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Week in Review: Rescue at Spy Pond, Request for New Tavern

A look back at Arlington Patch's top stories from Sept. 17-23.

Reports: Two Men Rescued from Spy Pond After Boat Capsizes: The incident occurred late Friday night.

Gemma Site Could Become ‘Cooper’s Tavern:’ The requested change follows on the heels of a new historically named tavern set for East Arlington.

Germaine Lawrence Merges with National Nonprofit: In addition to the merger, the residential treatment campus in Arlington will also have a new executive director for the first time in its 33-year history.

Superintendent: Arlington 'Does Not Sanction the Use of Seclusion:’ Instead, the district utilizes 'Therapeutic Crisis Intervention,' according to Superintendent Kathleen Bodie.

Where to Go Apple Picking Near Arlington

State Rep. Candidates' Question: What Do You Do On Your First Day?: The first in a series of weekly questions to the state representative candidates in the 24th Middlesex District race.

Photo of the Day: A Hero Remembered

What Should Go In at the Old Nana's Mart Space in Arlington Center?: In our "Visions for Vacancies" series, we ask you what you'd like to see in vacant buildings or lots around Arlington.

Police and Fire

  • Police Respond to Middle School Fight at Ottoson
  • Career Burglar Charged in Connection with Arlington Housebreaks
  • Arrests in Arlington: Sept. 11-17

Obituaries

  • Nurit Landau Weiss
  • Helen M. (Frank) Anastas

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