Week in Review: Brigham's Gives a Scare
A look back at Arlington Patch's top stories from April 30 to May 6.
Brigham's Is Back in Arlington Heights: State releases seizure Friday after "payment agreement" reached.
5 Things to Know About Brigham's Seizure: A quick-hit guide to the restaurant's situation.
Brigham's Seized by State: The Arlington Heights restaurant has been seized for "nonpayment of taxes."
School Committee Picks Schlichtman: Former School Committee member Paul Schlichtman will fill former committee member Joseph Curro's seat until the Town Elections next April.
Town Officials to Look Into Parking: A recap of Town Meeting's fourth session on Wednesday.
Town Meeting Defeats 'Accessory Apartments' Article: A recap of Town Meeting's third session on Monday.
Local Bank Bought, But Branches Will Stay Open: Central Bank has been purchased by Rockland Trust.
Arlington High Girls' Lacrosse Team in This Week's Sports Illustrated: The Spy Ponders appear in this week's 'Title IX' issue on page 62.
Three Ducklings Saved from Arlington Sewer: Resident Alfonso Velasquez tipped off the proper authorities, who were able to rescue the ducklings.
Arlington Soldier Leading the Way on Patrols in Afghanistan: Army Spc. Francis Cremone drives a Husky in front of route clearance patrols in southern Afghanistan to search for IEDs.
VIDEO: Flash Mob at Peirce: The 'Cupid Shuffle' took over Peirce's playground Friday morning.
Roadwork on Mass Ave in Arlington Heights Begins Today: The work by National Grid is expected to go through July.
And the Best Place to Go for Mother's Day Brunch Is ... : Our Best of Patch Readers' Choice winner.
Ice Cream Heartache: Dear Brigham’s, please don’t go.
Kids Museum Frenzy: Lainey tackles agoraphobia.
Don’t Fence Me In—or At Least Do So Mindfully: Pet containment options all have risks and benefits. What will work best for your pet?
Its Best to Sow Before You Mow: Getting your lawn ready for summer.