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  • Century-Old House in Ballston to be Demolished

    (Updated at 6:30 p.m.) In a matter of months, a Washington Boulevard house thought to have been built in the 1800s will be torn down. The two-story shingle and frame house at 4210 Washington Blvd will be replaced…

  • Residents Hoping to Launch North Arlington Farmers Market

    A group of residents is working to establish a farmers market at Marymount University, near the northernmost part of Arlington County. According to an email forwarded to ARLnow.com, Marymount has agreed to support the idea of…

  • Healthy Paws: What’s in a Name?

    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…

  • Peter’s Take: The Way Forward on FY 2016 Budgets

    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. The county manager and the Arlington Public…

  • The Right Note: It’s Unanimous

    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. After campaigning last fall on…

  • Progressive Voice: Arlington’s History of Long-Term Planning, Part Two

    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 ARLnow.com. This week marks the second…

  • African-American Heritage Festival Returns Saturday

    Arlington’s 23rd annual “Feel the Heritage Festival,” celebrating Black History Month, returns on Saturday to the Charles Drew Community Center in Nauck. From 1:00 to 6:00 p.m. at 3500 23rd Street S., attendees can come…

  • Virginia Square Family Builds Igloo With Room for Two on Their Front Yard

    Record low temperatures and several snowstorms have some in Arlington feeling like they live in the Arctic, but one local family is taking it to the next level. Graeme Lee, his wife and two children built an…

  • Morning Notes

    Peter Chang Fast Casual Restaurant in Arlington — Chef Peter Chang, who has a large following in Northern Virginia, is in lease negotiations for the Oriental Gourmet space at 2503 N. Harrison Street. Chang hopes to…

  • UPDATED: Ebola Response in Clarendon

    (Updated at 10:35 a.m.) Arlington County medics, firefighters and the hazmat team are on the scene of a Clarendon apartment building for a potential case of Ebola. The call came in just after 9:30 this…

  • Snow Tapering Off, But Some Road Are Slick

    This morning’s snowfall is beginning to taper off, but not before causing some problems on the roads. Many main roads were treated before the snow fell, making for an easy commute earlier this morning. The…

  • Arlington Home Buyer Seminar Next Week (Promoted)

    Are you considering buying a home in Arlington or the DC area in 2015? If so, attend this Arlington home buyer seminar in Ballston next Wednesday, March 4th. Three industry experts – Joe Zamoiski of…

  • Arlington Public Schools Closed Thursday

    (Updated at 8:35 a.m.) Arlington Public Schools are closed Thursday. APS made the call at 6:00 this morning, joining Alexandria, Fairfax County and numerous other local school systems that decided to close due to snow and…

  • Board Approves Two Columbia Pike Developments

    The first two residential developments designed with the Columbia Pike neighborhoods form-based code were approved last night, bringing hundreds of new residences into the Pike’s development pipeline. The Arlington County Board approved a 229-unit, eight-story…

  • More Smoke Reported at Rosslyn Metro Station

    Update at 4:45 p.m. — No signs of smoke have been found. Firefighters on the scene say that the smoke is believed to be from a train that has since traveled into the District. For…