This Stars of Texas is titled "America's Pastime" by artist Justin Simmons. It's located at Globe Life Park outside the northwest entrance. Paula and Grey Pierson helped underwrite the piece -- one of 20 different artistic stars in Arlington at varied locations (they're also pictured on this board). The Stars project is supported by the Arlington Museum of Art, the Tomorrow Foundation and Women In Philanthropy.
Celebrate Independence Day in Downtown Arlington with live music, kid-friendly activities and a spectacular firework display on Tuesday, July 3 followed by a red, white and blue, fun-filled parade the next day! #AmericanDreamCity #ArlingtonDreamTeam
Meet the Neighbors: Tiffany Woods Residents Remain United After Sign Project #ArlingtonTX
Meet the Neighbors: Interlochen Christmas Lights a Family Tradition #ArlingtonTX
Meet the Neighbors: Park Place Residents Enjoy Life on the 'Monopoly Streets' | City of Arlington, TX
Meet the Neighbors: Heart of Arlington Neighborhood Association | City of Arlington, TX
'Meet the Neighbors' Debut Episode Highlights Friendliness of Emerald Park Neighborhood
The City of Arlington's autonomous shuttle pilot project, Milo, marked its 100th event in June 2018.
Arlington Historical Society member Stephen Barnes recently transcribed an account about #ArlingtonTX’s first known 4th of July celebration, which was published in the Dallas World Herald on July 5, 1877.
The Arlington ISD has formed a partnership with Dan Dipert to provide $135,000 in funding for a piano to be located at the AISD Fine Arts Center, scheduled to open in fall 2020. #ArlingtonTX
The June 2018 Street Tracker episode features the Matlock Road Street Maintenance Project north of Interstate 20, which wrapped up construction in May 2018. #ArlingtonTX
Duluth Trading Co., known for its durable workwear and entertaining commercials, will celebrate the grand opening of its new #ArlingtonTX store on Thursday, July 12, 2018.