A teenager was arrested over the weekend for allegedly hitting his mother with a frying pan after she refused to let him use her Kindle.
A man who broke into a Courthouse apartment and rubbed a sleeping woman\’s arm had struck twice before in the same apartment building, ARLnow.com has learned.
Don\’t be alarmed if you see what appears to be an aircraft accident at Reagan National Airport on Saturday (September 21). It\’s part of a planned emergency preparedness exercise.
The crowd at Friday night\’s outdoor showing of \”Grease\” in Rosslyn got to witness an extra bit of summer lovin\’ — a choreographed, real-life marriage proposal.
A pair of gun-toting men robbed someone of a cellphone and a bible along Wilson Blvd Sunday night.
Signature Theatre in Shirlington (4200 Campbell Ave) will again host Summer Hummer, a burlesque show put on by theatreWashington to raise funds for charity.
An Arlington County pickup truck struck a pedestrian in Crystal City Wednesday afternoon.
A teenager is facing charges after a robbery that led to what some might call a bit of karma.
Police are looking for a man accused of peeping on a woman while she was in a restroom stall at the Barnes and Noble in Clarendon.
Have you ever wondered what Fido and Fluffy are trying to tell you? You may have an opportunity to find out, thanks to a weekend celebration at Arlington Metaphysical Chapel featuring a pet psychic.
A car flipped on its roof near Shirlington on Sunday after colliding with a parked police car.
Prince Harry Visits Arlington Nat’l Cemetery – Britain’s Prince Harry is visiting Arlington National Cemetery this morning as part of his two-day visit to the Washington area. The prince is expected to lay a wreath at…
A Hyattsville, Md., man has been arrested after police say he choked his ex-girlfriend and stole her dog. The victim was walking the dog in the 2400 block of 11th Street N., in the Courthouse…
Eighty-two runners in the 2013 Boston Marathon listed their city of residence as Arlington, Va. Following today\’s horrific bombing at the race\’s finish line, we\’re now starting to hear from some of those Arlington residents who ran the race and escaped the event unscathed.
While the planned Columbia Pike streetcar has been making local headlines, Arlington County has been quietly moving forward with a project that\’s bringing significant infrastructure improvements to the busy thoroughfare.