The prominent name of Syphax is associated by most Arlingtonians with education activist Evelyn Syphax, for whom our Education Center is named.
Author: Charlie Clark
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.
Our latest small-business casualty: Sam Torrey Shoe Service, for decades a comforting continuity at Lee Highway at George Mason Dr., dimmed its “open” sign at the end of July.
Future Arlingtonians may look back on our times as the era of the pandemic. But it’s also the era of renamings.
When the county board holds hearings on plans to rename Lee Highway, expect an appearance from naysayer Bernie Berne.
My duties as a reporter broadened last week to accommodate the chance to interview a beauty pageant winner.
Hunger has long gnawed at a slice of our community. But the virus crisis may mark the first time that hundreds of neighbors have been seen lining up on the street for compassionately donated food.
Last month, amid coronavirus divisions in the Trump era, the north Arlington slice of Nextdoor traffic erupted into the insult-trading, debates-among-strangers you expect around the 700th comment on an ArlNow story.
Arlington’s own Robert E. Lee is posthumously back in the news.