Somerville, MA — Somerville Overcoming Addiction is organizing a candlelight memorial vigil for this September’s recovery month. The vigil Continue reading Somerville group says “No more shame, no more stigma, no more deaths” LOCAL COMMUNITY GROUP TO HOLD VIGIL IN SOMERVILLE
By William Tauro
The Orange Line at Assembly Station officially opened at Assembly Row in Somerville this past Tuesday, September 2nd.
Continue reading The New Assembly T Station Officially Opened at Assembly Row Somerville
Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone, Ward 2 Alderman Maryann Heuston, and the Mayor’s Office of Strategic Planning and Community Development (OSPCD) invite all interested community members to the third in a series of meetings to discuss the renovation Continue reading Community Note: Lincoln Park Design Community Meeting RESCHEDULED for 9/15/14
Please join the Somerville Historic Preservation Commission (SHPC) for a Union Square Walking Tour, “Union Square: An Intermixing of Industry, Immigration and Innovation,” on Sunday, September 21 2 to 4:30 p.m. The tour is free, and will step off from Somerville High School, 91 Highland Ave. It will include interior tours of the historic St. Anthony’s Church and the new Greentown Labs, and will end with a reception at Machu Picchu Restaurant. This event is sponsored by SHPC and ArtsUnion. A rain date has been set for Sunday, Sept. 28. For more information, contact Brandon Wilson via email@example.com or 617-625-6600 ext. 2532.
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If it is true that the Republican Party presidential nomination process, boiled down to its essence, simply picks the next man who earned his turn, then its 2016 nominee will be former Pennsylvania senator Richard J. Continue reading Is Santorum the GOP’s next man up? By Neil W. McCabe
This past Thursday evening at Somerville City Hall in the Alderman’s Chambers, Michael Cabral took the oath of office and was sworn in as one of Somerville’s newest police officers.
Michael is the son of Somerville Police Deputy Chief Michael Cabral and he is also grandson to Former Somerville Mayor/ Register of Deeds Eugene Brune.
Friends, family and many of his new co-workers were in attendance at the ceremony to celebrate Mike’s special day.
A bad day at work is better than a good day in hell. – Scott Johnson
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