Sit back, relax and enjoy your cocktail and truffle popcorn
People come out to eat for the deals, and to try something new.
Arlington County Fire Department does free safety check
Quartet Salonnières hosted at Norwood.
Arlington does halloween despite rain
Impromptu pumpkin patch delights neighbors
No, you shouldn’t bag your recyclables - ever.
Conservationists interested in information on the origin of the incident
Soccer tournament is a gathering place for multicultural team
The holy month of Ramadan can be tough when you are away from home. Like any major religious event, there are special home-cooked recipes for breaking the fast, mouth-watering and calorie-rich, and it’s hard, when you live across the world, to replace the most important part of Ramadan: the gathering of extended family and friends uniting over the Fitur (breakfast) table as the sun sets.
American Horticultural Society event heralds growing season
Replanting canopy trees helps manage stormwater, shade, carbon
Arlington Arts Center wants to connect the art world with local community.
An emotional crowd raised funds for Ukraine
MoneyOutVA will ask legislators why good governance laws failed
Teachers, students, and parents in Fairfax and Arlington protest the new governor’s campaign to control content in schools.
You may have the ‘Silent Disease’ and not know it
But it’s not over until it’s over for four remaining bills
Something old, something new, something blue at 9SQ concert
Light-filled offices feature work by Susan Grace
Arlington’s Intelligent, Aristocratic, Gorgeous Standards
Individuals can make their voice heard this week.
Lockdown lasted more than three hours
Yorktown HS Threat
Support to small businesses and Valentines go hand in hand
Campaign finance reform is a priority for nearly 90 percent of Virginians.
Program helps keep fatal Fentanyl overdoses at bay
Barber, a leader in the Hall’s Hill community, now a legend
James T. Moore
Local landscaping company El Quetzal provides volunteer crew for the effort
Concert at St. George’s in Arlington showcases teens’ hard work
Music by St George's
The Y starts a program for the popular sport.
Superintendent‘s decision not reviewed first by school board and pool patrons
Arlington taxpayer and swimmer Walt Edwards is angry.
Noise, pollution, habitat destruction seen as unsustainable
Gas-powered lawn mowers, edgers, and leaf blowers crisscrossing the lawns in Arlington are generating dissent.
...and the memories of a small town Fourth of July
It was 9 a.m. on North Albemarle Street in Arlington, and the engines were revving.
Torri Huske missed graduation – the Olympics were calling.
One of Yorktown High School’s graduating class of 2021 couldn’t make it.
Streams eroding under pressure of development; Potomac Conservancy advocates to save water quality
Controversial Stream Restoration Techniques Divide Residents
It was hot, but great to be together, said graduates and parents.
Yorktown High School Class of 2021 Graduation ceremony was for Friday, June 18, 2021, outdoors in the school’s football field, Greenbrier stadium.
Juneteenth has always been important for African-Americans.
Jim Moore sat back at his barber chair on Lee Highway last week, the shop quiet on a midweek, midday visit, no longer the hub it was in pre-pandemic days.
Kickstarter launch date of June 15 is fast approaching
Aaron Maisler visited the House of Musical Traditions in Takoma Park last year to check out the market for making a new kind of guitar.
Since 2006, there has been an 86 percent increase in suicide rates among 18-34 year old male veterans.
“Travis didn’t want to lose his job and his means to support his family. He loved his job and wanted to continue in the service. So he didn’t get the help he needed. We should make sure you don’t get penalized for seeking help.” — Deanna Muir, sister
Teens need guidance, are fun — mostly — and the impact is huge.
Jump ahead: May is Foster Care Month
A Ramadan primer: different traditions, but a unifying month
According to what country you are from, Ramadan traditions vary, and sometimes, it’s just family preference.
Man is charged with hate crime after lunging at guard
Shortly before Monday’s afternoon prayer at the Dar al Hirjah Islamic Center near Seven Corners in Fairfax County, a man who was not part of the Muslim community began harassing those outside the entrance of the mosque waiting to pray.
Reflecting on mothers from a different era
All my friends were losing their mothers, and this year, it was my turn.
Tree canopy planning is integral to county environmental issues.
Arlington’s Civic Federation, also known as CIVFED or the ACCF, wants the County Board to fund a new tree canopy study.
Hold off planting young trees or watch them carefully.
There’s a buzz going around in the tree-loving circles, pun intended, that the emergence of cicadas could be an issue for trees, especially recently planted young saplings.
Ask yourself how you may have contributed to racism and do better, students say.
Marguarite Gooden told the group of over 1,200 Yorktown High School students at an assembly Feb. 26 that as one of two Black students in her class at Yorktown, she was called a “jungle bunny” — among other things — by her classmates.
Restorative Justice will work to gain the trust of residents from all neighborhoods.
When Kimiko Lighty hears Arlington residents commiserating on a listserv about how many cars had been vandalized and no one was doing anything about it; or how a woman was harassed by a group of maskless teens who coughed in her face, implying they were spreading COVID, and sped away laughing; then hears how these teens should be punished instead of “going through a restorative justice process,” it suggests to her that what we are doing now isn’t working.
Some residents got emotional as they walked into the community center.
”Smoke got in my eyes” as I walked into the Lubber Run Community Center for my Johnson and Johnson vaccine.
Women push for earlier diagnosis and treatment.
Liz, an Arlington resident who had been abroad doing research, returned to Arlington in November 2019 for a conference, and while riding in the car with her mother, was doubled over in pain.