Officer Nicholas Stiles shown here in a photo with Deputy Police Chief David Fallon and Lt. William Rymill reports for and is honored at his final roll call this past week after 40 years of law enforcement service to the City of Somerville. The men and woman of the SPD wish Officer Stiles well in his retirement. Officer Stiles has served Ward One for almost twenty years as the Ward’s Community Police Officer.
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Cars parked in City and school lots may Continue reading It’s over. The Somerville snow emergency is lifted as of 11 a.m. today
They got us through another big snowstorm by clearing the roads and keeping us safe throughout the night during the worst of the storm.
The streets looked fantastic during as well as the morning after the storm.
Our congratulations go out to the men and women of the Somerville Public Works, Police, Fire and T&P Departments for another job well done!
The Somerville Arts Council, working with the Mayor’s Office of Strategic Planning and Community Development, has created an initiative Continue reading The Somerville Arts Council working with the Mayor’s Office to help match your creative space needs
Sex Offender Registry Board Welcome Message
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