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  • Most of Arlington’s Traffic Cameras Are Unavailable

    None of the traffic cameras on Arlington roads, save for interstate highways like I-66 and I-395, can currently be viewed by the public. When trying to view the cameras on the website Trafficland.com, which the county’s…

  • Tech Tidbits: Data Recovery On Hard Drives with Bad Sectors

    The following article is written and sponsored by Alexander Chamandy of Arlington Virginia Computer Repair, the IT services provider of ARLnow.com. Data recovery technicians are no stranger to hard drives with bad sectors.  In fact…

  • Midlothian day care owner sentenced for not having license

    CHESTERFIELD, Va. (AP) — The owner of a day care where a fire fatally injured a child has been sentenced for operating the facility illegally. Media outlets report that 46-year-old Laurie F. Underwood of Midlothian…

  • Homeowner Finds Stranger Covered in Vomit in Dining Room

    A 22-year-old Arlington man has been arrested after he was found covered in vomit in an Ashton Heights home. Police say a homeowner on the 700 block of N. Lincoln Street awoke around 2:00 a.m. Saturday,…

  • Reston Paolo’s to Get New Menu, Name, Look

    Paolo’s Ristorante, a mainstay of Reston Town Center for two decades, will morph into a Mediterranean-themed spot that will be familiar to some Washingtonians. Thomas Gregg, the new CEO of Capital Restaurant Group — which operates…

  • Harrisonburg cemetery added to national historic register

    HARRISONBURG, Va. (AP) — A historically black cemetery in Harrisonburg has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places. The state Board of Historic Resources recommended adding Newton Cemetery to the register last December…

  • Fairfax County police investigate light aimed at helicopter

    HERNDON, Va. (AP) — Fairfax County police are investigating what they say is a dangerous incident in which someone shone a bright light into the agency’s helicopter. The department said Tuesday that the incident occurred…

  • Man Arrested for Dozens of Car Break-Ins

    Police say they caught a man they suspect of breaking into dozens of cars in Rosslyn “red-handed” over the weekend. The arrest happened around 1:40 a.m. Saturday, on the 1100 block of Wilson Blvd. Arlington County police…

  • Defense seeks delay in man’s trial over U.Va student’s death

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) — Attorneys for the man charged with abducting and killing a University of Virginia student are asking a judge to delay his trial. Media outlets report that Jesse Matthew Jr.’s lawyers filed…

  • Water plant shut down after fuel spill in Appomattox River

    HOPEWELL, Va. (AP) — Virginia American Water has shut down a treatment plant serving about 9,400 customers following a diesel fuel spill in the Appomattox River. Virginia American Water spokeswoman Samantha Villegas tells media outlets…

  • Condoleezza Rice to speak at William and Mary commencement

    WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (AP) — Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will speak at the College of William and Mary’s spring commencement ceremony. The college says the ceremony is scheduled for May 16 in William and…

  • Morning Notes

    Snow Chance Today — Arlington may get some snow, sleet and freezing rain this afternoon. The area is under a Winter Weather Advisory, although forecasters think areas north and west of Arlington are at more…

  • Reston Association Election: Meet Julie Bitzer

    Voting in the 2015 Reston Association Board of Directors elections is now open. We will be running candidate profiles Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. The profiles are in a Q-and-A format so each…

  • FCPS Warns Weather May Close Schools Early Tuesday

    More of the dreaded wintry mix is headed towards Reston this afternoon — which may make for a messy commute and early school closings. The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for…

  • Abingdon council OKs funds to repair Barter Theater’s roof

    ABINGDON, Va. (AP) — Abingdon officials plan to repair the Barter Theater’s leaky roof. Town Council on Monday approved $15,000 for the project. The funding includes $10,000 that had been set aside for a retreat…