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Eyes on Arlington: Girls, Inc. of Tarrant County honored at national conference

| |Monday, Jul. 07, 2014

The club has grown from serving eight girls in a borrowed facility to serving 10,899 girls in 2013 throughout Tarrant County through two offices, in Fort Worth and Arlington, as well as many school-based programs.

Gnismer Farms moves to Waco area, but surprise could await DFW fans

| |Monday, Jul. 07, 2014

Owner Lynn Remsing wants Arlington-area customers to know that the pick-it-yourself patch will be rising in October with a good crop of golden gourds for the fall.

Arlington July Fourth parade winners

|Saturday, Jul. 05, 2014

The 49th edition of the event was Friday in UT Arlington’s College Park District.

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Thursday, Jul. 03, 2014

Longtime Arlington city leader Kathryn Wilemon has been named the 48th president of the North Central Texas Council of Governments.

Parent satisfaction rises in survey done on Arlington school district

| |Thursday, Jul. 03, 2014

The rating for employee engagement dips, while the rating for district services reaches a new high.

City Council OKs contract to add fields, parking at Martin Luther King Jr. Sports Center

| |Sunday, Jun. 29, 2014

The complex is home to Arlington Southwest Little League, one of the largest in the world.

Completion of east Arlington mural project celebrated

|Sunday, Jun. 29, 2014

Some 14 area artists contributed to the colorful project at Park Plaza.

‘Before I knew I even had a career, I had started my career’

| |Monday, Jun. 23, 2014

Lemuel Randolph, Arlington’s new director of parks and recreation, seemed destined for an outdoor career when he began working at age 14 as a volunteer camp counselor.

Junior League of Arlington honored for turnaround at national convention

| |Monday, Jun. 23, 2014

A multifaceted membership initiative dubbed “Appreciate! Collaborate! Educate!” has resulted in a 15 percent increase in total membership.

Notable and quotable

Monday, Jun. 23, 2014

Jonathan Campbell is known for knowing poisonous snakes.