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    ACMi News: August 12, 2022

    Arlington’s police department publicly responds to a civil rights lawsuit filed early this month alleging a racial profiling incident which occurred more than a year and a half ago. ACMi

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    ACMi News: August 05, 2022

    A business that was hit by fire last summer makes a comeback! Thrive Juice Cafe is once again serving up a healthy alternative to those fast-paced slick drive-through places. How

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    ACMi News: July 29, 2022

    Double poles in Arlington. They seem to be everywhere. They are a necessity throughout town, no doubt. But, how long do “poll positions” like this have to hang around? We

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    ACMi News: July 22, 2022

    With the cut of a ribbon, Broadway Plaza in Arlington Center is now open for business. Work on this historic thoroughfare is now complete, above and below ground. The heat

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    ACMi News: July 15, 2022

    A suspect wanted for a double homicide in New Hampshire is caught in Arlington this week. He apparently was working on a home here on Webster Street when police cuffed

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    ACMi News: July 08, 2022

    Common sense to get gas in Arlington can go far. Starting with don’t drive! We check prices at the pumps in town. There are holistic alternatives to ridding the town

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    ACMi News: July 01, 2022

    Hundreds of people gather at town hall to protest last week’s Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade. ACMi News was there and people say their voice will be heard

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    ACMi News: June 24, 2022

    Authorities need your help tracking down a suspected arsonist who targeted the rectory at St. Athanasius Church this week. And there’s a reward if you can help law enforcement find

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    ACMi News: June 17, 2022

    After ten years on the job as Arlington’s town manager, Adam Chapdelaine closes the door on this chapter in his life as he looks for greener pastures in Boston –

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    ACMi News: June 10, 2022

    They weathered a protracted pandemic, an old school tear down and a new school build up. They kept on fighting ’til the end! They are the champions! Arlington High’s graduating

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    ACMi News: June 03, 2022

    For the first time since the outbreak of the pandemic, area residents gathered at town hall to say thank you to our veterans. A salute to the honored dead who

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    ACMi News: May 27, 2022 Summer-like weather for a Spring-like event. Arlington Heights Spring Fling 2022 invaded Mass. Ave. bringing with it lots of art, scrumptious food, a bird of prey, and those who

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    ACMi News: May 20, 2022

    After three long years of a “town-less” day, 2022 brings good cheer: Town Day 2022 will invade Mass Ave. We’ll tell you when it’ll happen and how you can help

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    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

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