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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
Big day for Billerica High project

The massive crane swoops down and grabs the final steel beam covered in signatures -- along with an American flag and Christmas tree attached to its top. Residents flash a smile, proud of getting a step closer to finishing one of the most important projects in Billerica's history.

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.

Mass. Senate opens ethics inquiry into Rosenberg

The Massachusetts Senate Committee on Ethics convened on Tuesday, formally beginning the investigation into whether former Senate president Stanley C. Rosenberg broke chamber rules. The investigation stems from last week's Globe report that detailed accusations from four men who alleged that Rosenberg's husband, Bryon Hefner, sexually assaulted or harassed them, and who said Hefner bragged he had influence over Senate business.

11 Teachers on the Gifts They Want for the Holidays

Finding the perfect holiday gift can be maddening , but really, once you have a sense of a person's taste, it's not impossible. This season, we'll be talking to members of various tribes to find out exactly what to get that college student , or serious home cook , or Star Wars fanatic in your life.

US Navy/New York Times Everett native killed in Pearl Harbor attack to be buried at Arlington

The remains of an Everett native who was killed in the attack on Pearl Harbor will be interred Wednesday with full military honors at Arlington National Cemetery, in a solemn rite that one relative said will bring sorrow but also pride for a man who "gave his life for the rest of us." "My mother had his flag that the Navy had given the family," said Tim Sova, 59, the nephew of Navy Radioman 3rd Class Howard W. Bean, who was 27 when he perished in the Dec. 7, 1941 surprise attack by Japan.

Study finds that group meetings with doctors provide more weight loss support-and help shed pounds

Losing weight is not easy. While we all understand the basics of shedding pounds, it's the sticking to it that tends to be the hard part.

The T wants parking lanes for buses. Will Boston give them up?

Ben Rubenstein used to regularly take the bus to Forest Hills to catch the Orange Line as part of his morning commute from Roslindale to work near Ruggles Station. But the stretch of Washington Street between Roslindale and Forest Hills is so congested that it can be faster if he makes the mile or so trek by foot than bus.

Adam Baldwin SPANKS David Crosby For Tweeting 'Trump Dummies' Aren't Welcome At His Shows

Twitter user Craig Rabe had some constructive criticism for David Crosby following a show that Mr. Rabe paid to see. You would think that, being an entertainer, you should be sensitive to the opinions of your audience given that your entire living revolves around keeping them pouring in to see you.

Sunday Puzzle: Throw Your Hat In The Ring

On-air challenge: Today's theme is the World Boxing Association - the W.B.A. Every answer is a compound word or a familiar two words in which the first word starts with "W" and the second word starts "BA-." Last week's challenge: This challenge came from listener Steve Baggish of Arlington, Mass.

The best places to get a roast beef sandwich in Massachusetts

Now, a little over a week and roughly 600 comments later, we've compiled your responses into a digestible list. Here's an unscientific look at the very best roast beef sandwiches in the Bay State, according to readers: To be fair, Harrison's shared our post on their Facebook page.

Bank robber with poor spelling skills pleads guilty

A Massachusetts man authorities dubbed the "spelling bee bandit" because the notes he passed to tellers during multiple bank robberies in the Boston area contained the same spelling error has pleaded guilty. Authorities say the Chelsea man entered an Arlington bank on Oct. 31, 2016, approached a teller and handed over a note written on a deposit slip indicating a robbery was in progress, except robbery was spelled with just one "B."

Eateries vie to serve Boston's biggest lobster roll

Paul Barker owner of Pauli's in the North End is now offering a 6-foot long, $1000 lobster roll. November 13, 2017 Staff Photo by Faith Ninivaggi. Pauli's on Salem Street in the North End claims to win the battle for the city's biggest lobster roll Tuesday, November 14, 2017.

'60s rock icon tells Trump fans in Massachusetts to give his shows a miss

Seems David Crosby played the Regent Theatre in Arlington last night. And seems he said some things that might offend the snowflakes who support the current president: @thedavidcrosby I loved your show in Arlington, MA last night until you brought up your political views.

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