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Arlington joins neighboring communities to celebrate the first Indigenous Peoples Day holiday, another coyote incident occurred in town, and a nightmare on Cleveland Street. All that and more in our latest newscast #ArlingtonMA
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Jeff Barnd returns to ACMi as our News Director. Welcome back, JB!

Where has JB gone to and what has he been up to? Find out the answers in our latest blog post! https://acmi.tv/prodigal-news-director-returns-to-acmi/ @acminews

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: January 07, 2022

ACMi News: January 07, 2022

A public gathering of unity at Whittemore Park to fight disunity. One year after rioters and demonstrators staged an attack on the us capitol protesting the legitimacy of the 2020 presidential election, demonstrators in Arlington demand the promise of an all-inclusive...
ACMi News: December 31, 2021

ACMi News: December 31, 2021

In this New Year’s edition of ACMi News, we take a look back at the stories that helped shape the year 2021. A historic and very trying year in our history to say the very least.
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 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...
ACMi News: November 26, 2021

ACMi News: November 26, 2021

In this special newscast, News Director Jeff Barnd interviews former secret service-member Clint Hill. Mr. Hill was the only secret service agent who ran to the presidential limousine after shots rang out on that fateful day in Dallas November 22, 1963. Nearly 60...
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...
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...