Juror questionnaires will be mailed in early August in form of Postcard to randomly selected registered voters in Arlington County and the City of Falls Church. Questionnaires must be completed and returned within 10 days of receipt.
The National Weather Service (NWS) confirmed that a tornado touched down in Arlington on the night of July 1, near the intersection of Lee Highway and Glebe Road. The tornado moved east through Arlington neighborhoods, including Waverly Hills and Cherrydale, before traveling into Washington, D.C. The tornado was rated as an EF1 and had maximum […]
On Friday, Arlington County Government and Arlington Public Schools (APS) will formally dedicate the Stratford Commemorative Trail at what is now Dorothy Hamm Middle School (formerly Stratford Junior High School). The trail’s interpretive panels discuss the national, state, and local history of school desegregation and honor the four seventh-grade students who desegregated Stratford on Feb. 2, 1959 (Gloria Thompson, Ronald Deskins, Lance Newman, and Michael Jones), as well as local activist Dorothy M. Bigelow Hamm.
Arlington County is partnering with Marymount University to bring its mobile, no-cost to patients, walk-up COVID-19 testing service to the university’s main campus in North Arlington.
It might be easy to overlook Earth Day this time around, even in Arlington. Vaccine progress indicates better days ahead; in-person classes are returning; the air is visibly cleaner, and winter failed to freeze growth in bike sales and trail use. But Earth Day, April 22, has always offered a good pause to note long-term […]
Following the CDC and the FDA recommendations, out of an abundance of caution, Arlington County has paused Johnson & Johnson (J&J) vaccinations at the County’s public health clinics.
To provide greater equity in its vaccine distribution, Arlington County is partnering with the Arlington Free Clinic (AFC) to vaccinate eligible residents in communities disproportionately affected by COVID-19.
Arlington County will offer a one-day mass vaccination clinic for eligible priority groups by appointment at the new Lubber Run Community Center (300 N. Park Drive) on Saturday, March 6 beginning at 9:00 a.m.
While a date night out on the town may not be recommended this year for Valentine’s Day, a special evening at home can be more romantic and memorable than anything you’ve done in the past.
Effective March 9, 2021, Arlington Public Library is reopening two library branches, Shirlington and Westover, for a 15-minute Express Library Service.