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Arlington constitutional officers say they won’t seek new terms

Two of Arlington’s five constitutional-office incumbents will try to make 2023 a pass-the-torch year, turning over their offices to anointed successors. Sheriff Beth Arthur confirmed what had been telegraphed earlier and Commissioner of Revenue Ingrid Morroy put speculation to rest,...

Columbia Pike advocacy group takes on new name

Goodbye, “Columbia Pike Revitalization Organization.” Hello, “Columbia Pike Partnership.” The Columbia Pike Revitalization Organization (CPRO) used its 35th-anniversary celebration on Oct. 14 to announce its new name, the culmination of a process several years in the making. “We felt it was...

Outreach effort aims to support businesses on Pike

The Columbia Pike Revitalization Organization (CPRO) has launched “Boletín,” a new monthly magazine of resources and information specific to businesses serving the corridor’s Spanish-speaking residents. “The Columbia Pike corridor is home to the highest concentration of Hispanic residents in Arlington,...
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County Council of PTAs taps Reflections honorees

The Arlington County Council of Parent Teacher Associations (PTAs) has honored the 2022-23 Reflections contest winners at the county...
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