Officials have added a historic district around the Highland Park/Overlee Knolls neighborhood to the Virginia Landmarks Register. The historic district is one of 16 sites recently added to the register, according to the Associated Press.
The district is bordered by N. Quantico Street to the west, 22nd Street N. to the north, N. Lexington Street and N. McKinley Road to the east, and I-66 to the south.
According to a neighborhood listserv, the historic designation will not place additional restrictions on a property owner’s ability to modify or tear down a home.
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A local nonprofit specializing in job placement for disabled individuals is drawing on federal funding to expand its services.
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An Arlington teen of the same name as an 18-year-old convicted in a recent high-profile case has been arrested after allegedly fleeing from police.
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