The Arlington Community Foundation has announced that local attorney and civic leader Jonathan Kinney will be the recipient of its 2016 William T. Newman Jr. Spirit of Community Award, to be presented at a luncheon Nov. 10 at the Renaissance Arlington Capital View Hotel.
The Arlington Republican Women’s Club will hold its annual fund-raising supper – “Everything Virginia” – on Friday, Sept. 23 from 6 to 9 p.m. at the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association conference center, 4301 Wilson Blvd.
Transit ridership across Northern Virginia was down 6.1 percent in the fiscal year ending in June compared to a year before, according to new data, with nearly every regional bus and train system seeing declines.
The Arlington Gay & Lesbian Alliance (AGLA) has announced a date for its 35th-anniversary celebration, which aims both to celebrate the organization’s past and plan for the future.
Looking for a community that has a good balance of strength in the real estate market, coupled go with affordability? Head for one of two T’s: Texas or Tennessee.
Three of the four members of the 8th Congressional District contingent to the Republican Party of Virginia’s State Central Committee voted Aug. 27 to support a primary for selecting the party’s statewide nominees next year, enough to ensure the margin of victory in a hotly contested vote.
The Northern Virginia Regional Commission (NVRC) on Aug. 29 released to the public the first regional solar map in Virginia, which provides users with bird’s-eye views of the solar photovoltaic potential of their homes or buildings. The map can be found at www.novasolarmap.com.
Politico had an interesting article yesterday, about a twentysomething who has been busy (allegedly) scamming folks who thought they were contributing to Donald Trump’s campaign.