Here’s Your Newstalk Shout Out Loud and Your Locations Where You Can Pick Up Your Copy of The Somerville News Weekly
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 Magoun 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 Wmtauro@Bostonnewsgroup.com and we will add you to our ever growing popular list of pick-up-locations across the Ville.
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Here’s Your Weekly Dosage of Newstalk Shout Out Loud for December 17th, 2013
We want to send a happy birthday shout out to our good friends Maria Curtatone, Joe Nargi and Cheryl Callahan! These three fantastic people can always cheer up your day with their smiles and sense of humor! We know the partying is going on this week in the Ville for sure because these three party animals know how to celebrate! Happy Birthday to all!
Congratulations to Somerville Police Officer Nicholas Stiles who this past week reported for and is honored at his final roll call 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.
Our phones are ringing off the wall as well as more clues on DPW related names, places and even a few cell phone videos being dropped off on our front steps. Mostly stuff being dropped off from a few very concerned citizens and surprisingly even from some city employees that are applauding us for not dropping the ball on the alleged DPW Garage scandal. From listening to all these people it sounds like they’re sick and tired of watching a few privileged, or just maybe they think that they are privileged getting away with what they have been for so long. What is more puzzling is that the tight lipped-syndrome must be contagious because even the alderman, new and old are walking by it as if it doesn’t even exist. But regardless we will be reporting this to the end.
Some movement on an article that we posted in Newstalk Shout Out a few weeks back regarding the waste of dissolved salt in the uncovered salt pile at the DPW yard. Apparently they’re talking about putting a lid on it and when we say lid we mean finally covering the salt pile with a roof or even just a canvas. Anything is better than how it has been for many years with nothing at all. It’s a shame watching that expensive city owned salt that the taxpayers are paying for just get washed away every time it rains. A little bit of commonsense goes a long way don’t you think?
Congratulations to the City of Somerville for a job well done handling the first blizzard of the season! The surrounding cities and towns have nothing on us because our streets look great and were cleared fast and correctly! Hats of to everyone at the Somerville DPW, The Somerville Police, Somerville Fire, to all the PCO’s and tow truck drivers involved for a job well done!
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Our condolences to the Watson family for the loss of Russell Watson. Russell was a very nice guy, a true gentleman and well respected here in the Ville as well as around Medford and Boston. Russell will be sadly missed by many.
What’s on your holiday wish list? If it was for street sweeping to hurry up and get done for the season, you’re in luck! Street sweeping has been called off for the rest of the year.
Senator Sal DiDomenico is having a party on Wednesday night December 18th, from 5:30-7:30 for his annual fundraiser at Oliveira’s Restaurant located at 751 Broadway, Everett. Senate President Therese Murray will be joining him as well. Sal throws a great party where everyone has a ball! Suggested Donation $75 • $125 • $250 • $500 Complimentary Beer and Wine. For more information, please call (617) 387-3327.
Also on the following night Thursday December 19th, from 6-8pm, Middlesex County Sheriff Peter J. Koutoujian is hosting his Annual Holiday Celebration. It’s going to be held at the City Streets Restaurant located at 249 Lexington Street in Waltham MA 02452. Suggested donation is only $25. and well worth it because the sheriff throws the ultimate bash or bashes! We hope to see you at either or maybe both event!
If we didn’t mention your birthday, anniversary, marriage or fund raising event etc, etc, its possibly because you didn’t let us know about it yet! Send all you announcements to Wmtauro@Bostonnewsgroup.com to be posted live online as well as here in Newstalk Shout Out for the world to see! It’s effective and free so send it in!
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-six pages and it’s still not enough yet! We are Somerville’s only 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 a short time!
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