Somerville’s annual MLK Day Ceremony takes place Monday, January 19, 11 a.m. at the East Somerville Community
School Auditorium. Stop by for a celebration that includes inspiring performances by local groups and student essayists. Monday
is a school holiday – all schools and district offices will be closed in observance of national Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
*Programs and broadcast times can change due to event addition or cancellation.
Continue reading EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF COMMUNICATIONS – SOMERVILLE CITY CABLE: CABLE CONNECTION_ City TV (13/22) & Educational Channel 15 (15)
This past Thursday night, The Somerville Chamber of Commerce hosted its monthly and first of 2015, “Business After Hours” event at the Foundry on Elm Street.
Continue reading Somerville Chamber of Commerce Rocks the Foundry on Elm
The Somerville Arts Council (SAC) seeks to support and present local puppet companies in the area. SAC seeks touring puppeteers and puppet companies for a curated indoor or outdoor performance series of puppetry Continue reading Somerville Arts Council:PUPPETPalooza 2015 Call for Talent
For the months of January and February, the Somerville Arts Council and the Inside-OUT Gallery will be showcasing the work of emerging artist, Eric Christopher Hon. His continuous pursuit of artistic development and experimenting with various materials has led to his latest neo-impressionist series. This unique etched process creates a paradox–both vibrant and nubilous which converge on the same shared space to create its own narrative.
Continue reading Somerville Arts Council and the Inside-OUT Gallery featured artist, Eric Christopher Hon
For a third year the Arts Council is pleased to produce a city-wide dance festival.
Continue reading Dancing in the Streets 2015
Jax, an 18-month-old German Shepherd joined the ranks after completing a 14-week course with his handler, Officer Timothy Sullivan. Jax, along with 15 other dogs, representing police departments from all around Continue reading The Somerville Police Department welcomed a new police officer this week
Whether you want to find a new hobby, learn a new language, or continue your education, Somerville Adult Evening School has a class for you. Registration opens today, so visit the link below and see if any classes pique your curiosity.
Continue reading Learn something new in 2015:Somerville Adult Evening School
Annual ceremony will include live entertainment, American Red Cross Blood Drive
Continue reading Somerville MLK DAY CEREMONY SET FOR JAN. 19 AT 11AM
WOBURN – Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan has announced that 18 people have been arraigned on charges in connection with allegedly blocking four lanes of southbound traffic this Continue reading Eighteen People Arraigned In Somerville District Court In Connection With Allegedly Blocking Traffic On Interstate 93 In Medford
GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS FRIDAY, January 16, the 16th day of 2015 with 349 to follow. Sunrise in the Boston area is @ 7:11 and sunset is @ 4:36. The moon is waning. The morning stars are stars are Jupiter, Mercury & Saturn. The evening stars are Mars, Neptune, Uranus & Venus.
ON THIS DAY IN: 1547 – Ivan the Terrible was crowned Czar of Russia.
Continue reading GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS by John Dwyer
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2 Trespass On State/County Property
3 Resist Arrest
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We have some interesting headlines for the latest Somerville Neighborhood News show, a community news production brought to you by the dedicated staff, volunteers and interns Continue reading Somerville Neighborhood News Headlines
THE HOUSE AND SENATE: Gov. Deval Patrick was very busy on Beacon Hill before he left office and signed several bills that were approved by the Legislature in the waning days of the 2014 session. The new laws include the following:
Continue reading Beacon Hill Roll Call Volume 40 – Report No. 2 January 12-16, 2015
The Mayor’s annual State of the City address, and mid-term addresses by the President of the Board of Aldermen (BOA) and the Chairperson of the School Committee will be held at 6 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 19 in the Aldermanic Chambers at City Hall, 93 Highland Ave. Members of the public are invited to come for this look back at the past year’s efforts as well as a look forward to City and School initiatives in the coming year. Light refreshments will be served.