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#ArlingtonMA Newscast: No swimming allowed at a local pond due to a toxic algae bloom. Bus riders will soon have a new way to get to the orange line. And ACMi's summertime Studio B Sessions are winding down. But the band will play on! That and more ! https://t.co/asnP51fMgw

Latest #ArlingtonMA newscast: Mill Street work underway, what you need to know. @arlingtonmagov explains #restorative justice for a police lieutenant's writings. Meanwhile @ArlingtonMAPD promotes getting to know your street officers. That and more: https://t.co/pl6eXy6x4r

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ACMi News: August 23, 2019

ACMi News: August 23, 2019

No swimming at Hill’s Pond until further notice. A potentially toxic algae bloom is detected at the pond which can wreak havoc on your health and the health of your pets. We’ll tell you just how dangerous the side effects can be. And no playing here until...
ACMi News: August 16, 2019

ACMi News: August 16, 2019

Lt. Richard Pedrini has been back on the police force since April. Still, there are some residents who feel justice was not served in wake of his questionable rants. They want answers and this week, the town manager clearly lays out his reasons for the disciplinary...
ACMi News: August 09, 2019

ACMi News: August 09, 2019

Authorities release new video of the person they’ve been looking for since May. This, after three arsons at area Jewish centers. If you think you can help police find this male suspect, they want to hear from you. The latest on the case and reaction from one of...
ACMi News: August 02, 2019

ACMi News: August 02, 2019

Some Arlington neighbors gather to find out more about the eastern coyote. Can humans and these canines peacefully co-exist? Dispelling the many myths about some of our most mysterious neighbors. Many libraries have reading bees and spelling bees, but what about just...
ACMi News: July 26, 2019

ACMi News: July 26, 2019

Arlington residents brave a torrential thunderstorm to let their voices be heard over a proposed 50 room boutique hotel and restaurant on Mass Ave. At issue: parking, traffic and safety. And what to do about the increasing coyote population in town? There’s a...
ACMi News: July 19, 2019

ACMi News: July 19, 2019

Another bank robbery, this time on Medford Street. Arlington police are asking for your help in tracking down the armed suspect. There’s a new man at the top of the ladder heading up the town’s fire department. He’s no stranger to Arlington. ACMi...
ACMi News: July 12, 2019

ACMi News: July 12, 2019

The Minuteman Commuter Bikeway can now get up to the second information on who’s using it. We’ll tell you why the town of Arlington wants an accurate headcount. Get ready for some changes in traffic along Mill Street as crews do some preventative...
ACMi News: July 05, 2019

ACMi News: July 05, 2019

Coming up on this special summer holiday edition of ACMi news: We salute the patriots of Arlington, past and present. First, we know how the minutemen made out in April 1775 but what were the Brits thinking? We get reaction from the redcoats as Arlington’s...
ACMi News: June 28, 2019

ACMi News: June 28, 2019

An Arlington lawmaker agrees to forfeit $10,000 in loans to his campaign after the state says he broke several campaign finance laws. We’ll have the latest on Sean Garballey. Spy Pond Park is closed as work crews spruce up the area, while preventing erosion and...
ACMi News: June 21, 2019

ACMi News: June 21, 2019

A brave 19-year-old American in uniform leaves to fight for his country. And never returns. Nearly 70 years later, he’s coming home to loved ones in Arlington. And we talk to the man who buried his friend so long ago. Several residents have their say about a...