Arlington to Conduct Targeted Ground Spraying for West Nile Virus

Community, Fire, Headlines, News
The City of Arlington has detected two new West Nile Virus (WNV) mosquito samples, one in a trap located on E. Road to Six Flags near Ballpark Way, and another trap located at S. Cooper near Lovers Lane. The City will begin targeted ground spraying following recommendations from the City…August 29, 2014August 29, 2014
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Crowning a Champion in Arlington

Headlines, News, Sports
The beautiful new College Football Playoff National Championship trophy made a grand appearance at AT&T Stadium in Arlington Friday morning – but it won’t be its last. Look for the 2-foot-tall, gold, football-shaped trophy to be the center of attention Saturday night when the Florida State Seminoles, defending national champs and…
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Six Flags Introduces Justice League: Battle for Metropolis

Entertainment, News
Get ready for a new ride at Six Flags Over Texas.“Justice League: Battle for Metropolis,” a 3D interactive ride experience featuring the ultimate superheroes adventure mission, will debut in the spring of 2015. Match wits against Lex Luthor, The Joker and his henchmen as you join the Justice League Reserve…
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Arlington’s Weekend Buzz: August 29-31

Entertainment, Headlines, News, Sports
UTA Volleyball: Maverick ClassicCheck out one of the fastest games in town when the UT Arlington volleyball team opens the season Friday in the College Park Maverick Classic at College Park Center. The Mavericks face Incarnate Word at 7 p. m. The two-day tournament runs through Aug. 30 and includes Denver…
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Labor Day Closings and City Service Schedules

Government, Headlines, News
Many City of Arlington municipal government offices will be closed for Labor Day on Monday, Sept. 1 (complete list is below). There will be no garbage and recycling pickups on Labor Day. Regular office hours and service schedules will resume Tuesday, Sept. 2. What’s Closed Monday, Sept. 1 City Hall City…
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Arlington to Host Fifth Annual Heart Association Golf Tournament at Tierra Verde

Headlines, Housing, News
Join us for the City of Arlington’s 5th Annual Charity Golf Tournament on Friday, October 3 at the beautiful Tierra Verde Golf Club located at 705 Golf Club Drive in Arlington. This fun event is open to the public and will begin with a 1:30 p. m. shotgun start. The registration…
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The American Dream City: AISD Graduate Soars to New Heights Through Academics

Community, Headlines, News
Tens of thousands of students across the area went back to school this week. And one of them was Lea Sandoval. Lea is a 2014 graduate of Sam Houston High School in Arlington where she was selected to be a TCU Scholar, a program that will provide her a full ride…
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Online Learning Decoded

Education, Headlines, News, UT Arlington
The new Learning Innovation and Networked Knowledge, or LINK, Research Lab at The University of Texas at Arlington has announced a full slate of fall events to begin a conversation on digital learning that includes experts from the around the globe. “UT Arlington is joining some of the nation’s most…
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Arlington City Council Members Take Ice Bucket Challenge

Headlines, Mayor & Council, News
Arlington Mayor Robert Cluck, all 8 members of Arlington City Council and Arlington City Manager Trey Yelverton took the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge on Tuesday at Levitt Pavilion in Downtown Arlington to help raise awareness in the fight against Lou Gehrig’s Disease. AISD challenged City Council to participate. In addition to…
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Florida State, Oklahoma State Clash Begins New Era in College Football

Community, Headlines, News, Sports
Good bye, BCS. Hello, football playoff season. The 2014 college football season begins and ends in Arlington as the defending national champion Florida State Seminoles face off against the Oklahoma State Cowboys in the Advocare Cowboys Classic at AT&T Stadium. The season will wrap up in Arlington as well, when AT&T…
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Arlington Tree Advisory Committee Accepting Applications

Arlington Tree Advisory Committee Accepting Applications

Community, Environment, News, Parks & Recreation
The City of Arlington is seeking additional members for the Arlington Tree Advisory Committee. The committee shall serve in an advisory capacity, support city initiatives, assist in the coordination of programs and events, recruit citizen support, seek funding through grants sponsorships and donations, educate the public and review the tree ordinance…
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Register Today for Rain Barrel Bash at EcoFest

