Cynthia Richmond will temporarily replace Terry Holzheimer as chief, after Holzheimer’s death Saturday.
The crowded Democratic field for James Moran’s congressional seat has a front-runner.
Arlington will review assessments of 90 commercial properties that had saw their assessed values jump.
Clearing snow costs Arlington $1 million so far this winter.
County Board okays renovation of building for new homeless center.
Arlington officials break down the cost of the forthcoming Crystal City and Potomac Yard passenger shelters
Bradlee Shopping Center lease is revoked for 28-year-old Capital Bagel Bakery in Alexandria
Higher property values mean tax hike for most homeowners; some city employees would face job cuts.
Arlington’s new bus and street car stops along Route 1 to cost between $345,000 and $530,000.
Arlington, Alexandria, WMATA building a 4.5-mile transit loop.
Tax rates unchanged but assessments are higher; new money for roads, teachers, housing help.
Long-planned transitway connecting Metro station to buildings to the south may pave way for a streetcar.
The four are: Democrat Alan Howze, Independent John Vihstadt, Independent Green Janet Murphy and Independent Stephen Holbrook.
While almost all governments declared themselves closed to business Wednesday night, the two inside-the-Beltway suburbs waited until 5 a.m. or so on Thursday to surrender to the snow.
At least six candidates are vying to fill Arlington County Board seat that was vacated by Chris Zimmerman.
Renovation proposals are in line with expectations, county says.
The IBM consultant will face three rivals in a special County Board election in April.
An IBM consultant, a restaurateur and a former Planning Commission member are seeking to serve.
The five-story hotel, being developed by Carr Hospitality, will be built at Union and Duke streets.
Patricia Sullivan seeks out news about Alexandria and Arlington County for the Washington Post. She came to the Post in 2001, editing the local technology page, writing news obituaries, working in the newsroom’s information technology department and covering breaking news. She previously was executive online editor at The Industry Standard in San Francisco, an online editor and online columnist at the San Jose Mercury News, and a reporter at newspapers in Montana, Florida and Illinois. She was a John S. Knight Journalism Fellow at Stanford University in 1992-93.