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  • Red Light Cameras Coming Soon to Crystal City, Columbia Pike

    The Arlington County Police Department will soon be installing seven new red light cameras, scattered across various parts of the county. ACPD announced the new cameras in a press release late Friday afternoon, saying they will…

  • JUST IN: Generator Fire in Crystal City

    Update at 4:50 p.m. – The fire has been extinguished, no one was hurt and roads are reopening. A reported generator fire in Crystal City is producing a large amount of smoke. Arlington County Police are shutting…

  • Pentagon City Mall Hosts Lunar New Year Celebration

    The Lunar New Year celebration in Asia is fully underway, and the Fashion Centre at Pentagon City is hosting a lineup of events tomorrow to celebrate. From noon to 6:00 p.m. at the mall (1100…

  • Is Arlington Falling Short on Maintaining Its Trees?

    Residents of the Cherrydale neighborhood say there’s “no excuse” for the county to fall behind as much as it has with maintaining trees. In a presentation to the Arlington County Board on Tuesday night, Cherrydale Citizens…

  • Open Houses in Arlington This Weekend

    March is finally coming on Sunday. After that, just three more weeks until spring. According to real estate agents, spring in the housing market is already here. See our real estate section for a full listing of open…

  • Pentagon removes newsstands from property as security precaution

    WASHINGTON — It may be a little bit more difficult to grab print news at Pentagon after the military kicked newspaper boxes from the property because of their security risk. The Pentagon recently removed all…

  • Girl Scout Cookies Are Back

    Lovers of treats rejoice: it’s Girl Scout cookie season. Scouts in sashes will be selling scores of sweets around the county, and it’s already underway. This afternoon, scouts will be posted up at the 1800 N.…

  • Crime Report: Smash Register

    A knife-wielding man robbed a dollar store and on S. Four Mile Run Drive last week and used a slightly unorthodox method of obtaining cash. Police say the man ran off with the store’s cash…

  • Morning Notes

    Murphy Falls Short of Superintendent Award — Arlington Public Schools Superintendent Patrick Murphy may be one of the top superintendents in the country, according to the American Association of Schools Administrators, but at a conference in…

  • 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.” Perhaps last week’s surge of ratified contracts has…

  • 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…