Support

Dominion Hills Neighbors Shovel Their Own Street

Tired of waiting for county plows to show up in their no-outlet residential street, a group of neighbors in Dominion Hills took matters into their own hands.

We’re told that neighbors banded together to shovel off N. Arlington Mill Drive, near Bon Air Park, all the way to Wilson Blvd.

As of early Tuesday morning, county snow crews had plowed 30 percent of residential streets, with a focus on especially hilly roads and streets near schools.

Recent Stories

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…

A lonely utility pole protruding into the intersection of Columbia Pike and S. Frederick Street is expected to come down by the end of the year, a county official tells…

Morning Notes

Arlington Has High Kid Vax Rate — “Virginia schools have about 420,000 children between the ages of 12 and 15, and about 63 percent of them have received at least…

This post is exclusively for ARLnow Press Club members. Not a member? Join here. Members can sign in here.

×

Subscribe to our mailing list