The city’s Smart Lighting and Neighborhood Wi-Fi Project utilizes smart lighting run by photocells, which also power the attached wireless network.
The CDC and FDA announced their recommendations Nov. 2, increasing the pool of eligible vaccine recipients to now include 28 million children in the U.S. Parents are expressing both hesitancy and relief with the roll out of the children’s vaccines.
Jasiel Zapata, public information officer for the Arlington Fire Department, said no appointment is needed, and residents can register online.
Monica Garrison, Embrace Your Wellness owner, said she wanted to provide resources for the community and improve people’s wellness through yoga and other services.
The study is focused on the disability community, and participation is open to those who have a visual impairment or use a mobility device.
Interim President Teik Lim gave updates to the council including the Texas Tier One designation, the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board’s Star Award for the institution’s COVID-19 response and UTA’s record-breaking enrollment numbers for first-time-in college and international students.
The agreement authorizes UTA to provide $75,000 to help fund the Downtown Arlington Management Corp. budget for the downtown area. The money helps recruit new businesses, improve walkability and attract students to the area to help Arlington become more of a college town.
The older adults who used to frequent the center miss being able to socialize and attend the many activities the center offered when it was open.
The live show will play at the Choctaw Stadium from Nov. 18 to Jan. 2 and will present an original story about a quest to save Christmas.
On Sept. 11, a child died due to a rare and fatal naegleria fowleri infection after playing at an Arlington splash pad with contaminated water.
The project outlines 17 objectives, including reimagining the intersection of Cooper Street and Matlock Road, improving economic development and enhancing pedestrian safety.
Demand for overseas products and a shortage of workers to unload shipments due to the pandemic have led to a gap in the boba supply chain.
With early voting for the May 1 general election already underway, each candidate has a different approach to improving the city.
Some have followed suit with Gov. Greg Abbott’s executive order and lifted their mask policies, while others continue them at the risk of alienating customers.
Individuals can still register for a vaccine via the Tarrant County Public Health website, but appointments will likely be located outside of the city.
The bill is listed as one of Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick’s priorities for this legislative session, and the UTA community’s support is split down party lines.
Now that the mask mandate is lifted and restaurants and music venues returned to 100% capacity, musicians in Arlington are able to perform live again.
The decision came after the Food and Drug Administration and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended a nationwide pause in order to investigate rare cases of blood clots.
Rep. Tony Tinderholt, R-Arlington, filed the bill in disagreement with Facebook’s and Twitter’s decisions to ban former President Donald Trump.
Health experts have cited reduced access to traditional health care centers, public reluctance to see doctors and existing inequalities as key obstacles for vaccine distribution.
Over 38,000 people attended the event, marking the first time an MLB team opened its ballpark at 100% capacity since the pandemic began.
Jason Godwin, National Weather Service meteorologist, says to expect warmer weather this week with temperatures coming down from west Texas.
Tarrant County Public Health said every adult who would like to receive a vaccination should register now through the Tarrant County website.
The president urged people to do their part by continuing to wear masks, wash their hands, remain socially distanced and get vaccinated.
This variant is associated with a 64% higher risk of death, and citizens are encouraged to continue wearing masks and social distancing.