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The Regulars Are Coming! Again!

No doubt the COVID crisis has cut short many summer activities around these parts including Revolutionary War reenactments. But we found the largest colonial battle about a hour’s drive from

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Another ACMi News Success Story

ACMi News has been in touch with several former news interns who’ve gone from cutting their teeth in Arlington to working at network TV affiliates nationwide. Alexandria Acacia is one

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APD Responds to Civil Suit

Arlington’s police department responds to a civil rights lawsuit filed late this week alleging a racial profiling incident which occurred February 2021. The group “Lawyers for Civil Rights,” or LCR,

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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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The APD’s National Night Out

It’s no secret that Arlington’s police department does what it can to promote a trusting relationship with community members it’s paid to protect. This week, Arlington’s version of “National Night

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Thrive Juice Cafe Thrives Again!

A very popular and creative eatery is once again open for business. Thrive Juice Cafe at 169 Mass Ave. reopened it’s doors recently after flames swept through the building last

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Town Hall Update | August 04, 2022

Arlington Town Manager, Sandy Pooler, provides background on three recent grants awarded to the Town and how that funding will be used. He also reminds residents of the new phone

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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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Natalia Fotopoulos – An AHS Champion

Last spring, we had the honor of covering a very talented varsity girls Spy-Ponder softball team. One player in particular shined the entire season. ACMi News Correspondent Leah Atkins reports

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The Battle of Menotomy

Did you know that on day one of the Revolutionary War the battle that saw the most casualties was right here in town? It’s the largest battle in terms of

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Double Trouble?

Arlington is blessed to have so many resources and sites that are absolutely pleasing to the eye! Unfortunately, this is not one of them. From the Lexington border to Route

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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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Coming Attractions at the Regent

The Regent Theatre has a hot line-up of movies, concerts and charity events to round-out the tail end of the Summer season. The theater will be closing for a few

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Former ACMi Intern Hits the Big Time!

Meantime, ACMi News has been in touch with several former news interns who’ve gone to bigger and better things in the TV news biz. Moses Small, a graduate of Emerson

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