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Eyes on Arlington: From Arlington to ‘The Voice’ and back again

| |Wednesday, May. 28, 2014

The great-grandson of Charles Hawkes will play the Levitt on Friday night as part of a duo that includes his girlfriend.

Notable and quotable

Friday, May. 23, 2014

Arlington High School students will premiere their first schoolwide lip dub music video and live concert at 3:30 p.m. Friday.

City Council happy so far with changes to Arlington Tomorrow Foundation

| |Thursday, May. 29, 2014

A grant application for $4 million for a new downtown library, which would be the largest award ever given by the foundation, could be submitted this summer.

Friends, former boxing colleagues celebrate Tommy Von Hatten’s life

| |Friday, May. 23, 2014

The event was also a benefit for Golden Gloves, a program that has fallen on hard times.

From Kenya to Texas, one man finally finds a place to call home

|Friday, May. 23, 2014

Wells Fargo presents Trinity Habitat for Humanity with a $75,000 check to go toward the completion of Paul Wanene’s home in east Arlington and to support revitalization efforts in the Greenway neighborhood of north Fort Worth.

Lamar High sophomore is Boys & Girls Clubs of Arlington’s Youth of the Year

| |Monday, May. 19, 2014

Joseph Saenz was honored Wednesday at the Champions for Kids Luncheon hosted by the youth agency.

Eyes on Arlington: Check out the Junior League at open house Thursday

| |Monday, May. 19, 2014

Women who want to give back to their community, grow personally and professionally and get connected to other women will want to stop by.

Arlington school trustees teary-eyed as they say goodbye to Pompa

| |Monday, May. 19, 2014

Tony Pompa leaves the Arlington school board after an unsuccessful state Senate run.

Residents remain overall pleased with city’s progress, annual survey finds

|Monday, May. 19, 2014

Residents did express more concern about electronic bill pay, the quality of the drinking water and the speed of water and wastewater construction projects, the report said.

City by City: Fort Worth area

Monday, May. 19, 2014

The Crowley Senior Center will be having a barbecue fundraiser on Friday at 6 p.m. at the center, located in Bicentennial Park, 900 E. Glendale St.