Alexandria Acacia

About the Intern:

2021

Productions by this Member

ACMi News: October 22, 2021

ACMi News: October 22, 2021

Arlington formally welcomes it’s new school superintendent at Robbins Memorial Park this week. Dr. Elizabeth Homan tells ACMi news how she intends to forge ahead in this pivotal point in the town’s educational history. Stop & Shop’s pharmacy is...
Coffee with a Cop 2021

Coffee with a Cop 2021

Whatever you call it: java, cup ‘a joe, perk, or mud, coffee is coffee! Experts say Americans consume more than 400 million cups of coffee a day! Arlington helped with that staggering number this week as members of its police force mingled with residents. ACMi...
Pop Arlington Holiday Market is Recruiting Vendors

Pop Arlington Holiday Market is Recruiting Vendors

Fall is here which means we’re one step closer to the holidays. Shopping, that is! Arlington has begun the search for small business owners to headline their annual holiday market ahead of the season. The Pop Arlington Holiday Market will run from November 26th...
ACMi News: September 24, 2021

ACMi News: September 24, 2021

Road crews are busy this week giving new life to seven Arlington roads. We’ll tell you where they’re working and how long this paving project will take. Jesus Christ Superstar finally comes to Arlington after 18 months of waiting due to the COVID crisis....
Thrive Juice Cafe Fire

Thrive Juice Cafe Fire

Arlington residents are rallying together to support a local business following a tragic fire. Although there were no injuries, there was major damage to the building last month. This month, area residents are doing all they can to get the business...
Breadboard Bakery

Breadboard Bakery

The Jewish high holidays are upon us and people are on the hunt for challah. A local Arlington bakery is gearing up to break bread with the community. ACMi’s Alexandria Acacia followed the sweet smells over to Breadboard Bakery to see what’s...
ACMi News: September 10, 2021

ACMi News: September 10, 2021

The hunt is on for a coyote who attacked two young girls in Arlington, September the 5th. We’ll tell you how the victims are doing and what’s being done to catch the predator. With the cold weather still weeks away, the mosquitoes are still out in force....
Full In-Person Learning

Full In-Person Learning

Arlington students K-12 start school on Thursday, September 9th. The Arlington School Committee released a return-to-school plan detailing their approach to student safety as the coronavirus stubbornly persists. ACMi News correspondent Alexandria Acacia spoke to local...
Chef Cyrille Profile

Chef Cyrille Profile

In keeping with other stories we’ve done that highlight entrepreneurs who are creatively adapting to the challenges of the pandemic, we recently visited Chef Cyrille Couet at the Arlington Farmers’ Market. That’s not a place we would have expected to...
ACMi News: August 27, 2021

ACMi News: August 27, 2021

Two prominent local institutions look at the future and decide to face it as one. Think that the work of town committees doesn’t affect you much? Guess again, as we share the fruits of two different committees’ efforts. And a chef with an international...