Week in Review: Arlington Johnnie's to Become a Whole Foods, LaCourt Charged

A look back at Arlington Patch's top stories from Oct. 22-28.

Arlington's Johnnie's Foodmaster to Become a Whole Foods: Reports that Whole Foods was interested in the site, along with five others in the Boston area, were true, according to an announcement from Johnnie's Foodmaster.

Police announced the charges Monday afternoon.

32 Newly Renovated Affordable Housing Units Up for Grabs Near Capitol Square: The Housing Corporation of Arlington’s “most exciting endeavor yet” recently became a reality. Applications for the units (attached below) are due Nov. 1., with the lottery Nov. 7 and move-in set for this winter.

Brace Your Dog for Halloween: Have a safe holiday whether your dog joins in on the fun or sits this one out.


Police and Fire

Political Sign Burned on Charles Street

Older Man Allegedly Exposes Himself to Couple Near Arlington Reservoir

Vehicle Driven Into Junior’s Variety in Smash-and-Grab Burglary

Arrests in Arlington: Oct. 17-23


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