By William Tauro
Photo: Ward 1 Alderman Matt McLaughlin with recently promoted SFD Lt. Josue Velney and Josue’s brothers and friends.
This past Thursday evening five Somerville Firefighters were promoted in rank at city hall.
Below are the new promotion’s bio’s.
Wallace Forrest – Deputy Fire Chief:
Continue reading Somerville Fire Department Promotions
LEGOLAND Discovery Center at Somerville’s Assembly Row channels the Force with a full weekend of LEGO® Star Wars™ activities and intergalactic fun
Continue reading LEGOÒ Star Wars™ DAYS DESCENDS UPON LEGOLAND® DISCOVERY CENTER BOSTON NOV. 15-16
The identity of the individual in this photo is sought by the Somerville Police in connection with a string of thefts from local athletic clubs. Please contact Detective. Paul Duffy if you know this person’s identity:
The City of Somerville celebrated the reopening of the newly renovated North Street Veterans Playground on this Saturday morning.
Even though temperatures were in the high 20’s, the ribbon cutting was well attended.
Somerville’s Board of Assessors is holding two evenings of mobile office hours next week to answer homeowner questions about property taxes and assessments. You can come talk with the Board of Assessors:
* Wednesday, November 19, 6:30-8 p.m. at West Somerville Neighborhood School, 177 Powder House Blvd.
* Thursday, November 20, 6:30-8 p.m. at East Somerville Community School, 50 Cross St.
Continue reading Questions About Property Taxes and Assessments: Come to Somerville’s Board of Assessor’s Mobile Office
After being closed for two years due to Hurricane Sandy damage the Somerville High School auditorium is repaired and reopening! Join Mayor Joe Curtatone, Superintendent of Schools Tony Pierantozzi, Somerville High School Headmaster John Oteri, and members of the Board of Aldermen and School Committee on Monday, Nov. 17, at 6 p.m. for the reopening ceremony.
Historically, posters were used by leaders or movements to educate and win support of people who were perhaps illiterate. Some of these posters represent powerful expressions by various poster artists. Others represent the viewpoint of states and political groups motivated by ideology. In a number of countries, posters are Continue reading The Peace Dove at The Somerville Library
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CITY TV 13/22
Wednesday, November 19
Continue reading EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF COMMUNICATIONS – SOMERVILLE CITY CABLE: CABLE CONNECTION City TV (13/22) & Educational Channel 15 (15)
Happy 15th Anniversary to my treasured son, Ken Taylor and his wonderful wife, Karyn. Tom and I are truly blessed. ♡♡
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Did you know every two seconds someone in the U.S. needs blood? By donating you can help save up to three people’s lives! The need for blood is always high, especially around the holidays. Come to the Red Cross Blood Drive being held November 26th at the Armory from 10 am to 4 pm and give a meaningful gift that will always be remembered.
I am writing to thank my supporters during my bid for the 34th Middlesex District seat. Although I did not win the race, I know that Medford and Somerville will continue to thrive. I have walked the streets of this district, Continue reading Nick Lanzilli, One final post…
Somerville,MA- Last night Somerville Overcoming Addiction, a community group devoted to battling the substance abuse epidemic locally, held a screening of the documentary “The Anonymous People” for the kids at Teen Empowerment.
Continue reading Somerville Community Group Connects With Local Teens To Break Down the Stigma Associated With Addiction
Join us on Saturday for the 2014 Early Childhood Fair – Family Literacy Celebration. Healey School Gymnasium
from 10am to noon. Bring lots of smiles and a sense of adventure!
Continue reading Connections: A Newsletter from the Somerville Public Schools – November 14, 2014