When Arlington police made a traffic stop after a road rage incident report, they ended up arresting three people on outstanding warrants and new charges, one of them a convicted felon who was illegally in possession of a firearm.
An Arlington firefighter remains in the hospital after an incident Sunday in which work on a water line ruptured a gas line that eventually caught fire, sending two firefighters and a water crew worker to Parkland Memorial Hospital.
For the fourth year running, Texas Health Resources in Arlington is ranked the No. 1 best healthcare company to work for in America by Fortune Magazine. Employees cite a high level of support both from management and their co-workers.
A 32-year-old Grand Prairie man accused of killing a stranger in Van Zandt County, Texas, in 2016 and convicted for shooting another in Arlington last year has been sentenced to life in prison. He still faces a murder indictment in Van Zandt.
Arlington, Texas police are seeking information about a woman caught on surveillance video stealing packages from the porch of a house on Wentworth Drive. They say she is potentially involved in other thefts.
Brian Xavier Williams, 21, of Mansfield, is in the Tarrant County jail after police say they seized marijuana, Xanax, $400 in cash and a gun with a 30-round magazine during a traffic stop Monday night in Arlington.
When former Arlington High School student Kris Hawbaker was named one of the Texas Rangers Richard Greene scholars in 2003, he didn’t yet envision flying the U. S. Navy’s slickest new warplane designed to fight the global war on terror. And he definitely had not even dreamed about being named the Pilot of the Year for the U.S. Navy’s Maritime Patrol Reconnaissance.
Ever since the Arlington Life Shelter opened the doors of their facility at 325 W. Division St. in 1989 to provide homeless people with food and shelter, it is the faith communities in town that have provided the first half of that equation: food. And they do it 365 days a year to the tune of a half-million dollars in money saved for the agency annually.
Guests arriving at the annual Arts League gala on Feb. 10 will be transported to the New Orleans French Quarter as they step inside for the Marti Gras Ball. The venerable all-volunteer organization has gone all out to ensure a festive evening of special music, cocktails, a delectable catered dinner, auctions and dancing.
When it comes to hosting parties, local charity Mansfield Cares has a reputation that beckons fun seekers like no other. The elite force of community volunteers that run the charity will make their annual splash on the party scene with a swanky soiree that promises to “Paint the Town Red” on Saturday, Feb. 17 at Walnut Creek Country Club.