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Another apartment complex is planned for downtown Arlington, but this time it won't be a crash pad just for college undergrads. Dodson Development of Arlington and Carleton Residential Properties of Dallas are co-developing a four-story, $20 million
Riding an intense defense and dominating rebounding, the Arlington Lamar girls basketball team earned its first trip to the Class 5A Region I tournament after holding off Arlington Martin 39-33 on Tuesday at the Arlington High School gym...Bell in
It's a sad day in Arlington for sure, said current Arlington coach John Messuri, who played for Burns and graduated from Arlington in 1985. He has a special place in everyone's heart and not just in Arlington. It was an annual event to go see Ed and
Steve Johnson knew his Jackson basketball team was ready to return to the court as soon as he saw them. The Timberwolves head coach met with his team after school and saw their eagerness to get back at it after their first loss since the 2013 4A
Ask Arlington resident Billy Lyons if he has any words to live by and he'll probably give this answer: I like to wake up every day and try to make a difference...These days, he would seem to be accomplishing a lot within Arlington's culinary
Tell us The crystal football awarded annually to college football's national champion throughout the BCS era has been retired, with a new trophy to be presented to winners in the College Football Playoff era. The first playoff survivor to hoist the
School officials anticipate a boost in funding for fiscal year 2015, hoping the town's budget will account for enrollment increases over the last two years. The possible funding increase will be discussed at a meeting of the School Committee's budget
Together, they say, they have a better shot at playing music live and marketing themselves as performers than they would on their own. "We both want to be musicians as our jobs, and having all those struggles, we kind of connected," Davis said.
For most of their peers, school let out four hours ago, which is a ride on the 77 bus west six miles to Arlington High. But here on the fourth floor of the Knafel building on the Harvard University campus, a bright, enthusiastic cohort of AHS
Arlington Be among the first to pick up the print newspaper and see: · How contributors help keep the Arlington Food Pantry going and how you can help. · Police are asking for help in finding a missing man, John Rosenberger, 61.