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Reston: MLK Keynote: ‘How Did We Get From Barack Obama to Donald Trump?’

Reston Community Center’s Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Celebration

“It was 10:45 p.m. when we heard in our little earpieces that the network was going to call the election for Obama at 11 o’clock.” Reality set in for him. “Looking around the table, I said, ‘Oh dear. When they call the election for Obama, they’re going to go to the black guy, and so I better think of something to say,’” he said, making the audience burst into laughter.

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Online Virginia Lottery Sales? Don't Bet On It

House panel rejects bill that would allow for sale of lottery tickets over the internet.

A coalition of convenience store owners and religious conservatives worked to till an effort from the Virginia Lottery to allow for online gambling, thwarting an effort aimed at increasing sales among millennial gamblers. The bill, introduced by Del. Roxann Robinson (R-27), was defeated with an overwhelming vote by a House General Laws subcommittee Tuesday afternoon.

Roundups: Centreville and Chantilly

Roundups: Centreville and Chantilly

Aircraft Noise Soars

Citizens seek answers for why and what can be done.

Increased noise from planes taking off from and landing at Reagan National Airport was the topic of discussion at the West Montgomery County Citizens Association Wednesday, Jan. 11.

Hosting a President for Dinner at Arlington's Liberty Tavern

General manager looks back on the day President Obama paid his restaurant a visit.

Eight years of the Obama administration come to a close this week. During their tenure in town, the president and his family were known to venture across the river for dinner on occasion, enjoying meals in Arlington, Alexandria, Fairfax, and more.

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Concert in Arlington Pays Tribute to Legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Voices in Unison

With song, speech and dance, the Arlington community celebrated the legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. for the 48th consecutive year.

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Arlington Democrats Unite to Support ACA, but Warner Draws Fire for Amendment Vote.

Democratic Disunity

Since the passage of the Affordable Care Act in 2010, the number of uninsured Virginians has fallen by 31 percent.

Resistance, the Arlington Way: Logistics for the Women’s March on Washington

Resistance, the Arlington Way: Logistics for the Women’s March on Washington

Key Bridge Being Repaired

Work is underway on repairs to the Key Bridge connecting Rosslyn to Georgetown.

“Flourishing After 55” in Arlington

“Flourishing After 55” from Arlington Office of Senior Adult Programs for Jan. 22-28.

“Flourishing After 55” from Arlington Office of Senior Adult Programs for Jan. 22-28.

Preparing for End of Life in Arlington

After an advance directive, a POST form.

Hospice and palliative care doctors like Dr. Matt Kestenbaum of Arlington's Capital Caring Hospice have been engaging in discussions with their patients about their final wishes regarding medical treatment for as long as they've been practicing end-of-life care.

Doorways of Arlington Receives Dominion Grant

Doorways for Women & Families, a nonprofit organization that provides temporary shelter for homeless families in Arlington, was the recipient of a $10,000 grant awarded recently by the Dominion Foundation, the charitable arm of Dominion Resources.

The Arlington Community Foundation Awards Nearly $100,000 to Twenty-Six Nonprofit Organizations and Schools

The Arlington Community Foundation’s Board of Trustees recently approved grant awards totaling $97,794 to 26 nonprofit organizations and schools through its Homelessness Prevention – Looking toward Tomorrow, Fund for Intellectual Disabilities/Developmental Disabilities (ID/DD) and Arlington Education Fund grant programs.

Police Warn of Missed Jury Duty Phone Scam

The Arlington County Police Department and Sheriff’s Office are warning the public about a missed jury duty telephone scam targeting county residents.

Arlington Property Values Rise

Arlington County property values showed modest growth again for 2017, with property values growing 2.9 percent over 2016, according to county officials.