Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev had a run in with Arlington police last Fourth of July.
The Boston Marathon suspect currently hospitalized and in police custody was involved in an incident last Fourth of July on Paul Revere Road in Arlington, according to a police release. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19, who has been charged in connection with last week’s bombing, appears to have been one of three males who was approached by police for drinking in a parked car in a “No Parking Zone.” Arlington Police Capt. Richard Flynn would neither confirm nor deny Tuesday that this was the specific incident referenced in the release. However, the incident is the only one from the July Fourth log that fits the description. Police responded to Paul Revere Road at about 7:25 p.m. that evening for a report of a small group of males drinking alcohol in …
Sunday, March 10, 2013
Check out stories making headlines in the Winchester region this week.
Here is a look at stories making headlines in the Winchester region this week: Arlington Heights Panera Closing: After weeks of rumors and speculation, it’s official: the Arlington Heights Panera is closing near the end of the month. A Panera Bread spokeswoman confirmed the news Wednesday, although she would not specify which day will be the bakery’s last. The bakery, at 1398 Mass. Ave., opened in 1998. Sen. Jehlen Speaks Out Against Beacon Street Reconstruction Plan: Somerville State Sen. Patricia Jehlen Tuesday weighed in on a proposed plan to reconstruct Beacon Street, a plan that would add cycle tracks and eliminate some parking spaces along the street. The proposal has been a contentious issue in the neighborhood in recent months. In…
Sunday, March 3, 2013
Check out some of the stories making headlines in the Winchester area this week.
Here are some of the stories making headlines in the Winchester region this week: Arlington Nude Man Apprehended at East Arlington Bus Stop: A nude man at an MBTA bus stop in East Arlington was taken into custody by police early Sunday morning. Arlington police responded to the bus stop in front of Homewood Suites on Mass. Ave. at about 6:30 a.m. Sunday for a report of a nude white male. Upon arrival, officers found the man, who was completely naked, sitting on a concrete slab. The man told police that he had been walking around for a few hours in the buff (it was snowing early Sunday morning). He said he was not sure how he got to the bus stop but he thought he might have walked there from Somerville, according to police. Melrose City …
Monday, January 28, 2013
Winchester resident Bill Phaneuf opened Frames...with a history Jan. 17 at the former Jeans Dirt Cheap space in Arlington Center.
A Winchester resident recently opened a business at the former Jeans Dirt Cheap location in Arlington Center. Frames…with a history opened at 21 Mystic St., Arlington, one of the storefronts along the path to the right of the Cyrus E. Dallin Art Museum, Jan. 17, according to its owner Bill Phaneuf. Phaneuf, of Winchester, has made and sold picture frames, mirrors, small furniture and home décor accessories with antique and reclaimed wood for about five years at various art shows, craft fairs and artisan markets, most notably the SoWa Vintage Market every Sunday in Boston’s South End. The Arlington store, however, is his first retail spot. “It allows me to stay in one place and be available, be consistent,” he said Wednesday afternoon. …
Thursday, January 3, 2013
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