ARLINGTON — Legion Park was transformed into a Viking village Oct. 1-2, as the Downtown Arlington Business Association’s Viking Fest returned for its second year of demonstrating historically authentic crafts and combat.
ARLINGTON — While the rest of downtown was caught up in the revels of the city’s second annual Viking Fest, the merchants’ parking lot at 323 N. Olympic Ave. served as the site for city officials to illustrate some quality-of-life benefits that are coming, courtesy of America’s Best Communities.
ARLINGTON — An Arlington police officer and a Snohomish County councilman who hails from the town recounted their personal experiences with opioids at a community forum this week.
ARLINGTON — Christopher St. John served in the Navy from 1997 to 2007, enough time for him to go on four deployments.
ARLINGTON — Barbara Stratton and her husband Ron are co-owners of B&T Automotive, the NAPA AutoCare Mechanical Center at the corner of First Street and Olympic Avenue.
ARLINGTON — The city of Arlington is on the verge of funding a renovation of the baseball fields at Bill Quake Memorial Park almost entirely from grant dollars.
ARLINGTON — Less than a week after the three commissioners of Arlington Heights Fire District 21 agreed to a new Emergency Medical Services and mutual aid contract with the city of Arlington, the City Council voted unanimously to approve it Sept. 18.
ARLINGTON — When a fleet of nearly 50 semi trucks cruised through downtown Arlington Sept. 17, many onlookers wondered what the occasion was.
ARLINGTON — The Mirkwood Public House has received no shortage of friendly visits from Arlington police since opening its doors a decade ago, so the staff wanted to show its support for the officers.
ARLINGTON — Anthony Phillips is only 12 years old, young enough that even his grandparents weren’t old enough to live through the original settlement of the Stillaguamish Valley, but some of the toys at Pioneer Hall were still familiar to him.
ARLINGTON — For the second-straight year, Arlington American Legion Post 76 honored military who have been prisoners of war or missing in action Sept. 16.
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS — The Arlington Heights Fire District 21 station was again a packed house Sept. 14.
ARLINGTON — The Arlington Art Council’s ninth annual “Art in the Park” event Sept. 10 offered visitors to Legion Park an opportunity to beat the heat, as the summer’s weather stuck around for early fall.