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Arlington from the air (Flickr pool photo by Kevin Wolf)

Road Closures for 5K in Pentagon City — “The Arthritis Foundation Jingle Bell 5k Run will be held Saturday, December 3, 2022. The Arlington County Police Department will conduct the following road closures in order to accommodate the event.” [ACPD]

Missing Middle’s Impact on Future Elections — “Clement did far better than she ever has before in some North Arlington neighborhoods, and if Missing Middle is enacted next year by the County Board, the matter will move from being a concept to Arlington voters into having real-world implications. As a result, ‘I expect the impact of the Missing Middle issue to grow in future races,’ O’Leary said.” [Sun Gazette]

More Bad Driving on I-395 — “Unreal!!! Folks… for the love of all that’s holy, please instead get off at the next exit and make your way from there!!!” [Twitter]

Local Woman Faces D.C. Fraud Charge — “An Arlington woman was arrested and charged with falsely claiming residency in Washington, D.C., which allowed her to obtain more than $149,000 in fraudulent benefits, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia.” [Patch]

It’s Tuesday — Mostly cloudy throughout the day. High of 52 and low of 36. Sunrise at 7:08 am and sunset at 4:49 pm. [Weather.gov]

Flickr pool photo by Kevin Wolf

Recent Stories

Good Friday evening, Arlington. Let’s take a look back at today’s stories and a look forward to tomorrow’s event calendar. đź•— News recap The following articles were published earlier today…

An explosives detection K-9 celebrated his retirement at Reagan National Airport today. Messi, an 8-year-old yellow lab, was feted this morning in the historic Terminal 1 lobby with a surprise…

Walk to Lee Heights shops from 1930s Tudor on beautiful terraced lot

Arlington’s response team for people in mental health and substance use crises is on track for a substantial buildout. An additional $478,286 in federal funds would allow Arlington to hire…

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