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Marymount aims to turn older building into new 'campus hub'

Marymount aims to turn older building into new 'campus hub'

$2.8 million funding comes from longtime supporters of university
School Board contenders hold off on official kickoffs

School Board contenders hold off on official kickoffs

One announcement was planned but was derailed by COVID
And then there were six in Arlington board race

And then there were six in Arlington board race

Susan Cunningham, who ran as independent in 2020, launches Democratic bid
Median Arlington apartment rentals up a tick in new data

Median Arlington apartment rentals up a tick in new data

Both Arlington and the nation as a whole witnessed an uptick, if a very modest one, in apartment rents in recent weeks, although the national market and many metro areas may be impacted by a large number of units set to come on the market, according
News for active seniors, 3/2/23

News for active seniors, 3/2/23

News of interest to active seniors across Arlington
'The eyes of the commonwealth will be upon us'

'The eyes of the commonwealth will be upon us'

Arlington election officials gearing up for ranked-choice-voting debut
As retirement nears, Judge Newman lauded by legislature

As retirement nears, Judge Newman lauded by legislature

Veteran jurist previously served on Arlington County Board
Playground for Montessori School to be relocated during construction

Playground for Montessori School to be relocated during construction

New Arlington Career Center will rise above existing parcel
Proposal for constitutional amendment on housing relief falls

Proposal for constitutional amendment on housing relief falls

Measure had passed state Senate, died quickly in House of Delegates
Work progressing apace on big Mason building in Virginia Square

Work progressing apace on big Mason building in Virginia Square

'Fuse' represents partnership between university and private sector