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Arlington Public News: February 08, 2019

Arlington Public News: February 08, 2019

In a marathon meeting, Arlington’s building committee votes to send to the state its latest lowest estimate to rebuild Arlington’s high school. What aspects of the school are slated to say and which will go? Brenda Mahoney has a full report. You now have a...
Arlington Public News: March 29, 2018

Arlington Public News: March 29, 2018

In this edition of APN meet the candidates running in April’s selectman’s race, and tour the in and outs of Arlington high school. AHS students join voices from across the country in saying no more, and see how artists are using empty storefronts as their...
Talk of the Town | ODMAP & Rebecca Wolfe

Talk of the Town | ODMAP & Rebecca Wolfe

This video was created in coordination with Arlington Community Media, Inc. in Arlington, MA. ACMi is dedicated to providing an electronic forum for the free exchange of information and ideas which reflect the talents, skills, interests, concerns, and diversity of the...
Talk of the Town | Jim Feeney on EV Charging Stations

Talk of the Town | Jim Feeney on EV Charging Stations

Did you know that there is a new EV charging station at the Russell Common Lot, providing Level 2 EV charging in Arlington Center? The cost is Parking is $0.50 per hour with no time limit. Assistant Town Manager Jim Feeney explains how the charging station works, and...
Arlington News: The New Faces of Arlington

Arlington News: The New Faces of Arlington

The fall is often a time of new beginnings. Tonight APN introduces you to three new faces making a difference in Arlington. As the school year starts Roderick MacNeal, the new Assistant Superintendent plans to become a familiar face to students, parents and faculty....
Snap Shot: School Construction Update & Dasty Memorial

Snap Shot: School Construction Update & Dasty Memorial

In this weeks Snap Shot, filmed at the Jefferson Cutter House, we fill you in on the latest updates on the construction at the Stratton and Hardy schools. Plus, we remember Dasty, the much loved K-9 unit on the Arlington Police...
Snap Shot: Remembering Ken Donnelly & Town Election Results

Snap Shot: Remembering Ken Donnelly & Town Election Results

Arlington’s 66-year-old senator, Ken Donnelly, died after an 8 month battle with brain cancer on Sunday, April 2nd. The senator served Arlington and surrounding towns in the Senate for 8 years and was a Lexington firefighter for over 30 years before that. he was...