The now-negated absentee ballots didn’t have former Republican candidate Paul Bolon listed when they were mailed due to Bolon’s unexpected death following a campaign event in early August.
Author: Matt Delaney
Homeowner and operator Cat Tallant prefers to stick with the classics — ghosts, ghouls and goblins — rather than focus on the blood & guts kind of horror, but she does warn that the attraction may be too scary for young children.
Coordinated by local columnist, AHS member and history enthusiast Charlie Clark and numerous volunteers, the Storymap shows homes, schools, churches, government buildings, stores and transportation infrastructure that would have been encountered by an Arlingtonian traveling local streets in 1920.
Thomas Jefferson Regional Library hosted a panel of Democrat hopefuls Oct. 15, covering everything from how to help Latinos in the classroom as well as to give non-English speaking parents more options for community involvement.
As happy as she was to be anointed into the graces of a higher power, Katie still couldn’t take her eyes off her mommy, Babs.
The idea originated last school year when the club’s former president, along with current officers such as senior co-president Fariha Tasneem, were looking to help Justice’s female students who experienced their period during school hours.
The tax law’s overhaul two years ago had some market observers believing it would splash cold water on the hot housing market by negating a unique perk of homeownership found in the Mortgage Interest Deduction. A New York Times story from August showed that wasn’t the case, with most markets nationwide continuing their steady growth in activity thanks to the increased standard deduction.
Luckily for Kelsey Waldon, being true to herself has never been an issue, and she’s looking forward to sharing her life’s smooth and jagged edges in Washington, D.C. tomorrow evening.
City officials hope the revamped surface will be more durable to the climate as well as to its users, but the installation wasn’t well received by all.
The National Organization on Disability (NOD) recently announced that New Editions is among 59 organizations nationwide to be named a 2019 NOD Leading Disability Employer.