Here’s Your Weekly Dosage of Newstalk Shout Out Loud for January 7th, 2014

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Good News, our print editions are expanding into not just Somerville but also into Medford, Malden, Everett, Arlington, Cambridge and all of Boston! 
It has been a long time in the making and we are proud to finally introduce six new local print editions of sister news stations to our Somerville News Weekly family!
Along with “THE SOMERVILLE NEWS WEEKLY”, our new weekly newspaper print editions are here and will be widely distributed within those cities and towns in the Metro Boston Area.
Just remember, Rome wasn’t built in a day so hold on, neither was our Somerville print edition. But with time we perfected it to be a thirty-six paper newspaper full of stories  and display ads. The same will become of our other sister stations once we get rolling and pick us momentum!
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ATTORNEYS WANTED: The Somerville News Weekly and our new Boston News Group Metro Buzz wants all your legal Probate ad notices! We now have along with Somerville print editions in: Medford, Malden, Everett, Cambridge, Arlington and all of Boston! So send us your legal ad business at rock bottom prices!  
 
Contact us at: Tel (617)293-2016,  Email:Wmtauro@bostonnewsgroup.com , Fax:(978)851-8809, Mail: PO Box 117 Somerville MA 02143. “Lowest Rates Around”  Why pay more?
 
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Congratulations to The Curtatone Administration, the Somerville Department of Public Works, the Somerville Police Department, Somerville Traffic and Parking, Pat’s Towing Service and the Somerville Fire Department for a job well done again regarding the last snowstorm!
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Many Birthdays going on in the Ville this week! We have Adam Gambino who is celibrating his Happy 35th Birthday, Marie Dimille Miele, Joseph McCain, Jerry JR Roach, Cherie Lee Neumullur, Janene Donnelly and Ken Sprague! Congratulations to all the boys and girls!
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Congratulations to Kelly Como on the birth of her fourth grandchild,  the gift from her daughter and son-in-law! Congratulations!
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We are hearing that the Union Square post office has to vacate and be out of their buildig and moved into the new post offcice storefront by January 15th. From what we heard the building has been sold and will be transformed into an arts and entertainmnet center for the neighborhood, at least  that’s what we think? Another problem that we heard that is rumored that there is a very big aspestos problem in the building that has been making some postal workrers real sick for some time now. As we learn more we will keep you up to speed on this story.
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Our thoughts and prayer go out to Alderman Tom Tayor who is back in the hospital again.  Although he wasn’t home for Thanksgiving and Christmas, Tom was home for New Year’s Eve and Day. Now he has since then been reregistered and checked into the Brigham and Womans again. Tom loves compaany so if you get a chance to give him a call or maybe even go pay him a visit, we’re sure that he would appreciate it very much!
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Green Line Extension Neighborhood Meetings Start January 8.
The Green Line Extension will run through some of the most densely populated neighborhoods in our Commonwealth, and the MBTA is looking for your input regarding noise mitigation. With that in mind, the first of
six neighborhood meetings will be held from 6:00pm-8:00pm on January 8 at the Somerville Holiday Inn (30 Washington St., Somerville).Each meeting will focus on the neighborhoods surrounding a single Green Line Extension station, with the first meeting zeroing in on Inner Belt, Brickbottom, and Union Square. I’ll be reminding neighbors of each meeting as it approaches, but here’s the full schedule Union Square Station, serving Union Square, Brickbottom, and Inner Belt: January 8, 6:00-8:00pm, Somerville Holiday Inn (30 Washington St., Somerville)
Washington Street Station, serving Prospect Hill and East Somerville : January 14, 6:00-8:00pm, Somerville Holiday Inn (30 Washington St., Somerville)
Gilman Square Station, serving Winter Hill: January 15, 6:00-8:00pm, Center for the Arts at the Armory (191 Highland Ave., Somerville)
Lowell Street & Ball Square Stations, serving Magoun Square: January 22, 6:00-8:00pm, Center for the Arts at the Armory (191 Highland Ave., Somerville)
Lechmere Station, serving the Glass Factory Condominiums, North Point, and East Cambridge: February 4, 6:00-8:00pm, Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center (41 Second St., Cambridge)
College Avenue Station, serving Tufts University and South Medford: February 5, 6:00-8:00pm, St. Clement School (579 Boston Ave., Medford)
If you have any questions about which meeting you should attend, please contact MassDOT at info@glxinfo.comzz
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Our thoughts and praers are also with Dee dee from that Somerville Cound\cil on Aging who is home on the mend after a breif illness. We wish her all the best for a speedy recovery.
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Join the Somerville Lions Club.
They meet every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month at the Mount Vernon Restaurant that’s located at 14 Broadway in Somerville at 6:15PM.
Come and check out on of our meetings and see what we are about!
Lions Clubs International, a service membership organization of 1,368,683 members world-wide, was founded in the United States on June 7, 1917, by Melvin Jones, a Chicago businessman. Jones asked, with regard to his colleagues, “What if these men who are successful because of their drive, intelligence and ambition, were to put their talents to work improving their communities?” Jones’ personal code, “You can’t get very far until you start doing something for somebody else,” reminds many Lions of the importance of community service. The Lions motto is “We Serve.” Local Lions Club programs include sight conservation, hearing and speech conservation, diabetes awareness, youth outreach, international relations, environmental issues, and other programs
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