Shoppers in Pentagon City on Jan. 15 were invited to “Conduct Us” by the Arlington Philharmonic, part of an outreach effort to raise awareness of the symphony group.
A late-in-the-game quiz for you: Anybody want to guess when Fairfax County Public Schools first introduced kindergarten classes across the school system?
The Arlington County government hosted its annual Salute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Jan. 15, 2017 at Wakefield High School. Artists and students saluted the legacy of the civil-rights leader at the ceremony. Enjoy photos from the ceremony taken by Deb Kolt.
Arlington officials have put a plan in place to open up government garages when winter weather strikes, but it will take a major wallop from Mother Nature to bring the effort into action.
The Arlington County government will hold a community kickoff on Feb. 8 to continue the design process for the planned $47.5 million new Lubber Run Community Center.
The Arlington real estate market saw both home sales and total sales volume up in 2016 compared to 2015, according to new figures, while the average and median sales prices were little changed from a year before.
- Lopez bill aims to clarify tenant-landlord relationship on pests
- Arlington Community Foundation opens annual scholarship process
- Arlington Players prep ‘Lion in Winter’
- Arlington Transportation Notes, 1/19/17 edition
- Arlington Notes, 1/19/17 edition
- Arlington Notes II, 1/19/17 edition
- Editor’s Notebook: You knew this was coming
- Dulles, National see increased passenger counts
- Air India announces plans to serve Dulles-Delhi route
- Legislative environment caucus lays out agenda for 2017
- Regional transportation consortium wants focus on major projects
- Woman’s Club, Community Foundation garner legislative kudos
- Student voter-ID measure quashed in subcommittee
- Arlington Business Briefcase, 1/19/17 edition
- Arlington 55+ News, 1/19/17 edition
- Arlington History, 1/19/17 edition
- Arlington Schools & Military, 1/19/17 edition
- Editor’s Notebook: Rep. Beyer up on the high wire (hey, that rhymes!)
- Arlington faces familiar problem: more needs than space
- Residential, commercial assessments up slightly in Arlington