Headlines, News, Water Utilities
If you’re interested in harvesting rainwater using a rain barrel, the City of Arlington has the class for you. Register today for the “Make a Rain Barrel” class presented by the City of Arlington Water Utilities Department on Saturday, September 20 at 10 a. m. in the Arlington City Hall Council…
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Cat of the Week – Meet Indy

Cat of the Week, News, Pets of the Week
“Indy”, our featured Cat of the Week at Arlington Animal Services is looking to be your new “Study-Buddy”. He knows most families are headed back to school this week and he is eager to be your new best friend! Indy is a handsome Domestic Short Hair Orange Tabby with stunning…
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Dog of the Week – Meet Princess

Dog of the Week, News, Pets of the Week
Meet “Princess”, our featured Dog of the Week. Volunteers and Employees here at Arlington Animal Services have all fallen in love with this adorable three month old Pit Bull Mix. Always happy to see everyone and ready to play, Princess has a lovable personality that will make you fall in love…
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Tierra Verde Golf Club One of the Best in the Nation

Headlines, News, Parks & Recreation
It may be the height of summer, but that isn’t stopping golfers from playing (and loving) a lot of golf in Arlington. Tierra Verde Golf Club was recently ranked No. 5 nationally on Golf Advisor’s Weekly Power rankings. The ranking was determined by the sum of the average rating of all…
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Leroy Brown and Deacon Cheer Residents at Arlington Plaza

Animal Services, Headlines, News
Arlington Plaza Retirement Community was visited by some furry friends earlier this week. Leroy Brown of Respect A Bull, Inc., and Deacon an Arlington Animal Services canine volunteer made new acquaintances with its animal loving residents during a much welcomed and highly anticipated pet therapy event. Volunteer Administrator Cheri Colbert led…
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Arlington to Conduct Targeted Ground Spraying for West Nile Virus 2

Fire, News, Public Safety
The City of Arlington has detected its first West Nile Virus (WNV) mosquito sample in a trap located in south Arlington near Yaupon Drive and Bristlecone Drive. The City will begin targeted ground spraying following recommendations from the City Of Arlington Health Authority, Tarrant County Public Health and the Centers…
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AISD Superintendent to Hold Tweet-Along for the First Day of School

Arlington ISD, Headlines, News
Superintendent Dr. Marcelo Cavazos will visit 12 campuses during his third annual tweet-along for the first day of school, Aug. 25. Classroom visits will include the new Arlington Collegiate High School at TCC Southeast Campus, the AISD Police Academy, a health science partnership with Texas Health Resources Arlington Memorial Hospital and…
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Arlington’s Weekend Buzz: August 22-24

News
Still looking for things to do this weekend before the kids go back to school? Check out these five events happening in Arlington:Irrigation 101Don’t have a green thumb? Learn the basic components of an irrigation system, typical maintenance issues, plant water demands and water scheduling techniques to save water and…
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The FootGolf Craze Rolls Into Arlington

Headlines, News, Parks & Recreation
Following the successful grand opening of the city’s first FootGolf course at Meadowbrook Park, excitement about the modern sport continues to brew in within the City of Arlington, and around the metroplex. Meadowbrook Golf Course has already received numerous requests for FootGolf tournaments, company outings and fundraisers. Even area soccer teams have…
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Red Cross Opens Country’s Largest Supply Center in Arlington

Business, Community, Headlines, News, Public Safety
The next time a tornado or hurricane tears through Texas and beyond, the American Red Cross’ newest and largest Field Disaster Supply Center is prepared to send much-needed supplies and assistance. A 174,000-square-foot national center — housing thousands of boxes filled with blankets, cleaning supplies, tarps, personal hygiene products and more…
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I Love Arlington Pic of the Week

Community, Headlines
Congratulations to Sally Mander for the I Love Arlington Pic of the Week! This photo, taken at the Park Plaza Shopping Center Mural project in east Arlington, says it all: We are Arlington proud!Our city is fortunate to have a proud community that dares to dream and come together to create initiatives that enhance our neighborhoods. Do…
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Read the Latest ‘Build a Thriving Community’ Newsletter

