A town in Middlesex County, Arlington has a population of 42,844 people and is a mere 6 miles northwest from Boston. Rich in history, the town was originally settled in 1635 by European colonists under the name Menotomy. In 1867, the town was renamed Arlington, after the Arlington National Cemetary. Today, Arlington is a flourishing community that houses institutions such as the Arlington Center for the Arts, the Robbins Library, the Cyrus E. Dalin Museum, and the Jason Russell House. The town of Arlington is dotted with parks, ponds and even a memorial statue of Uncle Sam. Arlington operates with an excellent school system, consisting of seven elementary schools, a middle school and a high school.
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