Daylight Saving Time is around the corner.

The annual time change is set to take place early this coming Sunday, March 10. Clocks will “spring forward” by an hour, thus providing an extra hour of daylight in the evening (but one fewer hour of sleep Sunday).


This month’s Mike Mount creation references the ongoing debate over if and how to cull deer in Arlington.

Coincidentally, the Arlington County Civic Federation is holding an online town hall on the topic tonight, from 7-8 p.m. The deer decision has prompted strong feelings among those in favor of a cull, by sharpshooters or otherwise, and those who want non-lethal options.


It’s Valentine’s Day, truly the Super Bowl of the floral and heart-shaped-chocolate-box industries.

Previous ARLnow polls have already established that a strong majority of readers — both single and in a relationship — prefer to stay in rather than go out on V-Day. Today we’re wondering about readers’ Valentine’s Day gift of choice.


Punxsutawney Phil emerged from his stump at Gobbler’s Knob this morning and did not see his shadow — thus predicting an early spring.

The annual Feb. 2 ritual has been taking place about 85 miles northeast of Pittsburgh since the late 19th century. It “has roots in ‘ancient, undoubtedly prehistoric, weather lore,'” according to the Associated Press.


The New Hampshire primary is today, and Virginia’s presidential primary is six weeks away.

After former president Donald Trump’s record-setting win at the Iowa caucuses, all eyes are on New Hampshire to see if his remaining major opponent, former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley, can make it a competitive race.


In case you haven’t heard already, we may be getting snow this weekend.

There’s broad agreement among weather forecasters that a storm is on tap for Saturday into Sunday, though the big debate is how much of the precipitation will fall as snow in the D.C. area. As is often the case, our area is around the predicted transition from snow to rain.


The new year is almost here, and we’ll have a full three-day weekend to enjoy the arrival of 2024.

With a new year comes certain activities and traditions, from meals to visits to sports to resolutions. We’re wondering which ARLnow readers are most looking forward to.


A new year is almost upon us, and it begs the question — will 2024 be a better year than 2023?

Economically, it’s looking like a solid maybe. For the state of the nation during a presidential election — also highly questionable.


This month’s Mike Mount creation references a very specific driving experience that is unfortunately not uncommon in these parts.

“The constant nails in the tire, thanks to all of the construction and unpoliced construction dumpsters,” Mike said of the topic. “Seems to be a thing for a lot of people I talk to around here.”


As we have been reporting, local public access station Arlington Independent Media is at a crossroads as it vies for funding from Arlington County and local cable providers.

Despite some internal strife, a bigger force is driving the existential questions around AIM: the ongoing loss of cable TV subscribers known as cord cutting.


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