Photos by William Tauro
Continue reading Protest Continue at Market Basket on Somerville Avenue Somerville
The next time you call for that ride please make sure you do your research to protect you and your family against any potential dangers that could be lurking out there.
Always check with your local police department or city hall and ask the following questions: Are they properly insured? Are they regulated by the police department to help ensure your safety? Will I get ripped off?
Continue reading Even in Somerville They Act Like a Taxi But Beware Are Most Not Insured Properly?
By William Tauro
L to Rt: Kevin Douglas of Russell Disposal, Tony Shelzi of ABG Realty ,Brazilian Secretary of Environment Kelly Do Prado Maia, Marco Tulio Braga Mariano of Brazil and Casella’s Representative of Business Development Mark S. Evans
GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS SUNDAY, July 27, the 208th day of 2014 with
157 to follow. Sunrise in the Boston area is @ 5:25 and sunset is @
8:16. The moon is new @ 6:43 PM. The morning stars are stars are
Mercury, Neptune, Uranus & Venus. The evening stars are Jupiter, Mars
ON THIS DAY IN: 1789 – Congress established the Department of Foreign
Affairs, the forerunner of the Department of State.
Continue reading GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS by John Dwyer
This past Friday our trip was to Battleship Cove in Fall River.
This trip was sold out but there are plenty of other trips, activities, groups & exercise classes that you can be part of.
Make sure to check out the City’s web site, our newsletter, the local papers & Somerville City Cable station to find out what’s happening.
Metro-Boston rides #HubwayEveryday. As a special way to recognize this, Hubway is calling all metro-Boston area designers & artists (and anyone else with a cool idea) to design one distinct, unique Hubway bike, and enter it into our #HubwayEveryday Design Contest!
Continue reading Will Your Design Be Hubway’s Next Limited Edition Bike?
The Central Branch library now has a computer loaded with software designed to make it easier for patrons with disabilities to use it. Accessibility features include MAGic, which is a screen magnifier for patrons with low vision, JAWS, which is a screen reader for patrons who have visual impairments, and Dragon Naturally Speaking, which allows patrons to read into a microphone and transcribes the words into a Word Document. The computer is set up in a quiet area of the library to allow for privacy and can accommodate patrons in wheelchairs or those with walking aids.
Find out more about the new accessible work station and other library programs at the library website: http://www.somervillepubliclibrary.org/.
By Meghan S. Laska and Wendy L. Pfaffenbach
The Demoulas Super Markets case was a monster, a modern-day Hydra: every time one evil head would be severed, two more would sprout in its place.
Click link to read article: http://masslawyersweekly.com/reprints/davismalm2/