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Joe’s Pizza in Arlington Gets a Neapolitan Makeover

Some shake their heads at the change in the Arlington tradition; others embrace it.

Vernon Walters used to go to Joe’s Pizza Place and sit alone at a table far from the front door and the arcade-style games that kept kids busy in the vestibule while their parents relaxed into the blue naugahyde banquettes.

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ArPets: Meet Sully and Kelly – Two Blind Delights

A mom with no name. And a litter of kitties with eye and sight issues.

Pandemic Creates Deeper Arlington Budget Shortfall

As the economic impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic continue, Arlington County is working to close the budget gap as a result of additional revenue shortfalls for the current fiscal year.

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Preventing Falls

Physical exercise and home safety reduce risk

One of the leading causes of fatal injuries in older adults is falling.

Opinion: Letter to the Editor: Don’t Waste Your Vote

Maybe Joe Biden was not your preferred Democratic candidate and you would rather have supported Warren, Klobuchar, Sanders or Buttigieg.

Opinion: Commentary: Don’t Be Fooled by Ballot Language in Virginia

Vote NO on the Gerrymandering Amendment

The ballot language in Amendment 1 is confusing.

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Arlington Schools Set to Reopen in Stages

Newspaper headlines on March 13 broadcast “Breaking News: Arlington Public Schools Closing Monday Through Spring Break.”

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Shovels to Ribbons Signals Completion of Culpepper Garden Renovation

A bevy of shovels signaled the groundbreaking of Culpepper Garden 1 Renovation on April 11, 2018.

Arlington Restaurant Week

The Arlington Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring its second annual Arlington Restaurant Week, happening through Oct. 26.

Chamber to Induct the Late Erik Gutshall into Arlington Business Hall of Fame

The Arlington Chamber of Commerce says that the late Erik Gutshall is the 2020 inductee into the Arlington Business Hall of Fame.

Opinion: Commentary: Marathon is Over – Virginia Special Session Gavels Out

The 2020 General Assembly Special Session, which first convened on Aug. 18, recessed at 7:15 p.m. Oct. 16.

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ArPets: Bossy Bilingual Bisou

Bossy Bilingual Bisou kept her from lockdown loneliness

It’s hard when you reach that time in your 30s where your friends are starting to settle down.

Opinion: Letter to the Editor: We Are Not Better Off Now

Regarding this 2020 election… never mind that President Trump took children away from their parents at our southern border.

Opinion: Letter to the Editor: Voters: Heroes of the Day

I am just short of 88 years of age and have voted in sixteen elections for president.

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National Book Month

Month-long celebration focuses on engaging families in reading, writing and literature

It’s a line from the Pulitzer Prize-winning classic, To Kill a Mockingbird, that is at the heart of the literary philosophy of Anne Briggs, web services and communications librarian at Montgomery College Library.

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