Nicole Garay

About the Intern:

2021

Productions by this Member

ACMi News: December 10, 2021

ACMi News: December 10, 2021

Just how prepared have Arlington town officials been in ensuring residents are safe during this pandemic, now entering it’s third year on our shores? And what happens as we get closer to the holidays when traveling is reaching and at times, even surpassing,...
ACMi News: December 03, 2021

ACMi News: December 03, 2021

The town of Arlington stages a trio of vaccination clinics trying to stay ahead of the COVID-19 pandemic and the current concern regarding the omicron variant just how difficult is it to get the booster shot? We have an update. The Housing Corporation of Arlington...
You Speak | Daylight Saving Time

You Speak | Daylight Saving Time

Daylight saving time has once again descended upon our land. We’re “falling back” so to speak until March 13, 2022. Until then, we’ll be in the dark sooner. We recently talked to some Arlingtonians and they weren’t shy about weighing in...
ACMi News: November 05, 2021

ACMi News: November 05, 2021

Arlington will be saluting our men and women in uniform in person for this year’s Veterans Day ceremony. The first time in two years. We talk to Arlington’s Director of Veterans Services, Jeff Chunglo, about this year’s event. Going to school was...
ACMi News: October 29, 2021

ACMi News: October 29, 2021

A true New England nor’easter sweeps through the town of Arlington making for a messy two day commute for area motorists, and leaving some natural trash in its wake. ACMi News went around town and has an update on Arlington’s clean-up efforts. Phase one of...
Nightmare on Cleveland Street

Nightmare on Cleveland Street

We are now just days away from celebrating Halloween. And things are getting pretty lively, or shall we say deadly, along Cleveland Street. ACMi News correspondent Nicole Garay visited recently to see the progress of the horrific and macabre. And even in the daytime...
ACMi News: October 15, 2021

ACMi News: October 15, 2021

At times, we think of North, Central and South American history in terms of colonialism. A few hundred years of history. But some people have a history dating back 10’s of thousands of years. Indigenous Peoples Day was celebrated in newton this week. And...
State of the Town

State of the Town

Town leaders joined Chamber of Commerce members on Tuesday, September 21st to take a look back at recent months, and forward to the coming year. ACMi News intern Nicole Garay, who is making her debut, has the takeaways from Tuesday’s...