Winter Storm Cleanup: Free Tool Sharing Program Local Residents across Texas are dealing with the aftermath from the unexpected cold snap that left thousands without power and water for days. Despite warmer temperatures and restoration of power, several Arlington homeowners are left with property damage from this extreme winter storm. Subfreezing temperatures caused pipes to freeze and burst. When the pipes burst, water floods homes causing significant damage.  Arlington Water Continue Reading Arlington Issues Boil Water Notice Local UPDATE: City of Arlington announces precautionary boil water alert is lifted Sat, Feb 20, 10:07 AM. Due to unprecedented demand and a possible major water main break, some Arlington Water Utilities customers may be without water service. For those with water, pressure may be reduced and tap water must be boiled prior to consumption. This order advises all customers to boil their Continue Reading Second Warming Station Opens as Arlington Issues Declaration of Disaster Due to Extreme Weather Local As extreme winter weather conditions continued, the City of Arlington on Tuesday issued a Declaration of Disaster, opened a secondary emergency warming station, and urged citizens with emergency issues related to power outages to call 911 for assistance.  On Sunday, Gov. Greg Abbott announced that the White House had issued a Federal Emergency Declaration for Texas, affecting all 254 counties in Continue Reading COVID-19 Vaccine comes to Arlington, Texas EMS Workers Set to Get Their First Coronavirus Vaccine Doses in Arlington COVID, Local The City of Arlington expects that the first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine allocation from the Texas Department of State Health Services will arrive soon. Working in conjunction with Tarrant County Public Health and following the state and federal priority list for vaccine distribution, the City of Arlington Fire Department will provide COVID-19 vaccinations to EMS workers and health care Continue Reading

2nd Annual Art Market Returns to Arlington

Each brushstroke and kiln-fired creation at Catalyst Creative Arts serves as more than just crafts. The family-owned studio in Downtown Arlington’s Urban Union is a community connector. Their 2nd Annual Art Market on November 7th will feature 8 local artists, live music from Sky Seo Jazz Trio, and more....

Levitt Pavilion Arlington’s New Hospitality Center Provides Bathrooms, A Private Suite, And Outdoor Deck

Construction on the Levitt Pavilion Arlington Hospitality Center is over halfway complete after initially breaking ground back in August 2019. The new Hospitality Center will be named after one of its biggest donors, the Baylor Scott & White Orthopedic & Spine Hospital, who donated $750,000 to the project. Another large...

The Arlington Museum of Art Reopens With Knox Martin Exhibition

The Arlington Museum of Art has been providing the community with art since 1991 by the combined support of those including The Arlington Art Association and the Arlington Independent School District. The museum has finally reopened after months of being closed. For the first time since February, they have opened...

Winter Storm Cleanup: Free Tool Sharing Program

Residents across Texas are dealing with the aftermath from the unexpected cold snap that left thousands without power and water for days. Despite warmer temperatures and restoration of power, several Arlington homeowners are left with property damage from this extreme winter storm. Subfreezing temperatures caused pipes to freeze and burst....

Arlington Issues Boil Water Notice

UPDATE: City of Arlington announces precautionary boil water alert is lifted Sat, Feb 20, 10:07 AM. Due to unprecedented demand and a possible major water main break, some Arlington Water Utilities customers may be without water service. For those with water, pressure may be reduced and tap water must be...

Second Warming Station Opens as Arlington Issues Declaration of Disaster Due to Extreme Weather

As extreme winter weather conditions continued, the City of Arlington on Tuesday issued a Declaration of Disaster, opened a secondary emergency warming station, and urged citizens with emergency issues related to power outages to call 911 for assistance.  On Sunday, Gov. Greg Abbott announced that the White House had issued...

The Best Coworking Spaces in Arlington TX

Coworking may not be a new concept but it is definitely one that has exploded in popularity over recent years. Moving away from owning or renting a traditional office space in favor of shared space has become appealing to solo entrepreneurs, startups, creators, and freelancers alike for many reasons....
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Arlington Provides Free COVID-19 Testing to Tarrant County Residents

As of Friday, April 24th, the City of Arlington is performing free, drive-through COVID-19 testing for all Tarrant County residents who meet testing eligibility. Eligibility is determined for residents ages 18 and older who are exhibiting symptoms of the respiratory virus that has shaken communities around the world. These tests are...
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Arlingtons Via Rideshare Service Expanding in it’s Third Year

In early December, the City of Arlington reported the extension and expansion of the Via Rideshare in Arlington. Now, as of Wednesday, January 8th, this affordable and on-demand public transportation plan will be expanded once again. The new route expansion will make Via—the rideshare service that has grown enormously in...

2020 PBR World Championship to be Held at AT&T Stadium

Photo via @PBR on Facebook
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MLB Fans In Arlington Attend First Game In Person Since March

Yesterday for the first time since Major League Baseball shut down spring training due to coronavirus pandemic, fans gathered to watch the kick-off NLCS game between the Atlanta Braves and the Los Angeles Dodgers. Approximately 11,500 tickets have been announced available for the National League Championship Series (NLCS) and...

Martin High School Announces Removal of Logo With Native American Headdress

Through a  letter addressed to parents, students, and faculty members, Martin High School’s Principal Marlene Roddy has stated that one of the school’s logos, which depicts a “warrior” wearing a Native American headdress, will no longer be used by the school. This was one of the school’s two original...

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