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.
ARLINGTON — The Town of Arlington is a welcoming and inclusive community that has made great strides and attempted to face every challenge and conflict with professionalism and legitimacy in mind. The Town of Arlington, represented by its leadership team including Town Manager Adam Chapdelaine, Police Chief Juliann Flaherty, Director of Health and Human Services […]
ARLINGTON – Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan and Arlington Chief of Police Julie Flaherty have confirmed the investigation into a fatal bicycle crash that occurred last night in Arlington.
ARLINGTON — The Town of Arlington is pleased to announce the launch of the Arlington COVID-19 Relief Fund and is seeking donations to help residents in need during and after the COVID-19 crisis.
ARLINGTON — The Town of Arlington seeks to continuously update its residents on local preparedness efforts and impacts from the ongoing nationwide novel coronavirus situation.
ARLINGTON — The Town of Arlington will fast track its retail grocery permitting process to allow restaurants, suffering under the combined weights of social distancing and minimum orders from suppliers, the right to sell food inventory, including meat, eggs, milk and more, to consumers.
Arlington Police Department Reminds Residents of Domestic Violence Resources Available During COVID-19
ARLINGTON — Chief Julie Flaherty would like to remind residents that resources remain available for residents who may be experiencing domestic violence during the COVID-19 pandemic.