Daily Archives: October 27, 2013
Somerville’s Ward 2 ResiStat Community Meeting Tues, Oct. 29th
The Ward 2 (which includes Union Square, Brickbottom, and the Lincoln and Perry Park areas) ResiStat community meeting is this Tues., Oct. 29. Join Mayor Curtatone, Alderman Heuston, City and elected officials, and your neighbors, at the Ar…genziano School, 290 Washington Street, from 7-8:30 p.m., to share data and talk about what’s going on in Somerville and your neighborhood. A social half-hour (with free pizza!) will run from 6:30-7. And, if you haven’t already, help shape the agenda for Tuesday by taking this survey: http://bit.ly/tUWAOe. Photo by sushiesque.
TheSomervilleNewsWeekly.com “Favorite Halloween Costume Photo of The Day”
Somerville’s New “Founders Ice Rink” Dedicated
By William Tauro
This past Saturday Oct. 26th the City of Somerville officially dedicated it’s new ice rick as the Founders Rink at a special event.
The new ice rink was opened in 2012, two years after the City took control of the Veterans Memorial Rink.
The City of Somerville also honored five veterans – George Hughes (Army), John Doncaster (Army), Raymond Deeran (Navy), James Papaluca (Marine) and Joseph Guidi (Navy) – who founded the Somerville Youth Hockey Association in the 1960’s. Now that it’s officially dedicated, the five men’s names now appear on a plaque at the new ice rink at 570 Somerville Ave., next to the Veterans Memorial Rink.
The ice rink will also be home to Igor and Somerville’s own, Boston Stars Elite & Select Hockey Teams. Continue reading Somerville’s New “Founders Ice Rink” Dedicated
The Somerville News Weekly Welcomes Matthew McLaughlin To The News Team As a Weekly Guest Writer!
Matthew is not a stranger to the writing world.
In past years Matthew was a journalist in the Army in Iraq. He also wrote for the former Somerville News when he returned home.
Matthew expressed to us that he would definitely be interested in writing a weekly column about his true experiences and adventures here in the Ville!
So don’t miss it and look for it in our print edition as well as online!
The Spirit of Somerville, The Book
By William Tauro
Former Somerville Mayor/Middlesex County Register of Deeds, turned aurther, Gene Brune hosted a book signing event with the Somerville Kiwanis Club this past week.
Gene’s book, “The Spirit of Somerville,”tells Gene’s life story of growing up in Somerville.
“Makes The Perfect Christmas Gift”
“The Spirit of Somerville” can be found at “The Book Shop” located at 694 Broadway in Ball Square, Somerville.
Photo L to R:
Bud Knox, Gene Brune and Kiwanis Rui Domingos