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In Arlington, ’60s-themed store bridges generational, cultural divides

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Khampha Bouaphanh / Star-Telegram

Though Groovy Goods caters primarily to a multicultural and even counterculture crowd, its outreach activities have brought it into the mainstream of Arlington life this summer.

Pantego partners with Arlington Chamber of Commerce

As a result of a new partnership with the Arlington Chamber of Commerce, the Pantego Economic Development Corp. will be positioned to offer add...

Eyes on Arlington: Do you know your pecan trees?

If so, the Friends of the O.S. Gray Natural Area can use your help.

Applications available for free and reduced-cost meals at Arlington schools

The school district started mailing letters to eligible households on Monday.

Homegrown food co-op adds Arlington storefront

Farm to Fork, founded and run by an Arlington couple, has grown in popularity over its 21/2 years of existence.

Eyes on Arlington: July 31 kickoff party for Junior League’s Holiday Magic Gift Market

Guests will dress casually and enjoy bottomless Rahr beer and food from some of Arlington’s favorite eateries.

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Bob Haynes / Special to the Star-Telegram

Warriors hone their skills against elite in summer baseball

A trio of incoming seniors say their off-season activities with the likes of the Arlington A’s and D-BAT are equivalent to competing against...

Top Arlington in-line speed skater racing around the globe

At 22, Michael Ringer of DFW Speed Skating has competed in a...

Sports digest

Preseason high school volleyball is just weeks away, with Ar...

Arlington camps introduce kids to lacrosse

The clinics at each of the city’s recreation centers ...

Rolling Hills golf pro qualifies for PGA Championship

In three previous qualifiers, Stuart Deane had missed qualif...

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Sports digest

1 F.C. Arlington Spirit, a new soccer team for boys 15 and und...

Martin senior aims to follow school’s cross-country greats

Nic Smith is training hard over the summer to continue his sch...

New Arlington parks director hopes to introduce lacrosse to city’s kids

Lemuel Randolph began playing the sport competitively at age 10.

Sports digest

The player development program for Southeast Arlington Little ...

Arlington baseball standouts take spotlight one last time

Arlington’s Omar Salinas and Martin’s Daniel Lin...

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Paul Moseley / Star-Telegram

Interstate 35W in north Fort Worth closed this weekend

Both northbound and southbound lanes at U.S. 287 will be closed for ramp demolition.

Suspect told woman he would hex her if she talked, Haltom City police report

The woman told Haltom City police that the curandero said he...

Arlington police looking for man who exposed himself to women

Joggers at Lake Arlington reported to police that a naked ma...

GM Financial to expand in Arlington, add up to 900 jobs

The company bought a 240,000-square-foot building near its e...

Arlington breaks ground on $22 million Abram Street rebuilding project

Some business owners say they’re concerned narrowing ...

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