A three-day Fourth of July weekend is fast approaching.
This would usually be one of the busiest travel times of the year. Instead, airports have barely a quarter of the travellers as last year, and traffic maps are mostly a sea of green. The pandemic has affected nearly all aspects of normal life, including the willingness of people to leave one’s house and visit other places or people.
How has coronavirus affected the Independence Day travel plans of Arlingtonians? Let’s find out.
Roads across Arlington are largely snow-covered — or at least slushy, in the case of major routes — despite the work of county and state crews. Driving conditions are difficult,…
As locals eat their lunch, all eyes are on the skies. Snow — likely heavy snow — is about to start falling in Arlington. County and state crews say they’re…
Students and parents in the middle of a tug-of-war between Arlington Public Schools and newly-inaugurated Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin.
Explore the Ballston neighborhood which has a vibrant mix of residential, restaurants, retail, recreation, office and more in this week’s Neighborhood Spotlight.