Paul Wehrlin

About the Member:

Paul serves as co-anchor of Arlington Public News. As a 26-year Arlington resident, Paul is keenly interested in town issues and events. He is thrilled to be a part of the Arlington Public News team, while pursuing a long-time interest in broadcast journalism. Professionally, Paul works in the telecommuications field. In college, he studied communications and public relations. He grew up in both the U.S. and abroad. Some of his interests include music – he has been a singer with the Arlington-based Mystic Chorale since 1997 – history, travel, architecture, and the outdoors.

Productions by this Member

ACMi News: May 13, 2022

ACMi News: May 13, 2022

Renewed concern this week over the latest COVID-19 numbers. Middlesex county health officials report a jump in positive COVID cases and Arlington’s school leaders are taking notice. In it’s fourth session town meeting members spoke. Banning certain plastic...
ACMi News: April 29, 2022

ACMi News: April 29, 2022

This week the town of Arlington begins Phase 2 of the Whittemore Park revitalization project. It’s a project that will transform the open space here into a place for recreation and civic functions. We’ll show you how crews are getting this area ready for...
ACMi News: March 25, 2022

ACMi News: March 25, 2022

Spring is in the air and so are the scammers. ACMi News talks to Captain Richard Flynn of the Arlington Police Department about what you should be looking out for when it comes to phone and computer scams. The AHS Girls Hockey team finishes up an incredible season of...
ACMi News: February 11, 2022

ACMi News: February 11, 2022

Some potentially dangerous explosive devices are found at an Arlington home by a resident doing some housecleaning. We have the very latest from Arlington police on what happened next. Celebrating Black History Month, Arlington is adorning Mass Ave. with several...
ACMi News: February 04, 2022

ACMi News: February 04, 2022

School superintendent Dr. Elizabeth Homan says as of now, COVID-19 cases are dwindling in Arlington public schools, while COVID testing undergoes certain changes. We’ll have an update. Nature was a little late with significant snow totals this winter but it more...
ACMi News: January 14, 2022

ACMi News: January 14, 2022

Arlington’s Health and Human Services department is hosting even more Moderna COVID-19 booster clinics at town hall. All this as the COVID-19 rate in town continues to rise. Town leaders still want to know why more than 100 double poles are part of...
ACMi News: December 17, 2021

ACMi News: December 17, 2021

The town releases the latest numbers of COVID-19 cases in town. What do the number say in the midst of the omicron variant as we enter year number three in this ongoing pandemic? We’ll have the latest. A Massachusetts senator reintroduces a measure on Capitol...
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...
ACMi News: November 19, 2021

ACMi News: November 19, 2021

Something strange and potentially dangerous happened on the way to Lexington this week. A 29 year old woman is arrested after Arlington police say she threatened her driver with a machete. We’ll have the latest from police. What’s going on at the Jason...
ACMi News: November 12, 2021

ACMi News: November 12, 2021

After a two year wait, our veterans and town officials once again march down Mass Avenue to salute our men and women in uniform. Unlike Veterans Day 2020, this years celebration was in person and ACMi News was there. The Arlington Reservoir gets a $300,000+ federal...