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Deer Must be Managed in Arlington: Residents Asked to Weigh In

To Kill, Sterilize, Repel, or Contain?

Deer Must be Managed in Arlington: Residents Asked to Weigh In

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’Kibbutz Blinken’ Keeps Angry Vigil for 150 Days and Counting

Multi-generational, multi-ethnic protesters want Blinken to take action

Multi-generational, multi-ethnic protesters want Blinken to take action

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Some Unaware Aware It Was Election Day

Primaries are often low turnout events, but only 11 percent voted on June 18

Apparently, a lot of people didn’t know Tuesday, June 18 was Primary Election Day.

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Second Annual ‘Hike for Her’ Raises Funds for Afghan GIrls

Arlington-based non-profit Ascend Afghanistan celebrates 10th year

Marina LeGree and her team have been teaching Afghan girls how to climb mountains since 2014. While living and working in Afghanistan, LeGree saw a need, and an opportunity, to unlock the leadership skills of young women using the mountains surrounding their homes as a classroom.

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Tour de Clarendon Careens Around Corners in Arlington

Brendon Rhim wins Sunday’s Clarendon Cup 2024

It’s a short one kilometer route that turns sharp corners at Clarendon, Wilson, and Washington Boulevards — one hundred times. That is what makes the Armed Forces Cycling Classic (AFCC) so challenging. The 100 km race goes around 300 corners, each time potentially ending in a crash, as happened a few times on Sunday.

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Flowers, Coins, and Tears: Veterans Honored at Arlington Cemetery

Volunteers collected and placed 140,000 flowers on graves.

The Memorial Day Flowers Foundation brought 140,000 flowers for its annual floral tribute at Arlington National Cemetery on Memorial Day.

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Arlington’s 9th Street Quartet Wows Crowd at St. George's Church

... and manages to tie in Jane Austen to Schubert

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New Harris Teeter in Arlington Emphasizes Customer Experience

Store offers upgraded shop and a bar in the heart of Ballston

Harris Teeter

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Arlington’s Casual Adventure Seeks Socks to Recycle

Socks are one of the most thrown out clothing item, clogging landfills

"There is a tremendous enthusiasm for the whole repurpose movement. People love the idea of finding a new home or a new way to use something that would otherwise be discarded. Casual Adventure goes above and beyond to reach out to the community to make people more aware of the program. Year after year, people continue to find socks to bring in. Casual Adventure has always ranked in the top 10 nationally which is a win/win for everybody involved." — Mitchell McGuinness, Smartwool Regional Representative

We Struggle with the Aftermath of Oct. 7

Quakers, Muslims, Rabbis preach: “We must find the humanity in each other.”


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