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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: 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...
ACMi News: October 08, 2021

ACMi News: October 08, 2021

Your used PPE mask needs to find it’s way into the trash can. You won’t believe what we found in Arlington within the span of only 60 minutes. A cup of joe with the men and women in blue this week designed to promote a better relationship with...
ACMi News: October 01, 2021

ACMi News: October 01, 2021

Arlington certainly has seen its share of electrical problems this past week. We have the latest on a few homes that were affected. We’ll also tell you about some problems at Arlington high school. You’ll be able to have a cup of joe with the men and women...
ACMi News: September 24, 2021

ACMi News: September 24, 2021

Road crews are busy this week giving new life to seven Arlington roads. We’ll tell you where they’re working and how long this paving project will take. Jesus Christ Superstar finally comes to Arlington after 18 months of waiting due to the COVID crisis....
ACMi News: September 17, 2021

ACMi News: September 17, 2021

More West Nile concerns in Arlington and other parts of Middlesex County. Health officials have recently put our town at high risk for the mosquito borne illness. A couple walking their dog, struck by a falling tree branch at an Arlington park. We’ll tell you...
ACMi News: September 10, 2021

ACMi News: September 10, 2021

The hunt is on for a coyote who attacked two young girls in Arlington, September the 5th. We’ll tell you how the victims are doing and what’s being done to catch the predator. With the cold weather still weeks away, the mosquitoes are still out in force....
ACMi News: September 03, 2021

ACMi News: September 03, 2021

“You can look but you can’t touch” takes on new meaning as the seasonal algae bloom takes over two of Arlington’s beloved bodies of water. Veterans of wars spanning more than 50 years of our history speak about their experiences in a new series ACMi...
ACMi News: August 27, 2021

ACMi News: August 27, 2021

Two prominent local institutions look at the future and decide to face it as one. Think that the work of town committees doesn’t affect you much? Guess again, as we share the fruits of two different committees’ efforts. And a chef with an international...
ACMi News: August 20, 2021

ACMi News: August 20, 2021

Arlington residents have done an amazing job of getting vaccinated, which is great news. But we’re not out of the woods yet. Lots of Arlingtonians have been enjoying local beach days, but will have to call it quits for this year. And one local artist has figured...
ACMi News: August 13, 2021

ACMi News: August 13, 2021

We all know exercise promotes health and well-being. The folks at Blue Bikes are making that point in a novel way. One key to maintaining mental health through the pandemic? For these folks, spending some quality time with their best friends did the trick – no...