It’s hard to know where to start. Probably should start with Tony Pierantozzi, who will leave MASSIVE shoes to fill after this school year. Also credit to all the teachers and staff in our schools. And the lion’s share of the credit should go to our students and their families. What these scores reflect is the hard work and commitment you’ve put into your education. Incredibly proud of you.
Sunday, October 5 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
An a cappella concert at Prospect Hill Monument
Enjoy an afternoon of singing and snacks at Somerville’s first outdoor a Continue reading The Eight Tracks present: A Taste of A Cappella
For the last 30 years, Captain Charles Femino has been a dedicated employee of the Somerville Police Department. In his time with the department, Capt. Continue reading Somerville Police Department BEYOND THE CALL OF DUTY AWARD
The Somerville High School Class of 1974 will hold it’s 40-year reunion Saturday, November 29, at Holiday Inn Boston-Bunker Hill on 30 Washington Street in Somerville. There will be dinner and dancing.
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Welcome to the Arts at the Armory monthly mailer, our little missive to keep you informed about all the electric and artistic goings-on happening on Highland Avenue. As the mercury begins to fall and the evenings come earlier, the calendar at the Armory promises to be as colorful as the changing leaves!
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Senator Patricia Jehlen (D-Somerville) of the Second Middlesex District has been named an “Environmental Champion” and has been endorsed for reelection by the Environmental League of Massachusetts Action Fund (ELM Action Fund), Massachusetts League of Environmental Voters (MLEV), and Clean Water Action.
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THE HOUSE AND SENATE. There were no roll calls in the House or Senate last week. This week, Beacon Hill Roll Call looks at Question 3, one of the four questions on the ballot that will be decided directly by the voters in November.
(Somerville, MA) — The Post-Meridian Radio Players bring you the chilling sensation of Hallowe’en with Tomes of Terror: Nevermore, a selection of Edgar Allan Poe’s most well known tales, newly adapted for The Golden Age of Radio with actors in front of mics and live sound effects on stage!
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