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  • Pho Deluxe To Open Courthouse Location This Weekend

    Fourth of July revelers will have another option for dining out this holiday weekend: Vietnamese eatery Pho Deluxe plans to open at 2300 Clarendon Blvd on Sunday, in the space previously vacated by Toscana Grill. Owners Dan and Hue Nguyen announced…

  • Wellness Matters: Stay Safe in the Sun

    The following weekly column is written and sponsored by Virginia Hospital Center, a proud member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network and one of America’s 100 Top Hospitals for the third year in a row. After a…

  • Avoid Four Mile Run Due to Spill, County Warns

    Arlington County is warning people and their pets to avoid the waters of Four Mile Run below S. Walter Reed Drive, for now. An unknown petroleum product was discovered in the stream this morning, just…

  • APS Adds Gender Identity to Nondiscrimination Policy

    The Arlington School Board voted unanimously this morning to include gender identity and expression to its nondiscrimination policies for hiring teachers and other employees. The language is intended to prevent discrimination and harassment against transgender…

  • Arlington Pet of the Week: Tater K. Tot

    This week’s Arlington Pet of the Week is Tater K. Tot, a one and a half year-old Pomeranian who loves to play in the snow and has his own Instagram feed. Here’s what Tater Tot…

  • Petroleum spill reported in Arlington Co. waterway

    WASHINGTON — Crews were cleaning up a petroleum spill along a creek in Arlington Wednesday morning. The Arlington County Parks Department reported the spill about 10:40 a.m. near Campbell Avenue and Four Mile Run, close…

  • NYC Bus Service to Run From Pentagon City Mall

    (Updated at 6:45 p.m.) You can now catch a bus to New York mere minutes after scarfing down an Auntie Anne’s pretzel and wading through a sea of middle school tour groups. Washington Deluxe, a Washington to New…

  • Williamsburg Gift Shop to Hold Christmas Sale, in July

    Proactive shoppers can get a head start on next season’s holiday shopping at specialty gift store Two the Moon’s (6501 29th St. N) upcoming Christmas in July sale. Two the Moon, which opened last year,…

  • Morning Notes

    Whole Foods Eying Ballston Development? — Whole Foods is reportedly considering leasing a 43,000 square foot retail space in a new 12-story, 431-unit apartment building that’s set to replace the Rosenthal Mazda dealership at the corner of…

  • Donnellan, Artisphere Staff Bid Farewell on Last Day

    Arlington County Manager Barbara Donnellan and the staff of Artisphere are saying farewell. Today is Donnellan’s last day as the top executive in Arlington County government, before her retirement, which was announced in March. Deputy…

  • Ask Will: Simple Updates to Prep a Home For Sale

    This regularly-scheduled sponsored Q&A  column is written by Will Wiard, Arlington-based real estate broker, voted one of Washington’s Best Realtors of 2015 by Washingtonian. Please submit your questions via email. Q: We are in the process…

  • Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued

    The National Weather Service has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch for Arlington and the surrounding D.C. region. Forecasters say thunderstorms with the potential for damaging wind and hail will spread across the area this afternoon and…

  • New Sushi Restaurant Kona Grill Opens on Wilson Boulevard

    The Kona Grill, a sushi restaurant that combines American and Hawaiian flavors, opened its doors in Rosslyn on Monday. The new restaurant, located at 1776 Wilson Blvd, is one of the company’s more than 30 restaurants in…

  • School Board Funds Teacher Training for iPad, Laptop Initiative

    The Arlington School Board voted this month to provide $640,000 to train teachers in student use of school-issued Apple iPads and Macbooks. The funding was approved after an amendment to stop it failed one to four.…

  • APS to Consider Adding Gender Identity to Nondiscrimination Policy

    (Updated at 12:05 p.m.) The Arlington School Board will consider a proposal to add gender identity and expression to its nondiscrimination policy for teachers and other employees, ARLnow.com has learned. The proposal is on the…