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Leadership Arlington Class of 2022 announced

The Leadership Center for Excellence has announced the composition of its Leadership Arlington Class of 2022. “For well over 20 years, Leadership Arlington has provided a powerful and transformative space for community leaders to learn and grow from one another,”...

Editorial: Chaos in local school districts now widespread

In different ways, school districts across Northern Virginia seem to be cracking under the pressure – some of it brought on by COVID, but just as often by School Board leadership that is out of touch, out of step...

Leadership Fairfax taps its team for 2021-22

Danny Vargas, president and founder of VARCom Solutions, has been tapped to serve as chair of the 2021-22 Leadership Fairfax board of directors. He will succeed Kimberly Stewart, founder of Stepping Stones Consulting, who led the organization’s board over...

55+ News, 7/22/21 edition

News of interest to active seniors in Arlington. 55+ programs of the Arlington County government are “virtual” and outdoors. A 55+ membership ($20 annual fee) is required to participate. For information, go to registration.arlingtonva.us. PROGRAM LOOKS AT USING DRAFT RECORDS FOR GENEALOGICAL...

Police Beat, 7/22/21 edition

News of crime and punishment across Arlington this week. ARMED ROBBERY: ** On July 11 at 11:33 p.m., a woman was entering her office space in the 2100 block of North Columbus Street when she was approached from behind by a...

Arlington History, 7/22/21 edition

News that was making news in years gone by. July 23, 1936:** Arthur Godfrey was the featured speaker as Arlington Democrats rallied at Washington-Lee High School to support U.S. Rep. Howard “Judge” Smith.** Circuit Court Judge Walter McCarthy has received...

Headwinds cause builder confidence to sag a little

Strong buyer demand helped to offset supply-side challenges relating to building materials, regulation and labor, but builder confidence in the market for newly built single-family homes inched down in July, according to new data from the National Association of...

Public-Safety Notes, 7/22/21 edition

News of crime and punishment across Fairfax County this week. CLOTHING-DONATION BIN STOLEN IN VIENNA: A local resident recently told Vienna police that, between, June 10 and 14, a large donation bin used to collect clothes for charity had been...

Fairfax County History, 7/22/21 edition

News that was making news in years gone by. July 23, 1936:** The county government closed out the fiscal year with an $18,249 surplus in its general fund and a $25,257 surplus in its school fund, both increases from a...

Art gallery to resume in-person receptions

In another sign normalcy may be returning, the Arlington Artists Alliance has announced a resumption of its in-person opening receptions for new art exhibitions at Gallery Underground. Opening exhibits have been on hold since the gallery resumed operations after the...

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