Friday, August 14, 2020

Local Updates

Lebanese Taverna Spearheads Fundraising Drive to Support Relief Efforts in Beirut

ARLnowDOTcom: Notes:
Evictions halted in Virginia;
Amazon rents more space in Crystal City;
former YHS football star goes to Cleveland[…]

Arlington Coronavirus Cases Reach New Summer Peak, Hospitalizations Remain Low

Legal Insider: Virginia Requires Employers to Adopt COVID-Related Safety Requirements

@ChristianPost: Evangelist Franklin Graham has called on thousands of families, pastors and churches to join him for “Prayer March 2020” in Washington, D.C., on Sept. 26. “Our nation is in trouble … we need God’s help,” he says.[…]

ARLnowDOTcom: Notes:
One rescued after Key Bridge plunge;
ART bus service to increase this month;
'Fill the Cruiser' drive today[…]

Arlington Has Quietly Used Two Local Hotels for Coronavirus Quarantines

Another Church Sign Vandalized, This Time in Virginia Square

Police: Four Arrested After Vehicle Theft, Foot Chases in Crystal City

Vehicle Thefts Are Up and Mayor Wilson is Asking for Help from the Public

The Right Note: Mixed Messages

August Has Been a Deadly Month for Opioid Overdoses in Arlington

ARLnowDOTcom: Notes:
Local real estate market rebounds;
I-395 wrong-way driver arrested;
Long Bridge project may be delayed[…]

Air Force helicopter shot at from ground while flying over Virginia, crew injured

APS Expands Student Device Program to All Grades

Alexandria Surpasses 3,000 Total Coronavirus Cases

ACPS Still Working Through Nuts and Bolts of Virtual Schooling

City Councilman Wants Police Review Board to Have Investigative Authority, Subpoena Power

Police Investigating Mall Robbery

Potomac Yard Metro Southern Entrance Designs Headed to City Review

Republican Jeff Jordan Running Uphill Battle Against Incumbent Rep. Don Beyer

Police: Woman in Stolen Vehicle Twice Tried to Flee Traffic Stops

ARLnowDOTcom: Notes:
Virtual county fair starts today;
Arlington may add more early voting locations;
movie theaters opening soon[…]

As Hospitalizations Remain Low, Arlington Records Biggest One-Day Case Count Since May

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