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Arlington gearing up for unusual football season

How about some Monday-night football in February? Yes, that is correct. It all seems very weird, but the high-school football season for Arlington’s three public-school varsity teams is set to begin with Monday night contests on Feb. 22. Practice began...

Arlington Free Clinic director lauded

Joan Ritter, M.D., FACP, of Arlington, the volunteer medical director of the Arlington Free Clinic, has been honored with the Medical Society of Virginia Foundation’s 2020 “Salute to Service Award” for her efforts on behalf of the uninsured and...

Instant-runoff voting likely on hold for 2021

Technical, legal and financial complexities likely will mean any start to “instant-runoff” County Board voting in Arlington will be pushed back to 2022 at the soonest. “It’s not practical for this year. The earliest this could possibly be used is...

Suburbs outpace D.C. core in home-value growth

When it comes to the 10 largest real-estate markets in the country, the Washington region is part of a slight majority where home values in any given region’s more suburban areas outpaced those in its urban cores in 2020.  New...

Green Valley salutes 104-year-old

With lights flashing and sirens wailing, a flock of Arlington police and fire vehicles on Feb. 7 led a parade of well-wishers down South Kenmore Street, wishing local resident Mary Lockett a joyous 104th birthday. And for the past 82...
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New School Board member receives liaison assignments

New Arlington School Board member Bethany Sutton has her assignments. School Board members on Feb. 2 are expected to approve...
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