Arlington County announces that the Center for Local History at the Arlington Public Library will curate a time capsule, 2020 UnBoxed, which will contain objects and material representing the major events and themes of 2020 in Arlington County.
Effective March 9, 2021, Arlington Public Library is reopening two library branches, Shirlington and Westover, for a 15-minute Express Library Service.
The Arlington County Board today approved naming Green Valley’s Town Square for civic activist John Robinson, Jr. Robinson, often called the “Mayor of Green Valley,” fought for decades against racial injustice and inequality in northern Virginia. Born in Arlington, Robinson (1934-2012), published the Green Valley News, a free African American publication that circulated in Green […]
As of July 1, Arlington Public Library eliminated overdue library fines to make the library’s collections accessible to all Arlingtonians and library patrons. The goal is to increase access to and minimize barriers for marginalized populations to use the library, particularly for youth and low-income patrons.
Arlington County is entering Phase 3 of the Forward Virginia plan on Wednesday, July 1. In Phase 3, Arlington will maintain a Safer at Home strategy with continued recommendations for social distancing and teleworking, and the requirement that individuals wear face coverings in indoor public settings.
Arlington County, along with other localities in Northern Virginia, is transitioning to Phase 2 of the Forward Virginia plan on Friday, June 12.
The Arlington County Board will consider dozens of items at its June Board Meeting. The meeting will be held virtually.
Arlington Public Library is offering virtual one-on-one appointments to job seekers who want career help or to improve their resume.
The Center for Local History (CLH) seeks community donations of everyday materials and objects to help document an extraordinary period in our history.
Find out about events being held around the County to commemorate 100th anniversary events, Women’s History Month, and 2020 Census.