Cemetery spokeswoman Jennifer Lynch said in an email Monday that the measures will be phased in starting in November.
More than 57,000 car2go members in D.C. and Arlington, Virginia will notice changes in their commutes on Sept. 12.
Twenty-five buildings in Rosslyn will mark the 15th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks with the now annual display of flags.
A man charged with strangling a woman to death and leaving her body in the trunk of a car in 1999 has been returned to Arlington County where he will face charges for the 17-year-old case.
The FBI said the suspect, a black man over 40 years old who stands about 5 feet 10 inches tall, is responsible for seven convenience store robberies in the last year.
The Pentagon Memorial Fund has received its largest donation to date for its planned visitor center from the Maryland-based Diana Davis Spencer Foundation.
A traffic stop along Interstate 66 near Rosslyn Tunnel nearly triggered a HAZMAT situation and resulted in two drugs arrests on Saturday.
A strike by groundskeepers at Arlington National Cemetery is in its third week with no end in sight.
Monday Properties’ The Towers in Rosslyn, more commonly referred to as the Twin Towers, at 1000 and 1100 Wilson Blvd., received Platinum Wired Certification from WiredScore for the most advanced technology capabilities.
The nation will soon mark the 15th anniversary of one of the darkest days in its history — Sept. 11, 2001. But on Saturday, a group of firefighters returned to the Pentagon, where they responded after a plane slammed into the building and killed 184 people 15 years ago.
As part of a pilot project, 25 members of the Arlington County Police Department and the Arlington County Sheriff’s Office will be equipped with body cameras for testing and evaluation.
Access National Bank, one of the Washington region’s largest Small Business Administration lenders, is adding branches in Northern Virginia.
The Pentagon Force Protection Agency will conduct a simulated helicopter crash and mass casualty exercise at the Pentagon Mall Terrace and Heliport.
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