Interplanetary and interstate travelers now have a chance to mingle at Reagan National Airport thanks to a Star Wars-themed event planned in the airport’s historic Terminal A.
Arlington County and Arlington Public Schools are asking residents to share their thoughts about the Arlington County Trades Center, near Shirlington, as the county prepares to address longstanding space issues.
Arlington County’s costs for recycling is continuing to rise after a Chinese ban last year, officials said, but most of what residents place in the recycling bin is still getting recycled.
The Arlington County Board has approved zoning rules they hope will help parents afford rising childcare costs by increasing local childcare options.
About a year ago at this time, Arlington looked to be in serious trouble down in Richmond. An ARLnow investigation sheds a bit more light on how the county won a veto, and how business is conducted down in the state capitol.
County officials are proposing changing the speed limit along South Hayes Street as the road runs between Army-Navy Drive and 15th Street South.
Virginia Hospital Center executives celebrated when they finally earned permission to expand the hospital’s North Arlington campus and execute a long-planned land swap with the county — but one of the consequences of the deal has some employees and parents feeling blindsided.
McLean-based Artis Senior Living has filed plans with the county to build a six-story facility with 175 units on a 2.79-acre property near Cherrydale.
A new debate has emerged over a key question for county leaders: How should Arlington divvy up its limited amount of public land?
Summer may feel pretty far off these days, but there’s already a full slate of outdoor movie nights scheduled along Columbia Pike. See the full schedule.
Arlington, Virginia was ranked as the “Best City to Live in America” by Niche. Columbia, Maryland also made the list, ranking in the top 10.
Arlington leaders are getting more input on the Amazon deal by hosting more than a dozen town halls to discuss Amazon’s plans for the county in the run-up to a planned vote on the matter later this month. One of them was in Etz Hayim in Arlington Sunday morning.
The company’s head of worldwide economic development, Holly Sullivan, says Amazon employees were regularly surveying Crystal City locals about the prospect of becoming the neighborhood’s newest, and largest, occupant.
Currently, the county sells one-year or three-year licenses, but a proposal advanced by the County Board last week would create a one-time, $30 fee for a lifetime license for local dogs.
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