Fears of a traffic apocalypse as a result of Pope Francis’ visit were apparently unfounded.
Traffic on all highways in Arlington is flowing freely, with the possible exception of accident-related backups on westbound I-66.
The pope’s visit has closed a large swath of streets in downtown D.C., leading many to commute via Metro or telework.
Arlington County Police have warned of possible road closures in Rosslyn and Pentagon City if pedestrian traffic leaving the papal parade gets out of hand.
— Dr. Gridlock (@drgridlock) September 23, 2015
Well-Paid Maids has an exciting announcement: The entire staff is fully vaccinated, and they’re ready to safely clean your home.
This week, Ask Eli is answering your questions about the appraisal process, including how long it takes and how to challenge an appraisal.
Arlington County is starting to administer vaccine booster shots today, as the rate of new Covid cases continues to decline ever so gradually. Following federal guidance, the county’s health department…
Arlington Public Schools has been named the second-best district in Virginia for the second year in a row. The education research firm Niche ranked APS behind Falls Church City Public…