ARLINGTON — Public Health Director Natasha Waden announces that the Town of Arlington is now considered at high risk for West Nile Virus (WNV), and offers community members important safety tips to prevent mosquito bites and avoid mosquito-borne diseases.
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 — 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 — The Town of Arlington seeks to continuously update its residents on local preparedness efforts and impacts from the ongoing nationwide novel coronavirus situation.
ARLINGTON — Director of Health and Human Services Christine Bongiorno is pleased to announce that the Town of Arlington has hired Jillian Harvey to serve as its first Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Coordinator.
ARLINGTON — Christine Bongiorno, Director of Health and Human Services, announces that, in conjunction with Arlington Public Schools and Superintendent Kathleen Bodie, the Town of Arlington has applied for a grant through the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection to conduct a full round of water testing within each of the public school buildings, develop a regular sampling program and a plumbing profile in each school.
ARLINGTON — The Town of Arlington is pleased to announce that the town will host the 2016 Arlington Patriots’ Day Parade next month.