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: March 06, 2020

ACMi News: March 06, 2020

The Centers for Disease Control says it’s lifting restrictions on testing and beginning to fast-track people who fear they have the coronavirus. What is Arlington doing to prepare it’s residents from this outbreak? Brenda Mahoney has a report on this...
ACMi News: February 28, 2020

ACMi News: February 28, 2020

Will Arlington residents soon be belly-up up to a new bar in the Heights? The potential operator of a tavern which may occupy the old Balich building just cleared a hurdle this week with the Zoning Board of Appeals. If all goes smoothly we may soon be buying a drink...
ACMi News: January 31, 2020

ACMi News: January 31, 2020

It’s 2020 which means the U.S. Census Bureau will tally up the U.S. population. The census was the topic of conversation at the Robbins Library this week. Why do we need an accurate count taken every ten years? And how safe is it? We spotted a nest of majestic...
ACMi News: December 06, 2019

ACMi News: December 06, 2019

November felt like a breeze. But December? For a while it didn’t show signs of stopping! A two and a half day winter blast swept through Arlington this week. We’ll tell you how residents dealt with the shoveling, plowing, driving and, yes, getting a school...
ACMi News: November 01, 2019

ACMi News: November 01, 2019

Town manager Adam Chapdelaine addresses the Select Board in the ongoing controversy of Lt. Rick Pedrini. He also answers petitioners on how the town handled the sensitive case. Where does Arlington go from here? That civil war memorial at Mass Ave and Broadway has...
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: 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 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...