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Homegrown food co-op adds storefront

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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.

In southwest Arlington, new charter school buildings to welcome students in August

International Leadership of Texas will open a campus while Arlington Classics Academy expands.

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Real estate website Movoto pumped out another listicle about Arlington titled, “25 Things You Really Need To Know Before You Move To Arl...

For Richard Greene Scholars program, 16 years of ‘remarkable success stories’

Former Rangers President Tom Schieffer came up with the idea, and the team made a 20-year, $1 million commitment to fund it.

Eyes on Arlington: Summer Soul Celebration to raise money for scholarships

The event July 25 benefits the Arlington animal shelter and area students.

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Top Arlington in-line speed skater racing around the globe

At 22, Michael Ringer of DFW Speed Skating has competed in a number of international competitions, including last week at Mexico’s Pan Ameri...

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

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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.

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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...

Tierra Verde club team narrowly defends state golf title

The accomplishment is all the more significant, said Tierra Ve...

Ulster Project in Arlington

Joyce Marshall / Star-Telegram

Northern Irish teens find common ground through Ulster Project

The program brings Catholic and Protestant youths to Arlington for community projects and fun activities, including Thanksgiving in July.

Man fatally shot in Arlington domestic ‘situation’

A 51-year-old man was fatally shot at the Creek and Brookhol...

Arlington’s Ditto Golf Course below par

A $16 million plan would transform the aging course and make...

Immigration debate plays out on I-30 bridges in Arlington

Protests against illegal immigration and counter-protests ar...

Purse snatcher snags 40-year prison sentence

The man was caught after the purse owner activated a cellpho...

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