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Thursday, December 1, 2022

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Governor’s veto gives Arlington leaders glimpse of their future

In some instances, politicians put forth a hand of friendship to those on the other side of the political aisle. In others, it’s more a specific single digit extended upward in the direction of the opposition. Arlington’s leadership just got...

Editor’s Notebook: Last one to leave, turn out the lights

We’ll have an update this week on the crisis – oops, County Manager Mark Schwartz says it is not a crisis (yet) – in Arlington police staffing. As a Sun Gazette editorial noted more than a year ago – when...

Commentary: Arlington effort on policing fell short

Despite the Arlington County Board’s recent adoption of a Community Oversight Board (COB) for the police department, we are disappointed that the County Board refused to adopt the General Assembly-approved authority for the body to be truly independent and make binding disciplinary actions.
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Marymount launches English-proficiency initiative for int’l students

Starting in January, Marymount University will offer intermediate and advanced English classes for the first time through the institution’s...
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