Here’s Your Weekly Dosage of Newstalk Shout Out Loud for December 10th, 2013



The Somerville News Weekly Print edition can be found weekly in the bright red Somerville News boxes located at the following locations across the Ville: Union Sq. Post Office,

Dunkin Donuts Magoon Sq/Dunkin Donuts Somerville Ave (across rink)/Dunkin Donuts Broadway at McGrath Hwy/ Dunkin Donuts Middlesex Ave, Dunkin Donuts Twin City Plaza, Clairton Hill Bus stop, In the red news box across from Victor’s Deli & Ball Square Cafe in Ball Square, Winter Hill Post Office and Davis Square in front of Mike’s Restaurant. The paper can also be found at all municipal buildings including Somerville City Hall, Traffic & Parking and all Council of Ageing Buildings, All Winter Hill Banks, Pats Auto Body Linwood Street, Nissenbaum’s Auto Parts, Cambridge Portugese Credit Union, Century Bank, Lotus Express, Brady Towers, Claidon Hill Apartments, Cobble Hill Apparetments, The Armory, Quick Mart Highland Ave, Somerville High, & Eleven next to Trum Field, 350 Foodmart, Jerrys Liquors, The Book Shop Broadway, West 7 Bistro Broadway, Somerville Credit Union, The Arts at the Armory Highland Ave, Most Senior Apartment Buildings, Somerville Police Station, Wedgewood Crane & Connolly Ins Agency Davis Square, Cambridge Mobile Sound 234 Monsignor O’Brien Highway, Somerville Computers, Vinnie’s Superette, Broadway Sunoco, Sovereign Bank Broadway, Dunkin Donuts Powderhouse and in just about every little store in and around the Ville! If you want your store location to be listed here as well on where to find The Somerville News Weekly, simply just call Billy Tauro at 1(888)625-2706 or email him at and we will add you to our ever growing popular list of pick-up-locations across the Ville!


Well,don’t know if you noticed yet of not that your Somerville News Weekly Newspaper has gotten a little bit fatter over the past month. We started out in October with just twenty-four pages, which is the usual norm around the city. Then in November we increased it to twenty-eight pages. But that still wasn’t enough to keep up with the demands of the Good people of Somerville so here we are now at thirty-two pages but don’t get too used to it because it’s still not enough yet! As of next week we will be a thirty-six page Somerville News publication to help keep up with a growing vibrant city that depends on news and communication so we can grow together! We would like to take this opportunity to thank the good people of Somerville for standing behind us when things got rough to get us here at this point where we are today and to where we are heading in such short time!

Our web sites handle a huge volume of over 300,000 readers every month with close to four thousand likes on many of them and almost five thousand likes on our sister station in Metro Boston! We have already launched new news publication sites in Malden, Medford, Everett Arlington Cambridge and Boston and trying very hard to got them in print before the new year with some and some after the new year in January of 2014! We have the bigger audience so advertise with us for only pennies a day and be seen by thousands daily!

And we don’t write vindictive nasty things about other news publications or bad things about anybody in general. Because that’s just plain stupid and that’s only a crash course to loose readers and valuable advertisers by doing so. Our paper is different . We report the news and we also report the human side of cities and towns and what they are doing to better the community in which we work, play and live. It’s all about making people happy and when people are happy , we are happy and the world becomes a better place!

Don’t forget that Saturday 12/14: Somerville Illuminations Bicycle Tour
On Saturday, December 14 is the Somerville Illuminations Bicycle Tour, a wintry night-time ride amongst warmly lit homes. The Somerville Bicycle Committee holds this event in conjunction with the Somerville Arts Council’s Illuminations Trolley Tour the same evening. Meet at 5:50 PM in front of the main entrance to Somerville High School, 81 Highland Ave. (next to City Hall). We’ll depart promptly at 6 PM, riding for about an hour.
Please wear warm clothes and light up your bike — the more lights, the merrier! Costumes are encouraged but not required. We suggest a $5 donation to support the Somerville Arts Council. After the ride, enjoy hot drinks, treats, and good cheer at City Hall.
we would like to send out a big get well soon Somerville Alderman Tom Taylor who has been in hospital for a little while and hopefully now on his way home on the mend. Tom is a great guy and we wish him all the best for a speedy recovery.

Also a get well soon shout out goes out to Richard Esancy who is out getting his gallbladder removed as we speak, Rich is a great guy and we want him to get well soon because your missed on Facebook Rich so get well soon!

Not any change yet in the DPW Garage alleged scandal. First we heard that the lead investigator on the case was going to be attending an academy and that the investigation was going to be handed off to another investigator. But then we heard that the old investigator was still on the case. Many impatient eyes focused on this case either waiting to praised the administration for catching it or ready to make fools out of them by showing the videos of what they missed or maybe swept away? Who knows, like we said we are just reporting what we hear and our ears are fine tuned this one you can be sure of! We will not drop the ball on this at all until the fat lady sings!

The Kiwanis Club of Somerville are holding their annual Toys for Tots toy drive on Thursday December 19th at 12:15pm at The Mount Vernon in Somerville. The event will also be a joint meetings of all three Somerville service clubs. The Somerville Rotary, Somerville Lions as well as the Somerville Kiwanis clubs and all of their members spreading the Christmas Holiday cheer. All members are asked to bring and unwrapped toy with them to the event. So don’t miss this Annual Holiday luncheon.
Two fantastic Somerville school concerts coming up! First
SPS Invites you to the ALL CITY MIDDLE SCHOOL WINTER CONCERT Thursday December 12th 7pm East Somerville Community School Auditorium. SOMERVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOLS Department of Music PRESENTS
District Winter Concerts: ALL CITY MIDDLE SCHOOL When: Thursday, December 12th 7pm Where: East Somerville Community School 50 Cross Street Come and enjoy the All City Middle School , Orchestra, Chorus,and Band! Tickets are free and available in the main office or at the door! Please come and support our student musicians!!
For more info contact: Richard G. Saunders Director of Music Somerville Public Schools
81 Highland Avenue Somerville, MA 02143


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