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Arlington is a city in the state of Texas located in Tarrant County. Arlington is the second-largest city in the county after Fort Worth in the county. The city is well populated and currently is the 49th most populous city in the United States, the seventh most populous city in the state of Texas.
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N. Carroll Avenue Paving Project Forges Ahead

Road reconstruction on N. Carroll Avenue is nearing completion. Strip-A-Zone is set to wrap up striping the roadway by the end of the week, weather permitting. Tarrant County crews have completed road edging and Sims Grass will apply grass seed to the landscape in the coming week. The N. Carroll...
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Election updates: Ellzey leads Wright for Texas congressional seat

Jake Ellzey had an early lead over Susan Wright as the two Republicans bid to fill the North Texas congressional seat of late U.S. Rep. Ron Wright. Susan Wright, Ron Wright’s widow, and Ellzey, a state representative, received the most votes in a May 1 special election that drew 23 candidates. With unofficial early voting totals in for Tarrant County and Ellis County in on Tuesday, Ellzey had 53.4% of the votes to Wright’s 46.6%. The Texas Secretary of State’s office was not yet reporting early voting totals for Navarro County as of 7:10 p.m.
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State Rep. Jake Ellzey on Becoming Congressman-Elect Ellzey

State Representative Jake Ellzey is about to become Congressman Ellzey. He will represent voters in Ellis, Navarro, and part of Tarrant County. “It was an exciting night one that I don't think many people anticipated, but I think it's a validation of a positive strong message,” said Ellzey. This was...
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Tarrant County reaches 270,000 total COVID-19 cases with 534 added Monday

Tarrant County reported 534 new COVID-19 cases on Monday. It’s the fifth time in the past 11 days more than 500 new cases have been reported. Four pandemic-related deaths were reported on Saturday, including a Euless man in his 50s, a Fort Worth woman in her 60s, and two Fort Worth men in their 80s. All four had underlying health conditions, according to officials.