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Somerville Neighborhood News is a production of Somerville Community Access Television, made by professional journalists, volunteers and staff. The half-hour news show has as its mission to provide a lively, informative newscast focusing on the events, issues and information impacting Somerville residents. Here are the latest Somerville Neighborhood News Headlines:

SOMERVILLE PREPARES FOR IMMIGRANT KIDS
While some cities and towns have said they don’t want to host immigrant children from Central America, Somerville’s agencies, non-profits and many residents are welcoming them. Learn more in this segment from Somerville Neighborhood News at www.somervilleneighborhoodnews.org.

MARKET BASKET: REPORT FROM THE FRONT LINES
The manager, and customers, at the Somerville Avenue Market Basket say they continue to support the return of Arthur T. Demoulas as head of the 71-store supermarket chain. Learn more in this segment from Somerville Neighborhood News at www.somervilleneighborhoodnews.org.

WILL SOMERVILLE DIVEST FROM FOSSIL FUEL?
Ward 5’s aldermen and residents are mostly happy the Green Line will reach the neighborhood in the near future, but they are worried about the side effects. Learn more in this segment from Somerville Neighborhood News at www.somervilleneighborhoodnews.org.

GREEN LINE AND GENTRIFICATION HEADED TO WARD 5
Somerville has more bikers than ever. How are city officials and police coping? Learn more in this segment from Somerville Neighborhood News #20. Learn more in this segment from Somerville Neighborhood News at www.somervilleneighborhoodnews.org.

DISCUSSING UNION SQUARE PUBLIC SPACE
At a recent “Space in Between” meeting hosted by Union Square Main Streets and Union Square Neighbors, Continue reading SNN Headlines