Week in Review: Karate Coach Accused of Molesting Student Back in Court and School Committee Race Heats Up

Local experts report a positive for Arlington's real estate market and police respond to an attempted break-in at a local barbershop.

An Arlington  a 7-year-old girl at his studio .

A parent of two  students for the , becoming the fourth candidate to show his intent to run for the committee's two open seats in this year's elections.

And two local experts are reporting a  real estate market.

Here are more of this week's essential news from Arlington Patch's coverage:


On Wednesday,  of an attempted break-in at , 996 Massachusetts Ave. Police noted a square-foot section of plastic window vent had been removed at the rear of the building. The victim said nothing appeared to have been stolen.

And on Friday, a Pleasant Street resident told police someone had entered her condo building’s storage unit and stolen about 400 CDs—.

Follow more police news on our weekday feature .


Four Arlington teens will be when the group presents Verdi’s most acclaimed, humorous and brilliant operas later this month.

The young Arlingtonians in the group are violists Emma Busiek, 17, and Olivia Vik-Sheehy, alongside violinists Greta Myatieva, 14, and Yoko Nakatini, 15.


 will be . Dozens of readers have voted on whether they would welcome a new location in Arlington. Would you? . 


Have you heard about Will Sherman? This 17-year-old Eagle scout has been working hard to create an online spot to connect volunteers with local nonprofits seeking help. .


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To follow our 24/7 coverage of Arlington politics, crime, schools and its people, check us out on Twitter and Facebook. For questions, comments or concerns, contact editor Pedro Oliveira Jr. at pedro.oliveira@patch.com or 781-462-7305. 


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