Week in Review: Schools Get $1.1 Million Grant

A look back at Arlington Patch's top stories from Oct. 1-7.

Arlington Public Schools Awarded $1.1 Million Federal Grant: Arlington was one of 60 districts nationwide to receive the grant.

Arlington Emergency Personnel Revive Man After Town Day Run: The emergency workers are being credited with saving the man's life.

Police Officer Draws Gun While Making Arrests After Short Pursuit: The officer had his gun trained on two men in a parking lot Friday afternoon until another officer arrived and handcuffed them.

Two Females Throw Down Outside Ed Burns Arena

Arrests in Arlington: Sept. 25-Oct. 1

The Arlington Community Card, which has deals that can be used over and over again, benefits the Thompson School PTO.

The Special Town Meeting commences at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 10, in Town Hall.

State Rep. Candidates' Question: Solving the Most Heard Local Concerns: Part of a series of weekly questions to the candidates for the 24th Middlesex District race.

PHOTOS: Arlington High Cross Country Teams Fall at Belmont: Senior Claire Doyle led all Spy Ponders with a second-place finish.

But an Agricultural Committee could be in the immediate future.

Attention Cyclists: Lexington's Looking for Input On the Minuteman Bikeway: Take a questionnaire and have your voice heard as part of a grant-supported review of the Minuteman Bikeway.

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