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Happy 40th, Texas Rangers Baseball!

The first playoff series victory in franchise history. Back-to-Back American League Championships. Two consecutive World Series appearances. And all in the past two seasons. Not bad, particularly when you’re creeping into middle age. Texas Rangers baseball turns 40 Saturday, which officially marks the day the Washington (D. C.) Senators arrived to North Texas and…

Global Youth Service Day is Saturday in Arlington

Global Youth Service Day mobilizes millions of youth from over 100 countries to improve their communities through service. It remains one of the largest service events of its kind. On Saturday, April 21, youth groups from area schools, and faith-based and nonprofit organizations will make a difference in Arlington when they…

GM Breaks Ground on $200 Million Stamping Facility

A new General Motors sheet metal stamping plant facility will add 180 jobs to the city and further the company’s commitment to the community said company and community leaders on Friday. Standing in a gravel lot where the facility will be constructed, city leaders and company officials touted the $200 million…

Mayors Join Forces for Regional Water Conservation Plan

Watering lawns twice a week may no longer be a drought-related restriction. It could very well be a permanent fixture. Arlington Mayor Robert Cluck, Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings, Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price and Irving Mayor Beth Van on Wednesday publicly and ceremoniously put their support behind the maximum twice-per-week watering…

City Teams Respond Quickly, Efficiently To Tornado Aftermath

After the winds stopped howling, tree branches ceased snapping, and rain and hail subsided, the Arlington police and fire departments, along with other City divisions, were available immediately to help start the recovery process after a devastating tornado rocked parts of Arlington on Tuesday, April 3. On site, Arlington Police Department…