ARLINGTON – The Town of Arlington Council on Aging is pleased to announce that it has received a $28,080 grant to assist with transportation needs for community members.
ARLINGTON — Department of Health and Human Services Director Christine Bongiorno and Council on Aging Director Kristine Shah are pleased to share that the Arlington Council on Aging recently received a grant through the Lahey Hospital & Medical Center Community Benefits Program.
ARLINGTON — Public Health Director Natasha Waden reports that the Arlington Health Department is closely monitoring a cluster of positive COVID-19 cases at St. Agnes, a private school in town.
A Message from Superintendent Dr. Kathleen Bodie Regarding the Death of Former Arlington Public Schools Student Marwan Ghabour
ARLINGTON — The following is a message from Superintendent Dr. Kathleen Bodie regarding the death of U.S. Army Chief Warrant Officer 2 Marwan S. Ghabour, a former Arlington Public Schools student who was tragically killed in an overseas helicopter crash on Thursday, Nov. 12.
ARLINGTON – Chief Julie Flaherty and Director of Health and Human Services Christine Bongiorno wish to make residents aware of a recent positive test for rabies in a raccoon after a young child was attacked by the animal earlier this week.
Arlington Public Schools’ Peirce Elementary to Reopen Using Fully Remote Model Following Positive Staff Case of COVID-19
ARLINGTON — Superintendent Kathleen Bodie announces that Peirce Elementary School will pursue a fully remote learning model tomorrow and into next week after a staff member has tested positive for COVID-19.
ARLINGTON — Police Chief Julie Flaherty, Superintendent Kathleen Bodie and Town Manager Adam Chapdelaine report that the Arlington Police Department is investigating following the vandalism of a banner outside Arlington High School that reads “We Believe Black Lives Matter.”
Arlington Health and Human Services Officials Urge Community to Take Precautions Against West Nile Virus
ARLINGTON — Public Health Director Natasha Waden is urging residents to take precautions against West Nile Virus (WNV).
Arlington Police Associations Issue Statement Regarding the Death of George Floyd and Actions of Minneapolis Police
ARLINGTON — The Arlington Police Patrolmen’s Association and Arlington Ranking Officer’s Association, which represent the officers of the Arlington Police Department, condemn the actions of Minneapolis Police officers which resulted in the death of George Floyd, and wish to provide the Arlington community with information regarding progressive reforms that have been implemented in the past 10 years.
ARLINGTON — Chief Julie Flaherty is proud to report that the Arlington Police Department has updated its use of force policy, requiring officers to intervene in situations where another officer is using unreasonable force, bringing the department fully in line with all reforms of the 8 Can’t Wait campaign.