer weiner?
No, it’s no April Fools Day joke — the Weinermobile rolled through Arlington. Perhaps it was the same large sausage vehicle that was posted up at the Springfield Lidl in Fairfax County this afternoon. It will also be at the Fairfax Lidl at 11179 Lee Highway on Sunday between 9 a.m. and noon for anyone who really wants to get a photo.
A hot dog-shaped vehicle could seen cutting across a few lanes of southbound I-395 earlier today.
(1) Watch: People have been called a "wiener" or worse for crossing 4 lanes of traffic to get from Boundary Channel to Route 1 on I-395S. And then there are the actual wieners. @JohnKelly @WTOPtraffic @ARLnowDOTcom @6abcDan #395cam #STATcam #zeuscam #traffic pic.twitter.com/xQe5zjnR35
— Dave Statter (@STATter911) March 31, 2022
Now, here are the most-read Arlington articles of the past week.
- Ballston Macy’s proposal draws concerns about density, land use
- Tornado Warning for parts of Arlington
- TSA nabs pistol-packing Arlington man at DCA
- U.S. Marshal Service, ACPD on scene of fatal leap from building
- Arlington animal control frees coyote trapped between fences
- Reality star Michael Darby might be opening a restaurant in the former Clarendon Ballroom
- ACPD scales back some services amid reduction in staffing
- A fog is being released in Shirlington this week to shoo away crows
- B Live and Coco B’s to open in former Whitlow’s space this spring, summer
- Abingdon Elementary politely asks neighbors to get off its lawn during school hours
Feel free to discuss these stories or anything else of local interest in the comments. Happy April, Arlington!
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The Optimist Club of Arlington is holding its 77th annual Christmas tree sale!
This year, the tree sale will be held at the Knights of Columbus (5115 Little Falls Road). The lot opens for sales on November 24th. The Optimist Club is selling small and large trees ranging from tabletop size to 10 foot tall trees! Wreaths, garland, tree stands, and White House Christmas ornaments will also be for sale.
100% of all proceeds go towards helping Arlington County youth.
For more information, please visit the Arlington Optimists website at https://optimistclubofarlingtonva.org/.
2023 Christmas Tree Sales Begin
Saturday, December 2
Get your holiday decorating off to the right start this year! We will be selling 150 Fraser firs, freshly cut and delivered from Sparta, North Carolina.