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Despite being organized politically as a "county," it is considered a central city of the Washington Metropolitan area. At a land area of just 26 square miles, it is the smallest self-governing county in the U.S. In 2005, Arlington was ranked first among walkable U.S. cities by the American Podiatric Medical Association. Arlington is the location of the Pentegon, Arlington National Cemetery, the Air Force Memorial and many other monuments.

Population: 209300
Local Newspapers: Washington Post Hall News The Arlington Connection
Local Sports Teams: Washington Redskins (NFL) Washington Nationals (MLB) Washington Capitals (NHL) Washington Wizards (NBA)
Local Colleges: Marymount University

Zip Codes associated with arlington, virginia: 22201 22202 22203 22204 22205 22206 22207 22209
Towns/Cities near arlington, virginia : Severn Corners Westover Rock Spring Bailey's Crossroads Fairlington Rosslyn Alexandria

Arlington News

Facts: Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia, contains the remains of more than 400,000 people from the United States and 11 other countries, buried there since the 1860s. The Arlington estate was originally owned by George Washington Parke Custis, adopted grandson of George Washington.

Jimmy Alexander at Mr. and Miss NOVA Pride Pageant

Your $10-$20 donation is appreciated and is a tax write-off. Your generous donations help cover the expenses associated with holding this awesome pageant, provides the ability to honor event winners with prizes, and will benefit NOVA Pride's Festival.

Progressive Voice: Health Care, Immigration, Climate Change and Labor/Income Inequality

Over the past four months, Arlington Democrats have reached out to the community on issues at stake at the national, state, and local levels. Our Issues Forum Team - part of the Arlington Democrats community outreach effort - worked to share facts about policies, increase awareness, and generate ideas for action.

'Goat Yoga' Coming to WeWork Crystal City

Members and residents of the WeWork and WeLive in Crystal City will get to experience the wonders of the Goat Yoga craze on Friday. Real, live baby goats will be brought to the office's beer garden from 6-8 p.m. They will roam around during a yoga class, nuzzle up to participants and sometime climb on top of their backs.

New Sniff Tech Could Protect Cops From Synthetic Opioids

Protective equipment is seen before a press conference about fentanyl at the headquarters of the Drug Enforcement Agency June 6, 2017 in Arlington, Virginia. The news conference addressed the dangers law enforcement and first responders face when encountering fentanyl.

Commentary: Prayers for Peace and Unity in Alexandria

Bishop Michael F. Burbidge celebrating the solemnity of Corpus Christi at Saint Mary Catholic Church in Alexandria on Sunday, June 18. Photo Courtesy of Joe Cashwell During Mass Sunday celebrating the solemnity of Corpus Christi at Saint Mary Catholic Church in Alexandria, Bishop Michael F. Burbidge of the Diocese of Arlington offered prayers for peace and unity following last week's shooting at a charity baseball practice. In his homily, Bishop made a plea to all, including elected officials and the media: Allow me to begin by conveying our prayers and gratitude to our fathers as we honor them on this special day.

Williamsburg Neighborhood Conservation Plan Updated

The Arlington County Board today accepted the updated Williamsburg Neighborhood Conservation Plan, paving the way for the Williamsburg Civic Association to pursue funding to create a safer, more peaceful and walkable neighborhood. Residents made recommendations for improving traffic and pedestrian safety, maintaining the neighborhood's character, protecting the tree canopy and improving neighborhood parks in this first update to the neighborhood's Conservation Plan since the Williamsburg Civic Association completed an initial plan in 2000.

Arlingtonians Gather To Help - Sister District'

Del. Rip Sullivan stood in Gail Harrison's living room in Arlington on Thursday night and took in the scene: 25 Virginia residents, mostly Arlingtonians, had gathered to raise money for Zack Wittkamp, a businessman from Newport News who thinks he can beat David Yancey this fall. Sullivan told the group he was excited by the recent primaries, the voter turnout, and the unity the Democrats were showing, particularly against the backdrop of the close Republican gubernatorial primary between Corey Stewart and Ed Gillespie.

a Grizzly is back (sort of)! Independent fly fishing shop returning to D.C. area.

Social networks of anglers around the DMV have been abuzz for the past few weeks at the news that one of the region's most recognizable fly fishing characters, David "Grizzly" Lambert, had resurfaced in the fishing world.

Morning Notes

ACPD Releases New Video of Sex Assault Suspect - Arlington County Police have released new video of the man suspected of sexually assaulting a woman in her Rosslyn condo last month. Police are still seeking more information about the suspect.

Metro board member says Loudoun shouldna t a shirka its Metro obligations

Will jurisdictions like Fairfax, Arlington and Alexandria go for a regional sales tax to support the region's embattled Metro rail system? Several of Metro's Virginia board members recently ducked the question and called on Loudoun County to do its part in helping finance the system.

Acquires Minority Interest in Freshly

ARLINGTON, Va., June 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- NestlA© USA today announced that it has acquired a minority interest in Freshly, a leading provider of Direct-to-Consumer healthy prepared meals, which currently supplies consumers in 28 states with weekly shipments of meals.

5The parenting lessons I learned from my dying child

Interpretation of the news based on evidence, including data, as well as anticipating how events might unfold based on past events I hoisted my daughter off the pavement, perching her on my hip as I brushed the silky gold strands of hair from her eyes. At 3, Hannah was already getting too big for me to carry this way, but I needed her reassuring heft to ground me for the conversation we were about to have.

Lidl Makes Long-Awaited U.S. Debut With 10 VA, NC, SC Units

The hype is over and the hoopla began on June 15 when Lidl opened the first 10 of what is expected to be more than 100 stores in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast during the next six months. The initial group of stores - located in Virginia Beach, VA; Hampton, VA; Kinston, NC; Greenville, NC; Sanford, NC; Wilson, NC; Rocky Mount, NC; Winston-Salem, NC; Spartanburg, SC; and Greenville, SC - all were reported to be extremely busy through the first weekend of business, as the German-based discounter which maintains its U.S. headquarters in Arlington, VA, concluded its four-day grand opening sale.

Arlington firm says its data leak of millions of voters occurred 'without our knowledge'

An Arlington-based data firm has dominated headlines after it unintentionally leaked the personal information of almost every registered American voter.

Police: Drunk Man Arrested for Tossing Wine Bottles Out of Whole Foods Window

A customer of acquisition target Whole Foods had a special delivery for cars parked outside its Clarendon location Friday morning: wine bottles and loose change. Police were called to the Whole Foods at 2700 Wilson Blvd around 7 a.m. Friday for a report of someone throwing objects out of a second floor window.

Through the Lens With Doug Mills

Josh King guest hosts a weekend edition of Trumpcast. He talks to New York Times photographer Doug Mills about covering the shooting in Arlington, Virginia; James Comey's testimony; and last week's bizarre Cabinet meeting.

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