Arlington County Board Chairman Libby Garvey’s trial balloon for consideration of increasing – and perhaps doubling – pay of board members can’t be acted on for at least three years. But it has become an issue in the 2016 campaign.
Arlington school officials will lay out an update on proposals to change high-school boundaries during a community meeting on Thursday, Oct. 27 at 7 p.m. at Washington-Lee High School.
Arlington County Board challenger Audrey Clement was out over the weekend with a letter to supporters, blasting board chairman Libby Garvey for suggesting that board-member pay should be increased, maybe even doubled.
Ghanian athlete and activist Emmanuel Ofosu Yeboah recently visited with Arlington students to share his message that physical disabilities should not stop individuals from achieving their destiny.
Sea Scout Ship 1942, affiliated with St. George’s Episcopal Church in Arlington, held a successful flea market on Oct. 15 to raise funds for boat docking, storage and repair fees.
Eight Arlington students participated over the summer in total-immersion programs living with families in Latin America through the Amigos de las Americas initiative.
Arlington School Board members on Oct. 20 approved schematic designs for the new elementary school that will be dropped onto what is now a parking lot on the Thomas Jefferson Middle School campus.
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- Annual Scouting for Food collection set for November
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- N.Va. Chamber adds new members
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- National Chamber Ensemble to open season in Rosslyn
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- N.Va. Transportation Authority seeks public input on priorities
- N.Va. Transportation Notes, 10/20/16 edition
- Editor’s Notebook: A compromise that seems about right
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