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.
Northern Virginia is booming with transportation projects, from highway widenings and Metro extension to bus and train service, and more will occur in the near future – but only if backers can show their projects are needed and under sound fiscal management.
Voter turnout in Arlington should set a record on Nov. 8, surpassing the previous all-time high by 8 percent, according to the prediction of a prodigious prognosticator.
Among the 50 largest U.S. real-estate markets, the top five (in order) were Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach County, Tampa, Orlando and Las Vegas, each demonstrating a vigorous combination of consistently strong demand, home price appreciation, and economic and demographic growth.
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- Arlington delegation to Richmond aims to build political bridges
- Beyer sees little political will – yet – to address rising debt level
- InsideNova, Sun Gazette endorse Comstock in 10th District
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- Arlington officials hope civility survives school-boundary battles
- The humble postcard takes the stage in Arlington political playbook
- Arlington 55+ News, 10/27/16 edition
- Arlington History, 10/27/16 edition
- Arlington Schools & Military, 10/27/16 edition
- Editor’s Notebook: Always admirable to fess up when wrong
- Former credit union CEO wins lifetime-achievement honors
- Arlington School Board OKs ‘director of talent’ hiring
- Arlington Chamber adds new members
- Challenger rips Arlington County Board pay-raise proposal
- Arlington school officials to hold forum on boundary changes
- Robotics coursework could come to Arlington middle schools
- Russian soprano featured at Opera Nova concert
- Editor’s Notebook: Could have been a big campaign issue
- Amputee athlete-activist brings inspiration to Arlington students