9 Mosquito Samples Test Positive For West Nile Virus In Arlington, Ground Spraying Planned Wednesday, Thursday NightsContractors will conduct targeted ground spraying on Wednesday, July 15 and Thursday, July 16 between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5 a.m.
Another Free Mask Giveaway Planned In Arlington To Help Fight Spread Of CoronavirusThe event will be held in the parking lot of the AISD Dan Dipert Career and Technical Center in East Arlington on Thursday, July 16.
2 Assistant Chiefs To Lead Arlington Police Department During National Search For Will Johnson's ReplacementAssistant Chief Jaime Ayala and Assistant Chief Kevin Kolbye will lead the Arlington Police department during the search for a new chief.
Coronavirus In Texas: Arlington To Distribute 250,000 Protective Masks To Area Workers For FreeDistribution will be done by drive-thru at Texas Rangers Parking Lot R from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 6.
Arlington Police Chief Will Johnson Announces RetirementChief Will Johnson's retirement is set for June after a nearly 26-year law enforcement career, most of which was with Arlington Police.
Arlington Voters To Decide On Quarter-Cent Sales Tax Increase In MayCity leaders say they want to generate more money, but put the least possible burden on people who live in the city. The city wants to boost the sales tax rate from 8% to 8.25%.
Arlington Leaders Want To Increase Sales Tax, Voters Could Decide In MayThe city wants to boost the rate from 8% to 8.25%. “This is decision our citizens will need to make,” said Arlington Mayor Jeff Williams.
Suit Against Arlington Officers For Tasing Man Who Died After Catching Fire Goes To 5th CircuitArlington police officers are appealing after a judge refused to dismiss a lawsuit by the family of a man who, despite having doused himself with gas, was tased, caught on fire and died.
End Of The Road Is Near For Arlington's Pedicabs As City Council Unanimously Votes To Terminate ProgramThe council ultimately voted 8-0 to let the pedicab program end in March, when current operator permits expire.
Arlington Doing Away With Pedal Power To And From Stadiums: 'Good People Have Lost Their Jobs'The decision to sunset the program was made without a vote by the city council and with reportedly no notice to business owners.
Stream Restoration Project Would Mean Removing 250 Trees From Southwest Arlington NeighborhoodIf a city project moves forward, some homeowners in Arlington could lose what they consider the best part of their community:  The trees.