Crystal City Recycles Tons of Electronics — About 33.5 tons of electronics and four tons of paper were recycled at yesterday’s “Power Shred and Purge” in Crystal City. Hundreds of people and businesses dropped off hundreds of computer monitors, printers, CPUs and servers, along with 5,000 pounds of cables and batteries. The annual event also featured free paper shredding.
Kiddie Rapist Going Away for Very Long Time — Benjamin Ramirez-Segovia, 43, who pled guilty to the 1993 rape of a 9-year-old girl in Arlington, has been given four consecutive life sentences. He was arrested in March 2008 after the Arlington County Police Department’s Special Victims Unit re-examined the DNA evidence in the case.
McAfee Antivirus Bug Shuts Down NSF Computers — A major problem with an automatic update to McAfee’s corporate antivirus software hit the Arlington headquarters of the National Science Foundation yesterday, knocking the organization’s computers offline.
New Local News Website Has a Name — A new inhabitant at 1100 Wilson Blvd has a new name. TBD is the newly-minted moniker for Allbritton Communication’s new local news website. The site, overseen by former washingtonpost.com executive editor Jim Brady, will eventually replace the current websites for Arlington-based Allbritton TV properties ABC7 and NewsChannel8.
Did you know the Arlington Public Library lets you borrow free energy efficiency tools? The latest Rethink Energy shares the details.
President Joe Biden paid a visit to Arlington and the recently-renovated Lubber Run Park, in support of Democrat Terry McAuliffe’s Virginia gubernatorial bid.
With one month to go before school starts, parents are being urged to enroll their kids in some Arlington public schools amid a continued drop in enrollment. Screenshots and emails…
When Marjorie Tarantino was closing on the purchase of her townhouse this spring, she learned there were problems with the deck. Tarantino had bought a property in the Richard Bassett…