• Delhi Dhaba Celebrates 29 Years With $10 Off Each $50 Order

    Delhi Dhaba Celebrates 29 Years With $10 Off Each $50 Order
    Arlington’s Delhi Dhaba Indian Restaurant is celebrating its 29th birthday by giving diners a gift: Until the end of July, each order of $50 or over will be $10 less.
    The $10 discount and the birthday celebration is in perfect keeping with the long-time restaurant’s whimsical philosophy of “khao, piyo, aish karo” — eat, drink and have fun.
    The discount applies to online orders or those phoned in to 703-524-0008.
    The discount is in addition to Dehli Dhaba’s an
  • Gender To Be Added to Identities Protected from Discrimination Under County Code

    Gender To Be Added to Identities Protected from Discrimination Under County Code
    A new change to the County Code under review at the upcoming County Board meeting on Saturday (Jul. 18) would add gender identity to the list of identities protected from discrimination.
    The move follows the approval of a similar state-level change that prohibited discrimination in public employment, housing and credit to Virginians on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity.
    The classifications fall under the county’s human rights ordinance, which authorizes the Human Ri
  • Peter’s Take: Does Arlington’s Form of Government Equitably Serve All of Its Residents?

    Peter’s Take: Does Arlington’s Form of Government Equitably Serve All of Its Residents?
    Peter’s Take is a weekly opinion column. The views and opinions expressed in this column are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of ARLnow.com
    Among the County government’s recent blunders are its disrespectful behavior as described by residents of the historically African American Green Valley neighborhood and its erasure of Black Lives Matter supportive chalk art on Juneteenth.
    The Juneteenth erasure generated justified outrage and inspiring community
  • Road Closed After Pedestrian Struck in Pentagon City

    Road Closed After Pedestrian Struck in Pentagon City
    (Updated at 2:35 p.m.) Police have shut down a block of S. Fern Street in Pentagon City after a pedestrian was struck.
    Arriving first responders found the individual lying in the roadway and bleeding, after being struck by a vehicle. Initial reports suggest that the person’s injuries may be serious.
    S. Fern Street is currently blocked between 12th Street S. and Army Navy Drive as a result of the emergency response. The closure may be extended by a police investigation.INCIDENT:Traffic Col
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  • Sweet Science Coffee Hopes to Open Java Shack Replacement in September

    Sweet Science Coffee Hopes to Open Java Shack Replacement in September
    Despite everything, Sandra Wolter is hoping to have a coffee shop up and running in the former Java Shack space by Labor Day (Sept. 7).
    It’s been a long few months for Sweet Science Coffee, which Wolter co-owns. The local coffee brand launched its own location in D.C. after years in shared spaces just months before the pandemic hit the region. The hopes were to get the location up and running by March, but even the hoped-for September opening is tentative.
    “It’s
  • Biz Talk: A Look Back on Economic Development in FY20

    Biz Talk: A Look Back on Economic Development in FY20
    This article was written by Marian Marquez, Director of Business Investment for Arlington Economic Development.
    It’s the end of Arlington County’s fiscal year, a time when we look back at our activities over the past twelve months to reflect on our collective wins, challenges and opportunities.
    As we step cautiously into a new year, we know already that it will be like no other and I find myself trying to remember where we were at this time last year… riding th
  • Arlington Pet of the Week: Walter

    Arlington Pet of the Week: Walter
    Meet Arlington’s newest Pet of the Week, Walter, a 3 year old Bernese Mountain Dog who just moved to Arlington.
    Here is what Walter had to say about his new life here in Arlington:
    What’s up Arlington?! My name is Walter. I recently moved to Virginia from Michigan. My humans brought me here because of their jobs. As a Bernese Mountain Dog, I really miss the colder weather back in the mitten state. When it would snow, I would dig a hole and stay outside for hours. I also really miss m
  • Clarendon Church to Hold Food Drive and Toiletry Collection For Arlington Homeless Shelters

    Clarendon Church to Hold Food Drive and Toiletry Collection For Arlington Homeless Shelters
    Clarendon Presbyterian Church is holding its second drive-through food drive and toiletry collection Saturday to support Arlington homeless shelters.
    The drive-through will run from 9 a.m. to noon at the church (1305 N. Jackson Street).
    The church is asking for specific, top priority food items. These include rice, boxed cereal, applesauce, juice and packaged healthy kids’ snacks. They request that the kids’ snacks are unopened and not prepared.
    The food drive supports residents of B
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  • Community Organizations Help Distribute Face Coverings

