Week in Review: State Rep in Turmoil After Alleged Incident in Arlington
A look back at Arlington Patch's top stories from July 9-15.
State Rep. Carlos Henriquez Accused of Assaulting Woman in Arlington: Prosecutors believe the alleged assault began in Arlington shortly after 2 a.m. Sunday. Henriquez, D-Dorchester, has called the allegations "completely untrue."
State Rep. Carlos Henriquez' Accuser Speaks Out: Katherine Gonzalves told reporters Wednesday that she has been telling the truth and will continue to do so.
PHOTOS/VIDEO: Garbage Truck Rolls Over on Pleasant Street: A garbage truck rolled onto its side Monday afternoon while turning right onto Pleasant Street from Lake Street near the Arlington-Belmont town line.
Man Allegedly Pulls Gun After Argument on MBTA's 77 Bus: The incident occurred at Windsor Street on Massachusetts Avenue, according to the alleged victim.
Arlington Man Arrested for Armed Robbery, Witness Intimidation in Medford: Five men, including one from Arlington, were arrested after a brief manhunt Friday night, police said.
Arlington Hires New METCO Director: Margaret Credle Thomas, who has experience in Wayland, Lexington and Brookline’s METCO programs, recently accepted the position. She’ll replace Stephen Pereira, who is retiring after 32 years in the position.
49 Arlingtonians to Ride in Pan-Mass Challenge: Arlington has 49 riders in the nation’s pioneer charity bike-a-thon that raises more money than any other athletic fundraising event in the country.
PHOTO: Arlington Youth Athletes Learn from a Pro: New England Revolution star midfielder Shalrie Joseph was in town this week teaching Arlington’s young soccer players the basics of the game.
PHOTO: Medford Resident Donates $1,000 to Arlington Boys & Girls Club: Anthony Leccese donated the money through the Arbella Insurance Foundation Employee Giving Program.
Candidates Forum for Arlington's Newly Redrawn District: Come meet Democratic candidates Margaret Hegarty, Bobby Reardon and Dave Rogers.
Rogers Picks Up Boston Teachers Union Backing: First big endorsement of campaign for 24th Middlesex goes to Cambridge attorney.