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Man who went to Arlington Catholic High School sues three former Archdiocese officials he says hired the vice principal he charges molested him
A former student at Arlington Catholic High School yesterday sued two former priests in the Archdiocese of Boston - and a third, as yet unidentified priest - whom he blames in part for the times he says the school's then vice principal came into the room where he was serving detention and molested him. Read more.
Sean the Roving UHub photographer ran across a snow clearer in the pink in Arlington today.
People kept falling through the ice at Arlington's Spy Pond over the weekend; police, firefighters have a simple tip to prevent that
Three people had to be fished out of Arlington's Spy Pond yesterday after falling through ice not thick enough to support them out of the water , Arlington Police Chief Julie Flaherty and Fire Chief Kevin Kelley say. Read more.
Arlington break-in suspect runs onto Mystic River ice, falls in along with police dog, both get back to shore, although only the dog went willingly, police say
A man already wanted on various charges in three communities added Arlington to his list yesterday after he was pulled out of the Mystic River and charged with breaking into a local home and trying to carry off some of its contents in a stolen U-Haul truck, police say. Read more.
Ultrasonic Rock Orchestra, originally scheduled for two shows on New Year's Eve and Day at the Regent Theatre in Arlington, has postponed them to March 4 and 5.
Boston Opera Collaborative's Opera Bites, originally scheduled for three live performances at Longy School of Music on January 14-16, will instead be filmed and presented virtually later in January or February.
Boston Restaurant Talk reports that Twyrl in Arlington Center says several factors, in particular, "the breakdown of the supply chain," which led to spiraling costs, made renewing its lease just too risky to chance.
Coyote bites toddler in the back, drags her by the leg in Arlington; minutes later another young child is attacked nearby
Arlington Police report two children were attacked by a coyote yesterday afternoon in Arlington: A two-year-old girl on Epping Street was bitten in the back and then briefly dragged by a coyote, then ten minutes later, another two-year old girl on Summer Hill Circle, about a half mile away, was scratched by a coyote. Read more.
Heather Hegedus at WFXT reported on traffic delays in two areas this morning: There was a car fire on 128 south in Lexington and there was a couch in the road on Rte. 2 west in Arlington.
Boston Restaurant Talk reports Del's Lemonade is opening an outlet right on Mass. Ave. in Arlington.
The challenges faced by the Boston housing market have been well documented in 2020. The pandemic has caused massive shifts in urban population distribution in metropolitan areas all across the country, and Boston is no exception. It effectively took one of the nation’s hottest real estate markets and caused it to come to a grinding halt as apartment vacancies soar all over the city.
Arlington officials say a raccoon they believe bit and scratched a young child on Fountain Road Wednesday afternoon has tested positive for rabies. Read more.
Although Gov. Baker gave the go-ahead for movie theaters to begin re-opening this week (next week in Boston and Somerville), operators of the Somerville Theatre and the Capitol Theatre in Arlington say they will remain closed. Read more.
Boston Restaurant Talk reports the demise of Tango Restaurant on Massachusetts Avenue, closing after 20 years. Its last dinner service is this Sunday.
The page content will not surprise anyone, yet the headline is still painful to read on the Town of Lexington's website:
Patriots' Day 2020 Has Been Cancelled
That means no Paul Revere's ride, no battle re-enactments, no pancake breakfasts, no parades, no fifes and drums, no vigils, no Dawn Salute at the rude bridge in Concord -- none of it.
Boston Restaurant Talk reports that, starting at noon today, restaurants that are still open and offering takeout can no longer allow patrons inside to pick up food. Also, the town urges people to either pay online or use a credit card - keep that dirty cash to yourself.
Msmariamad spotted the gleaming welcome from a closed Arlington Diner on Massachusetts Avenue in Arlington last night.
Copyright Msmariamad. Posted in the Universal Hub pool on Flickr.
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