Short-term rentals disrupt previously quiet neighborhoods

Ken Cox (Photo by Russ Rendon / Arlington Voice)

The explosion of short-term rentals in and around Arlington's Entertainment District is creating headaches for some long-time residents. They're ready for the City Council to step in and do something


Lincoln Square icon Sherlock's Baker Street Pub closes its doors

A mainstay for nearly 15 years at Lincoln Square Shopping Center, Sherlock's Baker Street Pub, abruptly closed its doors early Sunday morning, leaving a trail of mystery among employees and longtime patrons. (Photo: Ken Costlow/Arlington Voice)

Official reason remains a mystery, but recent poor sales and parking issues remain possibilities


City Council to discuss Via rideshare project

Passangers would be able to use the Via app on their smartphone to arrange a pickup to a desginated destination. (Photo: City of Arlington)

The project would incorporate a fleet of 10 Mercedes Metris vans which can be accessed through a smartphone app


Arlington breaks ground on new Live! by Loews hotel

Arlington Mayor Jeff Williams (left) joins Alex Tisch (center) and Ivan Rodriguez (right) in turning dirt for the groundbreaking of the new Live! by Loews hotel that will be part of the Texas Live! entertainment center. (Photo: Russ Rendon/Arlington Voice)

One of the central features of the new Texas Live! entertainment center, it will be Arlington first luxury hotel and resort


National printing firm relocating to Petsche Company building

Petsche Company Factory on West Division Street

4over Inc. is moving from a current location in the Great Southwest Industrial District


New York reconstruction may yield development for Arlington

Access to the lanes on New York Avenue from Pioneer Parkway to East Park Row Drive will revert to the southbound side next week. (Photo; Ken Costlow/Arlington Voice)

Completion of the entire corridor project is still about nine months away

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