As the army of the Islamic State bangs on the gates of Baghdad, one wonders what liberals are really thinking about saying and doing next.
When the time came to liberate the Iraqi Continue reading For more than a decade liberals have gamed Iraq for political gain, what now? By Neil W. McCabe
September 30th 2014 Somerville News Weekly Print Edition Online Click on link to read September 30th 2014 Somerville News Weekly Print Edition Online
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Continue reading EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF COMMUNICATIONS – SOMERVILLE CITY CABLE: CABLE CONNECTION City TV (13/22) & Educational Channel 15 (15)
4th Annual Health & Wellness Fair – Thursday, October 16th – 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M. at our Holland Street Center. Blood pressure screenings, glucose screenings, hearing screenings, reiki treatments, mental Continue reading Somerville Council on Aging Weekly Press & Organizational Information & Updates
On the above time and day I was dispatched to Everett Ave. for a past assault. Upon arrival at that location, I was met by Ofc. Goncalves (E2) and the victim in this case. Due to the fact that the victim spoke very broken Continue reading Real Life Somerville Police Stories
On Saturday, September 27, 2014, I, Officer Michael Capasso was on duty for the Somerville Police in marked cruiser 661. At approximately 18:55 hours, Officer Legros and I were Continue reading Real Life Somerville Police Stories
During the late afternoon of September 24, 2014 this investigator was contacted regarding an anticipated
On 09/25/2014, at approximately 10:46 AM, I, Officer Albert Gee while in full uniform assigned to West 6 was dispatched along with Officer Oswaldo Martinez assigned to West 7 was dispatched to a suspicious male on Holland St. Charlie 6, Officer Neil Collins responded as well.
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For the past several months, the FBI Bank Robbery Task Force has been investigating EDWIN O’GRADY, Massachusetts (MA). Information was received that O’GRADY has been Continue reading Real Life Somerville Police Stories
On Tuesday, September 23, 2014, I was working as Route-1, walking the area of Assembly Square. At approximately 8:55 A.M. Marked unit Continue reading Real Life Somerville Police Stories
On September 22, 2014 while assigned to marked unit East 2, I, Officer Anderson, was dispatched to Family Dollar located at 622 Somerville Avenue at approximately 0930 hours for Continue reading Real Life Somerville Police Stories
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Come Join us on Tuesday October 7th at the Mount Vernon in Somerville at 6:15 PM as we swear in a new Somerville Lions Club member, Skip Murray into the Somerville Lions Club. Skip is a great guy with great ideas and he will be an asset to the club. Come check us out and Join the Club!
William B Tauro, President
Dinner Members $5.00/ Non Members $15.00
Happy Birthday to all the Villens celebrating their birthdays in the Ville this week! Donna Baldasaro, Helen-Bill Gioiosa, Mark Lavelle, Michelle Petruzziello Doherty, Kaitlyn Wyatt, Angel Mullins Lipinski, Judson Walker Greene, Wilfred Mbah, Jean Mickiewicz Brunco, Joey Lacey, Senator Anthony Petruccelli and Arianna Louise Costa who is turning 1 year old!
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Rumor has it that Arthur Wahlberg, the oldest brother of film stars Mark Wahlberg and Donnie Wahlberg, might have a screening of his independent film, “The Rude, The Mad, and The Funny” – a feature comedy – at AMC Cinemas at Assembly Row in Somerville, MA to be followed by an After Party at a restaurant nearby. The film had a successful premiere on September 18th at the Hingham Patriot Cinemas, followed by an After Party at Wahlburgers, one of the family’s restaurants.
Thousands of Fluff lovers showed up in Union Square on Saturday to enjoy the festivities of Fluff Fest 2014
Continue reading Somerville “What The Fluff” Fest 2014
BOSTON (Sept. 26, 2014) — Mass. Eye and Ear is extending its high-quality, compassionate care north of Boston by opening a new center for otolaryngology (ear, nose and throat or E.N.T. care) and audiology (hearing care) in Medford, and by welcoming Dukhee Rhee, M.D., to its established Continue reading Mass. Eye and Ear Expands E.N.T. Access to Residents North of Boston Opens New Location in Medford; Welcomes New M.D. in Stoneham
By William Tauro
Hundreds attended the 2014 Collier Strong Kickball Tournament at Trum Field in Somerville this past Saturday to honor slain MIT police officer Sean Collier who was brutally murdered during the Boston Marathon bombing.
Collier had plans about his future jn Somerville and was going to become a Somerville Police officer before his tragic murder took place.
The 2nd annual event took place under sunny sky’s in 80 degree temperatures at Trum Field on Broadway in Somerville with an overwhelming crowd in attendance.
Two Somerville sisters, Judy and Nancy Medeiros, who are two of the hearts and souls of the organization, “Somerville Overcoming Addiction” who have be icons in the City of Somerville, looking out for our citizen’s Continue reading Special Persons of The Week Judy and Nancy Medeiros
It’s officially fall, and it looks like we’re in for a beautiful and fun first fall weekend!
Enjoy the weather and the company of friends and family on Saturday at the 9th Annual Fluff Festival in Union Square
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Somerville Songwriter Sessions at the Armory Cafe presents a concert with Wellesley singer-songwriter Beth DeSombre, Vermont singer-songwriter Phil Henry and Maine singer-songwriter Martin Swinger on Saturday October 4. Continue reading Beth DeSombre, Phil Henry, Martin Swinger @ Armory Cafe Sat Oct 4