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Government, The Neighborhood Files, Halloween
Arlington so far has collected 80 tons of debris following Hurricane Sandy. But downed trees, branches and power wires could still pose a threat.
Check out our interactive map to see where crews are working today in Arlington County.
Restaurant Reviews, Awareness, Halloween
Celebrating Halloween in Clarendon.
Government, Police & Fire, Business, The Neighborhood Files, Awareness
Early estimates indicate damage will be in the 'millions of dollars'
You need not wait for change at the oft-glacial pace of institutions. You can make a difference tomorrow.
Curl up with some creepy cartoon classics.
The Neighborhood Files
Arlington Central Library hosts author.
The storm system struck the region Tuesday evening, leaving thousands without power and debris scattered in the region.
Police & Fire
Investigators aren't ready or able to call the incident storm-related.
The incident happened just after noon on Tuesday.
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