    Community Organizations Help Distribute Face Coverings
    Arlington County thanks the nearly 70 community-based organizations, faith-based organizations, and school-based groups that are helping us distribute almost 50,000 cloth face coverings to community members this summer. The organizations are distributing the masks through their networks and clients. (See the full list below.)
    Wearing a face covering continues to be an important step to slow the spread of COVID-19, as it can help keep the wearer from spreading the virus to others. Arlington Count
  • Arlington, Alexandria Applying for Grants to Fund Mt. Vernon Trail Widening and King Street Changes

    Arlington, Alexandria Applying for Grants to Fund Mt. Vernon Trail Widening and King Street Changes
    Arlington County and the City of Alexandria are applying for a pair of grants that would bring significant changes to the Mt. Vernon Trail and a portion of King Street near Fairlington.
    The county and the city are supporting each other’s grant applications to the Virginia SMART SCALE transportation funding program.
    Alexandria is asking the Commonwealth for up to $40 million for what it calls the Upper King Street Multimodal Improvement project. The project “would fund design, right-
  • Champion pit master opens Smokecraft BBQ joint in Arlington

    Champion pit master opens Smokecraft BBQ joint in Arlington
    Smokecraft Modern Barbecue opens July 31 in Arlington’s Clarendon neighborhood, at 1051 N. Highland Street, in space formerly occupied by Citizen Burger Bar. (Courtesy Smokecraft Modern Barbecue)
    An award-winning BBQ competition pitmaster is finally getting his first brick-and-mortar Virginia restaurant opened after pandemic-related delays and redesigns.
    Smokecraft Modern Barbecue opens July 31 in Arlington’s Clarendon neighborhood, at 1051 N. Highland St., in space formerly occupied
  • New Alexandria condos will have an ‘Arts Walk,’ big art tenant

    New Alexandria condos will have an ‘Arts Walk,’ big art tenant
    Carr Cos. has started work on a condominium development in the Old Town North section of Alexandria, Virginia, which will be home to Alexandria’s The Art League.
    Muse, at 1201 North Royal St., will be a two-building property with an outdoor “Arts Walk,” with display space for art and a landscaped open space.
    The Art League, the founding organization of Alexandria’s Torpedo Factory Art Center, will occupy the building’s first floor, adjacent to the Arts Walk.
    Muse wi
  • Smokecraft BBQ to Open in Clarendon Later This Month

    Smokecraft BBQ to Open in Clarendon Later This Month
    A new barbecue joint is hoping for an opening sizzle despite other restaurants going up in smoke during the pandemic.
    Smokecraft Modern Barbecue is planning to open at 1051 N. Highland Street in Clarendon, in the former Citizen Burger Bar space, on Friday, July 31, the restaurant just announced.
    Given the reality of opening during a global health crisis, some things have changed since the restaurant was being planned last year.
    “Originally slated to open in the spring, Owner and Pitm
  • Arlington superintendent wants ‘pause,’ not cancellation of in-person learning

    Arlington superintendent wants ‘pause,’ not cancellation of in-person learning
    Arlington County, Virginia’s head of public schools clarified Tuesday that he prefers a gradual return to in-person learning over the upcoming academic year instead of a complete shift to virtual classes.
    During an online town hall meeting, Superintendent Francisco Durán said he wanted to take things slowly during the coronavirus pandemic but did not want to cancel in-person classes altogether.
    “We need to take our time,” Durán said. “I want to clarify and m
  • Arlington native joins Broadway, opera stars for virtual singing telegrams

    Arlington native joins Broadway, opera stars for virtual singing telegrams
    toggle audio on and offchange volumedownload audio WTOP's Jason Fraley highlights 'Sing for Hope' virtual telegramsHer title role in “Porgy and Bess” was postponed at the Kennedy Center this summer.
    Instead, Alyson Cambridge of Arlington, Virginia, is participating in Sing for Hope grams.
    “Sing for Hope is a wonderful charitable organization that in the past reached out to … hospitals, schools, youth groups,” Cambridge told WTOP. “In the pandemic, everything
  • Arlington man rebels against Goya protests, starts GoFundMe to buy food for needy

    Arlington man rebels against Goya protests, starts GoFundMe to buy food for needy
    Casey Harper, a journalist in Arlington, Virginia, did not like the July 10 news that many people decided to boycott Goya Foods due to its CEO’s support of President Donald Trump.
    He started a GoFundMe page in an effort to raise money to buy foods produced by Goya and donate the items to food pantries around the D.C. area. That was on July 11.
    Harper, in his GoFundMe message, wrote that he was fed up with “cancel culture,” so he decided to buy some Goya items with $200 of his o
  • The Right Note: Where Will Our Kids Be Learning?

