Sounds like somebody needs some anger-management classes. Allegedly, of course.
The Patriots Day parade in Arlington was fun, but it didn't really have a lot of Minutemen - way more Shriners, in fact (and a troop of Civil War re-enactors, um, what?).... Read more
Join Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders at our annual Summer Party held outside in the heart of Provincetown, MA on Saturday, July 27 from 4:00-7:00PM. Enjoy the view of the harbor, mingle with other GLAD supporters and learn more about our ground-breaking cases.
Tickets are $75 online | $85 on site | $30 student
Purchase at www.glad.org/events.
Don't miss our amazing auction... Read more
Michael Bradford photographed his Arlington Heights street before and after the blizzard.
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Including the ones in Charlestown, Brookline and Somerville and Arlington, the Globe reports.
Marc Choquette posted this photo from Arlington, reports:
Looks like an absolute war zone in Arlington right now.
The National Weather Service's Skywarn network reports:
Confirmed microburst in Arlington Mass, numerous trees, branches and wires down.
More specifically: The southern part of town along Marathon... Read more
In a lawsuit filed Tuesday, R&B legend Herb Reed demanded a Florida promoter stop advertising it could get him to appear in concerts.
Reed, a longtime Arlington resident, died Monday, so presumably that part of the suit becomes moot, although there's still the question of damages sought for alleged past practices.
The suit, filed in US District Court in Boston, charges the company falsely listed... Read more
Herb Reed, the last of the Platters, has died at 83. Although Reed was born in Kansas City, Mo., he had lived in the Boston area since the 1970s.
State tax officials seized and closed one of the few remaining Brigham's restaurants today, claiming that it owed over $92,000 in meals taxes dating back to 2009.
The Arlington Heights Brigham's could reopen if... Read more
YourArlington.com reports Cameras Inc., with outlets in Arlington and Davis Square, is shutting down.
read more at bluemassgroup
The Herald interviews an Arlington man who fought the $100 fine sought by prosecutors, and won.
The MBTA Transit Police report on the Oct. 26 arrest at Alewife paints a slightly different picture than the simple civil-liberties patina painted by the Herald:
I informed Goodwin that it was his right to refuse to submit to the program, but that he would not be allowed... Read more
Arlington Police recovered two Hebrew scrolls from a guy they say is known to buy stolen property and are now seeking to identify the actual owners.
Belong to a synagogue missing megillas? Contact Inspector Brian Connerney, 781-316-3914.