There are new requirements for voter identification that voters must bring with them to the polling place.
The Arlington Chamber of Commerce's board of directors on Sept. 25 voted to support the transportation/Metro and school bonds on the Arlington ballot in November.
The Virginia Department of Transportation and Arlington County have completed reconstruction of two 1950s-era interchanges along Route 50 at 10th Street and Courthouse Road.
Virtually every voter in Virginia is eligible to vote absentee, which includes voting in-person absentee at a variety of locations between Sept. 19 and Nov. 1.
The members of Leadership Arlington’s Signature Program Class of 2015 met for the first time at the opening retreat held on Sept. 1819 at the Deloitte Arlington Office.
The Arlington County Board unanimously approved more than $2.5 million in funding for four Neighborhood Conservation projects on Sept. 20.
Arlington Public Schools staff update the School Board on Sept. 26 on the Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) and the alternative plans for elementary seats.
More than 22,000 active voters in Northern Virginia are without the required ID.
For the current election, new, more stringent voter identification laws are in effect.
Virtually every voter in Virginia is eligible to vote absentee, which includes voting in-person absentee at a variety of locations from now through Nov. 1.
“Flourishing After 55” from Arlington Office of Senior Adult Programs for Oct. 13-18.
The following incidents were reported by the Arlington Police Department.
Thousands of neighbors and visitors filled the streets and sidewalks at the 17th annual Clarendon Day festival on Saturday, Sept. 27.
Linden Resources, Inc., an Arlington-based non-profit organization that operates three commercial businesses and 15 federal contracts and provides work for more than 400 people with disabilities, held its 55th anniversary celebration on Sept. 23 at the Ft. Meyer Officers’ Club.
County Board seat debate centers on mass transit.
Arlington County Board candidates John Vihstadt (Independent) and Alan Howze (Democrat) have similar stances on many of the city’s issues.
RunSafer workshop focuses on staying safe while keeping fit.
Carin Usrey is an avid runner who lost a friend to assault during college. Now when she is out running for exercise, she is on heightened alert about potential dangers that could pose a threat to those on a fast-paced run or leisurely walk for exercise.