Varius, a 13-year-old black lab, retires this week from the Arlington County Sheriff's Office after a much-commended 11 years of service sniffing out narcotics.
Help us craft a five-year plan for preserving Arlington's history and making it accessible.
County crews worked into Saturday night, Oct. 3, clearing a huge tree that fell Friday on the 1200 block of N. Stuart Street causing the area including Washington-Lee High School to be without power for hours. No one was injured.
With Hurricane Joaquin threatening the East Coast, Arlington postpones its popular recycling, hazardous waste disposal event.
The brand new center will enable a more effective, comprehensive approach to homelessness.
The County and School Boards heard the recommendations from a residents' committee on community facilities siting principles.
Arlington seeks the public's views on Fires Station No. 8 through an on-line survey.
Live cameras at strategic intersections help you plan your trips.
Public Safety News
- Varius, Arlington’s Four-legged Finest, Ambles into Retirement
- TRAFFIC ALERT: 31st Annual Army Ten-Miler Race Road Closures
- FRAUD ALERT: Jury Duty Phone Scam Targets Arlington County Citizens
- Public’s Views Sought On Fire Station No. 8 Location
- Arlington surveys public on Fire Station No. 8
Noticias en Español
- Septiembre es el Mes de Preparación para Emergencias
- Todavía hay tiempo para inscribirse en Neighborhood College
- Mejor servicio y autobuses nuevos para Arlington Transit
- Greenbrier Learning Center regresa a Arlington Mill
- La policía busca más víctimas del inspector del Programa de Vales de Elección de Vivienda acusado de agresión sexual