Neighboring Arlington plays a role in the just-released biopic “Professor Marston & the Wonder Women” thanks to Cambridge’s Mike Bowes, a line producer who scouted the town originally for a documentary four or five years ago.
Student films from Cambridge and as far away as Australia, Canada, China, India, Mexico, Netherlands and Portugal are among 20 showing next month at the seventh Arlington International Film Festival.
A mosquito sample from a trap in West Cambridge tested positive for West Nile virus Thursday, health officials said, and positive mosquito samples have also been detected in Belmont and Boston.
State Rep. Dave Rogers, a Democrat in the 24th Middlesex District made up of two precincts of Cambridge, five precincts of Arlington and all of Belmont, has four upcoming office hours.
The discovery came Saturday after “an exhaustive search” by Arlington, Cambridge and state police search and rescue teams, Ryan said. The search began Friday with concerns the man was depressed and could harm himself.
State Rep. Dave Rogers, a Democrat in the 24th Middlesex District made up of parts of Cambridge and Arlington and all of Belmont, plans a Cambridge office hour from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. June 9.
The city’s third annual gun buyback gives residents a chance to dispose of unwanted firearms with “no questions asked and no ID required.” More than 75 firearms were turned at buybacks over the past couple of years.
Opponents of an apartment project planned for the site of Cambridge’s Route 2 Lanes & Games bowling alley and Gateway Inn motel went away disappointed Monday when the Arlington Redevelopment Board decided against weighing in against the proposal.
State Rep. Dave Rogers, a Democrat in the 24th Middlesex District, plans four office hours this month, including one in Cambridge on May 4.
Neighbors opposed to an apartment project planned for the site of the Lanes & Games bowling alley and Gateway Inn motel have asked the Arlington Redevelopment Board to take a position on the proposal.