The enemy could never break him, but what this decorated Green Beret eventually found was that his enemy was within.
Efforts by an Arlington community to support Black Lives Matter has led to confrontations, calls to police, and even conspiracy theories.
The Arlington Public Library eliminated overdue book fines last week in what they say is an effort to “increase access” for marginalized people in the community.
All 70 parishes in the Catholic Diocese of Arlington will move into phase three of Virginia's reopening plan on Wednesday.
Last Sunday, actor Thomas Keegan took to social media to re-tell his accusations against Signature Theatre co-founder Eric Schaeffer.
Arlington County Schools told parents and the school community on Friday that it is considering several scenarios for the next academic school year – and a return to the physical classroom is the least likely one.
A fed up father is taking a local university to court for failing to provide his daughter with the education he paid for.
Despite stay-at-home orders for most DMV residents, construction is one industry that has kept going through the coronavirus pandemic.
An Arlington man was arrested after allegedly throwing two dogs from the balcony of his apartment in Courthouse.
Police cruisers flashed their lights. Dozens of families in cars decorated with balloons honked horns, raised handmade signs and yelled: “Happy Birthday, Jessiah!”
Rossie Bratten, a 21-year-old Virginia resident, is calling on nursing homes to be more transparent about COVID-19, claiming an Arlington facility caring for his mother never informed the family of positive cases at the site. Bratten claims they only called to be told their mother had tested positive.
Tuesday was the first day back to public school after spring break in Arlington, Virginia.
The coronavirus is responsible for 12 deaths in Arlington County as of Tuesday – up from three on Monday.
The coronavirus outbreak has now claimed the lives of two people in Arlington County.
An Arlington County firefighter has tested positive for novel coronavirus, officials announced Tuesday.
A lot of people in the region suddenly found themselves stuck at home and not interacting with others much due to the coronavirus but a lack of human connection is turning into an animal connection.
Two Metro stations will be closed until further notice in an effort to prevent trips to the Tidal Basin to see the cherry blossoms in the District amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Arlington National Cemetery is closing to visitors starting Friday as the D.C. region grapples with the coronavirus’ arrival.
A person who has tested positive for coronavirus worked in two office buildings in Crystal City, according to the property owner. This story was first reported on ARLnow.com.
“Cupid” the cat – who was shot with an arrow in West Virginia – has undergone surgery in Arlington, and is now ready for adoption.