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Learn How to be the ‘Source of Change’ During Library’s Teen Tech Week

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From robotics classes to hands-on science experiments, the Arlington Public Library will offer a variety of ways for teens to explore, create and share content in a learning environment outside the classroom as part of Teen Tech Week. Arlington will join thousands of libraries and schools across the country in celebrating…

Arlington Officers Honored During Police Department’s Annual Awards Banquet

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At the Arlington Convention Center, some of Arlington Police Department’s best officers met up with citizens and business leaders for an afternoon of awards and special honors. More than 450 guests were seated for the annual ceremony on February 22. This event is made possible by the Arlington Police Foundation and a…

U.S. Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce-Southwest Recognizes Community, Business Leaders

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The U. S. Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce-Southwest recently recognized local community and business leaders, including many from Arlington, at its 16th Annual Lunar New Year Celebration. Grace McDermott, President of USPAACC-SW, honored Arlington Mayor Jeff Williams with the Legacy Visionary Award for his efforts to keep the Texas Rangers in…

UTA Spotlight: Campus Events Celebrate Black History Month

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Greetings from The American Dream City! Be sure to tune into the fourth installment of UTA Spotlight, a weekly news update on events and happenings around Arlington. Among this week’s top stories: Various organizations hold events on-campus to celebrate Black History Month. Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority hosted a sickle cell forum, while the…

Hundreds of Budding Young Scientists, Engineers Showcase Work at Fair in Arlington

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More than 500 students from across the North Texas region gathered in Arlington this week to demonstrate their science and engineering experiments for a chance to win cash prizes and a spot at state and national competitions. Students in sixth through 12th grade, representing a mix of public, private and home…

Backstage Arlington: Choir Essential to Service at Grace UMC Arlington

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MyArlingtonTV is taking a trip across The American Dream City to showcase some of the diverse musical acts happening in Arlington’s schools, restaurants, churches and neighborhoods. Hosted by Tika Cook, “Backstage Arlington” highlights some of the different music acts and performing venues that exist in Arlington. The newest episode features the choir…

Register Now for New EngAGE Weekly Walking Program at Elzie Odom Athletic Center

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Come launch engAGE Arlington‘s weekly walking program on Elzie Odom Athletic Center’s indoor track with an evening of health and wellness! The kickoff is Thursday, February 23 from 6 to 8 p. m.. This event is FREE and for adults 21+. Elzie Odom is located at 1601 NE Green Oaks Blvd, 76006. Pre-Registration…