Community, Headlines, Mayor & Council, News
The latest Build a Thriving Community newsletter features information on Swift Elementary receiving a new playground, a local boy’s adventure hits the big screen and a new basketball court allows some Arlington kids to dream big. Click here to view the latest Build a Thriving Community newsletter.
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Bob Costas Opens 2014-15 Maverick Speakers Series at UT Arlington

Community, Headlines, News, UT Arlington
Defending national champion Florida State is looking to make history right here in Arlington. Not only do the Seminoles open their season August 30 against Oklahoma State at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, the team is favored to be one of the two teams playing in the inaugural first ever College Football…
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Catch a Movie in the Park This Fall

Entertainment, Headlines, News, Parks & Recreation
Looking for an affordable family outing for an upcoming Friday night? Look no further. The City of Arlington Parks and Recreation Department has teamed up with the Arlington Southwest Little League to bring you six weeks of FREE movies in the park at the Martin Luther King Jr Sports Center!Map…
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Arlington Joins Area Cities for Empty the Shelter Day

Animal Services, Headlines, News
When cities come together for a cause, we often witness a level of success that can’t be matched when they stand alone. A prime example of this success is the Empty the Shelter Day event on Saturday, Aug 16 when 38 North Texas cities, including Arlington, waived the adoption fees…
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Helping Students Prepare for the New School Year!

Arlington ISD, Education, Headlines, Mayor & Council, News, Police
Throughout the community, Arlington police officers and citizen volunteers are helping students get ready for a new year. At a Back-to-School, Stay-in-School Rally at Sam Houston High School on Aug. 16, Crime Prevention Officers spoke with students and parents about safety. Students played safety games with officers and won prizes. The…
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Play Golf with Pro Football Hall of Famers

Headlines, News, Parks & Recreation, Sports
Don’t miss an opportunity to play a round of golf with members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame during the 2014 Hall of Fame – Arlington Golf Classic at the prestigious Tierra Verde Golf Club on Tuesday, September 9 . The tournament will kick off with a shotgun start at 9:00 a. m. Registration…
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APRD Summer Camps Attract Record Numbers

Highlights, News, Parks & Recreation
Today’s summer camp activities are a long way from making a duct tape wallet and singing “Kumbaya.” Campers today can enjoy everything from rock wall climbing to cooking classes to tennis clinics and beyond. The Arlington Parks and Recreation Department (APRD) hosted a record number of campers this summer, which is…
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Library Sets Record with Summer Reading Program

Headlines, Library, News
A record number of kids, and adults for that matter, took part in the Arlington Public Library’s My Summer Reading Program (SRC). The program culminated with a celebration for participants at the Texas Rangers Globe Life Park Hall of Fame on Saturday, August 2.“We had an estimated 5,900 participants from…
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Vandergriff Park Construction Continues

Headlines, News, Parks & Recreation
Vandergiff Park is once again under construction; adding to a list of recent projects to renovate this beloved City park. In spring 2014, construction was completed at Vandergriff Skatepark which was unveiled during a highly-anticipated grand opening ceremony. In addition, a new terrace at the Bob Duncan Center was constructed in…
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AISD Board of Trustees Named a 2014 Honor School Board

Arlington ISD, Headlines, News
The Arlington ISD Board of Trustees is among five school boards from across the state selected as Texas Honor Boards by the Texas Association of School Administrators. This program has honored boards that have demonstrated dedication to student achievement and make every effort to put students first since 1971. The…
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Four Faculty Members Honored with UT System Regents’ Outstanding Teaching Awards

Headlines, News, UT Arlington
Four faculty members from The University of Texas at Arlington are among 96 educators recognized this year by The University of Texas System Board of Regents for excellence in the classroom. The UT System’s most innovative and dedicated educators will share $2.4 million this month as winners of the Regents’ Outstanding…
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Bubble Soccer is Coming to Arlington

Headlines, News, Parks & Recreation
The Arlington Athletics division is bringing an action-packed game from the United Kingdom to the city limits of Arlington, Texas. An official “Bubble Soccer” league will be available at the Elzie Odom Athletic Center, beginning October 7, 2014. The Game is Simple You wear a giant, inflatable bubble while playing soccer. Players go “bubble-to-bubble”…
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Road Detours Scheduled for Tri-Schools Area