    The Right Note: Where Will Our Kids Be Learning?
    The Right Note is a weekly opinion column. The views and opinions expressed in the column are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of ARLnow.com.
    After the sudden school closure and the controversial decision not to teach any new material to our kids this spring, Arlington Public Schools have been wrestling with the question of what school will look like this fall.
    According to the recent APS surveys, 73 percent of parents are comfortable with sending their children
  • Memo: Many County Employees to Continue Working Remotely Through October

    Memo: Many County Employees to Continue Working Remotely Through October
    Arlington County employees who are currently teleworking will likely continue doing so well into the fall, County Manager Mark Schwartz said in a memo last week.
    The internal memo, obtained by ARLnow, announced that the county will continue its current approach to operating during the pandemic — which includes an emphasis on telework for non-front-line workers — through Oct. 1.
    “I am fairly certain that our current approach to doing business will continue much longer into the
  • Arlington’s superintendent to request virtual start to school year

    Arlington’s superintendent to request virtual start to school year
    Arlington Public Schools’ superintendent is planning to propose a postponed, virtual-only start to the school year to the school board on Thursday night.
    The proposed start would be Tuesday, Sept. 8, and all students would begin with full-time distance learning, Superintendent Francisco Durán said Tuesday afternoon in a message to families.
    “Throughout our planning, the health and safety of our staff and students has been our top priority, and beginning the year with a virtual
  • BREAKING: Superintendent to Propose Online-Only Start to School Year

    BREAKING: Superintendent to Propose Online-Only Start to School Year
    (Updated at 2:35 p.m.) Arlington Public Schools would start the new school year a week later than originally planned, and with full time distance learning, under a new plan being proposed by new Superintendent Francisco Durán.
    That’s according to a School Talk email just sent to APS families.
    Durán says he will present his proposal to the School Board on Thursday. If approved, it would scrap the previous plan to start the fall with a hybrid model that would have most st
  • New Restaurant Coming to Ballston Quarter

    New Restaurant Coming to Ballston Quarter
    The details are scarce, but a new restaurant appears to be coming to Ballston Quarter mall.
    Permits have been filed for a restaurant called Superette at 4238 Wilson Blvd, the mall’s address. The restaurant will seat somewhere between 1 and 100 people and will serve beer, wine and cocktails, the permit suggests.
    No other details about the restaurant, which does not yet have a public web presence, were immediately available.
    An LLC associated with the new restaurant, however, is linked to l
  • Ask Eli: New Construction Tips and Learning Opportunity

    Ask Eli: New Construction Tips and Learning Opportunity
    This regularly-scheduled sponsored Q&A column is written by Eli Tucker, Arlington-based Realtor and Arlington resident. Please submit your questions to him via email for response in future columns. Enjoy!
    Question: What recommendations do you have for somebody just beginning to consider building a home?
    Answer: If you’re considering building a home and looking for a great educational opportunity, I’d like to invite you to a walk-through with the builder
  • The Schar School at George Mason University: How Will COVID-19 Inspire Future Threats?

    The Schar School at George Mason University: How Will COVID-19 Inspire Future Threats?
    The Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University is offering prospective graduate students the opportunity to sample a free virtual lecture regarding one of the more pressing concerns of the day: the coronavirus pandemic and, more specifically, the future threats that might be inspired by it.
    The sample lecture, titled Will COVID-19 Inspire Greater Interest in Bioweapons?, will be held July 22 at 12 p.m. EDT. It will be taught by professor Gregory Koblentz, director of the b
  • Arlington Sees Highest One-Day Coronavirus Case Total Since May

    Arlington Sees Highest One-Day Coronavirus Case Total Since May
    Thirty-four new cases of COVID-19 in Arlington were reported overnight, a one-day case total that’s the highest since late May.
    The new cases bring Arlington’s trailing seven-day case total to 110, the first time that figure has been in the triple digits since mid-June. No new hospitalizations nor deaths were reported overnight, however.
    Arlington has now recorded a cumulative total of 2,660 coronavirus cases, or about 1.1 cases for every 100 residents. That compares to 1.6 and 1.3
  • Arlington See Highest One-Day Coronavirus Case Total Since May

