ARLnow welcomes new assistant editor

ARLnow welcomes new assistant editor

James Jarvis (employees picture by Jay Westcott)

ARLnow has added to its full-time information employees.

James Jarvis, beforehand of InsideNoVa and FauquierNow, has joined as assistant editor, changing into the tenth full-time worker of Ballston-based Native Information Now, the writer of ARLnow.

Jarvis joins fellow assistant editor Jo DeVoe, employees photographer Jay Westcott, freelance reporter Matt Blitz and editor-in-chief Scott Brodbeck on ARLnow’s editorial workforce. The rent was made potential partially by the continuing help of ARLnow Press Membership members.

Born and raised in Northern Virginia, James accomplished his undergraduate diploma at Franklin & Marshall Faculty in 2018 earlier than getting a grasp’s diploma in journalism from Georgetown College in 2020.

He began his journalistic journey as a Fairfax County reporter for InsideNoVa in 2021 and took over protection of Fauquier County for the web site in January 2022 after InsideNoVa acquired it. His earlier profession consists of internships at The Hill newspaper and freelance work for each the Washington Metropolis Paper and Nation ZEST & Fashion Journal.

Throughout his time at InsideNoVa and FauquierNow, James reported on a variety of subjects from native authorities and training to complete investigative items.

Now a part of the ARLnow workforce, James is smitten by opening a brand new chapter in his profession, striving to cowl all aspects of Arlington, and guaranteeing that native residents acquire a extra insightful understanding of their area people. He may also be contributing images to tales and helping with the relaunch of ARLnow’s podcast.

Author: ZeroToHero

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