With three words, Arlington School Board Chairman Nancy Van Doren may have signaled where the county’s fourth comprehensive high school will be built.
Arlington County Board members on Oct. 25 voted to move forward on 23 planned transit stations along the Columbia Pike corridor, aiming to provide enhanced services at a lower cost.
The Arlington County Detention Facility has been recommended for reaccreditation by the American Correctional Association, following an audit of the facility, which is operated by the Arlington County Sheriff’s Office.
Barring a major surprise, Arlington residents will be getting to know a new elected official after Nov. 8. And she aims to be a voice for parents who haven’t previously had much interaction with the school system.
Former Arlington Chamber of Commerce president Rich Doud was part of a winning foursome at a miniature-golf tournament raising scholarship funds in his name.
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