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Topic: Science and Technology

Energy Efficiency in Arlington

Arlington received its fourth grant this past year since becoming a Massachusetts Green Community. About $69,600 of the grant was used by the Facilities department to upgrade the Hardy Elementary

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Sven Birkerts

While most of us have embraced digital culture and have difficulty imagining an hour, much less a full day, without going through our email, surfing the web or updating our

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Sven Birkerts – Extended

While most of us have embraced digital culture and have difficulty imagining an hour, much less a full day, without going through our email, surfing the web or updating our

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Apple Watch Challenge

News intern and Apple Watch devotee Jack St. Onge was challenged to go a week without his watch. See how he managed without it.

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Arlington-Teosinte Sister City Project

APN follows ACMi’s Youth Coordinator Jessica Barnthouse into a fourth-grade classroom in Arlington to find out how she is training the students to use their iPads to make Stop-Motion Animation

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Smart Watch Comparison

Do you know what the difference is between an Apple watch and a Pebble watch? News Intern Jack St. Onge did a side-by-side comparison of the two popular watches, and

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MassTEC Teacher of the Year

Ottoson Middle School teacher Gary Blanchette was named the 2015 MassTEC Teacher of the Year. The MassTEC (Massachusetts Technology Education/Engineering Collaborative) award recognizes teachers who strive for excellence and provide

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Newscast: October 8, 2015

At Arlington Public News, we bring you stories of interest to Arlington and surrounding communities. In tonight’s newscast, we report from a recent meeting looking to change the Massachusetts State

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Newscast: October 1, 2015

At Arlington Public News, we bring you stories of interest to Arlington and surrounding communities. In tonight’s newscast, we bring you highlights from the recent School Committee meeting that addressed

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The Facebook Case – Extended

The Supreme Court ruled on June 1st in favor of a Pennsylvania man who posted several violent messages on Facebook. This is the first time for the Court to raise

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Identity Theft

Identity theft is when someone uses your personal information, such as your Social Security number, to commit a crime. The Federal Trade Commission reports that as many as 9 million

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Brianna Wu on Privacy – Extended

Game developer Brianna Wu shares her experiences as she discusses privacy and online safety on the internet. This is an extended version of a previous segment: http://acmi.tv/videos/brianna-wu-on-privacy/

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Newscast: August 13, 2015

At Arlington Public News, we bring you stories of interest to Arlington and surrounding communities. In tonight’s newscast, we discuss maintaining privacy and safety online; we talk with author Alan

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