Nearly half the states in the country have a town, village, city, or census-designated place called Arlington—ranked here by population. How does ours stack up?
Home of Chris Soules of“The Bachelor,” dubbed “the least geographically desirable bachelor ever” by Slate.
Arlington, South Dakota
Birthplace of Nobel Prize-winning economist Theodore Schultz.
Arlington, New York
Called Haysville until 1883, when it was renamed after Arlington National Cemetery.
Paul Revere passed through on his midnight ride to warn that the British were coming.
The only one bigger than Virginia’s, it’s home to the Texas Rangers.
This article appears in our January 2016 issue of Washingtonian.