Friday, August 28, 2020

Local Updates

Virginia Hospital Center Unveils New Unit Built with COVID-19 in Mind

APS Says Eventual In-Person Return Will Be Phased

ARLnowDOTcom: Notes:
B-52 flyover attracts attention;
Va. coronavirus app gets positive review;
pedestrian committee chair slams county[…]

After Extended Pause, New Coronavirus Hospitalizations Jump

Several Restaurants Burglarized in Crystal City Area

Alexandria Tutoring Consortium Launches Virtual Literacy Fundraising Campaign

ACPD Names New Acting Chief

Alexandria Police Increase Presence to Stem Uptick of Violent Crime in Parker Gray/Old Town

President Trump Delivers Speech in Pentagon City

Alexandria Needs Help Running the November Election

City Issues Self-Quarantine Advisory After COVID Outbreak at West End Church

Coronavirus Cases Down from Last Week’s Summer Peak

ARLnowDOTcom: Notes:
No citations issued for mass gatherings;
prosecutor explains fight with judges;
parking blocked for Clarendon bar lines[…]

Police Investigate Sunday Afternoon Gunfire in Parker Gray/Braddock

Before Working in the White House, Kellyanne Conway Did Some Work for Arlington Public Schools

ACPD Investigating Early Morning Stabbing

King Street Metro Improvement Project Pushed Back to Spring 2021

Crystal City Legal Sea Foods in Questionable Waters

COVID-19 Cases at 3,270 in Alexandria, No New Deaths

APS School Board Adopts Equity Policy

City Updates Zoning Ordinance to Allow Density Boost for Schools

Late September Opening Eyed for Ballston’s Mosaic Park, But Pandemic Puts Some Features on Hold

Man Injured in Violent West End Carjacking

Alexandria State Senator Introduces Bill Requiring Landlords to Offer Payment Plans

ACPD Investigating Midday Carjacking in Crystal City

Alexandria’s Summer Employment Program Wraps Up Unusual Year

ACPS to screen grade 3-12 students for PTSD:
"ACPS is committed to the welfare of the whole child and given the chaotic and stressful times we have all been living through, students in grades three through 12 will undergo an age-appropriate social-emotional screening." Parents can opt out.[…]

Arlington’s Coronavirus Metrics Slowly Trending in the Right Direction

Arlington to Open Five Early Voting Centers

Bishop Ireton High School Reopens With Hybrid In-Person Model

Police Investigating Robbery by Knife-Wielding Suspects in Virginia Square

ARLnowDOTcom: Notes: County allocates more money for rent relief; company with Arlington HQ expanding; I-66 lane closures[…]

Chick-fil-A, Chase Bank Under Construction in Pentagon City

No Arrest Yet as Details Emerge Over Intentional Truck Fire at City Impound Lot

Police to Start Enforcing Sidewalk Crowding Ordinance

Civic Associations Developing Proposals For Route 1 Changes in Crystal City

@virginianpilot: The Virginia Senate approved legislation that would eliminate a 6-month mandatory minimum sentence for assaulting a police officer, despite strenuous objections from Republicans who said the bill disrespects police.[…]

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