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  • Ten Things to Do Within Walking Distance of the Crystal Square Apartments

    Want to live an active, car-optional life? Consider one of Arlington’s most walkable, most accessible and most amenity-filled neighborhoods: Crystal City. Yes, Crystal City, the Rodney Dangerfield of the D.C. area. And if you’re going to…

  • Police seek driver for alleged sexual assault

    WASHINGTON — A woman says she was sexually assaulted over the weekend, and that her attacker was someone driving a car that had been used by an Uber driver. Police say they do not know…

  • Man Arrested After Foot Chase That Ends on I-395

    A man has been taken into custody after leading Arlington County police on a foot chase that ended along I-395. The chase started around 5:30 p.m. near S. Joyce Street in the Pentagon City area.…

  • Weekend Sexual Assaults May Be Connected to Courthouse Case

    Arlington County Police are looking into whether pair of sexual assaults over the weekend are linked to a sexual assault in Courthouse last month. Over the weekend, two women, both in their late 20s to…

  • Traffic Lights Dark at Lee Highway and Glebe Road

    Police are helping to direct traffic at the busy intersection of Lee Highway and Glebe Road due to a problem with the traffic lights. The lights are dark after a wire disconnected from the transformer by the Wells…

  • Local Woof: Giving Your Pup a Good Workout

    Editor’s Note: The Local Woof is a column that’s sponsored and written by the staff of Woofs! Dog Training Center. Woofs! has full-service dog training, boarding, and daycare facilities, near Shirlington and Ballston.

  • Dump Truck Catches Fire in North Arlington

    N. Lexington Street was closed for 45 minutes today after a dump truck caught on fire, causing it to leak hydraulic fluid. The fire ignited in the truck’s engine compartment around noon, near the intersection of N. Lexington…

  • Courthouse Company Babel Health Works to Decipher Healthcare Information

    Editor’s Note: Sponsored by Monday Properties and written by ARLnow.com, Startup Monday is a weekly column that profiles Arlington-based startups and their founders, plus other local technology happenings. The Ground Floor, Monday’s office space for young companies in Rosslyn, is now open.…

  • New Clarendon Brewpub Eyeing Late August Opening

    Sehkraft Beer Garden and Haus, a new brewpub near Clarendon from the owners of the Westover Beer Garden, is looking to open its doors before baseball season is over. The beer garden’s goal is to open…

  • Another AWLA Viral Cat Dancing Video

    Last year, two kittens rescued by the Animal Welfare League of Arlington became Internet sensations thanks to a viral video of them dancing to the hit song “Turn Down for What.” This year, another AWLA kitten is…

  • Morning Notes

    Booing at Meeting About I-66 Tolling — VDOT representatives were booed by residents at a meeting about the plan to convert I-66 to high occupancy toll lanes inside the Beltway. VDOT wants to have the…

  • Marine veteran travels over 3,800 miles by handcycle to support other vets

    ARLINGTON, Va. — After two months and over 3,800 miles of pedaling a handcycle across the country, Marine veteran Toren Gaal reached his final destination at the Marine Corps War Memorial in Arlington Sunday. Gaal…

  • ARLnow Weekend Discussion

    It looks like the rain is gone, at least until next Thursday, making this weekend a great time to go celebrate the start of the last full month of summer. One way to enjoy the…

  • Liberty Center Construction Wraps Up, For Now

    Construction on the large, eight-building Liberty Center project in Ballston has been wrapping up this week, but just temporarily. Construction barriers have been removed from the corner of Wilson Blvd and N. Randolph Street, a new…

  • District Taco Founder Hires Company That Once Laid Him Off to Build Rosslyn Restaurant

    (Updated at 5:20 p.m.) District Taco is working with an unlikely contractor for the construction of its new Rosslyn location: a company that once laid the restaurant’s founder off. In 2008, Osiris Hoil was working as a superintendent for…