“Arlington House is Closed,” read the National Park Service sign for the past three years. No longer.
Author: Charlie Clark
The roaring real estate market in the greater Arlington-Amazon area adds intrigue to the swelling debate over “missing middle” housing.
The quaint 1889 Queen Anne-style home a couple of hundred yards from the East Falls Church Metro may soon meet the wrecking ball.
Jimmy Carter, our nation’s most productive ex-president, has left his mark on our sainted parish.
The soaring Air Force Memorial (its top 402 feet above sea level) has been comfortingly easy to visit since it opened in 2006. The entrance just off the start of Columbia Pike offers quick generous parking for a spectacular view of the D.C. skyline.
In our age of quick obsolescence and non-biodegradable electronics, Falls Church-based eAsset Solutions has emerged as a scrappy player in the modern effort to reduce, reuse and recycle.
With cicada season approaching, stalwarts in North Arlington’s Tara-Leeway Heights neighborhood have been circulating loose-leaf binders that document their subdivision’s collective doings, including clippings from past local coverage of the 17-year insect invasions in 1987 and 2004.
Among the many benefits of the new W&OD Bridge over Lee Highway is its recovered view of the old rusted railroad tracks.
In the latest wrinkle in the renaming battles, county Board Member Christian Dorsey said decision makers should not “cater” to those for whom name changes present an “inconvenience or a mild preference” if the current name “causes deeply hurt feelings.”
The blue sign and multi-hued banners off of Washington Blvd. proclaim these Westover garden-style apartments as “Fisher House: Now Leasing.”