The mighty Amazon this month gave $100,000 to a grateful Arlington County Board to support the racial equity effort it approved one year ago.
Author: Charlie Clark
For decades, the fraternal organizations, lodges and service clubs that once dominated civic life have been rowing against the current.
Think of today’s high school students locked in pandemic purgatory. I’m guessing they would find it quaint to learn the struggles of my classmates a half-century ago.
Attention outdoor recreators: Culture clash just off the Washington & Old Dominion trail.
The reconfigured commercial center at Ballston has been hit as hard as any by the pandemic’s freeze-out of customers and our new stay-at-home lifestyle.
Join me on a ride through Arlington’s craziest streets.
The coming November ballot referendum on state redistricting reform has exposed tensions among Arlington’s majority Democrats.
The prominent name of Syphax is associated by most Arlingtonians with education activist Evelyn Syphax, for whom our Education Center is named.
Virginia Hospital Center, that core Arlington health provider that operates without our county’s name, was focused on its massive construction project when the pandemic hit.
Many retired federal officials help make Falls Church interesting, but count Dick McCall among those who chaff at the country’s direction under the Trump administration.