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Most-read Arlington stories of the week: Sept. 26-30

An Osprey flyover on a gray background Friday morning (staff photo)

A soggy weekend is on tap after an otherwise pretty nice final week of September.

Obviously this week’s big story was the devastation in Florida, the huge scale of which keeps getting more apparent. And that’s not to mention the havoc that Hurricane Ian is currently wreaking in South Carolina as of publication time.

With those affected by the hurricane in our thoughts, below are the local stories that attracted the most attention in Arlington this week.

  1. Arlington native Alexandra Turshen is the boss in the new Netflix series Partner Track
  2. Arlington students walk out to protest proposed state guidelines on transgender students
  3. Police staffing shortage leads Arlington high schools to limit attendance at games
  4. Police investigating death in Lacey Woods Park
  5. Arlington ranks No. 2 nationally for share of remote workers
  6. Car goes vertical after driving mishap
  7. Statutes of Liberty: DACA in the crossfire before the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals
  8. Disagreements surface over county vision of greener, denser Langston Blvd
  9. Conceptual plan emerges for potential redevelopment of Ballston apartment building
  10. Sustainable seafood spot Seamore’s is opening in Clarendon
  11. ACPD: Bespectacled man armed with knife robs Clarendon bookstore
  12. Some parents call for end to Covid protocols, less screen time in Arlington schools

Feel free to discuss these stories or anything else of local interest in the comments. Try to stay dry this weekend, Arlington!

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