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a city in northern Texas between Dallas and Fort Worth

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We are at the beginning of an exciting transportation technology revolution," Arlington mayor Mayor Jeff Williams said of the venture.
Among the competitors are Eddie's Restaurant, the Arlington Heights Fire Department, Link Auto, Durty Nellie's, Culvers, Salsa 17, Arlington Heights American Legion, Cortland's Garage, Birch River Grill, TJ O'Brien's and JD's Q and Brew.
Wolff was recognized for her passion and tireless efforts for economic revitalization, which were instrumental in the formation of Downtown Arlington, Inc.
First Merchants Corporation (NASDAQ: FRME) has completed its merger with The Arlington Bank of Columbus, Ohio, the company said.
Founded in 1998, and based in Upper Arlington, Ohio, The Arlington Bank operates three banking centre locations in the Columbus, Ohio area.
In the race to be the grandest, Fordyce and others razed one Arlington to build a new one.
The UT Arlington School of Architecture offers degrees in Architecture, Interior Design, and Landscape Architecture and it even offers a graduate-level Certificate in Property Repositioning and Turnaround.
Sprouted in the same years that the District of Columbia was established, Arlington Oak was a fixture in the Washington area for generations, but the tree wouldn't become a national symbol until 1963 when John F.
Marriott International Inc (NYSE: MAR), a US-based company that owns and operates hotel properties, has announced opening of two new hotel properties in Arlington, Virginia, US.
Educated in Ireland, he immigrated to Boston as a young man and lived in Arlington for 60 years.
This part focuses on small business support services and highlights the work of Arlington, Va.
DURING a recent Army funeral at Arlington National Cemetery, a woman escorted by a member of the Army's 3rd U.
Each year hundreds of thousands of people visit the hallowed grounds of Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia.
s established suburbs: Arlington, Virginia and Silver Spring, Maryland.
Similarly, Arlington collaborates with a local university to offer an in-house algebra certification program for middle school math teachers focused on math content as well as teaching strategies.