City TV (13/22) & Educational Channel 15 (15)
*Programs and broadcast times can change due to event addition or cancellation.
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Attached is the agenda for Thursday night’s Board of Aldermen meeting.
For your information, this meeting will stream live on the internet, and will be stored online, in a searchable format, at the City of Somerville’s Board of Aldermen’s meeting portal, http://somervillecityma.iqm2.com/Citizens/Default.aspx.
Continue reading BOA Agenda, Thursday, 6/12/14, 7 PM
The City of Somerville would like to invite all interested vendors to participate in the Summertime in Somerville Fireworks Celebration on Thursday, July 3, 2014 (rain date Continue reading Fireworks Vendors – community note
Every Thursday evening this summer, open house-style workshops to collect resident and stakeholder feedback to help shape Somerville’s future.
Continue reading CITY SEEKING COMMUNNITY INPUT ON PROPOSED ZONING ORDINANCE THROUGH PUBLIC WORKSHOPS
Somerville, MA, June 3, 2014 – Every year, some 50 future chefs learn to chop, baste, mince and sauté in the Somerville High School Culinary Arts program.
“The Culinary Arts program started in 1981,” head teacher Thomas Cardon told Somerville Neighborhood News. “It’s basically a program to teach students how to become professional cooks and professional chefs and professional bakers.”
Staff and the students run the Highlander Café, a restaurant and take- Continue reading What is Cooking at Somerville High School?
Photos by Frank Santangelo
Parts of Somerville looked like the Great Lakes during Tuesday afternoons heavy rain storm.
Vehicles parked on Richdale Avenue were partially submerged in water.
Photo by Tommy Ross and William Tauro
On Tuesday morning at 9:00am to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the fire at arrow paper that claimed the lives of 2 Somerville Firefighters Joseph Reilly and Robert Brickley. Firefighters from the station named in their honor stand at attention for a moment of silence.
Frank Conole, a retired City of Cambridge Dept of Public Works employee that lives not too far from the site for the past six years has been decorating the Somerville Fire Department’s / Arrow Paper Company’s Fire Memorial that’s located at 111 South St. in Somerville.
Francis shows up at every holiday with the a decorative wreath in festive decor to pay tribute to firefighters lost in the line of duty.
Continue reading Somerville Firefighters Hold Moment of Silence to Remember Firefighters Lost on Arrow Paper Fire 40th Anniversary
Happy Birthday Greetings to the following Villens celebrating in the Ville this week! Delores Haley, Anthony Galluccio, Denise Napolitano Grosse, Chuck Roche, Donna Amenta, Larry Bethune, Edward Ned Merrick, Rebekah Gewirtz, Lynda Norton, Happy 7th Birthday to Nicholas DeSantis, Happy Birthday 10-year-old Jack Lawhorne and Happy 16th Birthday to Michael Upton!
Continue reading Here’s Your Dosage of This Week’s Somerville News Weekly’s “Newstalk Shout Out!”
An intellectual pedestrian should not pose as an intellectual at all, for that is the ultimate combination of arrogance, ignorance and douchebaggery.
Continue reading 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
The bill by Speaker Robert A. DeLeo to restrict gun rights in the Commonwealth is not only a wrongheaded policy that will make the state less safe. It is also provides sad closure to the time when Massachusetts was a laboratory of democracy and a place where liberty was cherished.
Continue reading DeLeo assault on gun rights echos British attempts to take guns in 1775 By Neil W. McCabe
By Shannon Hardy
The proposed 2015 budget will invest an estimated $203,105, 629 in program expenditures. Mayor Curtatone with the City of Somerville’s Finance Director, Budget Manager, and SomerStat Director proposed a municipal budget plan for the 2015 fiscal year that surpasses previous year’s total financial plan. Curtatone denotes the $8,062,621 increase in expenditures to an evolving city with evolving needs.
Continue reading 2015 Somerville Budget
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Contributing Reporters on this Newscast: Sharon Johnson
Somerville may join the growing list of Commonwealth cities and towns that ban or restrict the use of plastic bags, and neither city officials nor most of those questioned in the streets recently oppose the idea.
Continue reading SNN: PLASTIC BAG BAN MOVES FORWARD