If you’re looking for a truly unique piece of furniture, the Arlington Commission for Arts and Culture is hosting an event that would be perfect for you. Chairful Where You Sit is a public event that promotes transforming furniture into art in order to raise money for local arts programs. Our reporter Sophia Titus, never one to sit down on the job, has the details.
Homebrewer of the Year
An Arlington resident recently received an international distinction for his home-brewed beer. ACMi News reporter Toby Barrett was happy to investigate this particular story!
Shared Streets & Spaces Grant
The town, once again, received a grant from the Mass DOT shared streets and spaces program. This is the third and final grant Arlington has qualified for, and senior news producer Anim Osmani tells us how the funds are going to be used.
West Nile Virus in Medford
As the warm summer weather continues, our least favorite pests, mosquitoes, continue to annoy us as only they can. In recent weeks, mosquitoes in Medford have tested positive for the West Nile Virus. ACMi News correspondent Helen Frazer sought guidance about how to avoid these pesky vampire bugs and enjoy the rest of the summer.
New CDC Guidelines
With coronavirus infection rates rising, the c-d-c has revised their mask guidance for fully vaccinated people. They now recommend that people wear masks while indoors under certain circumstances.