Week in Review: Athletic Director Placed on Leave, New Restaurant OK'd and Whole Foods Eyeing Arlington
A look back at Arlington Patch's top stories from Aug. 27 - Sept. 2.
Arlington High School Athletic Director Subject of Ongoing Criminal Investigation: Edward "Ted" Dever has been placed on paid administrative leave, according to Superintendent Kathleen Bodie.
More Than $1 Million Going into New East Arlington Restaurant: Menotomy Grill and Tavern is slated for the old Hollywood Video space on Massachusetts Avenue.
Whole Foods Interested in Arlington Johnnie's Foodmaster: Whole Foods is in talks to acquire six of the 10 Johnnie's Foodmaster sites, including the one in Arlington, Boston.com reports.
Petition Submitted for Special Town Meeting on Seasonal Leaf-Blower Ban: The day after the Board of Selectmen unanimously agreed to establish a committee to review the ban, a Town Meeting member took matters into his own hands.
Level 3 Sex Offender Allegedly Tried to Strangle Sleeping Woman in Arlington: Michael T. Innis, of Milton Street, was charged with attempted murder and aggravated assault after Friday's alleged incident.
Level 3 Sex Offender Arrested in Arlington on Attempted Murder, Assault Charges
The Savory Plate Adding Outdoor Seating: The Arlington Heights "gourmet-food place" received the go-ahead Monday from the Board of Selectmen.
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