James Milan

About the Staff Member:

After more than twenty years as a high school teacher, James is relishing the opportunity to pursue various long-time interests, including television production. Being part of the Arlington Public News team has been a particular highlight, and has included work both behind and in front of the camera, in the studio and out in the field. He looks forward to continually expanding the range of contributions he can make to the news team.

Productions by this Member

ACMi News: September 11, 2020

ACMi News: September 11, 2020

A tale of two rallies. Residents brave the rain to show their support for Arlington police and for police reform. Arlington diners take to the streets. Literally. What’s with all the shoes? Stay tuned for the answer. That and more on ACMi...
Arlington Libraries Carry On

Arlington Libraries Carry On

Few institutions are as dear to our communities hearts as our libraries. It’s been a particularly painful effect of the pandemic that their doors have been closed for almost six months now. Take heart, however. We recently spoke to assistant library director...
ACMi News: September 04, 2020

ACMi News: September 04, 2020

A big step towards opening the doors on just the second hotel in Arlington. Catering in a pandemic. And they may be closed but the towns beloved libraries continue to server their patrons. In some ways, maybe even better than before. That and more on ACMi...
ACMi News: August 28, 2020

ACMi News: August 28, 2020

Primary election day 2020 is upon us. What you need to know about your voting options. Public bikes are back in Arlington, sporting a color change and the ability to connect to Cambridge and Boston. How a combination of innovation, flexibility, and a little bit of...
ACMi News: August 21, 2020

ACMi News: August 21, 2020

A troubling increase in town of vandalism to signage supporting the Black Lives Matter movement. An encouraging glimpse into the commitment Arlington youth is bringing to the work of making positive change in our community. Plus the town managers thoughts on our...