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Arlington's Youth Diversion Program will continue with a few changes. Thursday night, the School Committee approved the position of a town-wide attendance officer who will also have court and home liaison and diversion responsibilities. This will
U coach Walt Darby at 206-495-1733 or 13-U coach Ryan Patrick at 206-356-7244, or visit the team web site at www.bayoubulls.com . Basketball Registration for the Marysville Boys & Girls Club's High School Basketball program runs through Nov. 2...
Photos Matthew Modoono/Wicked Local staff photographer Junior David Shin goes up for a basket during Friday night's Arlington vs. Winchester boys basketball game at Arlington High School. Tonight is an important one for both the Arlington High
Arlington school board trustees working on a first-ever long-range plan for the district learned that, no matter how hard they embrace technology, they're still dinosaurs compared with teenagers. The school board, seeking youthful ideas as it crafts
The Arlington High volleyball team dipped to 1-10 overall on Tuesday after a 3-0 loss to Burlington. The Spy Ponders, who also lost to Cambridge on Monday, battled throughout the day against the Red Devils and dropped a close third game, 25-22.
Many were struck by the beautiful artwork on the cover, a reproduction of a mixed-media work by Arlington artist LeiSanne Doo. The catalog cover is a good indication of what is inside: an appealingly diverse selection of 140 classes, workshops, and
Efforts to make Arlington a more public-art friendly town are under way as organizers finalize the process of putting a mural on the side of the Boys & Girls Club building facing Spy Pond. The Public Art Committee received approval from the club's
This national video awards competition honors and promotes community media and local cable programs that are distributed on public, educational and governmental access cable television channels and is local cable's largest video awards competition.
While David Ardito, the interim visual arts director for Arlington Public Schools, was pleased with results of last year's Boston Globe Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, he's even more thrilled this year. Last year, 15 Arlington High School students
Arlington resident John Voci has a seemingly unattainable goal: to select music for a local dance that will make all of the women of Arlington happy. Voci's ambition, though, is a small aside to the dance's larger purpose of raising money to pay