At no point were we planning on renaming this feature the Darvish/Hamilton award, but at the pace each of them are going, we just might have to.
The Texas Rangers have all kinds of good numbers; Two ALCS championships, a 23-14 record and a nine straight home game sellout setting a franchise record. But there are other people cashing in on the team’s success. The City of Arlington is setting a financial record.
The city of Arlington’s Canon Print Center is a concept the city may copy and expand.
The Arlington strip club owner, who was arrested for allegedly attempting to have two city officials killed, was ordered Friday to remain in custody.
Mayor Robert Cluck spoke publicly Wednesday for the first time about an alleged murder-for-hire plot targeting him and a lawyer doing contract work for the city.
U.S. Senator John Cornyn will tour some of the areas in Arlington that were damaged by a tornado that snaked through parts of North Texas.
The mayors of Dallas, Fort Worth, Arlington and Irving are considering making watering restrictions permanent as part of a conservation plan.
Gas companies that drill in Arlington will now have to pay the city a $2,500 fee, per well, every year. The money will go toward properly preparing and training firefighters.
It’s the second big expansion announcement at the General Motors plant in Arlington in less than a year. GM is building a $200 million parts manufacturing plant that will being 180 jobs to North Texas.
Texas is dealing with a drought, and while residents are asked to conserve water, Chesapeake Energy is using millions of gallons for fracking.
A poll of residents in Arlington generally find people with favorable opinions about core city services. Which is surprising when you consider Arlington has far fewer employees per citizen than any other major Texas cities.
A Twitter account has the attention of the mayor of Arlington, but Cluck is not Tweeting, and wants the account gone.