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  • Arlington Co. police investigate 3 sexual assaults for possible links

    WASHINGTON — Police in Arlington County are investigating whether three sexual assaults reported in the last two weeks could be related. Twice this past weekend women about the age of 30 were grabbed and sexually…

  • ACPD Plans National Night Out Events Tonight

    Arlington County Police Department officers will join the community tonight for ice cream socials and neighborhood gatherings as part of the 32nd annual National Night Out. “It’s a good opportunity to interact with citizens outside…

  • Columbia Pike Starbucks to Open Next Week

    The new Starbucks store on Columbia Pike will open next week, the company tells ARLnow.com. The coffee shop plans to open its doors at 5:00 a.m. on Friday, Aug. 14. Located in the former Bar TNT and…

  • Morning Notes

    Sweetgreen, Taylor Gourmet Coming to Crystal City — Venture capital-funded salad purveyor Sweetgreen plans to open a 1,700 square foot store in the former Corner Bakery space in Crystal City later this year. And that’s…

  • Ten Things to Do Within Walking Distance of the Crystal Square Apartments

    Want to live an active, car-optional life? Consider one of Arlington’s most walkable, most accessible and most amenity-filled neighborhoods: Crystal City. Yes, Crystal City, the Rodney Dangerfield of the D.C. area. And if you’re going to…

  • Police seek driver for alleged sexual assault

    WASHINGTON — A woman says she was sexually assaulted over the weekend, and that her attacker was someone driving a car that had been used by an Uber driver. Police say they do not know…

  • Man Arrested After Foot Chase That Ends on I-395

    A man has been taken into custody after leading Arlington County police on a foot chase that ended along I-395. The chase started around 5:30 p.m. near S. Joyce Street in the Pentagon City area.…

  • Weekend Sexual Assaults May Be Connected to Courthouse Case

    Arlington County Police are looking into whether pair of sexual assaults over the weekend are linked to a sexual assault in Courthouse last month. Over the weekend, two women, both in their late 20s to…

  • Traffic Lights Dark at Lee Highway and Glebe Road

    Police are helping to direct traffic at the busy intersection of Lee Highway and Glebe Road due to a problem with the traffic lights. The lights are dark after a wire disconnected from the transformer by the Wells…

  • Local Woof: Giving Your Pup a Good Workout

    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.

  • Dump Truck Catches Fire in North Arlington

    N. Lexington Street was closed for 45 minutes today after a dump truck caught on fire, causing it to leak hydraulic fluid. The fire ignited in the truck’s engine compartment around noon, near the intersection of N. Lexington…

  • Courthouse Company Babel Health Works to Decipher Healthcare Information

    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.…

  • New Clarendon Brewpub Eyeing Late August Opening

    Sehkraft Beer Garden and Haus, a new brewpub near Clarendon from the owners of the Westover Beer Garden, is looking to open its doors before baseball season is over. The beer garden’s goal is to open…

  • Another AWLA Viral Cat Dancing Video

    Last year, two kittens rescued by the Animal Welfare League of Arlington became Internet sensations thanks to a viral video of them dancing to the hit song “Turn Down for What.” This year, another AWLA kitten is…

  • Morning Notes

    Booing at Meeting About I-66 Tolling — VDOT representatives were booed by residents at a meeting about the plan to convert I-66 to high occupancy toll lanes inside the Beltway. VDOT wants to have the…