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Faith partners launch series on affordable housing, poverty

The Faith & Public Policy Group at Lewinsville Presbyterian Church is partnering with Redeemer Lutheran Church to present a series of monthly panel discussions on “Pathways Out of Poverty in Northern Virginia.” The first in the series is slated for...

Editor’s Notebook: More of that ‘past is prologue’ stuff

’Twas just last week that, after dipping into the local-history file, I pulled out a chestnut from the mid-1960s about Arlington officials being concerned about aircraft noise and jets deviating from approved take-off lanes after departing National Airport. Here ’...

Interim chief tapped for housing provider

The affordable-housing provider AHC Inc. has tapped Arlington civic leader Susan Cunningham as its interim CEO. Cunningham will bridge the gap left by the departure of long-term organization leader Walter Webdale. “Susan’s charge is to work hand-in-hand with the AHC board...

Housing-organization chief announces retirement

Walter Webdale, who has served as CEO of the non-profit housing provider AHC Inc. for 22 years, is retiring, effective May 31. “You will hear more about specific plans for AHC’s new leadership soon, but I want to personally assure...

Housing advocacy group releases candidate Q&A

The Alliance for Housing Solutions has posted Q&A sessions with the two candidates vying for the Democratic nomination for Arlington County Board. Incumbent Takis Karantonis and challenger Chanda Choun answered questions on a range of housing issues. To see their remarks,...

Committee of 100 to look at housing from local, regional angles

The Arlington Committee of 100’s upcoming monthly meeting will focus on whether Arlington will be able to tackle affordable and “missing-middle” housing issues on its own, or whether it will require regional collaboration to effectively address the matter. It is...

Vienna offers unique way for public to mull cottage-housing options

Cottage housing – small and in theory affordable – increasingly is in demand as home prices skyrocket and people’s desires for simpler living increase. To give the public a sense of how such a collection of diminutive dwellings might be...

Leadership change is on horizon at APAH

The Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing (APAH) is anticipating a smooth transition as longtime CEO Nina Janopaul heads toward retirement.The organization announced March 30 that Janopaul would retire at the end of June after 14 years at the helm,...
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No injuries reported in Fairlington shooting incident

On Oct. 19 at 9:40 a.m., an individual approached the area of the 4400 block of 31st Street South...
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