Letter to the Editor: Don't Let Attacks Divide
The recent Presidential election has no doubt divided the American people, and with the outrageous remarks by Trump on various races and religions, there has been an increasing uproar for a replacement of a more tolerable president-elect.
Kate Bates, president & CEO of the Arlington Chamber of Commerce released the following statement regarding the Arlington County Board's approval of an amendment that requires a second signature in order to remove vehicles that are illegally parked on private property:
The Arlington County Board has spent considerable time and effort advocating for a "second signature" requirement and other measures to make it more difficult for property owners to tow illegally parked automobiles. This effort defies logic.
The Arlington County Board on Dec. 22 issued a letter, in Spanish and English, reaffirming the county’s commitment to welcoming immigrant populations, regardless of legal status.
This fall for my storytimes, I made a “Friendship Tree,” which serves as a fun reminder that while we are unique individuals with different needs, we also come together to enjoy stories in a cheerful, social environment and participate together as a united community.
Personal involvement of Culosi, Beltrante key to success of police commission.
The call for reform and transparency in Fairfax County Police began long before the shooting death of John Geer in August 2013.
Congresswoman’s report to the 10th district residents.
Dear Readers: This week, the Arlington Connection turns over its pages to the youth and students.
Instead of spending its energy figuring out how to attract shoppers from the new MGM casino, the city should expend more effort considering how to keep people coming to what is perhaps its biggest annual attraction, the Scottish Walk.
It appears that almost every day the headlines in local papers indicate that a violent crime has been committed in Alexandria.
During its redistricting process the school board has neglected Jefferson-Houston — the city’s only non-accredited school and by some measures the third worst school in the entire state.
Last Thursday the Alexandria School Board approved a capital budget for $611.1 million over the next 10 years.
Winter break is good time for our high school seniors to focus on college.