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: June 25, 2021

ACMi News: June 25, 2021

The Arlington High baseball team’s storybook season comes to an end, but the future looks bright! An ambitious public art project aims to reflect our community’s experience of the COVID-19 pandemic. And Town Manager Adam Chapdelaine shares a momentous...
ACMi News: June 11, 2021

ACMi News: June 11, 2021

At the foot of Arlington’s iconic Water Tower, flags wave to commemorate heroes from all over town. June is Pride Month, and there’s a full schedule of activities and events to recognize the LGBTQIA+ community. We’ll share some of those with you. And...
ACMi News: May 28, 2021

ACMi News: May 28, 2021

Massachusetts is steaming ahead towards a fully reopened economy, with changes coming fast. The Minuteman High School Robotics Team achieves a real first. The Arlington International Film Festival has chosen its calling card for the 2021 fest. That and more, up next...
ACMi News: April 30, 2021

ACMi News: April 30, 2021

A local eatery loses the fight to hold on against COVID. Celebrating its third year, Eco Week in Arlington expands to 10 days. And the state takes the next step back to “normal.” These stories and more, coming up on ACMi...
ACMi News: April 09, 2021

ACMi News: April 09, 2021

A new federal program launches to reimburse families for funeral expenses incurred by COVID-19. We’ll have the details of how you can apply for the program. After a year of being shut to the public, the Robbins Library finally opens its doors, with certain...
ACMi News: March 19, 2021

ACMi News: March 19, 2021

As we officially head into spring, can we see reasons to hope that things will get back to normal soon? A little leprechaun says yes! An iconic nonprofit in town officially moves into new digs, setting the stage to further expand their landmark efforts to eliminate...
ACMi News: February 26, 2021

ACMi News: February 26, 2021

It has always been Arlington’s main corridor and one of the region’s major arteries. Now Mass Ave. has been nationally recognized as an All-American Road. Robbins Library commemorates Black History Month with the launch of an archive that will elevate...
ACMi News: February 05, 2021

ACMi News: February 05, 2021

People aged 75 and over are now eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine as the Commonwealth enters Phase 2 of its vaccination rollout plan. We’ve got the latest on what to expect. It’s been almost a month since the siege on the US Capitol. Arlington youth...
ACMi News: January 08, 2021

ACMi News: January 08, 2021

While we have eagerly turned the calendar to the promise of a new year, the long shadow of COVID-19 continues to loom. We bring you the latest news on vaccine rollouts, business restrictions, and rising counts here in Arlington. Fraudsters, as they always do, seek to...
ACMi News: October 30, 2020

ACMi News: October 30, 2020

An iconic Arlington event celebrates its tenth anniversary, but not the way they expected. Some people will get to the polls this year on a pair of borrowed wheels. And are you ready for some real Halloween chills? That and more on ACMi...