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Arlington swim teams combine for 9-11 record

* Arlington’s four summer swimming teams in the Northern Virginia Swimming League had a combined losing record of 9-11 this season. It was the first summer since the 2012 campaign that the four had a cumulative losing mark. The combined...

Three Arlington NVSL teams win; Holy Mackerels 2-0

Three of the four Arlington teams in the Northern Virginia Swimming League won their June 25 meets, with the Overlee Flying Fish improving to    2-0 in Division 1. Overlee defeated host Highlands Swim Club Whomping Turtles of McLean, 226-194, and...

Letter: Residents banding together to protect their community

Editor: The March 10 article “Arlington Forest Residents Focus on Housing, Zoning” may be overlooked because it is another complaint about parking in some neighborhood, but it shows the power of the people in neighborhoods to stand up to...

Arlington Forest residents voice concerns about parking, upzoning

Residents of the Arlington Forest community fear increasing encroachment on their available parking, and want county leaders to live up to their promises in protecting single-family zoning from willy-nilly modification. Those are among the takeaways as the community’s updated Neighborhood...

Divisional swimming highlights

The Arlington Forest Tigers (1-4) ended their summer swimming season with a 270-150 victory over Mosby Woods in Division 9 of the Northern Virginia Swimming League. The meet was scored “virtually” because of a COVID issue for Mosby Woods. The...
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Vienna issues business licenses, notes anniversaries

The Vienna town government recently issued licenses to the following new businesses: Health Check PLLC (clinic), 305 Maple Ave., W.;...
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