Headlines, News, Traffic Update
As part of the Tri-Schools Street Improvement Project currently underway in south Arlington, a one-way counter clock wise traffic detour is scheduled to begin Saturday August 16, 2014. This will likely impact traffic in the area. Click here to review the detour map. According to the Public Works & Transportation department, Ledbetter…
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UT Arlington Receives Walmart And The Walmart Foundation’s U.S. Manufacturing Innovation Grant

Headlines, News, UT Arlington
UT Arlington has received a $229,214 grant from the Walmart Foundation to build a robotic small motors assembly and testing system that would cut the manufacturing costs of goods, allowing those goods to be produced in the United States that were formerly built overseas. The Walmart U. S. Manufacturing Innovation Grant was…
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Headed to AT&T Stadium? Remember the Bag Policy

Cowboys, News
AT&T Stadium has implemented a new policy on the types and styles of bags that are allowed inside. Bags should be one gallon re-sealable storage bags, or clear tote bags made of plastic, vinyl or polyvinyl chloride that dimensions do not exceed 12 inches by 6 inches by 12 inches.…
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Pet Adoption Fees Waived on Empty the Shelter Day

News
Are you looking for a new “best friend”? Find your match this Saturday when Arlington Animal Services will join other animal shelters all across the Metroplex for North Texas’ largest pet adoption event. The shelter, located at 1000 S. E. Green Oaks Blvd., will be open from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. All adoption fees…
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Promising Results for Arlington’s Automated Recycling Program

Community, Garbage & Recycling, Headlines, News
Arlington’s curbside recycling program has grown by more than 10% in the last year, thanks in part to a new collection system. Last summer, Arlington switched from manual curbside recycling collection to automated. During the conversion, Republic Services delivered 95,000 recycling carts to city residents. Since then, Arlington residents have recycled 22,863…
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Annual Back to School Rally Set for Saturday

Education, Headlines, Mayor & Council, News
On Saturday, August 16, hundreds of Arlington families who are getting ready for a new school year will receive a wealth of free services compliments of the Arlington Branch of the NAACP and a host of community sponsors and supporters. For a second consecutive year, the Arlington branch of the…
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Vandergriff Skatepark Vandalism: $1,000 Reward Offered

News, Police
The Arlington Police Department is investigating a criminal mischief offense that occurred at Vandergriff Skate Park located at 2800 S. Center Street in Arlington. The park was vandalized with graffiti between Sunday, July 27 at 10:00 a. m. and Monday, July 28 at 7:30 a. m. If you have any information about the vandalism, or…
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Arlington City Council Approves 2014 Bond Election

Elections, Headlines, Mayor & Council, News
After months of public input, the Arlington City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved a package of bond projects that will focus on streets, parks, fire facilities and libraries. The $236 million bond program will go to the voters for their approval in the November 4, 2014 municipal election. Council members have…
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Register Today for an Adult Sports League

Headlines, News, Parks & Recreation
Fall adult sports league registrations are underway for the season. Don’t miss out on your chance to play your favorite sport. If you need a little motivation, here are the top three reasons you should sign up: 1. Softball is more fun than babysitting your kids. 2. You can re-live…
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Citizens Invited to Attend 2014 Budget Town Hall Meetings

Budget, City Manager, Headlines, News
If you want to get an idea what the City of Arlington’s proposed budget for FY 2015 is all about, there are two opportunities for citizen participation. City Manager Trey Yelverton will present the proposed budget and answer questions from those in attendance. To learn more about the budget, check out the…
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Neighborhoods are Getting Ready for National Night Out 2014

Headlines, News, Police
Are you ready for law-abiding fun and chaos? The Arlington Police Department is assembling thousands of residents and their communities to host neighborhood gatherings. National Night Out 2014 is Tuesday, Oct 7. The introduction of National Night Out, “America’s Night Out Against Crime,” began in 1984 to encourage participation in crime…
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Dog of the Week – Meet Ralph

Dog of the Week, News, Pets of the Week
Our wonderful Dog of The Week has been named Ralph, but you can name him anything that you would like, as that is not his real name! He is a very handsome Black Labrador Retriever/Border Collie mix with a white chest. Ralph is very friendly and loves to give doggie…
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Cat of the Week – Meet Penny

