What should “back to school” look like during a pandemic?
Sept. 8, early October, November and now 2021.
Local rescues are reporting that pet adoption is at an all-time high with more people working from home and looking for joy and companionship.
Action was slow at the community center because of early voting.
As precinct chief, Caroline Klam has been watching over elections in Arlington for a long time.
This year’s Eagle Scout project took a different spin with the advent of coronavirus.
Patrick Moran chosen as pilot for commercial space travel program
Patrick Moran is in his car headed for Spaceport America, New Mexico.
If she ever had a family, we'll never know.
Tree Stewards help label trees; some are ‘unusual.’
When a Tree Steward finishes the training course to become a steward, they are supposed to know how to identify a tree, in any season.
Leftover heating pipe, plywood, bungee cords and a couple of hours, and you have a couple of Halloween treat chutes.
Local Vietnam Vet is a strong proponent of voting as a duty.
”Soupy” (John) Tyler walked into Jim Moore’s barber last July and asked him if he’d be willing to make up a sign about voting, something that would inspire people to get out and vote, and he’d be glad to cover the costs.
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.
The Arlington Chamber of Commerce says that the late Erik Gutshall is the 2020 inductee into the Arlington Business Hall of Fame.
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.
Across Arlington, residents are working to relearn history.
Jim Moore was looking out his shop window on Saturday, Sept. 26, to catch the Black Lives Matter Ride that was supposed to come by his shop in Hall’s Hill.
Park in transition serves young and old, but shade trees are gone.
On the Friday before the long Labor Day weekend, Tomás Weber, his sister Vera Weber, and their cousin, Jonathan Melo, and grandfather “Papí” (Elvis) were enjoying the smooth, unscathed new enlarged blacktop parking lot at the Upton Hill Regional Park, along with several other young cyclists who were reveling in the near empty lot so they could show off their bike riding skills.
Deciding to get the dog was easy.