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  • Just Listed in Arlington

    Just Listed highlights Arlington properties that just came on the market within the past week. This feature is written and sponsored by Team Cathell, “Your Orange Line Specialists.” For buyers of homes in Arlington, there is…

  • New House Bill Takes Aim at Predatory Towing

    Arlington may stand to benefit from a bill in Congress intended to help localities tackle predatory towing. Congressmen Don Beyer (D-Va.) and Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) today reintroduced The State and Local Predatory Towing Enforcement Act,…

  • State Senator Suggests Arlington Football Team Names

    Virginia state Sen. Chap Petersen (D-Fairfax) has some tongue-in-cheek suggestions for Arlington-appropriate alternatives to the name of Washington’s professional football team. The Arlington County Board on Tuesday adopted a resolution, by a vote of 3-0-2, calling…

  • Healthy Paws: Summertime Fun and Safety Tips

    Editor’s Note: Healthy Paws is a new column sponsored and written by the owners of Clarendon Animal Care, a full-service, general practice veterinary clinic. The clinic is located 3000 10th Street N., Suite B. and can be reached…

  • The Right Note: Mixed Bag for County Board

    The Right Note is a weekly opinion column. The views and opinions expressed in the column are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of ARLnow.com. Thumbs Up to the County…

  • Peter’s Take: McAuliffe Continues Economic Development Leadership

    Peter’s Take is a weekly opinion column. The views and opinions expressed in this column are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of ARLnow.com. Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe continues to…

  • Progressive Voice: State Should Fund Schools, Not Mandate Religious Signs

    Progressive Voice is a weekly opinion column. The views and opinions expressed in this column are those of the individual author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the author’s organization or of ARLnow.com.…

  • Duck Donuts to Open Fairfax and Arlington Locations

    Beloved donut chain Duck Donuts is slated to open new locations in Arlington and Fairfax this summer. The Fairfax branch will open in the “first or second week of June” in the Boulevard Shopping Center at 10694 Fairfax Boulevard,…

  • Carryout Sushi Restaurant Now Open Near Ballston Metro

    A new sushi restaurant is now open just steps away from the Ballston Metro station. Sushi 2Go, named for its daily selection of carryout sushi, is located in the former Primo Fresh Deli space in the Metro plaza…

  • Morning Notes

    Traffic Switch on Columbia Pike — VDOT crews will open a new ramp from Washington Blvd to Columbia Pike tonight. Crews will also activate a new traffic signal on the Pike and remove an old…

  • Flags being placed on Arlington National Cemetery graves

    WASHINGTON — Hundreds of thousands of American flags are being placed on the gravestones at Arlington National Cemetery by the 3rd U.S. Infantry on Thursday. The group, also known as the Old Guard, also plans to…

  • Girl Scout Troop Opens Little Free Library in Bluemont Park

    A Girl Scout troop unveiled a Little Free Library in Bluemont Park last Saturday. The tiny library, located in Bluemont Park near the tennis court pavilion at 601 N. Manchester Street, holds a smattering of books that…

  • Italian Store Now Open in Westover

    The Italian Store opened its new Westover Village location to large crowds of hungry fans Monday. The store, at 5837 Washington Blvd, represents an expansion for the company in more ways than one. At 6,000…

  • Tutti Frutti Frozen Yogurt Closes in Pentagon City

    The Tutti Frutti frozen yogurt store at 1301 S. Fern Street in Pentagon City, across from the Costco, has closed. The store closed recently and as of Monday it appeared that the furniture and froyo machinery…

  • How Longtime Regulars Mourned the Last Day of Jay’s

    A crowd of locals swapped memories, shared beers and even fought back some tears while saying goodbye to longtime neighborhood hangout Jay’s Saloon on Monday. Jay’s Saloon first opened its doors in the fall of 1993, and became famous throughout Clarendon for…