Brenda Mahoney, Assistant News Director

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Remote Learning Update: Testing Out Live Lessons

Remote Learning Update: Testing Out Live Lessons

Arlington Public Schools are set to move into a new phase of remote learning by piloting live lessons. Why school committee members and administrators agree they need to test this method of remote learning out. Plus, two principals are on the move and goal setting...
How Arlington Will Mark Memorial Day

How Arlington Will Mark Memorial Day

There won’t be in-person Memorial Day services this year, but you can still join a remote ceremony being put on by the town and carried live by ACMi. What comparisons can we draw between wars past and this time of pandemic? Watch this video to hear what...
House Hunting During a Pandemic? What You Need to Know

House Hunting During a Pandemic? What You Need to Know

Despite the pandemic and no open houses, the market remains strong according to a long-time Arlington realtor. Steve McKenna of Bowes Real Estate says there isn’t much on the market right now and if you are hoping for a bargain, Arlington is not the place....
School Starts Online

School Starts Online

School is back in session online, but will students show up? The state has closed all schools for the remainder of the academic year as a result of the new coronavirus and has given the go ahead for schools to teach new material. What does this mean for families and...
Portraits of a Pandemic

Portraits of a Pandemic

See pictures taken from the community during the first few weeks of coronavirus by an Arlington photographer. Why she believes everyone keeps...
School Closure Update | April 17th

School Closure Update | April 17th

As school closures continue and students get ramped up with Google Classroom for enrichment activities, how best to serve students and parents is still up for debate. Arlington school superintendent Kathleen Bodie says regardless of whether they move forward in the...
Family Makes Masks

Family Makes Masks

How one Arlington family that hadn’t even sewn in years quickly worked together to make over 500...