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Tuesday, April 13, 2021

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Editor’s Notebook: How high can real-estate market fly?

As part of our spring real estate guides coming out this week, we checked in with a good number of top real-estate pros to get their take on the current state of the market. Specifically, the question was: How much...

Arlington Independent Media preps birthday bash

Arlington Independent Media (AIM) will celebrate its 39th birthday with an online gala slated for Thursday, April 29 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Presented live, the event will be hosted by Arlington author, advocate and AIM program producer Krysta Jones,...

Police: Fighting dogs unleash brawl between owners

Vienna police responded April 7 at 5:41 p.m. to a reported fight at the Vienna Dog Park, 700 Courthouse Road, S.W. According to police, the incident began when a woman’s dog attacked another canine at the park. The owner of...

Democrats head into neighborhoods to spread the word

It won’t just be cicadas cheerfully flitting their way through local neighborhoods in coming weeks. Volunteers with the Arlington County Democratic Committee will be out, too. The party is planning a significant “lit-drop” operation to inform members of the public...

Challenger launches aggressive, progressive campaign

Arlington voters tend to reward candidates for local office who talk the talk of progressive leadership, but ultimately put their efforts into the nuts-and-bolts of local governance. Chanda Choun, who has embarked on his third bid for a County Board...

Levine touts left-leaning bona-fides in bid for lt. governor

If the Democratic primary for lieutenant governor evolves into a race to the left, Mark Levine may have a fighting chance. “I am the most progressive – by far the most progressive,” candidate in the race, Levine told members of...

Editor’s Notebook: Starting off with a bang

Arlington County Board aspirant Chanda Choun pulled no punches in his allotted three minutes in front of the Arlington County Democratic Committee rank-and-file on Wednesday, laying into both incumbent board member Takis Karantonis and the Democrats’ process for choosing...

Acknowledging imperfections, Democrats move ahead with caucus

Arlington County Democratic Committee leaders say they are doing the best they can, with what they’ve got to work with, when it comes to holding a School Board caucus in an ever-changing health environment. But at the same time, party...

Del. Hope says incumbency adds to effectiveness

In launching his bid for a new term, Del. Patrick Hope positioned himself as both a progressive and a pragmatic, ready to use his skills for a seventh two-year term in the lower house of the General Assembly. “I’ve passed...

Del. Lopez touts self as progressive, effective

With a looming intra-party challenge on his left flank, Del. Alfonso Lopez on April 7 kicked off his bid for a new two-year term by positioning himself as an effective, principled leader in state government. “I’ve been a champion for...

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