Sunday, February 17, 2013
A look back at Arlington Patch's top stories from Feb. 11-17.
Bottled-Water Ban Next for Arlington?: Last spring, Town Meeting members put a seasonal ban on gas-powered leaf blowers in Arlington. This spring, they’ll get a chance to ban the sale of bottled water in town. Three Arlington High seniors, Amy Currul, Sonia Zacher and Marina Milan, collected enough signatures to place the proposed ban on this spring’s Special Town Meeting warrant. Selectmen Pursuing Non-Binding Ballot Question on Overnight Parking: The Board of Selectmen unanimously decided Monday night to pursue putting a non-binding ballot question on overnight parking to voters in April. The wording of the question still needs to be developed by Town Counsel Juliana Rice and then approved by the board, but basically, the board wants to…
Sunday, February 10, 2013
A look back at Arlington Patch's top stories from Feb. 4-10.
Arlington Patch's continuing coverage of this weekend's blizzard Arlington Boys & Girls Club Concludes Investigation Into Sexual-Abuse Allegations But Questions Remain: The Arlington Police Department and Middlesex District Attorney's Office are now investigating the allegations. Four Arlington High School Principal Finalists Named What Are the New Signals on Mill Street All About? Does Arlington Have a Littering Problem?: One resident recently told the Board of Selectmen that it does. What do you think? Let us know by posting a comment Does Arlington Need a Hugo?: Even four broken clocks are right eight times a day. Paul M. Scannell, Artist, Dies at 41 10 Great Restaurants in Arlington for Valentine's Day Police and Fire Arlington Police …
Sunday, February 3, 2013
Also, a masseuse in Arlington was charged with 'sexual conduct for a fee,' the Selectmen took a moment of silence for Judy Pearson and the Ed Burns Arena received a generous donation from the Belmont Hill School.
Arlington Man, Two Others Allegedly Raped Curry College Student: The incident allegedly took place after a dance at the Milton campus on Sunday, Jan. 20. Masseuse in Arlington Charged with ‘Sexual Conduct for a Fee’: A masseuse at Blue Sky Spa in Arlington Center was recently arrested and charged with “sexual conduct for a fee,” according to Arlington Police Capt. Richard Flynn. Selectmen Take Moment of Silence for Judy Pearson, Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Advocate Belmont Hill Donates $85,000 Floor to Ed Burns Arena Arlington Public Schools Announces Special Education Director Finalists New Mass. Ave. Corridor Project Public Hearing Set for Feb. 26 Neighborhood Group Takes Aim at Dangerous Intersection VIDEO: A Challenge Made: Arlington's…
Sunday, January 27, 2013
Also, a Middlesex League AD suspended for a doctored email. A look back at Arlington Patch's top stories from Jan. 21-27.
New Business Now Open in Arlington Center: A new business is now up and running in the old Jeans Dirt Cheap space in Arlington Center. Frames…with a history opened at 21 Mystic St., one of the storefronts along the path to the right of the Cyrus E. Dallin Art Museum, last Thursday, Jan. 17, according to its owner Bill Phaneuf. Stop & Shop Acquires Neighboring Johnnie's Foodmaster Lease, But Plans Unknown: Is Stop & Shop planning to open a store across the street from East Arlington, or does it have other plans for the former West Somerville Johnnie's? New Deli 'Opening Soon' in East Arlington Something Sweet Without Wheat to Open Tuesday New Storefront in Arlington Heights Lexington AD Suspended for Doctored Email on New Middlesex League …
Sunday, January 20, 2013
A look back at Arlington Patch's top stories from Jan. 14-20.
Updated Open Dates for Three New Arlington Businesses See Arlington's Active Firearms Licenses Epping Street Man Charged with Attempted Murder: The alleged incident took place Friday, Jan. 11. When's the Last Time You Saw (or Heard) a Coyote in Arlington? VIDEO: Winchester High Hockey Player Serves Arlington ‘Fettuccine Alfredo’ on Ice: Winchester forward Nolan Redler’s post-game interview with ESPNBoston.com after his team’s 3-0 win over Arlington Saturday has gone viral. Police Log: Jan 11-13 Arrests in Arlington: Jan. 8-15
Sunday, January 13, 2013
A look back at Arlington Patch's top stories from Jan. 7-13.
