Thousands of historic materials, some of which date back to the late 1840’s, have been returned to Arlington County.
The month-long employment and financial literacy series will focus on how experienced workers can adapt to transitions in both work and life.
Arlington Public Library presents the stories of women trailblazers who influenced politics, education, business, social activism and public libraries.
Arlington Public Library is teaming up with the Washington Nationals to present the ultimate Summer Reading Challenge.
“Shout it From the Skyline” emerged as the winning submission of the County’s first-ever “I Voted” Sticker Design Contest.
Arlington is a leader when it comes to supporting adults as they get older. Follow along as we join the nationwide observance of Older Americans Month.
As the partial shutdown of the federal government enters its fourth week, Arlington County has joined local governments around the region in taking actions to help ease pressure on County residents and businesses.
Banners are coming to Columbia Pike and the Crystal City pop-up library will stay open through 2019.
Beginning February 1, the Center for Local History‘s off-site Community Archives, located at the Woodmont Community Center will temporarily close for a renovation project. The project started on Jan. 16, 2018, on the vacant area of the basement level, and is expected to conclude in summer 2018. After the renovation’s completion, the Community Archives will expand […]
The past year in Arlington was an especially good year. From budget roundtables to launching the Joint Facilities Advisory Commission; from filling over 2,600 potholes to handling more than 83,000 emergency calls; from ribbon cuttings at renovated parks to a continued focus on transparent government; from welcoming businesses to leading the way in sustainability and […]