Arlington will celebrate Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr’s life and legacy on Sunday, January 19, 5-6:30 p.m. at Wakefield High School with a tribute in music, dance and spoken word. “Most people know the story of desegregation in the United States, but too few know the true story of integration here in Arlington. Arlington was the first county in […]
The U.S. Census Bureau is recruiting temporary employees for the 2020 Census. Fill out an application on line or attend one of the Arlington Employment Center’s Census job events.
In a house fire, you may have less than two minutes to escape after the smoke alarm sounds. Here are five steps to ensuring your family is prepared.
Operation FirePaws, the Arlington County Fire Department’s month-long charity drive for the Animal Welfare League of Arlington, kicks off next week.
The County is seeking volunteers to participate in Capital Fortitude, a full-scale emergency exercise designed to evaluate the ability to dispense medication quickly in response to an anthrax attack.
Three women were recognized as the 2019 Arlington County Women of Vision for their commitment to and leadership in the Arlington community.
Nearly two dozen Arlingtonians have graduated from Neighborhood College, a program designed to help participants become more effective community leaders.
Adrienne Griffen is the founder and executive director of Postpartum Support Virginia (PSVa), which she started to fill a gap in services for women.