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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.

Eyes on Arlington: July Fourth parade will celebrate American ingenuity

| |Monday, Jun. 23, 2014

Creative depictions of the theme, “Made in America: Celebrating Ingenuity,” will be evident on floats and other entries.

Notable and quotable

Monday, Jun. 16, 2014

A case of writer’s block resulted in an Arlington teenager becoming an award-winning playwright.

Arlington Steak House, Top O’ Hill Terrace to get city landmark recognition

| |Monday, Jun. 16, 2014

Ceremonies are planned for Saturday afternoon at the west Arlington sites.

Arlington school trustees OK program to provide free lunches to police officers

| |Monday, Jun. 16, 2014

It is among recommendations made by the district’s Financial Futures Committee that are part of the proposed 2014-15 district budget.