    Arlington See Highest One-Day Coronavirus Case Total Since May
    Thirty-four new cases of COVID-19 in Arlington were reported overnight, a one-day case total that’s the highest since late May.
    The new cases bring Arlington’s trailing seven-day case total to 110, the first time that figure has been in the triple digits since mid-June. No new hospitalizations nor deaths were reported overnight, however.
    Arlington has now recorded a cumulative total of 2,660 coronavirus cases, or about 1.1 cases for every 100 residents. That compares to 1.6 and 1.3
  • Arlington Named ‘Fittest City’ in U.S.

    Arlington Named ‘Fittest City’ in U.S.
    Arlington has again claimed the title of “America’s Fittest City.”
    The results of the annual ACSM American Fitness Index, published by the American College of Sports Medicine and the Anthem Foundation, were released this morning. Arlington topped the list of the 100 fittest localities in the U.S. for the third year in a row.
    Rounding out the top 10 are:Arlington, Va.
    Seattle, Wash.
    Minneapolis, Minn.
    Madison, Wis.
    San Francisco, Calif.
    Washington, D.C.
    Irvine, Calif.
    Denv
  • Arlington County/City of Falls Church 2021 Juror Qualification Process Begins in August

    Arlington County/City of Falls Church 2021 Juror Qualification Process Begins in August
    The Arlington Circuit Court, which includes the City of Falls Church, will soon begin its annual juror qualification process.  Juror questionnaires will be mailed in early August to randomly selected residents of Arlington County and Falls Church City.  These questionnaires are used to qualify residents for jury duty which begins Jan. 1, 2021, and ends Dec. 31, 2021. In accordance with State law, questionnaires are distributed annually to a random selection of residents of Arlingt
  • Teachers Call for Online-Only Return to School

    Teachers Call for Online-Only Return to School
    (Updated at 5:15 p.m.) An increasingly vocal group of parents and teachers are calling on Arlington Public Schools to scrap plans to have most students return to classrooms twice per week.
    The current APS “hybrid” plan calls for two cohorts of students each going into school two days per week, while wearing masks and practicing physical distancing. It also allows parents and students to opt for online-only learning.
    Nearly 2,000 people have signed an online petition that instea
  • Some Teachers, Parents Call for Online-Only Return to School

    Some Teachers, Parents Call for Online-Only Return to School
    An increasingly vocal group of parents and teachers are calling on Arlington Public Schools to scrap plans to have most students return to classrooms twice per week.
    The current APS “hybrid” plan calls for two cohorts of students each going into school two days per week, while wearing masks and practicing physical distancing. It also allows parents and students to opt for online-only learning.
    Nearly 2,000 people have signed an online petition that instead pushes for a “#
  • Progressive Voice: APS Needs to Connect to More Parents, In More Ways

    Progressive Voice: APS Needs to Connect to More Parents, In More Ways
    Progressive Voice is a bi-weekly opinion column. The views expressed are solely the author’s.
    By Yassima HassounThe good reputation of Arlington Public Schools was mainly why I moved to Arlington about five years ago.
    But if we want to maintain that reputation, we have to be more inclusive. We have to do our best to include parents who don’t have the courage to speak up. It might look easy to attend a meeting or speak up for something that negatively affects you and your children, b
  • Cents of Community: Managing and Paying Down Your Debt

    Cents of Community: Managing and Paying Down Your Debt
    This monthly column comes from the Arlington Community Federal Credit Union as part of their mission to financially empower the community. Credit unions are not-for-profit member-owned cooperatives and anyone who lives, works, worships, volunteers, goes to school, or does business in Arlington, Falls Church, Alexandria, or Fairfax County is eligible to join ACFCU.*
    During this challenging time for our community, many have taken on debt to support themselves and their family. Here are
  • Two Indoor Public Pools Back Open in Arlington

    Two Indoor Public Pools Back Open in Arlington
    The indoor public pools at Washington-Liberty and Yorktown high schools reopened on Saturday.
    Arlington Public Schools announced Friday afternoon that the pools would be reopening under the state’s Phase 3 guidelines. The Wakefield High School pool “will remain closed for a few more weeks” due to major maintenance work, APS said.
    Those who want to use the pools are required to make a reservation for a 45-minute window.
    More from an APS email to parents:
    The two pools 
  • Legal Insider: Businesses Face COVID-19 Lawsuits from Employees and Customers

