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- Across Northern Virginia, Men Pull Larger Paychecks than Women
- More Connect With Kids Champions
- Mentor Program Expands Into Arlington
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- Pub Crawl Crackdown
- Wakefield Rising Senior Tham is Warriors' Force in the Paint
- Rising Senior Tham Is Wakefield’s Force in the Paint
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- O’Leary Steps Down
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Q&A: The oldest of eight children, Tham enjoys Meek Mill, NBA 2K.
Wakefield rising senior Dominique Tham has helped guide the Warriors boys' basketball team to the state tournament each of the last two seasons.
Besides Washington-Lee's Dave Soles and Williamsburg's Will Smolinski, the Arlington Partnership for Children, Youth and Families had awarded three other Arlington Public Schools employees as Connect with Kids Champions.
From Arlington Office of Senior Adult Programs for Aug. 4-14.
County Board forgoes federal funds to expedite Columbia Pike project.
When federal officials denied Arlington County's request for a Small Starts grant, advocates for the streetcar project went back to the drawing board. Now the three Arlington County Board members who support the $300 million project say they will forgo federal funds altogether, using state money set aside for transportation.
New permitting system designed to help cover public safety expenses.
The turning point for Arlington's burgeoning pub crawl may have been St. Patrick's Day, a time when the Arlington County Police Department found itself swamped by hordes of drunken revelers.