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  • New Group Urges Distribution of Affordable Housing Throughout County

    A newly-formed citizens group is raising questions about the Affordable Housing Master Plan, the County’s plan to address the need for more affordable housing. The Coalition of Arlingtonians for Responsible Development (CARD), which currently has around 70 members, is…

  • Photos Released of Masked Lee Highway Bank Robbery Suspect

    Arlington County Police and the FBI have released photos of the man who robbed the Capital One Bank at 4700 Lee Highway Monday afternoon. The photos (above) show the man dressed all in black, wielding…

  • New Pool Hall to Open in Former Lucy’s Location Near Shirlington

    (Updated at 2:15 p.m.) A new billiards hall and neighborhood bar is coming to the former Lucy’s ARL location near Shirlington. Chester’s Billiards Bar & Grill will be located at 2620 S. Shirlington Road, which…

  • Ask Will: Self Managing My Rental Property

    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: I’m planning to move overseas…

  • Free Barre Classes in Rosslyn Rescheduled

    The remaining Barre in the Park classes in Rosslyn have been rescheduled from Wednesday to Thursday evenings, starting this week. Barre in the Park, which is in its second season, is a series of free…

  • ‘Late Night Recess’ Returns to Arlington Central Library

    Arlington Public Library is bringing back its “late night recess” for 20- and 30-somethings this summer. The event lets young professionals have some retro fun, meet new people and discover everything else the library has…

  • Morning Notes

    Kudla Out After Four-Set Loss — Arlington resident Denis Kudla, 22, capped his impressive performance at Wimbledon with a four-set loss to reigning U.S. Open champ Marin Cilic in the Round of 16 yesterday afternoon.…

  • Now Open: La Moto Washington, Your Source for Italian Motorbikes

    La Moto Washington, located in the heart of Arlington, and a short walk from the Clarendon Metro, is the official flagship store for Vespa, Piaggio, Aprilia and Moto Guzzi. Whether you are new to riding,…

  • BREAKING: Bank Robbery on Lee Highway

    (Updated at 6:15 p.m.) Arlington County Police are on the scene of a reported bank robbery in the Waverly Hills neighborhood. The robbery was reported around 5:00 p.m. at the Capital One Bank, at 4700 Lee Highway.…

  • Pie Store Planned for N. Glebe Road

    Construction has started for a new pie store planned near the intersection of N. Glebe Road and Lee Highway. Owners Heather Sheire and Wendy MacCallum hope to open the new store by the end of the…

  • Local Woof: Preventing Dog Bites

    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. There is was again. Another story…

  • Ballston Restaurant Vapiano Closes After Eight Years

    Italian eatery Vapiano’s Ballston location (4401 Wilson Blvd) has closed. Vapiano had occupied the Ballston location for the past eight years. According to a sign in the building’s window, the last day of business was…

  • Arlington Man Seeks to Connect People With Epilepsy Through App

    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.…

  • Free People in Clarendon Closes, Moves to D.C.

    The bohemian women’s clothing store Free People closed its Clarendon location as of the end of last week. The clothing store’s staff could be seen packing away the stock last Thursday. There are now signs…

  • Lineup for 25th Annual Rosslyn Jazz Festival Announced

    The Rosslyn Business Improvement District has announced the lineup for its annual jazz festival. The event, which BID president Mary-Claire Burick says will be “exciting, bold and fun,” is celebrating its 25th anniversary this summer. In addition to performances covering everything…