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

ACMi News: November 08, 2019

ACMi News: November 08, 2019

Arlington honors veterans who served in the U.S. military since the days of our American Revolution. The town will host its annual Veterans Day ceremonies this week. ACMi News will also take you behind the scenes of an effort to honor one veteran who died in Vietnam...
Foxboro Follies

Foxboro Follies

The New England Patriots so far are having a banner year! The Belechick/Brady years have spawned a football dynasty the likes of which we may never again see in our lifetime. But the Patriots had what some could call a near “false start.” They may be six...
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: October 25, 2019

ACMi News: October 25, 2019

The designated bus lane is now open permanently which town leaders say is shaving some serious time off the commute for thousands of Arlington’s bus riders. The Rotary Club of Arlington is now planting flags at Arlington High School to honor those men and women...
On Any Given Sunday

On Any Given Sunday

Previously we introduced you to a New England legend in the arena of sports. We spoke with the former general manager of the New England Patriots Upton Bell who resides near the Arlington/Cambridge line. Upton’s father Bert was the commissioner of the national...
ACMi News: October 18, 2019

ACMi News: October 18, 2019

Finally, the weather is cooperating so that bus passengers can get from point A to B. We’ll show you the work underway for Arlington’s new designated bus lane. And crews are at it along Mill Street for a serious pipe re-tooling before the cold winter...
ACMi News: October 11, 2019

ACMi News: October 11, 2019

A ribbon-cutting that was years in the making at Minuteman High School. We’ll take you to the celebration of what is clearly a marvel of 21st-century architecture! More fallout from the vaping crisis sweeping the nation. And Arlington high schoolers are not...
Right on Track

Right on Track

Bert Bell became an ivy league football star, college football coach and owner of not one but two NFL teams: the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Philadelphia Eagles. After all that football experience Bert Bell went on to become the second commissioner of the National...
In the Beginning… There Was Frances

In the Beginning… There Was Frances

Upton Bell hails from football royalty. His father, Bert Bell, is now forever enshrined in the pro football Hall of Fame for his exceptional contributions to the game of football. But many sports historians agree that Upton’s mother, Frances, should also be...
ACMi News: October 04, 2019

ACMi News: October 04, 2019

As Arlington aims to hire a permanent police chief in the near future, acting chief Juliann Flaherty updates the Select Board on community policing efforts currently underway. This as some residents demand more action on the controversial and divisive case of Lt....