Just how prepared have Arlington town officials been in ensuring residents are safe during this pandemic, now entering it's third year on our shores? And what happens as we get closer to the holidays when traveling is reaching and at times, even surpassing, pre-pandemic levels? We talk to the town manager.
A very popular upscale Arlington restaurant is closing up for good on December 16th. The owners have a very heartfelt message for their patrons.
80 years ago this week, the course of world history drastically changed, as the U.S. entered the second world war. An exclusive interview as the towns veterans services director reflects on the greatest generation.
What's currently playing the Regent Theatre this holiday season? A one-man show: "My Mother's Italian, My Father's Jewish, I'm Home for the Holidays! – The Therapy Continues." We'll talk to the star of the show.
All that and more on ACMi News.
0:00 Intro 1:14 COVID-19 Update 3:02 ABC Act 4:28 Twyrl Closing for Good 6:37 Draft Housing Plan 8:41 Pearl Harbor – 80th Anniversary 14:07 John Lennon Anniversary 16:17 Claire Kashuck Art 18:56 Marigold Bazaar Pop-Up Shop 21:41 The Ponder Scope 23:08 Boys & Girls Club Christmas Trees 24:15 "My Mother's Italian, My Father's Jewish, I'm Home for the Holidays!" 26:33 Closing/Holiday Windows