The New World United Methodist Church held a community prayer service after the Monday shooting left one student dead and another injured. Read moreArlington community unites in wake of Lamar High School shooting
The Arlington Museum of Art is holding its “Youth Art Month” show showcasing arts from K-12 students until March 23. Read more"Youth Art Month" show takes students’ work from classroom to museum
From local Arlington symphonies and cattle drives to camping in dinosaur tracks, the state has a variety of day-trips for students to fill their break with. Read moreSeize your spring break with a Texas staycation
The council approved of a modification to a three-year contract for the purchase and maintenance of body-worn and in-car cameras and renewed a contract to rent ve… Read moreCity Council passes two recommendations on law enforcement equipment, resources
The mayor and council members from Districts 3, 4, 5 and 8 are up for re-election. The last day to register to vote is April 6 and Election Day is May 6. Read moreEverything you need to know about Arlington's May Election
Marcelo Cavazos, Arlington Independent School District superintendent, will retire in August after 11 years in the position. Read moreThe turn of season in a life devoted to education
From budget surplus to gun rights to legalizing gambling, Texas lawmakers are tackling a variety of state issues and drafting potential new laws. The biannual ses… Read moreIssues students should follow in this year’s Texas Legislative Session
President Jennifer Cowley said the university will take some of the best student concepts and work with a professional design firm to develop a project over the next several months.
While Texas is known for its hot temperatures over the summer, North Texas isn’t immune to freezing temperatures and ice. The area usually sees yearly cold snaps occurring in February, ranging from mild chills to bitter blizzards.
General Election Day will be May 6 for the mayor and council member positions for districts 3, 4, 5 and 8.
All essential city services are operational, and residents are encouraged to keep up to date with the city’s social media for ongoing changes. In addition, the Arlington Life Shelter and Salvation Army are accepting residents today as part of…
The Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo hosts over 2,000 rabbits of 43 different breeds throughout its competitions this year. This year, Penny Shaver entered four from her litter after over two decades of participating.
In partnership with May Mobility, the service is adding Toyota Sienna Autono-MaaS vans, which are able to seat up to four single riders or two single riders and one wheelchair rider.
After 11 years as superintendent and 23 years in the school district, Marcelo Cavazos announces his retirement Thursday.
Catherine Serna-Horn was removed from her position due to an alleged Facebook post in November. The vote was 8-0, with one councilman absent during the meeting.
With temperatures decreasing, here's some information on warming centers in the Arlington area and tips for keeping warm when going outside.
The $9.5 million project demolishes and rebuilds the city’s oldest fire station.
The Rotary Dream will be a permanent home for the DREAM sculpture and will include additional original sculpture to celebrate the Arlington Rotary Club’s 100th anniversary.
The decision comes while the county is under a high COVID-19 community level, which means the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention encourages residents to wear a mask indoors, get tested if sick and get vaccinated.
The university anticipates around 3,000 graduates to participate in person Dec. 16, and there will be three separate ceremonies over the course of the day.
The city council approved the rezoning of an area on New York Avenue, renewed the AISD contract with Via Rideshare and formed a one-year contract with Work Shield.
The council also approved updates made on Arlington Fire Department’s tattoo policies.
As of Oct. 1, people holding library cards are free to read, watch and listen to the library’s collections without worrying about charges for items returned past their due date.
The city council approved resolutions amending speed limits on Interstate 30 frontage roads as well as buying new furniture for both City Hall and the Municipal City Tower.
The service closed on Sept. 17 following challenges from the COVID-19 pandemic to thrifting
Both monovalent and bivalent vaccines are available to individuals 12 and older, or with a guardian present if under the age of 18. Residents unable to leave their homes can request an at-home appointment.
Arlington City Council passes resolutions including contract with UTA, refurbishing Entertainment District
The mayor also proclaimed September 2022 as Big Brothers Big Sisters month and passed a resolution toward purchasing new playground equipment.
The Fourth Annual Arlington Field of Honor will open from Sept. 3 through 12 to remember the victims of 9/11, fallen service members, first responders, veterans and hometown heroes.
With the new monthly ViaPass option, riders can have unlimited rides for $80 a month. The pass also offers riders weekly passes at $25 which allows up to four trips per day.
This is a crime log wrapup from Aug. 26 to Sept. 1.
The discussion revolved around strengthening relationships between the campus and the Downtown Arlington Management Corp., as well as improving the city for current and future students.
After a fight occurred between a group of teens April 16, The Parks Mall announced a weekend curfew for those under 18 years old. The curfew will be in effect after 2 p.m. every Friday and Saturday starting Friday, April 22.
The courtroom-themed brewery closes after six years of service. Their craft beers will be available from local retailers while supplies last.
The company will construct its first smart indoor farm in Arlington, which will bring jobs and encourage sustainable practices to the city.
The project will begin March 7 and focuses on improving the city’s water pressure and distribution in certain areas.
Traffic, the stress of driving and economic loss are only a few problems caused by suburban sprawl.
All essential city services such as 911, public safety and street and water crews will still operate.
The new sidewalk along West Park Row Drive will provide a safe path for the community from Johnson Creek to Collins Street.
As the Omicron variant causes a rise in the number of COVID-19 cases and triggers a demand for testing, Arlington residents and other Texans can take a test at a temporary drive-thru site opened Jan. 19.
Arlington representatives will lead five town halls in discussion about the possibility of automating waste collection for residents. The decreasing labor supply and safety risk for workers prompted the city to review options.
The testing site will open Wednesday near Choctaw Stadium for people of all ages and run through Feb. 8. Online pre-registration is encouraged to reduce wait time, according to a city of Arlington press release.
Festivities begin at 4 p.m. with food and entertainment, followed by a parade and a tree lighting with the mayor and Santa.
The city’s Smart Lighting and Neighborhood Wi-Fi Project utilizes smart lighting run by photocells, which also power the attached wireless network.