Last week the Sun Gazette reported that supporters of Green Party candidate for County Board Audrey Clement were trying to make the case that Arlington’s roads are crumbling — and the county’s political leaders should be held responsible for it.
County Board Chair Mary Hynes acknowledged that local roadways were “rough,” and that road maintenance had fallen behind in recent years, but said funding added several years ago should help allow Arlington to repave roads every 15 years.
How important will the state of local roads be when you go into the voting booth on March 27?
Bar Ivy in Clarendon May Open in Spring — “Clarendon is a long way from California, but the neighborhood may feel a little closer to the West Coast with the…
In the past week, sellers listed 42 homes and this Just Listed includes a 3 BD/2 BA remodeled brick home with finished space in the lower level and an attic for extra storage.
The zero-waste refill and delivery service, The Rounds is expanding into Virginia and offering $20 off when you join.
A local pilot program to give up to 200 qualifying low-income residents $500 a month for two years, no strings attached, will move forward without any public funding. For a…