Events in Arlington Co., Va.
Rams pull away from Yorktown in second quarter.
The Robinson boys' lacrosse team beat Yorktown in the region quarterfinals.
Members of the Arlington Woman's Club showed off their Red Noses at their Shred Event last week in support of Red Nose Day, May 26, that helps underserved children with both school supplies and food, in the U.S. and overseas. Visit RedNoseDay.org.
Holly Koons McCullough has been named the new executive director of the Arlington Arts Center (AAC). She brings more than 20 years of curatorial and administrative experience in the visual arts to AAC.
Foster parents were hesitant at first, now committed.
One of the attendees asked an honoree at the May 16 gala dinner for foster parents how long she and her husband had been foster parents.
A profile of Chef Evelyn Bunoan.
Most people drive by the Philippine Oriental Market on Lee Highway in Arlington and don’t recognize it as the go-to place for the local Filipino community. Why?
In April, 2016, 264 Arlington homes sold between $2,391,430-$120,000.
Arlington Home Sales: April, 2016
Rams star Daniel still bothered by 2015 home loss to Patriots.
The Robinson boys' lacrosse team will host Yorktown at 7:30 p.m. tonight in the 6A North region quarterfinals.
County Board candidates talk commerce in local debate.
The core differences between the Democrats, and even the independent running for County Board, are slim. So when the three candidates met the evening of May 16 for a debate, the conversation centered around differing approaches to the same issues affecting the county.
Local cyclists share tips for new riders.
On May 20, expect to see more Arlington commuters leaving the cars in the garage. Annual “Bike to Work” day encourages commuters to try out a car-free lifestyle, and some of the local experts are ready with tips for new riders.
Little noticed in the bustling arts scene in the Washington area is a chorus of Arlington Spanish-speaking children who sing and cavort on stage.
Questions continue about how to improve response times.
Attendees at the penultimate meeting on Fire Station 8 shook their heads.
School Board sacrifices future budgets to avoid cuts in 2017.
The good news is that the Arlington School Board approved a budget without cutting any of the proposed programs from the $582 million budget the School Board sent to the County Board.
Arlington leadership and ridership look at upcoming Metro changes.
From elected officials to Metro riders just passing through, this has been the response to the long-awaited plan to fix the Washington Metro.
Rachad Alaour, general manager, cuts the wide green ribbon on Wednesday, May 4 for the opening of Shake Shack at Pentagon City. Laurie Van Dalen (left), general manager for Fashion Center, says they began the expansion of Fashion Center 20 months ago and Shake Shack is the first of five businesses to open in this new space. Megan Purtell, assistant general manager, is at far left.