Free food. Music. Prizes. Giveaways. All came together to teach students safety tips.
Before former council member Charlie Parker left the council in May, he wanted to solve the challenges of short-term rentals.
Arlington City Council unanimously approved the city’s fiscal year 2019 budget at a special called meeting Thursday.
The city of Arlington will be conducting targeted ground spraying for West Nile virus on Wednesday and Thursday, after a single mosquito sample tested positive for the virus, according to the city’s press release.
Online retailers like Amazon and eBay helped shift shopping from brick and mortar department stores to the internet, and the methods of delivering goods are shifting with time, too.
Artists and musicians from all over gathered to share their talents at the Deep Ellum Arts Festival in Dallas. The festival featured live music, food and art in a variety of forms for attendees to enjoy.
Director of launch Monica Ceragioli, a representative from Via, laid out the company’s plans for its ride share service during Arlington City Council’s afternoon session on Tuesday.
101 Center, a mixed-use development center in downtown Arlington, was set to open in August. Due to delays in construction, the project will not be complete until the end of the year.
Arlington resident David W. Baker rode in an old military vehicle with his daughter, Kitty, as they made their way down Abram Street while bystanders waved American flags from the sidewalks.
The Center for Mexican American Studies hosted a panel discussion Wednesday at College Hall to explore the controversies surrounding Senate bill 4, also dubbed the anti-sanctuary city bill.
After being determined beneficial, Arlington refinanced its debt owed on AT&T Stadium, leading to millions of dollars in savings for the city with no effect on taxpayers.
Joe Chapa, theater arts associate professor, sat in the director’s seat for the production of Bus Stop, the opening show of Theatre Arlington’s 45th season.