Week in Review: Updates on Five New Local Businesses
Also, a Middlesex League AD suspended for a doctored email. A look back at Arlington Patch's top stories from Jan. 21-27.
New Business Now Open in Arlington Center: A new business is now up and running in the old Jeans Dirt Cheap space in Arlington Center. Frames…with a history opened at 21 Mystic St., one of the storefronts along the path to the right of the Cyrus E. Dallin Art Museum, last Thursday, Jan. 17, according to its owner Bill Phaneuf.
Stop & Shop Acquires Neighboring Johnnie's Foodmaster Lease, But Plans Unknown: Is Stop & Shop planning to open a store across the street from East Arlington, or does it have other plans for the former West Somerville Johnnie's?
Lexington AD Suspended for Doctored Email on New Middlesex League Basketball Schedules: A Lexington parent caught most of the blame, but it was a now-suspended AD’s doctored email that spurred the Middlesex League’s Title IX-driven decision to discontinue its doubleheader scheduling format for boys and girls basketball.
TRAILERS: 40 DVDs You Wouldn't Expect to Find at the Robbins Library: Miss your local video store? Check out the Friends of the Robbins Library collection.
HOMES SOLD: A Ranch on Morningside Drive Sells for $700K: A sampling of homes recently sold in Arlington.
Arlington Home of the Week: 46 Broadway, No. 1: This newly build condominium offers the floor plan and dimensions of a single-family home.
Deadline to Apply for Alta Brigham Square's Affordable Housing Lottery Jan. 30: Applications are due by 2 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 30.
Please Don't Help My Kids: A Patch blogger's post about not helping her children on the slide is being debated across the country.