Arlington officials acknowledged Sept. 24 they did an unacceptably poor job working with surrounding neighborhoods on proposed changes at Bluemont Park, but said there is time to rectify the mistake even as construction is set to begin.
What is shaping up to be a potentially bruising battle over imposition of a local historic district in Westover will hit high gear before the end of the year.
Virginia Cooperative Extension will host a training program for prospective Master Food Volunteers on Fridays from Oct. 7 to 28 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Fairlington Community Center.
Will I be sitting at Casa de Scotty watching tonight’s presidential debate? With apologies to both Rowan & Martin – RIP, you fickle-finger-of-fate-wielding funny guys – you bet your bippy I will.
The success stories, and challenges, of assimilating successive waves of immigrants into local life were dissected and discussed Sept. 23 at Wakefield High School.
Parents in a large swath of the central part of Arlington will have to wait and see if their children end up going to Washington-Lee High School as currently is the case, or are sent to Yorktown or Wakefield high schools in an effort to balance enrollment figures countywide.
The Faith, Food and Fellowship program of Clarendon United Methodist Church will host Arlington library director Diane Kresh on Thursday, Oct. 13 at the church, 606 North Irving St.
A free course for parents concerned about a child or teen experiencing mental-health challenges will be held on five consecutive Saturdays starting Oct. 15 from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. in Arlington.