Smoking ban opponents deliver 1,500 signatures to City Hall

Resident Kelly Canon stands proudly with a stack of 1,500 signatures in opposition to a proposed expansion of Arlington's smoking ordinance.

Business owners and activists have combined forces to oppose an ordinance which would make Arlington a 100 percent smoke-free city


New smoking rules make Arlington "100% smoke free"

The Arlington City Council voted to amend and tighten the City's smoking ordinance; with an exception made for bingo parlors


Downtown development celebrates opening phase

Ryan Dodson (with scissors) cuts the ribbon on the first phase of Urban Union

The three-phased development will feature 100,000 square feet of new and renovated commercial space on completion


Driverless tech considered for two-year pilot in Arlington

Riders board an EasyMile EZ10 autonomous vehicle at a demonstration in Arlington.

An autonomous vehicle system that would serve the Entertainment District is being considered by the Arlington City Council, the Arlington Voice has learned


City opens up traffic on Center Street Bridge

Three new vehicles from Park Place Mercedes-Benz make their way across the Center Street Bridge, becoming the first modes of transportation to use the City of Arlington's newest addition to its infrastructure. (Photo: Russ Rendon: Arlington Voice)

The $11.6 million structure relieves traffic congestion on at least two north-south thoroughfares in the vicinity of The Arlington Highlands


Food truck amendments to UDC passed by City Council

Food truck vendors will now be assessed a $50 fee for costs associated with the administration, permitting, and inspection processes of their Moblie Food Establishments. (Photo: City of Arlington)

Regulations were also set forth on access to electrical hook-ups, restrooms and garbage receptacles

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