Jeff Barnd, News Director

About the Staff Member:

For more than 25-years, Jeff Barnd was a local Television News Anchor / Reporter in Boston, Baltimore, Philadelphia and most recently, a National Correspondent in Washington D.C. He has covered stories all over the world; from the clear-cutting of the Amazon Rain Forest and the '92 Earth Summit in Rio, to the 2ndGulf War in Iraq, the Islamic culture in Kuwait City & Bahrain, law-enforcement and policing in Singapore and the elevation of Baltimore's Archbishop to the College of Cardinals in Rome under Pope John Paul II. Barnd is a 13-time Emmy Award recipient, winning in Boston for Anchoring, News Writing and Hosting Public Affairs programs. He also garnered an Emmy in Maryland for “Commentary” in the nationally televised program, “American Crossroads.” He's also a children's book author; penning his first release, “Lindbergh's Ghosts” in 2015, and his newly published work, “Little Pluto's Big Day,” just released this month.

Productions by this Member

Honoring Arlington’s Veterans

Honoring Arlington’s Veterans

Arlington’s Director of Veterans Services is already moving on plans to upgrade Memorial Park between the Civil War monument and the Central Fire Station. Jeff chunglo presented his proposal to the Select Board last week to completely renovate the park and...
Red Flag? (Extended Interview)

Red Flag? (Extended Interview)

Many of us are so focused in our daily routines, we hardly have enough time to ponder things we see everyday. Take the Massachusetts state seal and flag for instance. Both are at the center of a controversy that has already reached our state house. In the midst of all...
Red Flag?

Red Flag?

Many of us are so focused in our daily routines, we hardly have enough time to ponder things we see everyday. Take the Massachusetts state seal and flag for instance. Both are at the center of a controversy that has already reached our state house. In the midst of all...
Cold Case

Cold Case

A very bizarre scene involving a stolen truck, a police chase and a soggy suspect unfolded in Arlington shortly after 1pm on Saturday, January 15th. When it was all over 30-year-old Joseph Kahler of Weymouth, MA was arrested and charged. But not before the suspect...
Black Player in the White South

Black Player in the White South

ACMi News got to talk to one person who attended Dr. Martin Luther King’s civil rights event on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial August of 1963. In the midst of all the racial turbulence of the 60’s, Darryl Hill was the first African-American football...
Everbridge Mass Notification System

Everbridge Mass Notification System

The town of Arlington is using a new method to send useful information and alerts to its residents. This new system appealed to town leaders because they say it’s easy to use and has a more innovative methods for getting information to you when you need it....
MLK Day 2022 Preview

MLK Day 2022 Preview

January 15, 2022 would have been Dr. Martin Luther King’s 93rd birthday. To celebrate this occasion and to honor this legendary and steadfast champion of civil rights, Arlington will be staging an event that highlights Dr. King’s unforgettable legacy on...
The History of the Jason Russell House

The History of the Jason Russell House

You would think that after nearly three hundred years, all secrets would be revealed at Arlington’s Jason Russell house. But an ongoing investigation recently by historians and ballistics professionals shows there is so much more to this historic site. Namely,...
January 6th Vigil

January 6th Vigil

A vigil in remembrance of the insurrection that occurred one year ago at the nations capitol was held at Whittemore Park Thursday night, January 6th. This event was unanimously approved by the select board at its December 20th meeting. You’ll recall, the U.S....
ACMi News: December 31, 2021

ACMi News: December 31, 2021

In this New Year’s edition of ACMi News, we take a look back at the stories that helped shape the year 2021. A historic and very trying year in our history to say the very least.