In joint effort between CHA, Cataldo Ambulance, Somerville Board of Health and Somerville Fire Department, nasal Narcan is in full service on all Continue reading SOMERVILLE FIRE DEPT. FULLY EQUIPPED WITH NARCAN ON ALL FIRE COMPANIES
MBTA agrees to construct dedicated bicycle and pedestrian way in conjunction with Green Line Extension, creating 2-mile path through Somerville
SOMERVILLE – The Community Path is Continue reading COMMUNITY PATH EXTENDING TO BOSTON
GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS WEDNESDAY, April 30, the 120th day of 2014 with 244 to follow. Sunrise in the Boston area is @ 5:41 and sunset is @ 7:41. The moon is waxing. The morning stars are stars are Neptune, Saturn & Venus. The evening stars are Mercury, Mars & Jupiter.
Continue reading GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS by John Dwyer
Denise Taylor, Director of Communications: 617-625-6600 x2620
Steven DeCarlo, Director of City Cable: 617-625-6600 x2617
Joe Constantine, City Cable Producer: 617-625-6600 x2611
*Programs and broadcast times can change due to event addition or cancellation.
CITY TV 13/22
Wednesday, April 30
9:00am:Patriots Day Celebration
10:00am:SHS Asian Night
Continue reading EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF COMMUNICATIONS – SOMERVILLE CITY CABLE: CABLE CONNECTION City TV (13/22) & Educational Channel 15 (15)
Throughout the month of May and a bit into June, the Somerville Historic Preservation Commission (SHPC) partners with other local organizations to host events honoring Somerville’s history and historic assets. All events are open to the public and free unless otherwise noted.
Tuesday night at 11:00pm a motor vehicle driven by a man traveling along a back access road behind the Amelia Earhart Dam in Somerville crashed through barriers and landed in 25 feet of water totally submerged in the Mystic River Locks closer to the Everett side.
Somerville Police Officers climbed down a small access ladder and pulled the man that was clinging to the ladder to safety.
Somerville Police requested for the Massachusetts State Police Dive Team to search and make sure that there were no other occupants in the submerged motor vehicle.
It is alleged that the man was intoxicated.
He was transported to the Massachusetts General Hospital for observation.
Members of the Public May See Public Safety Personnel Responding to Simulated Emergencies. Exercise Will Consist of Several Events Throughout City and Region. No Danger to the Public.
Continue reading Urban Shield: Boston to Test Region’s First Responders
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GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS TUESDAY, April 29, the 119th day of 2014 with 245 to follow. Sunrise in the Boston area is @ 5:42 and sunset is @ 7:40. The new moon is exact @ 2:15 AM. The morning stars are stars are Mercury, Neptune, Saturn & Venus. The evening stars are Mars & Jupiter.
ON THIS DAY IN:
Continue reading GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS by John Dwyer
Classes resume on Monday, April 28th. We look forward to welcoming your student(s) back to class.
Below is a quick update on what’s coming up in our schools and community next week.
News & Notes
Continue reading Connections: A Newsletter from the Somerville Public Schools – April 25, 2014
Several John F. Kennedy students taught by History teacher Jennifer Sears, will travel to Washington D.C. to compete in National History Day. Students from the Kennedy initially Continue reading Kennedy School Student State History Day Champions
Mrs Jeffres, mom to our good friends, Phippy, Steve and JJ!
Happy Birthday to Eddie Abate who turns 83 this week! Happy Birthday (again) to Nancy Beach Bunny Shea. Hopefully we got the right “Starfish” this time, oops we meant to say “Bunny!” Happy Birthday to former Somerville Mayor Dorothy Kelly Gay aka (Auntie) as well as to Somerville Pop Warner President Roger Desrochers who is celebrating his birthday this week as well! Also Happy Birthday to our good friends Robin Legee-Voss, Dan Roslando, Bobby Kenny and Leo Saltman!
The National Rifle Association’s 2014 held April 25-27 in Indianapolis was a great success. There were record crowds and many of the exhibitors that last year holding back, were in full-force.
Continue reading Porter: The NRA is not just a ‘national hunt club By Neil W. McCabe
It is easier to forgive an enemy than to forgive a friend…
How about a family member? Funny how that quote by William Blake, famous English poet of the Romantic Age, doesn’t come out and address the pain of being betrayed by your own family. That’s because it’s not that romantic, and it’s certainly not a lost Continue reading By special request we were asked to post this again so here it is! Reality Bites by James A. Norton
In this weekly culinary column, I will be focusing on one dish – giving the reader a quick history of the dish, the classical preparation of it, and of course, my own spin on the classic.
Continue reading Cooking with Jonathan By Jonathan Jolicoeur
Concerned over the pace of the Union Square redevelopment process, organizations, residents and local businesses have been organizing: circulating talking points, a petition and lists of priorities.
Continue reading UNION SQUARE CONCERNS
Public meeting on Thursday, May 15, at 6 p.m. to gather community feedback
SOMERVILLE – The community is invited to a public meeting to provide feedback on a report that details how the City conducted its accessibility Continue reading CITY’S 2013 PEDESTRIAN ACCESSIBILITY STUDY AVAILABLE FOR COMMUNITY REVIEW
Medford School Committee Member and life-long Somerville/Medford resident announces campaign to represent citizens in the 34th Middlesex District
Continue reading DiBenedetto Launches Campaign for State Representative
At 9:57 p.m. on 25 April, 2014 I was assigned to the Uniform Patrol Division, car E-1. I was dispatched to Glen Street for a B&E motor vehicle. Officer was also dispatched. When we arrived we were met by the victim. Victim stated that she observed a male, q Continue reading Real Life Somerville Police Stories
On Saturday, April 26th, 2014, I was assigned to Somerville marked unit West Six. At approximately 1518 hours, the officer in West Seven reported that he was in Davis Square with three possibly intoxicated males that were Continue reading Real Life Somerville Police Stories