Alleged Bank Robbers Arraigned: An Arlington woman is being held on $100,000 bail. Flu Cases Up 15-Fold in Arlington This Season: It's not too late to get vaccinated. Wings Over Arlington Now Open and Hiring Selectmen Approve New ‘Froyo’ Shop’s License: Self-serve frozen yogurt in Arlington took one step closer to becoming a reality Monday. Leaf-Blower Committee to Unveil Bylaw Compromise Monday: The compromise was voted on almost unanimously by the committee, according to a representative from the Arlington Landscape Association. Rogers Takes Office with Mother by His Side: After a year gap, the 24th Middlesex District now has a representative back in the House. Arlington High Sophomore Wins National App Contest: Joseph Romano has …
Sunday, December 23, 2012
A look back at Arlington Patch's top stories from Dec. 17-23.
PHOTOS/VIDEO: A Look Inside the New Alta Brigham Square Apartments Annie LaCourt, Husband Arraigned: The former Arlington selectman and her husband’s next court date is Wednesday, Jan. 30, for a pre-trial hearing. Arlington Police and Other Local Departments Delivering Letters to Boy With Cancer Microburst Photo Gallery Tops Arlington's Most Viewed of 2012: Arlington's most viewed articles of 2012: Nos.10-1. Photos Share Your Sandy Hook Tree Lighting Photos Photo of the Day: The New Barismo PHOTOS: Holiday Treats at Angelina's Pastry PHOTOS/VIDEO: 5 Gift Ideas at DrumConnection PHOTOS: Coyote Impressions Celebrates Hanukkah Police and Fire Best Friends Argue Over ‘Something Stupid,’ Decide to Settle It ‘Like Men’ Tiger Print Throw Blanket …
Sunday, December 16, 2012
Also, the school district is trying to fire Athletic Director Ted Dever and a former special education administrator is in trouble with the law. A look back at Arlington Patch's top stories from Dec. 10-16.
Arlington High Teams Forced to Forfeit Wins from Last Year: The school district recently discovered that several student athletes who competed for the high school last year were academically ineligible under MIAA rules. Report: School District Trying to Fire Athletic Director Ted Dever: Arlington Superintendent Kathleen Bodie has told Dever it’s due to his past job performance, but Dever’s attorney isn’t buying it, according to the Boston.com report. Arlington Woman, Co-Worker Win $50 Million Powerball Jackpot: Dec. 12, 2012 was more than a once-in-a-lifetime date, it was indeed a lucky day for Costco co-workers Rosa DeLeon, 52, of Arlington and 54-year-old Reginald LeBlanc of Lexington who reportedly are set to split a $50 million …
Sunday, December 9, 2012
A look back at Arlington Patch's top stories from Dec. 3-9.
17 New Affordable Apartments Available at Old Brigham’s Site PHOTOS: Holiday Decorations in Arlington PHOTOS: Arlington Center Businesses Get in the Holiday Spirit Gift Ideas at Arlington’s Local Businesses New this week … Isis Parenting Terra Nostra Jewelry Police and Fire Annie LaCourt Arraignment Postponed Arlington Teen Temporarily Banned from Boston for Alleged Graffiti Arlington Man Reportedly Loses $53,000 in Internet Scam Pedestrian Struck at Cleveland Street and Broadway Fire at Community Safety Building Arrests in Arlington: Nov. 28-Dec. 4 Photos of the Day A Staple of Christmas in Arlington Santa's Mailbox Greeley Returns
Sunday, December 2, 2012
A look back at Arlington Patch's top stories from Nov. 26 to Dec. 2.
Gift Ideas at Arlington’s Local Businesses 36 Apartments Now Available for Rent at Old Brigham's Site: The units range from roughly $1,700 to $3,355 per month. Mass. Outside Top 10 for Graduation Rate, Arlington Above State Average: Massachusetts had an adjusted graduation rate of 83 percent for the 2010-2011 school year, while Arlington High School's adjusted graduation rate that year was 97 percent. Some 60 People Attend ‘Conversation’ on Public Transportation's Future Police and Fire Bicyclist Runs Stop Sign, Runs Into Car Man in Pickup Reportedly Runs Over Pedestrian’s Foot, Keeps Going VIDEO: Man Crashes SUV Into Medford Side of Lower Mystic Lake Arrests in Arlington: Nov. 21-27 Photos of the Day Sign of the Times Community Building …