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  • Morning Poll: Pulling a Prank for April Fool’s?

    It’s April Fool’s Day, when the world’s latent tricksters have free rein to terrorize their friends, family and colleagues with deceit, dishonesty and deception. Some people abstain from the holiday altogether, while other April Fool’s…

  • Morning Notes

    Public Defender Decries Pay Gap – Arlington’s deputy public defenders can make up to $33,000 less than their counterparts at the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s office. Chief Public Defender Matthew Foley said the gap creates an unfair balance,…

  • Kickstart Your Spring Social Calendar with DC Bocce (Promoted)

    Are you looking for a week night activity that’s super social and easy to join? The traditional Italian sport of bocce just might be your answer. It turns out that in addition to game’s appeal…

  • Arlington Now Under Wind Advisory

    Arlington County and the D.C. region is under a wind advisory Tuesday night. The National Weather Service says wind gusts up to 50 mph are possible tonight. From NWS: … WIND ADVISORY IN EFFECT UNTIL…

  • New Sushi Restaurant Coming to Rosslyn?

    A new sushi restaurant appears to be moving in to the Colonial Village Shopping Center, next to the IceBerry frozen yogurt shop, at 1713 Wilson Blvd. Rolls By U has put construction paper in the windows…

  • New Arlington TEDx Conference Looking for Speakers

    Another TEDx conference is coming to Arlington this year, with a theme of “Connectedness.” TEDxArlington is planned for Oct. 3, organized by a of Arlington residents hoping to think about connectedness “in broad terms.” That could mean…

  • Arlington Resident Representing U.S. in Maccabi Games

    Cherrydale resident Ori Hoffer will fulfill every athlete’s dream this winter: representing his country in international competition. Unlike many of the athletes sports fans typically associate with the honor — in their 20s, playing in…

  • Multiple Lockers Broken Into at Crystal City L.A. Fitness

    At least four lockers were broken into on Saturday at the L.A. Fitness south of Crystal City (3550 S. Clark Street). According to Arlington County Police Department spokesman Dustin Sternbeck, the lockers in the men’s locker room…

  • Ask Adam: Assessed Value and Market Value

    This regularly-scheduled sponsored Q&A column is written by Adam Gallegos, Arlington-based real estate broker, voted one of Arlington Magazine’s Best Realtors of 2013 & 2014. Please submit your questions via email. Q. I was a little confused after…

  • Morning Notes

    County to Study ART Bus Ads — Arlington County staff will study selling advertisements on the side of ART buses. With County Board member John Vihstadt being joined by Jay Fisette and Libby Garvey in…

  • UPDATED: Escaped Bank Robbery Suspect Captured

    Final Update (noon) – According to the Fairfax County Police Department, Assaye has been apprehended in southeast D.C., during a traffic stop, without incident. Update at 10:00 a.m. — Per a police broadcast, the vehicle referenced…

  • Curious Grape Closes, Italian Restaurant to Open Soon

    (Updated at 7:00 p.m.) The Curious Grape, the wine bar and shop in Shirlington, closed Saturday night, but a new restaurant will be taking its place shortly. Coming in to the location on 2900 S. Quincy…

  • Local Woof: Is Your Dog Overweight?

    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. More than half of the dogs…

  • Arlington and D.C. are top cities for graduates

    Arlington and the District make the top five on a list of best cities for college graduates. That list is based on jobs that require a degree, salaries and cost of living. Financial planning site…

  • Taste of Arlington Returns May 17

    (Updated at 6:20 p.m.) The annual Taste of Arlington food festival in Ballston will be back for 2015 on Sunday, May 17. Last year, the festival drew a record 40,000 attendees, according to its organizer, the…