    Legal Insider: Businesses Face COVID-19 Lawsuits from Employees and Customers
    This is a sponsored column by attorneys John Berry and Kimberly Berry of Berry & Berry, PLLC, an employment and labor law firm located in Northern Virginia that specializes in federal employee, security clearance, retirement and private sector employee matters.
    By John V. Berry, Esq.
    Employers have started to see the first lawsuits by employees and customers related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
    The numbers of these types of cases will only continue to increase, given the lack of a cohesiv
  • Crystal City Startup Secures $6 Million to Expand Defense Contract Search Platform

    Crystal City Startup Secures $6 Million to Expand Defense Contract Search Platform
    Sponsored by Monday Properties and written by ARLnow, Startup Monday is a weekly column that profiles Arlington-based startups and their founders, plus other local technology happenings. Monday Properties remains firmly committed to the health, safety and well-being of its employees, tenants and community. This week, Monday Properties is proudly featuring 1000 and 1100 Wilson (The Rosslyn Tower).
    Crystal City-based Second Fro
  • Arlington Residential Trash Collection Delayed

    Arlington Residential Trash Collection Delayed
    Arlington’s residential trash collection has hit a snag due to problems at the waste processing facility in Alexandria.
    In an email to residents this morning, Arlington’s Dept. of Environmental Services says that an electrical problem at the facility is forcing county trash crews to drop off their loads at a more distant facility. That, in turn, is causing delays.
    Anyone whose trash is not collected on the scheduled day this week is being told to keep it out for collection the next
  • Report: Trump Campaign HQ in Rosslyn Shuts Down Due to Coronavirus Case

    Report: Trump Campaign HQ in Rosslyn Shuts Down Due to Coronavirus Case
    (Updated at 10:20 a.m.) President Donald Trump’s campaign headquarters in Rosslyn temporarily shut down last week after a campaign official tested positive for coronavirus, Politico reported Friday afternoon.
    The campaign was chided by local officials last month after Vice President Mike Pence visited and was photographed with a sea staffers, all without masks. Now comes word that the office was recently deep cleaned due to a positive COVID-19 test and worries about the virus spreading in
  • Rethink Energy: Are You Ready?

    Rethink Energy: Are You Ready?
    This regularly-scheduled sponsored column is written by the Arlington Initiative to Rethink Energy team (AIRE). This county program helps you make smart energy decisions that save you money and leaves a lighter footprint on the environment.
    A major storm has hit our area and your neighborhood just lost power. Your refrigerator stopped humming, your air conditioner ceased and the clock on your stove just went black.
    What’s more, you don’t know when the power will be restore
  • Flooded neighborhoods in Arlington urge storm water main spending

    Flooded neighborhoods in Arlington urge storm water main spending
    Critics say money should not go to affluent areas when poorer places need other services.
  • Listing of the Day: 5711 15th Street N.

    Listing of the Day: 5711 15th Street N.
    Address: 5711 15th Street N.Neighborhood: WestoverListed: $875,000Open: Sunday, July 12 from 1-4 p.m.
    Light fills the inviting space of this updated pre-war Colonial just a few blocks to Westover Village. The renovated kitchen opens to the dining area and features crisp white cabinets, marble countertops, backsplash and breakfast bar. An atrium door opens to the driveway, making it convenient to bring groceries directly into the home.
    Just off the kitchen is a den with doors leading to the patio
  • County Board and Staff Push Back Against Stormwater Inequity Claims

    County Board and Staff Push Back Against Stormwater Inequity Claims
    Nearly one week after advocates flooded the County Board with concerns that planned stormwater investments in the Capital Improvement Plan favor Arlington’s wealthier neighborhoods, staff returned to the County Board to argue that the proposed investments were addressing important issues below the surface.
    The renewed push for improving the County’s stormwater capacity is tied to historic flooding that took place last year and devastated many Arlington homes and businesses. County M
  • Ed Talk: Educating Students about Black History

    Ed Talk: Educating Students about Black History
    Ed Talk is a biweekly opinion column. The views expressed are solely the a
    Last week, as our nation celebrated Independence Day, protests continued across America for racial equity and justice. The dissonance between the promise of the Declaration of Independence — that all are created equal with the rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness — and the failure to live up to that promise, has a long history.
    In a speech on July 5, 1852, abolitionist Frederick Douglass
  • Virtual Swearing-In Set for Newly Elected County Board Member Takis P. Karantonis

