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As more and more teachers have had to miss class due to having the coronavirus or needing to quarantine due to close contact, finding substitute teachers can be challenging. more
Though they were hopeful when planning it, the Arlington Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department decided to cancel their primary fundraiser — the annual Pancakes with Santa, which was set for Sunday. more
Two more Washington County residents have died as a result of COVID-19, according to the Three Rivers Health Department. The two residents included a woman in her 70s and a man in his 80s, … more
The fourth year for a day of giving to benefit Washington County nonprofit organizations shattered totals from its previous three years and reached six figures for the first time. more
While the holidays may be more subdued due to the coronavirus pandemic, there are still plenty of events for Washington County residents to get into the Christmas spirit. Children can still get … more
The Arlington Public Schools Board of Education held a special meeting Monday with members of the DLR Group and Boyd Jones to discuss the building and renovation plan progress on the northeast addition to the school. more
Several events bringing Christmas spirit to Arlington will take place in December, including a Christmas tree lighting at 6 p.m. Dec. 5. more
Enterprise Media Group is seeking nominees for its 23rd Annual Washington County Volunteer of the Year award. The Volunteer of the Year award is given annually to a Washington County resident who … more
For the fourth straight year, longtime Blair residents Wyman and Laurie Nelson have chosen to cover all credit card fees for a 12-hour period during Washington County Gives. The day of giving that … more
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