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Letterstips, corrections? preferred Facebook and Facebook Messenger are not : [ protected] or call News: Tokyo Olympics underway. Inspector Steve Porciello, Arlington High School resource officer reports that town detectives have been battling a recent trend with Snapchat. If you receive an or text from Snapchat containing a confirmation code, do not forward this code to anyone, he says. Once locked out of the the unknown person takes over the by changing passwords, s, phone s, etc. The unknown person then threatens the user before posting personal photographs on various internet platforms.
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The Chamber of Commerce on Friday, July 9, announced the launch of its new tourism campaign,…. A Zoom meeting was held at 7 p. By Bob Sprague. Posted in Police on 13 July . Arlington neighbors offer suggestions to developers Peter Bermudes of Belknap Street submitted this letter on behalf of the residents of Belmarlin. As days turned into weeks into months, Posted in Letters to the editor on 12 July Letters: ing Advocate? They are reviewed for fairness, factualness and taste. This site welcomes letters about any issue that stirs the public mind.
Longer opinion pieces are also welcome. Posted in Letters to the editor on 10 July Sean Garballey, Rep. Dave Rogers and Sen. Cindy Friedman -- to comment on this question: What steps should be taken to move this process forward, toward more public transparency, not less? Garballey is away but noted that he plans to respond. Meanwhile, the Posted in Politics on 08 July What is our State House afraid of? Why do Massachusetts representatives and senators continue to do public business behind closed doors?
They are members of the only State House in the United States to do so. As a longtime advocate for open government, I offer a plaintive but determined question: Why? Instead of pawing through the maw of history to learn why this state of affairs came to be in "blue" Massachusetts, let's star Posted in Random snapchat code text on 05 July If you missed a forum, see the videos, presentations and opportunities to engage that are available online.
Posted in Planning on 23 June This year I will be riding for Posted in Fund-raising on 15 June Chapdelaine issued a statement announcing the end of the state of emergency in Arlington. His comments came after long-delayed work at Town Hall Plaza had been completed, offering renewed public access, and hours before the Natick Select Board voted unanimously to choose the manager as its next town administrator.
To the Arlington Community Posted in Town Hall on 15 June At p. Posted in Housing on 09 June Not how Mr. Cincotta might think about Antaeus: wisely, scholarly, knowledgeably Posted in Graduation on 06 June AEF's virtual grant showcase for '21 The Arlington Education Foundation's annual celebration of innovative teaching and learning is a virtual event in Although the AEF misses not having the event in person, it is excited to share a virtual grant showcase.
Please enjoy the video below from Arlington Public School leaders, educator grant recipients and our valued sponsors. Posted in Fund-raising on 06 June Seas rise, and so does concern The following letter to the editor by Adam Auster of Arlington is republished with the author's permission.
Posted in Letters to the editor on 05 June Posted in Letters to the editor on 03 June The writer is a member of Veterans for Peace. Instead of offering the opportunity to mourn those whose lives have been taken in war, Memorial Day all too often brings with it sales at t Posted in Letters to the editor on 30 May Posted in Politics on 28 May Why you should recycle textiles The following was written by Julia Wallace. The spring Arlington High School intern for the town Department of Public Works learned about textile recycling and swap sheds.
In Massachusetts,tons of textiles are s Posted in Environment on 26 May As the annual Arlington Town Meeting opens virtually at 8 p. Monday, April 26, let us resist that. But it's time for an update. During session eight, on Wednesday, May 19, veteran Precinct 16 mem Posted in Town Meeting on 24 May Lanie Cantor of Arlington wrote this article, random snapchat code text updated version of her piece about raising a service dog published in the March issue of the A-Dog newsletter.
Lanie Cantor, Paul Bayer and a dog in training not Onyx. I am a volunteer puppy raiser for Canine Companions, a national, nonprofit organization that provides service dogs to people with disabilities other than blindness.
Posted in Community on 20 May Tell your own Covid story for art, healing Visual storyteller Nilou Moochhala right wants to hear how the Covid pandemic has affected you. How have you managed the loneliness, the disruption, the fear?
Moochhala, who lives with her family in Arlington, wants to know your story as part a temporary public-art work inviting reflection and healing in a natural setting. See her online questionnaire, inviting everyone who lives, works, goes Posted in Arts on 09 May Mirak, whose family has a long history of giving, comments on Armenian genocide When Joe Biden became the first U.
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Turkey, in whose territory the years of killings occurred, condemned it, acknowledging that atrocities occurred but dec Posted in History on 29 April Curro Jr. Elaine Shea supporting schools. Posted in People on 23 April Student banner process explained A second t statement -- submitted by Cristin Canterbury Bagnall and Stewart Ikeda, cochairs, Arlington Commission for Arts and Culture ACAC -- includes clarifying details about the process and timeline involved in approving and choosing the banners.
An earlier statement is below. Students and parents involved declined a YourArlington request to discuss the art anonymously but asked to Posted in Art on 22 April Let's be more specific: The video's creator and presenter is 9-year-old Vega Pearl-Martinez. The involved with the Hardy team is unclear because of the pandemic, keeping members apart. Posted in Environment on 03 April We need to increase affordable housing in Arlington Rosalind Shaw of Richfield Road, Arlington, submitted this letter, written in the light of a proposed Town Meeting article, which the Redevelopment Board is to consider March After a year of pandemic, many of us, as well as our neighbors, friends and family, are struggling on reduced incomes.
Some are on furlough. Many lost their jobs altogether. Businesses have folded. Many had to stop w Posted in Housing on 12 March New site de spurs plea Random snapchat code text is underway at YourArlington. The changes lie in the site's de -- and in a more direct plea to you, the readers, many of you Arlington residents. First, the fresh, updated look. The main goals are to improve the site's disp Posted in Media on 08 May Your Arts.
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