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    Arlington voters will consider two propositions on the May 6, 2017, ballot. Early voting begins April 24. Proposition 1Proposition 1 is whether $45 million in general obligation bonds should be spent to build an Active Adult Center. The City of Arlington produced the following Frequently Asked Questions to provide voters with information…

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    Kevin Hervey, an Arlington native, became the second UTA men’s basketball player to earn All-America recognition this week when he was named an honorable mention selection by the Associated Press. Hervey, the Sun Belt Player of the Year, is the only player from the Sun Belt Conference and one of just four…

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    New lane closures are planned for the next week as part of the $233 million Interstate 30/SH 360 Interchange Project. Aerial photos of the project are available on the Keep 30360 Moving website.  Weekly Lane Closure Look AheadClosures are subject to changes due to weather and schedule. Below are anticipated…

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    As part of its commitment to cost reduction, Arlington Water Utilities recently reviewed payment options it offers to residents. Results were presented to the Arlington City Council in January. Two payment methods topped all others in terms of expenses – payments at customer care locations and online credit/debit card payments. Arlington…

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    The Spring Book Sale is almost here! Join the Friends and Foundation of the Arlington Public Library for their book sale from April 5-9 at the Meadowbrook Recreation Center. Book sale shoppers can get great deals on books, DVDs, and other items while supporting the Arlington Public Library. The Book Sale…

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    Arlington’s Transportation Advisory Committee will hold its next meeting from 6 p. m. to 8 p. m. Thursday, April 6, 2017, at City Hall, 3rd Floor, 101 W. Abram St. in downtown Arlington. Residents can find a complete schedule of upcoming meetings and other key information about the Transportation Advisory Committee at www. arlington-tx. gov/TAC. Time…

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    Thousands of fans filled Globe Life Park in Arlington early on Monday for the Texas Rangers’ home opener. Hours before the game started, MyArlingtonTV asked Rangers fans what their walk up song would be if they were a baseball player. Check out the video above for their fun answers!Opening day ceremonies will include the official raising of…

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    From replacing bumpy neighborhood streets to building a new recreation center/branch library on the east side of town, the City of Arlington plans to invest more than $169 million in infrastructure over the coming year. The Arlington City Council adopted this year’s $68.8 million capital budget, $84.4 million water utility capital…

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    We are proud to showcase Becky and Troy Gillispie as our dynamic Library volunteer duo for the City of Arlington in April!   This married couple splits their time up between two branches, Becky is a Book Wrangler at the Lake Arlington Branch while Troy helps with programming at the Southwest…

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    Cat of the Week – Meet BanditBandit is our chosen cat of the week.  This two-year-old male domestic short-haired tabby is brown and black in color.  Bandit is a rather timid cat who wants to get to know you his terms.  He would probably do best in a quiet home…

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    The Bardin Road bridge over State Highway 360 in Arlington has reopened to drivers, the Texas Department of Transportation announced Tuesday. TxDOT thanked drivers and area residents for their patience during emergency repairs to the bridge, which was severely damaged by fire last November. The state awarded a $1.2 million emergency contract…

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    Sam Houston High School senior Kris Le burst into tears of joy Tuesday morning as she and a small number of fellow classmates were escorted into the crowd-filled auditorium decorated with purple and silver balloons. As the crowd cheered and applauded, Le and six other Sam Houston High School seniors learned…

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    Springtime in Texas: the days grow longer, the sun is high in sky, and it’s the perfect time to start planning your vacation. Arlington Public Library wants to help you with your vacation plans by offering four programs in April and May all about travel. Whether its group tours, day…

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    Mark Joeckel is passionate about Arlington. His “Arlington Proud” campaign started out simply as a Facebook page in 2012 but has since grown into a social media network with 40,000 followers. The positive community response inspired Joeckel to also start his own radio program, The Mark Joeckel Show, which celebrated its…

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    Tee up and swing away to support Mission Arlington/Mission Metroplex. Rolling Hills Country Club is hosting its inaugural charity golf tournament to benefit Mission Arlington on Monday, May 1, 2017. This tournament, open to men and women, will be a two-person team scramble with an entry fee of $150 per person. Entry…

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      Weekend Buzz airs on MyArlingtonTV from Thursday to Sunday. You can also check out the video on our YouTube channel. Oakland Athletics vs. Texas Rangers at Globe Life Park in ArlingtonThe Texas Rangers host a division foe at Globe Life Park in Arlington for the first home weekend series…

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    Shirley Patterson continues to live her American Dream of making the City of Arlington a better place to live, learn, work and play. She graduated from The University of Texas at Arlington and is a retired corporate research librarian. Shirley currently serves as a member of the Senior Library Advisory Council. A resident of…

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    Laura Mydlarz, an associate professor of biology at the University of Texas at Arlington, is leading a new study to quantify how susceptible coral species are to disease through a series of experiments and approaches. The project, titled “Immunity to Community: Can Quantifying Immune Traits Inform Reef Community Structure?” is funded by…

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    Whether it’s dusty stacks of credit card statements, old receipts, or even last year’s tax forms, the threat of identity theft doesn’t provide comfort in parting ways with sensitive documents. That’s why Texas Health Resources is inviting the community to participate in Shredfest, a free, secure shredding service provided by Iron…

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    Texas Health Resources and Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital have made a long-term investment in Arlington’s health by donating a combined $50,000 to the campaign for the George W. Hawkes Downtown Library. Community giving is a vital piece of the public-private partnership that funds the Downtown Library project, but it’s also…

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