Arlington celebrates with music fireworks for annual Summer Sizzle
Steve Harris Construction is busy improving Ellsworth Street and construction is progressing. Concrete was poured June 24 on the section from Seventh to Ninth streets.
Now that we are again open to the public, 2-6 p.m. Monday and 3-8 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, please stop in and see what we have received in the way of books for all members of the family.
The 2020 Gala for St. Paul's Lutheran Church and School will turn into the 2021 Gala instead. But people have an opportunity to help get items for the silent auction.
It started out like any other year for a new superintendent — getting to know the school, learning how to work with the Board of Education and setting goals for the year.
Based on the latest Directed Health Measures announced by Gov. Pete Ricketts, Arlington High School will have not have a prom on July 17. However, the school will be able to host graduation July 19 in the competition gym.
The bands are back on for Arlington Summer Sizzle on July 3. The committee received the go ahead from Three Rivers Health Department for the concert.
Construction has begun on Ellsworth Streets. Construction of Ellsworth from Ninth and Eighth is expected to happen from June to August. The intersection at Eighth and Ellsworth is expected to be open for northbound and southbound traffic by the end of summer.
Water and sewer rates remain a topic for the Arlington Village Board of Trustees. The board is proposing a rate increase of $3 for water and $3 for sewer. An ordinance will needed to be drafted and approved three straight months.
The Arlington Village Board of Trustees will consider a request from Amanda Le Roux to allow chickens in the village limits at their June 15 meeting.
Though things look different for many summer activities, it hasn't stopped the Arlington Public Library from having a summer reading program — online.
The Arlington Public Schools Board of Education continued its discussion of the northeast addition to the school during its regular meeting Monday.
While students had to complete the rest of their school year remotely, summer school at Arlington Public Schools will bring the students inside beginning Monday.
The coronavirus continues to change the way the world operates. Camps, including Camp Fontanelle, are being changed to protect campers and staff alike.
Clifton Johnson, owner of Arlington Estates, was granted a conditional use permit Monday during the Village Board of Trustees meeting for an outdoor storage facility. The property at 405 W. Elm Street is the site of the mobile home park that was destroyed in the 2019 flood.
Three local organizations received funding from donations to Fremont Area Big Give — Roots to Wings, Arlington Community Foundation and the Arlington Education Foundation.