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New regulations proposed to safeguard animals in MA

(Emilian R. Vicol) The Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources has issued draft regulations to improve standards of care for animals in the Commonwealth. Among other things, these regulations are intended to: Afford animals the right to fresh food and water, sanitary conditions, proper housing, and prompt veterinary careReduce the risk of zoonotic diseases (spread from […]

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Charlie Baker steps up the pressure for housing bill

When does getting a majority of votes not count as a win? Unfortunately for people worried about housing shortages in Massachusetts, the answer is when you try to change local zoning rules. Source Article

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Arlington 2019 Town Election Results, Voter Turnout

Arlington held its annual town election Saturday. (Jenna Fisher/Patch) ARLINGTON, MA — The results of Arlington’s annual town election are in, and the town has decided on a new select board member. Finance Committee member Stephen DeCourcey defeated Robert Tosi Jr. to fill late selectman Kevin Greeley’s seat. DeCourcey received 3,554 votes to Tosi’s 2,468. […]

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Arlington Town Election 2019 Guide

Arlington’s annual town election will be held Saturday, April 6. (Shutterstock) ARLINGTON, MA — The annual town election will take place Saturday, April 6. Residents will be asked to elect a moderator, assessor, select board member and two school committee members — all for three-year terms. A five-year housing authority member will also be on […]

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Additional Information About 288 Washington St, Arlington, MA 02474

288 Washington St, Arlington, MA 02474 288 Washington St, Arlington, MA 02474 *School data provided by National Center for Education Statistics, Pitney Bowes, and GreatSchools. Intended for reference only. GreatSchools Ratings compare a school’s test performance to statewide results. To verify enrollment eligibility, contact the school or district directly. Source Article

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CREMENS, Doris M. (McMahon) Of the Gables of Winchester, formerly of Arlington, October 18, 2016, died at the age of 96, beloved wife of the late Charles H. Cremens. Born in Somerville, she was the daughter of the late George and Alice (Lawson) McMahon. She was a graduate of Boston’s Girls’ Latin School and Boston […]

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HCA to hold Walk for Affordable Housing

Housing Corporation of Arlington will host its 17th annual Walk for Affordable Housing from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 29. The walk begins and ends on the Jason Russell House commons at 7 Jason St., where HCA holds pre- and post-walk activities for all ages including free food, face painting, live music, balloons, Lego […]

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FREMONT-SMITH

FREMONT-SMITH, Harriet (Bateman) Of Lexington, MA formerly of Brookline. Died on April 22, 2018 from a long battle with Alzheimer’s disease. Wife of the late Maurice Fremont-Smith. She is survived by her sons Maurice Fremont-Smith, MD of Exeter, NH, Peter Fremont-Smith of Whitefish, MT, Gregory Fremont-Smith of Brookline, MA and John Xavier Fremont-Smith of Ellicott […]

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It’s happening in Canton, Holbrook, Randolph & Stoughton

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 […]

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