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 22, 2019

ACMi News: March 22, 2019

A long-time, family-owned Arlington pharmacy has always been going against the big chain super drug stores but this is no David and Goliath story. This independent business offers many things the giants can’t. Where did Lee surrender to Grant in 1865? Just one...
Arlington Public News: March 01, 2019

Arlington Public News: March 01, 2019

Town leaders announce this week that a prominent police lieutenant himself will undergo this town’s restorative justice approach to community policing. What happens next to Lt. Richard Pedrini? Arlington’s recreation department is once again floating...
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: December 14, 2018

Arlington Public News: December 14, 2018

Loving remembrances at the select board chambers this week as Arlington’s town leaders remember Kevin Greeley. And after more than 33 years of service, Fred Ryan, Arlington’s chief of police, announces his retirement. Ryan says he’ll be stepping down...
Arlington Public News: November 30, 2018

Arlington Public News: November 30, 2018

Arlington says a heartfelt goodbye to Kevin Greeley, who passed away of natural causes this week. APN talks to friends and colleagues who remember a man they say best exemplifies Arlington’s perfect ambassador and a gentleman who loved life. Another exchange of...
Arlington Public News: November 16, 2018

Arlington Public News: November 16, 2018

In this edition of APN: Arlington celebrates Veterans Day. Remembering those who have taken up the call to serve in the armed forces on this, the 100th anniversary of the end of World War One. Did you know you can become a citizen journalist? No experience necessary....
Arlington Public News: November 02, 2018

Arlington Public News: November 02, 2018

In this edition of APN an Arlington police lieutenant is on paid leave after some controversial comments he made in print. We have an exclusive interview with Arlington’s police chief and we have his reaction to this breaking story. A brand new and green...
Arlington Public News: October 26, 2018

Arlington Public News: October 26, 2018

In this edition of APN, Arlington’s top-cop has been named to a state-wide commission to better understand substance abuse. We’ll tell you what Chief Fred Ryan plans to do to curtail what many call a “monumental crisis.” And the area’s...
Arlington Public News: September 19, 2018

Arlington Public News: September 19, 2018

In this edition of Arlington Public News, we broadcast from Massachusetts Avenue to celebrate Town Day 2018! Brenda Mahoney talks to several vendors downtown about Arlington’s future; particularly about Arlington’s senior population and the latest updates...
Arlington Public News: August 02, 2018

Arlington Public News: August 02, 2018

School construction projects are underway, we’ll update you on their progress; Germaine Lawrence is closing its Claremont Rd. facility; Re-imagining Arlington’s library for future generations and meet the newest Officer at the Arlington Police...