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Spring has officially arrived though it may not feel that way – just yet. Now is a great time to start the Mayor’s 5th Continue reading Mayor’s 5th Annual Fitness Challenge
On Monday, March 31st at 12:30 p.m. a screening of “Last Vegas” will be shown at our Holland Street Center. A Continue reading Back by popular demand the Somerville Council on Aging presents “Afternoon at the Movies.”
RESPOND Staff and Board invite you to find out what makes us pioneers in the work to end domestic violence. Join us for a toast in honor of our 40th Anniversary.
Continue reading You’re invited to RESPOND’s Open House Celebration
Why is balance important? The simple answer is, so you will not fall! However, expanding further, stablity is crucial Continue reading BALANCE AND STABILITY FOR SENIORS – Why is it important?
The City’s bond rating is like it’s credit score; the better our bond rating is, the better terms we can get when borrowing money for large projects – ultimately saving residents money.
Continue reading Recently, Somerville’s bond rating jumped two levels (to AA+)! Why is this so exciting?
Take a community walk through the square and join in an open house with Team Better Block to share ideas about Union Square designs. The walk and Continue reading How can Union Square be even cooler?
Why an alternate proposal? The City recently ended negotiations with Tufts University on their proposed project at the site because Tufts could not meet the project timeline. So now we want to Continue reading Join the City and your neighbors in looking at alternate proposals for the Powder House Community School site
If you live in the property you own in Somerville, you may already be eligible for one of the highest residential Continue reading Somerville, you may already be eligible for one of the highest residential exemptions
A fantastic event took place in Somerville this past Saturday morning, the Celebration of Greek Independence Day in honor of PFC George Dilboy at Somerville City Hall where they also gave an award in honor of slain MIT Police Officer Sean Collier.