After three losses against tough opponents, QB Isaac leads Hawks to win.
The Hayfield football team defeated Washington-Lee 49-20 on Friday night.
AWLA’s Safekeeping program provides temporary shelter.
Due to a new law, as of July 1, a judge can make decisions regarding a pet’s care and custody when they have been in abusive households.
Residents and friends gathered at the Drew Model School and Community Center on Saturday, Sept. 20, to celebrate the Nauck community’s 170th birthday with a day of civic and community pride.
Our health care system is neither healthy nor accessible for many women, but Richmond lawmakers have an opportunity to make improvements. They need to stop playing politics with people’s lives and begin to start governing.
In August 2014, 234 Arlington homes sold between $1,820,000-$107,000.
Arlington Home Sales: August, 2014
Donohoe Construction turned over the first phase of occupancy at the new Beacon at Clarendon West after receiving the Certificate of Occupancy from Arlington County in August
Event benefits Canine Companions for Independence.
The first annual DogFest Walk ‘N Roll in the area kicked off early Saturday morning, Sept. 13, as close to 30 teams queued up on Pentagon Row to support Canine Companions for Independence.
More than 100 people gathered on the edges of the plaza outside the Arlington County building on Thursday morning, Sept. 11, to remember the events of Sept. 11, 2001.
In July 2014, 281 Arlington homes sold between $2,000,000-$125,000.
Arlington Real Estate: Top Sales in July 2014
Fifty-four cars and trucks were displayed on the front lawns of the Arlington Council on Saturday afternoon, Sept. 6.
Generals place fourth with four girls in top 25.
The Washington-Lee girls’ cross country team continued its run of strong performances with a fourth-place finish at the Monroe Parker Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 6 at Burke Lake Park.
New senior Unitarian minister to deliver first sermon Sunday.
On Sunday, Sept. 7, the new senior minister, the Rev. Aaron B. McEmry, will deliver his first sermon at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington located at 4444 Arlington Blvd. Services are at 9:15 a.m. and 11:15 a.m.
Journalist speaks about her coverage of Richard Nixon and Watergate.
As the nation marked the 40th anniversary of Richard Nixon’s resignation as president of the U.S. on Aug. 9, a fully packed auditorium at the Central Library gathered on Aug. 12 to see Elizabeth Drew, a journalist who covered the months leading up to Nixon’s resignation for The New Yorker, and to hear about the recent edition of her book on the Watergate scandal, “Washington Journal: Reporting Watergate and Richard Nixon's Downfall.”
Q&A: RB/DB plans to play football in college.
Senior running back/defensive back Daquay Harris enters his third year as a member of the Washington-Lee varsity football team. As a sophomore, Harris received second-team All-National District honors as a cornerback.
To the Editor: Our community knows as well as any that suicide takes an enormous toll on families, friends, co-workers, schools and the fabric of our society.