Michael Lang

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Newscast: June 24, 2016

Newscast: June 24, 2016

In this edition of Arlington Public News, a local pub gets temporarily shut down by the town due to alcohol violations. Plans are unveiled to make Arlington Center more civic focused. And summer happenings-there’s plenty to do in Arlington! We have the full...
Jefferson Cutter House Restoration

Jefferson Cutter House Restoration

Plans are officially underway at the Historic Jefferson Cutter House to restore and refine much of the house’s exterior, thanks in large part to a $65,000 grant from the Massachusetts Historic Commission, as well as funding from the town’s Community...
Newscast: June 2, 2016

Newscast: June 2, 2016

In this edition of Arlington Public News, an increase in taxes for updated schools: voters get to decide in an upcoming special election. And a Major General helps Arlington dedicate a new monument to those fighting in the War on Terror. Plus, digging for treasure on...
Arlington High School Dig

Arlington High School Dig

Arlington, MA high schools students are digging into the past to enhance their own educational futures. They are taking an elective archeology class at Arlington High School. The class is taught by Science Teacher, Danielle Raad who has a degree in Archeology...
Newscast: May 6, 2016

Newscast: May 6, 2016

In this edition of Arlington Public News town officials vote in favor of re-opening the Gibbs School instead of adding on to the Ottoson to make room for more middle-schoolers. Town Meeting votes to do more to protect trees on private property, and approves a new...
Newscast: April 21, 2016

Newscast: April 21, 2016

In this edition of Arlington Public News, we have a look at the latest in local government developments, including a School Committee vote to address enrollment growth by using the former Gibbs School instead of adding on to Ottoson Middle School. And public...
Snap Shot: Gender Identity & Zoning Bylaws

Snap Shot: Gender Identity & Zoning Bylaws

The Arlington Human Rights Commission is looking to join 12 other cities in Massachusetts that have nondiscrimination laws protecting gender identity. Through a warrant article they’re sponsoring, the Commission is seeking expanded protections for gender diversity in...