Animal Services, Cat of the Week, News, Pets of the Week
Meet Penny our chosen Cat of the Week. This black and brown Tabby female is two years old and weighs a little over eight pounds. According to her previous owner, Penny shared a household with another cat and a dog and was very friendly with them. Penny is a little…
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Ansel Adams Exhibit at AMA Draws Record Crowd

Entertainment, Headlines, News
A record-breaking number of people flocked to an Ansel Adams exhibition in Arlington, featuring works by the greatest landscape photographer of the 20th century. More than 10,800 people from as far away as New Zealand visited the Arlington Museum of Art’s Ansel Adams: Masterworks exhibit, making it the most popular display…
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Arlington Has Smooth Traffic Plan for New Charter Schools

Headlines, Public Works, Traffic Update
The City of Arlington’s Public Works & Transportation Department is working to create a smooth traffic plan around two new charter schools on Bowen Road in southwest Arlington, enabling drivers to get in and out of the area safely. Arlington Classics Academy (ACA) is scheduled to open Tuesday, August 12 with a…
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Officers Shower Holocaust Survivor with Birthday Wishes

Headlines, News, Police
Members of the Arlington Police Department joined the community on Friday to celebrate a very special birthday. Rosa Blum, a Holocaust survivor, turned 86 years old today. Surrounded by birthday flowers and balloons, Ms. Blum spent the afternoon talking about her personal account of life in a World War II concentration camp.…
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Arlington’s Weekend Buzz: August 8-10

Entertainment, Headlines, News, Theatre
Mobile Pet Adoption EventLooking for a best friend? Stop by PetSmart this Saturday and find an adorable pet for immediate adoption. This event will run 10:30 a. m. to 3:30 p. m. at the PetSmart located at 203 E. Interstate 20, Suite 101 in South Arlington. This event is recurring every 2nd…
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Arlington ISD, UT Arlington Announce New STEM Academy

Arlington ISD, Headlines, News, UT Arlington
To continue the goal of being a district with leading-edge learning experiences, the Arlington ISD has partnered with The University of Texas at Arlington for a new STEM Academy – science, technology, engineering and math – that will open in August 2015 at Martin High School. Select Martin High School faculty…
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UT Arlington’s Annual Move-In Event Gets Underway Aug. 18

News, UT Arlington
The University of Texas at Arlington welcomes students back on campus during its annual Move-in Event Aug. 18. The annual event is sponsored by Apartment and Residence Life and University Housing. More than 600 faculty, staff and student volunteers assist the 2,183 residents moving into the university’s six residence halls.“We always…
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Latest Support Quality Education Newsletter Available

Education, Headlines, Mayor & Council, News
The Arlington City Council wants residents to know that “Support Quality Education” is a key priority for the work of our city. A successful community requires a variety of support systems and an environment that enables educational opportunities to flourish. Residents, students and families seeking a community to invest in desired…
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Xtreme Teen Camp Helps Shelter Animals

Animal Services, News
Wet dogs shaking off tepid water all over squealing, smiling and giggling summer Xtreme Teen Campers was quite a scene at the Animal Services Center (ASC) on July 31. The center and several of its adoptable pets were energized by the 48 sixth through tenth graders attending this year’s pet…
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UT Arlington Army ROTC Officer Named Nation’s Top Military Science Professor

Headlines, News, UT Arlington
Army Lt. Col. Lora A. Rimmer, Commander of the Army ROTC “Maverick Battalion” at the University of Texas at Arlington, has been named the nation’s top professor of military science for 2014 by the U. S. Army Cadet Command. Rimmer was selected from among 275 professors at colleges and universities nationwide that…
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Westador Residents Strengthen Voice with Neighborhood Plan

Community, Headlines, News
Having served on the Landmark Preservation Commission, Arlington resident Randy Hendricks has seen the unfortunate consequences of property neglect. Even if a building has historical significance, it could be torn down after years of abandonment due to safety concerns. This experience motivated Hendricks to spearhead an effort to create a neighborhood…
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Back to School Splash Helps Kids in Need

Headlines, News, Parks & Recreation
The Arlington Parks and Recreation Department has teamed up with Mission Arlington once again to help send underprivileged children head back to school the supplies they need. From August 2-15, save 50% on admission to any Arlington Aquatics pool when you donate at least one school supply item per person.…
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Golden PAWS – Meet Miss Ethel

