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Arlington City Council honors 12 student winners of animal essay contest

| |Monday, Mar. 10, 2014

The contest asks students to write about the responsibilities that go with pet ownership, urging them to understand the care needed to have a pet for life.

Eyes on Arlington: Arlington Arts League Spring Gala is March 22

| |Monday, Mar. 10, 2014

The glam factor will be turned on high at the fancy black-tie-optional party where guests will enjoy an exquisite meal, dancing, live entertainment, a silent auction and a raffle.

Notable and quotable

Monday, Mar. 03, 2014

What better than to spring forward into March by dusting off our Facebook page?

Arlington Chamber Young Professionals lets up-and-comers network, learn

| |Monday, Mar. 03, 2014

Formed early last year, the group is open to any member in good standing of the Arlington Chamber of Commerce between the ages of 18 and 40.

Arlington leaders want to expedite funding for new downtown library

| |Monday, Mar. 03, 2014

Leasing the site of the current library for redevelopment and parking would create additional revenue that would lower construction costs on the new library for taxpayers, City Manager Trey Yelverton says

Eyes on Arlington: Fun, food and philanthropy at barbecue dinner Friday

| |Monday, Mar. 03, 2014

The event will be hosted by the Arlington Woman’s Club.

Arlington prep school club rebuilds broken computers, gives them to disadvantaged students

| |Monday, Mar. 03, 2014

Funding came from a $500 Catch the Spirit grant given to the group by generationOn to newly registered middle school clubs in five U.S. cities.

Rotarians give career advice to UT Arlington students

| |Friday, Feb. 28, 2014

Common advice included keeping rèsumès short but effective, having a valuable work ethic and showing up on time, giving a good first impression and standing out while answering interview questions.

Race for Precinct 2 justice of the peace draws 3 in Arlington area

| Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2014

Incumbent Mary Tom Cravens Curnutt is vying for the job against former Arlington City Councilwoman and state legislator Barbara Nash and William Shane Nolen, an attorney who has been appointed to several Arlington boards and commissions, including the Planning and Zoning Commission.

Arlington elementary school library gets 5,000 books from KPMG

| |Monday, Feb. 24, 2014

The program is part of KPMG’s sponsorship with PGA tour champion Phil Mickelson and pro golfer Stacy Lewis.