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Arlington Independent Media Expanding to Radio

After decades of offering locally based and created television content, Arlington Independent Media is extending its reach to radio.

Paul LaValley is astonished and happy to be wrong in his assumption.

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Arlington: Trooper Jacqueline Vernon Remembered

I-395 Bridge named in memory of her.

To those driving on Interstate 395 over South Glebe Road, “Trooper Jacqueline Vernon Memorial Bridge” might seem like just another name.

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Arlington: Students at Gunston Middle Learn Life Skills

Elective wheel exposes students to variety of courses.

Handbooks are ready, supplies have been ordered and teachers have been getting acquainted with their new classrooms.

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Arlington Neighborhood Outlook: Areas Undergoing ‘Reinvention and Transition’

Despite the colorful banners and lively street life, Crystal City’s a shell of its former economic powerhouse. While Arlington overall faces a high office vacancy of 20 percent, at 28.7 percent, Crystal City is hit the worst.

Arlington Brief: Inmate Dies in County Jail

A 48-year-old man with a history of medical issues died in the early hours of Aug. 22 after being found unconscious in a medical unit cell of the Arlington County Detention Facility, according to the Sheriff’s Office.

Arlington: Help Police Identify Suspect

The Arlington County Police Department’s Special Victims Unit is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying and locating a suspect involved in an attempted sexual assault and abduction of a female victim which occurred on the Washington & Old Dominion Trail on July 31.

Shifting Boundaries

Navy Annex land exchange includes straightening Columbia Pike.

A land exchange between Arlington County and Arlington National Cemetery could lead to a new historic memorial in Arlington.

Arlington: Signature Stages ‘The Fix’

Political musical comedy runs now through Sept. 20.

Signature Theater in Arlington is staging the musical comedy, "The Fix" by John Dempsey and Dana P. Rowe, from now through Sept. 20.

Arlington: Re-Launch Project

Carmen Lopez, who founded the designer consignment business in 2007, is moving into a new space in Clarendon.

Current Boutique owner Carmen Lopez, who founded the designer consignment business in 2007, is moving into a new space in Clarendon that is close to triple the size of the old store in D.C.

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Arlington: Joint Effort Distributes 900 Backpacks

The Reading Connection (TRC) and local employees of The Boeing Company recently stuff more than 900 backpacks full of supplies and books for local at-risk children.

The Reading Connection (TRC) and local employees of The Boeing Company recently stuffed more than 900 backpacks full of supplies and books for local at-risk children.

Brief: NVSO at National Senior Games

Northern Virginia Senior Olympics committee compete in 2015 National Seniors Games held in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Members of the Northern Virginia Senior Olympics committee were among the thousands of seniors who competed in the 2015 National Seniors Games held recently in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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Brief: New Deputy County Manager

Arlington County Fire Chief James Schwartz will take a new position of deputy county manager.

Arlington County Fire Chief James Schwartz will take a new position of deputy county manager.

Brief: Celebrating Startup Day

Officials meet with small business and tech leaders to highlight federal resources available to the business community.

U.S. Rep. Don Beyer, U.S. Deputy Secretary of Commerce Bruce Andrews, and Deputy Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Economic Development Matt S. Erskine visited 1776 Aug. 13 for a roundtable and walkthrough at the incubator and venture fund’s recently opened Crystal City location as part of Start-Up Day Across America.

Alexandria: TSA Transports out of Arlington

Arlington’s loss of the Transportation Security Administration headquarters is Alexandria’s gain.

While Alexandria celebrates the recent Transportation Security Administration’s decision to move to West Eisenhower, Arlington struggles to recover from another blow to the county’s office vacancies. The 3,800-person headquarters will leave its Arlington location in 2018 to settle into the Victory Center.

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Alexandria/Arlington: Testing the Waters

Alexandria and Arlington begin discussions on potential shared pool.

Despite Alexandria swiping the TSA headquarters away from Arlington, the relationship remains cordial enough that the two have begun discussions around a shared Aquatic Center.

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