Animal Services, Golden Paws, News
Miss Ethel is a featured Golden Paws Senior Pet. This unbelievably gorgeous cat was surrendered because her previous owner could no longer care for her due to health reasons. This loving girl is extremely friendly and social, and truly enjoys human companionship. Ethel is a Domestic Medium Hair black and orange…
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Responding to the Bees’ Needs

Code Compliance, Community, Headlines, News
While you could call them the “bee” team, Ray Rentschler and Mike Bass, who both work for Arlington Code Compliance Services, responded to a call on the evening of Monday, Aug 4 with nothing less than an A+ performance. Their challenge was to relocate an abandoned honey bee hive at…
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Arlington City Manager Unveils $425 Million Budget Proposal

Budget, Community, Government, Headlines, News
The City of Arlington unveiled its proposed $425 million budget for Fiscal Year 2015 during the August 5th working session of City Council. The proposed General Fund budget is $213 million. Police and Fire account for 63 percent of the General Fund budget, with the remainder divided among other City departments. In…
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Register Today for Dottie Lynn’s Popular After School Care Program

Education, Headlines, News, Parks & Recreation
Following a great summer, Dottie Lynn Recreation Center (DLRC) is gearing up for a new year of their popular After School Care program. DLRC is currently offering a 10-percent discount on all classes, and the After School Program, on Thursday, August 14th. “We are excited about the possibilities and opportunities that a…
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Cat of the Week – Meet Bella

Cat of the Week, News
Precious little “Bella” is our featured Cat of the Week at Arlington Animal Services. A gorgeous domestic short hair black and red Calico mix, Bella is a real sweetheart. Weighing approximately 5.60 pounds, Bella loves to be held and cuddled. Curious as any young kitty would be, this little girl is estimated to…
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Dog of the Week – Meet Jethro

Dog of the Week, News, Pets of the Week
It’s no wonder “Jethro” was chosen as our featured Dog of the Week at Arlington Animal Services. This four year old Labrador Retriever Mix is as smart and loyal as they come. Jethro has a gorgeous golden coat and is a very handsome fellow. Weighing approximately 86 pounds, don’t let…
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Fall 2014 Naturally Fun Magazine Now Available

Community, Headlines, News, Parks & Recreation
The fall 2014 Naturally Fun Magazine is officially available to the public in digital and print formats. Printed copies of the magazine are available at the Arlington Parks and Recreation Department (APRD) office, recreation centers, City Hall, and City of Arlington Libraries. ABOUT THE NATURALLY FUN MAGAZINEThe APRD produces three editions of the Naturally Fun Magazine each year…
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“Heads Up Football Across America” Tour Stops in Arlington

Headlines, News, Sports, Videos
Members of the Arlington Thunder Youth Football Association, featuring kids between ages 5 and 12, showed off their tackling skills for NFL Media’s cameras in town for the “Heads Up Football Across America” tour. The team began incorporating Heads Up Football — USA Football’s national initiative to make football better and…
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Traffic Alert: Construction on Indian Trail to Begin August 6

Headlines, News, Water Utilities
City of Arlington contractors will begin work August 6 to construct a sanitary sewer on a section of road in the 3400 block of Indian Trail. The road will be completely closed during construction, meaning drivers will need to find alternate routes. Weather permitting, all work is scheduled to be completed within…
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Online Pre-Registration Available for All AISD Students

Arlington ISD, Education, Headlines, News
As part of the district’s strategic plan efforts to actively engage and partner with parents in the educational experience, the Arlington ISD has launched a new, more efficient way for parents to enroll students in the district for the 2014-2015 school year with online pre-registration beginning Friday, Aug. 1. Through infosnap,…
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Are You Ready for Some Footgolf?

Headlines, News, Parks & Recreation, Sports
The Arlington Parks and Recreation Department will “kick off” its new FootGolf course at Meadowbrook Park Golf Course with FREE green fees from 12:00-6:00 p. m., on Saturday, Aug. 2. FootGolf is a combination of the popular sports of soccer and golf. Instead of golf clubs and golf balls, the game is played…
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