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Randolph group to screen film on racial inequality in prison

Our Revolution, Randolph chapter, will show the film, “13th,” at 6 p.m. April 10 at the Turner Free Library, Randolph. The documentary film by Ava DuVernay examines race, justice, and mass incarceration in our country while outlining its history of racial inequality. The name refers to the 13th Amendment: “Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for a crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.” Light refreshments will be served. Our Revolution is a national organization which grew out of the Bernie Sanders campaign. For information on ORMA Randolph or this event, email ormarandolph@gmail.com.

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Eating Jesus‘ Flesh Gave This Man Worms

Arlington, MA – After a lifetime of eating the flesh and drinking the blood of Christ, Andrew Carter is riddled with parasitic worms. The 35-year-old freelance blood donor’s life has been upside down since the diagnosis. “I gave blood regularly. The last time I was pulled aside and told I’m infested with christus schistosomes.”

Christus schistosomes are worms found in uncooked fish, dirty water, and the flesh of Christ. Historians and scientists from the Theological Institute of Technology (TIT) agree that Jesus Christ, i.e., The Lamb of God, had worms at the time of his crucifiction. “Church doctrine specifically states Catholics eat the actual flesh of Christ during communion. It’s easy to see how some Catholics end up with getting the messianic worms.”

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Arlington April Town Meeting: What To Know

ARLINGTON, MA — Next month there’s an election. Then on the heels of that, there’s the annual Town Meeting. And hold on to your horses, folks; there are more than 45 items for the town’s legislative branch to discuss at said Town Meeting.

The docket includes a proposal from some residents to move the time of Town Meeting from 8 p.m. to 7 p.m., a proposal from the Town Clerk to amend the animal Control bylaw to bring it up to speed with 2016 State Law. It also proposes changing the name of the Board of Selectmen to a more gender neutral “Select Board,” as a number of other communities have recently done.

What’s on the ballot April 7? Two Selectmen for three years One Assessor for three years, Two School Committee Members for three years...

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Robert J. Zaino Jr.

Robert Joseph Zaino, Jr.,61, of Naples, FL and formerly of Arlington and Cape Cod, MA, passed away Thursday, August 3, 2017, peacefully in his sleep of a heart attack. Bobby was the son of the late Robert Joseph Zaino, Sr. and his loving mother, Camille (Argento) Zaino of Naples, FL. He is survived by his dedicated family, his daughters whom he treasured dearly, Ariana and Billy Dean of Millville, MA; Sasha and Erik Meyer of Hopedale, MA; his two grandsons, Dominic and Daxton Dean; his three brothers, Gregory and Suzanne Zaino of Naples, FL; Scott and Nadine Zaino of Centerville, MA; and Paul Zaino (pre-deceased) and his wife, Bonnie of Naples, FL. He leaves many nieces, nephews, cousins, and his most loyal companion, his beloved dog, Fabio...

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In reelection bid, Curro aims to put a decade of experience to work

QUERIES FOR HOPEFULS: What basic challenges does Arlington face? How would you address each? Potential candidates for majors offices in the April Town Election answer.

Eyes enrollment, fiscal discipline, affordable housing

Curro: ‘Too many squeezed by cost of living.’

With a decade of experience in key Arlington positions, Joseph Curro Jr. looks forward to serving again on the Board of Selectmen.

He is an official who tries to paint with a broader brush by providing a brief, illustrative story about Arlington at the beginning of meetings he chairs. In this case, asked the three most basic challenges facing the town, he ticks them off with no introduction:

1. School enrollment and facilities pressures;

2. Maintenance of fiscal discipline, financial stability and high service levels; and

3...

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Additional Information About 7 Greenwood Rd, Arlington, MA 02474

7 Greenwood Rd, Arlington, MA 02474 - MLS 72276556 - Coldwell Banker

7 Greenwood Rd, Arlington, MA 02474
7 Greenwood Rd, Arlington, MA 02474

7 Greenwood Rd, Arlington, MA 02474 is a single family home for sale, and has been listed on the market for 3 days. 7 Greenwood Rd is in the Brattle neighborhood, which has a median listing price of $789,000. The median listing price for Brattle is 17% greater than Arlington at $650,000, and 101% greater than MA at $379,000. Nearby neighborhoods like Arlington Center, Arlington Heights, East Lexington, and East Arlington have a median listing price of $764,000. The schools near 7 Greenwood Rd include M. Norcross Stratton Elementary School, Ottoson Middle School, and Arlington High School, which are all in the Grade School: Stratton, Middle School: Ottoson, and High School: Ahs district...

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Arlington, MA Real Estate: Rentals

There are a few big perks of renting a home. For starters, you’ll save money on monthly utility bills which are generally lower. Plus, having a landlord look out for general maintenance issues can be a huge load off. Oh, and yard work? Zilch.

Whether you need a pet-friendly space or prefer a pad with a pool, new rentals hit the market everyday. Browse nearby apartments, condos, and houses for rent in Arlington listed by our partners at realtor.com.

There are a few big perks of renting a home. For starters, you’ll save money on monthly utility bills which are generally lower. Plus, having a landlord look out for general maintenance issues can be a huge load off. Oh, and yard work? Zilch.

Whether you need a pet-friendly space or prefer a pad with a pool, new rentals hit the market everyd...

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Ready To Move To Arlington Masschusets? Here Is What You Should Look For

Have you ever considered moving to Arlington, Massachusets? If not, you should, it is a great area to live. In fact, we are going to show you three ways in which you can buy some of the best real estate in Arlington.

Consider the location. Area is really vital because of institutions, work, as well as next-door neighbors. Some houses may appear very attractive, yet are located in bothersome areas, or in poor areas. Some neighborhoods have excessive noise and also high crime prices. Better apartment or condos will certainly be far eliminated from these undesirable elements. Unfortunately, the extra pricey houses are usually the apartment or condos in far better locations. This is an inevitable fact, and should for that reason be taken into factor to consider when looking for a house...

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Tips To Consider When Furnishing A Studio Apartment

Tips To Consider When Furnishing A Studio Apartment

It can be quite tricky to furnish studio apartments in Arlington. However, if everything is done in a proper way, your apartment can be made to feel really cozy and homey, no matter what the size of the apartment may be. Here are some tips that everyone should consider for opening up their studio apartment and give it a spacious feeling.

Firstly, your entire apartment is just a single room, so it would be helpful for you if you are able to create separate rooms inside that single room. This way you will be able to manage and organize your space in a better way. You can achieve this only by hanging some curtains, putting rugs in different areas, and using the folding screens or bookshelves for creating partitions...

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