Week in Review: Brigham's Gives a Scare

A look back at Arlington Patch's top stories from April 30 to May 6.

 State releases seizure Friday after "payment agreement" reached.

 A quick-hit guide to the restaurant's situation.

 The Arlington Heights restaurant has been seized for "nonpayment of taxes."


 Former School Committee member Paul Schlichtman will fill former committee member Joseph Curro's seat until the Town Elections next April.

 A recap of Town Meeting's fourth session on Wednesday.

 A recap of Town Meeting's third session on Monday.

 Central Bank has been purchased by Rockland Trust.

 The Spy Ponders appear in this week's 'Title IX' issue on page 62.

 Resident Alfonso Velasquez tipped off the proper authorities, who were able to rescue the ducklings.

 Army Spc. Francis Cremone drives a Husky in front of route clearance patrols in southern Afghanistan to search for IEDs.

 The 'Cupid Shuffle' took over Peirce's playground Friday morning.

 The work by National Grid is expected to go through July.

 Our Best of Patch Readers' Choice winner.



 Dear Brigham’s, please don’t go.

 Lainey tackles agoraphobia.

 Pet containment options all have risks and benefits. What will work best for your pet?

 Getting your lawn ready for summer.


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