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


Arlington mayor, community leaders agree to public transportation forum

Arlington Public Transportation Forum - Arlington Town Hall on Public Transportation - Mayor Jeff Williams, Mark Joeckel, Buddy Saunders, Dr. Saimak Ardekani (Courtesy Jason Waite / Arlington Voice)

Panelists will meet in an on-stage forum to discuss the future of public transportation in Arlington


EXCLUSIVE: Arlington council candidate under criminal probe for threats against state rep's family

Matthew Powers, 35, is a candidate for Arlington City Council

The candidate sent sexually suggestive and obscenity-laced threats through messages online, and visited the state rep's home to deliver a threatening letter


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


Barton announces second round of town halls

Joe Barton

The Arlington congressional representative will hold three town hall meetings in April


City Council to vote on autonomous shuttle

Pending City Council approval Tuesday night, this EasyMile autonomous vehicle will be one of two leased to the City to provide shuttle service in the Entertainment District. (Photo: Ken Costlow / Arlington Voice)

EasyMile, LLC of Toulouse, France, will be providing two vehicles to be used in the Entertainment District

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