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Arlington is located in Massachusetts, only six miles northwest of Boston. Notable residents have included comedian Dane Cook, author of A Man on the Moon Andrew Chaikin, actress Olympia Dukakis (Moonstruck), and actor Timothy Hutton (Ordinary People, "Leverage"). Also, two feature films have used Arlington as a filming location: The Out of Towners starring Steve Martin and Goldie Hawn, and Once Around starring Richard Dreyfuss and Holly Hunter.

Population: 42389
Local Newspapers: The Arlington Advocate The Belmont Citizen-Herald
Local Sports Teams: Boston Bruins Boston Celtics Boston Red Sox New England Patriots
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Zip Codes associated with arlington, massachusetts:
Towns/Cities near arlington, massachusetts : Belmont West Medford Winchester Lexington Teele Square

Arlington News
For NIMBYs and YIMBYs

Roads, parks, and rail trails aren't the most exciting topics in the world - unless you happen to live near one. Nothing like a new project to bring out the NIMBY in all of us.

Massachusetts Town Could Become Testing Site for Self-Driving Cars

Self-driving cars could be coming to Arlington, Mass., soon, as the Board of Selectmen have agreed to allow Town Manager Adam Chapdelaine take the first steps in bringing autonomous vehicle tests to town. Chapdelaine has been writing a memorandum of understanding with the state's Department of Transportation, which would allow self-driving car companies to apply to do their tests in town.

Gov. planning 'bit more' for opioid education

Gov. Charlie Baker, appearing before a legislative committee on Tuesday to pitch his newest opioid abuse treatment and prevention bill, told lawmakers the budget he intends to file next week will go beyond his initial $2 million pitch to help schools screen students for signs of addiction and educate them on the dangers of opioids. "It will be a little bit more," Baker told Rep. Diana DiZoglio of Methuen, who also raised questions about how that money would be distributed.

Belmont film festival brings stories to life

The Belmont World Film Family Festival is back - and this holiday weekend sees the 15th iteration focused on the theme "Where Stories Come Alive." Twelve programs featuring more than 30 top animated and live-action children's films from around the world - many making their international or North American premieres - plus a live version of WBUR's "Circle Round" will be presented in English and other languages, with subtitles for Dutch, French, Spanish, German, Hungarian, Norwegian and Swedish.

Find a farmers market this winter

If your New Year's resolution is to eat more vegetables, you might want to visit a winter farmers market. No matter that the fields are frozen and covered with snow.

Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff It's the kind of cold that - makes you reevaluate your life choices'

There was little more Nicole Giardina could have done - or, more precisely - worn. She had jeans underneath her thick coveralls, two pairs of wool socks under her snowboots, hat and gloves and several thermal shirts covered by a fat green work jacket.

MWRA worker dies after collapsing while clearing snow in Arlington

A Massachusetts Water Resources Authority worker died after collapsing while clearing snow at an Arlington water storage facility before dawn on Friday. The man, whose identity was not released, had worked for the MWRA for at least 20 years, said authority spokeswoman Ria Convery.

The Latest: Massachusetts state worker dies after storm

Police say an employee of the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority died while cleaning up after the winter storm that dumped more than a foot of snow on parts of the state. Arlington police tell WFXT-TV that the employee, who they did not publicly identify, went into cardiac arrest and was found in a snowbank at a facility for the water authority early Friday.

Fast-growing Leader Bank to launch new tech offering

No bank is adding deposits in Massachusetts at a faster clip than Leader Bank. It grew its in-state deposits by 45 percent from mid-2016 to mid-2017, the most of any bank with at least $1 million in assets that did not go through a merger during that time, according to FDIC data.

Anthony J. Roberto Jr., 74, of Marlborough

Anthony J. Roberto Jr., 74, of Marlborough, died Friday, Dec. 29, 2017 at Marlborough Hospital after being stricken ill at home. He was the husband of Maureen J. Roberto for the past 50 years.

Tread cautiously on $15 minimum wage

Despite support from a majority of its members, legislation that would raise the Massachusetts minimum hourly wage from $11 to $15 ended the year the same way it began -- pending before the Legislature's Labor and Workforce Development Committee. In 2017, the minimum wage in Massachusetts increased to $11 an hour, marking the final step in a three-year process that increased wages by $1 annually.

Arlington, Cambridge, Watertown, Everett to Pilot Bus Rapid Transit Features in 2018

Communities around Greater Boston, in partnership with the MBTA, will seek to create faster and more reliable commutes for more than 30,000 bus riders through a sequence of three pilot projects testing bus rapid transit features over the course of 2018. The pilots will include a combination of dedicated bus-only lanes that take bus riders out of car congestion, technology to time traffic signals so that buses get more green lights, and platforms that allow riders, including people in wheelchairs or with baby strollers, to "level-board" the bus quickly as they would a subway.

No bump yet for Mass. min wage earners

Despite support from a majority of its members, legislation raising the Massachusetts minimum wage from $11 to $15 is ending 2017 the same way it began the year - pending before the Democrat-controlled Labor and Workforce Development Committee. Meantime, citizen activists anxious to put a $15 wage floor on the lawbooks are moving forward with their plans to do so without any help from Beacon Hill.

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