    Virtual Swearing-In Set for Newly Elected County Board Member Takis P. Karantonis
    Takis P. Karantonis, elected to the Arlington County Board in a special election on July 7, 2020, will be sworn in at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, July 14 in a virtual ceremony. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Arlington Paul Ferguson will officiate.
    The swearing-in is taking place virtually to protect public health during the COVID-19 pandemic emergency. The public is invited to watch the swearing-in live-streamed on the County website or on Arlington Television’s cable channels: Verizon Fios channels
  • Planned Changes to Parking Permits Postponed by Pandemic

    Planned Changes to Parking Permits Postponed by Pandemic
    Amid the pandemic, Arlington County is sifting through which planning processes are ready to continue moving forward and which ones are being delayed.
    The County recently announced that it is still moving forward with plans for updating guidelines for development in Pentagon City, a relatively time-critical issue with Amazon’s permanent HQ2 under construction nearby.
    The county’s Lee Highway planning process is also moving forward, with public workshops fortuitou
  • Arlington’s Pre-COVID Homelessness Numbers Were Among Lowest in Years

    Arlington’s Pre-COVID Homelessness Numbers Were Among Lowest in Years
    For the 20th consecutive year, the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (COG) Homeless Services Planning and Coordinating Committee has conducted a regional Point-in-Time (PIT) enumeration of the area’s residents experiencing homelessness and those who were formerly homeless. This year’s enumeration and survey occurred on January 22, 2020.
    Arlington saw a 7-percent reduction in overall homelessness, down from 215 persons in 2019 to 199 in 2020.
    The PIT provides a one-night
  • Four Arlington Transportation Projects to Receive Regional Funding

    Four Arlington Transportation Projects to Receive Regional Funding
    Four major transportation projects in Arlington will receive tens of millions in regional funding, the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority announced today.
    The projects, all of which are in the planning stages, will bring multimodal upgrades to Crystal City and Rosslyn, as well as to the W&OD Trail. In all, the NTVA is providing more than a half billion dollars in funding to 21 projects around the region.
    “On the evening of July 9th, the Northern Virginia Transportation Aut
  • ACPD Annual Report: Crime Rises While Police Force Shrinks

    ACPD Annual Report: Crime Rises While Police Force Shrinks
    (Updated at 10:55 a.m.) The Arlington County Police Department has released its annual report, which paints a mixed picture of rising overall crime with decreases in certain types of offenses and a shrinking police force.
    ACPD’s 2019 Annual Report says that crime in Arlington “remains historically low,” but the county “experienced an overall increase in 2019 which was marked particularly by vehicle-related property crimes.” Over the past year police have respo
  • ‘She was definitely my best friend,’ says daughter of covid-19 victim

    ‘She was definitely my best friend,’ says daughter of covid-19 victim
    Valerie Ruth Ball of Arlington worked for the IMF for three decades and was an avid Washington football fan.
  • Arlington Coronavirus Cases Continue Upward Trajectory

    Arlington Coronavirus Cases Continue Upward Trajectory
    Arlington’s rate of new coronavirus cases continues to rise.
    Fifteen new COVID-19 cases were reported overnight, bringing the county’s seven-day trailing infection rate to 82, the highest point since June 20.
    Two new hospitalizations were reported in Arlington overnight, though the trailing seven-day hospitalization total remains just four. One additional COVID-related death was reported, bringing the total to 133.
    Total confirmed infections in Arlington are now 2,582, while cumulat
  • Local Digest: Man found fatally shot outside laudromat in Northeast Washington

    Local Digest: Man found fatally shot outside laudromat in Northeast Washington
    A roundup of news from the Washington region.
  • Power Outage Reported in East Falls Church Area

    Power Outage Reported in East Falls Church Area
    About 1,750 Dominion customers are without power on a steamy July afternoon due to an outage in the East Falls Church area.
    Dominion lists the reason for the outage as an “equipment problem” and estimates restoration between 7-10 p.m. tonight (Thursday).
    Portions of the East Falls Church neighborhood, as well as some neighborhoods to the east along Lee Highway, are currently affected as of 4:30 p.m.Power Outage East Falls Church – Lee Hwy and Potomac St. @ARLnowDOTcom

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