All the Arlington News You Care About - 4/27
Annie Gowen (Washington Post) wrote Sunday about the Bodies exhibition in Rosslyn that uses 250 preserved human specimens to shed light on the inner workings of the body. Read more.
The Sun Gazette reported that the County Board approved a new policy that will require government-sponsored sports leagues to meet residency requirements by 2009. Read more.
The Washington Capitals will unveil their new uniforms at a special Draft Day Party on Friday, June 22, held at the Kettler Capitals Iceplex. The Caps are returning to the red, white, and blue color scheme that they wore from their first season in 1974-75 through 1994-95. Read more.
Scott McCaffrey (Sun Gazette) wrote today on the board increasing parking meter rates. Read more.
The 2007 CSC Invitational, a premier professional bike race, will be held in Arlington on June 2. Computer Sciences Corporation announced today that it will be the title sponsor of the event. The CSC Invitational will benefit the Paralyzed Veterans of America. For more information, visit the website of Arlington Sports Inc.
McCaffrey also reported that board members are looking for balance as they study redevelopment ideas for Crystal City. Board Members Jay Fisette and Barbara Favola are quoted. Read more.
Scott McCaffrey (Sun Gazette) reports on the web today that more than 200 local residents have signed up to participate in the local “Green Living Challenge,” which seeks to provide Arlingtonians with common-sense and easy-to-implement ways to help the environment. Read more.