Do you love history? Then take a few moments to explore City of Arlington’s rich and storied past.
Visitors to Arlington’s Entertainment District have even more public art to enjoy with the addition of three new sculptures in Richard Greene Linear Park.
The $18 million Tri-schools road project in southwest Arlington is expected to be substantially complete by April, about five months earlier than scheduled. It’s another example of dreams getting done in the American Dream City.
Last June, Keep Arlington Beautiful and the Arlington Parks and Recreation Department announced a volunteer campaign to clean up litter from public right-of-ways, such as parks, streets, and trails.
Drivers should expect lane closures as part of the $233 million Interstate 30/SH 360 Interchange Project.
For parents and caregivers working to fill their calendars with spring break activities, the Arlington Public Library is ready to entertain young and old with its first-ever Spring Break Week of Play.
Weekend Buzz airs on MyArlingtonTV from Thursday to Sunday. You can also check out the video on our YouTube channel.
Your leaky faucet may be costing more than just your sanity. Nationwide, household leaks have the potential to waste as much as 1 trillion gallons of water every year and require homeowners to repair major problems caused by small leaks.
The Arlington Municipal Court wants citizens to know they have a variety of options for resolving their Class C Misdemeanor citations, including payment plans and community service.
The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) assures drivers it’s on track to complete Cooper Street improvements in Arlington by this summer.