Deputy Chief Paul Upton Retires From The Somerville Police Department After Serving 30 Years

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By William Tauro

On Monday September 30, 2013 Deputy Chief Paul Upton retired from the Somerville Police Department after serving 30 years of distinguished service. Deputy Chief Upton has been a deputy chief at the department since 2008. Paul was the consummate professional which included being the department’s “Public Information Officer.” who’s responsibility was to as well as being a deputy chief, he had to deal with the media and inform the public, especially the good citizens of Somerville of any and all newsworthy events.that impacted their lives that involved the Somerville Police Department.

Paul Upton will be missed around the staion and we here at The Somerville News Weekly thank him for all his years of service to the Somerville Police Department and especially for a “Job Well Done!”

 

Stop by the Somerville by Design charrette in East Somerville today to share your thoughts on the future of the neighborhood.

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    There’s still time to have your ideas drawn up on the big boards! Today is the second day of the East Somerville design charrette (here’s a recap of day 1: http://bit.ly/18LbJVP). We’ll be in our makeshift design studio at 122-124 Broadway until 8 p.m. tonight on Tuesday, so come by to help shape the future of East Somerville.

The Spirit of Somerville”

Save the date & have breakfast with the author,

Former Somerville Mayor/Middlesex County Register of Deeds Gene Brune at his next book signing!

Oct 8th at 9:00am & Oct 9th at 10:00am

Pignones Café
319 Main St, Stoneham, MA

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Former Somerville Mayor Gene Brune signs copies of his book. “The Spirit of Somerville” at an event at the bookshop in Ball Square last week. More than 100 people, Including State Treasurer Steve Grossman came out to the event.

For More information visit our website: www.spiritofsomerville.com

Photo left to right: Ellie Blute, Teresa Cardoso, Gene Brune and Natalie Vieira.

Photo by William Tauro as shown in the Somerville Journal 9/26/13 print edition.

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SOMERVILLE’S OLDE MAGOUN’S HOSTS OKTOBERFEST BIERGARTEN!

 

 

Olde Magoun’s Saloon is bringing back the Paulaner Oktoberfest Biergarten, this time, making it a 2-day event on Saturday October 5th and Sunday October 6th from 12-6pm!

Paulaner is bringing an 18-wheeler truck outfitted with functioning taps and filled with each beer they produce including Oktoberfest Marzen, Oktoberfest Weisn, Pilsner, Lager, Hefeweizen, Salvatore Doppel Bock.

They’ll have a tent, biergarten picnic tables, music and authentic Oktoberfest food to go along with all the great beer. This is going to be the Oktoberfest event of the year you don’t want to miss!