A snow storm will impact the state starting late Sunday night or early Monday morning, and lasting until Monday night or early Tuesday Continue reading Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency:Snow Storm Sunday/Monday
Join Mayor Joseph Curtatone, The City of Somerville, Teen Empowerment, The Somerville Police Department and the Somerville Recreation Department for the 1st Annual Youth & Police Basketball game!
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(Finn) 85, of Somerville and Danvers, passed away from complications of Alzheimer’s on January 20, 2015. Rita was born in Somerville, MA, daughter to the late Albert and Mary Ellen (Grimes) Finn. Continue reading Remembering Somerville Pop Warner’s Coachs Steve and Dan’s Mom RITA GEORGIANA ORTOLANI of Somerville
With more snow expected, the City of Somerville is making more room by transporting the large number of snow mounds to a new local snow-farm.
Continue reading Somerville Making Room for More Snow by Snow-Farming Snow Mounds
The City of Somerville unveiled the Collier Memorial Plaque Presentation on Saturday in the lobby of the Somerville Police Station.
Continue reading Sean Collier Memorial Plaque Unveiled in Somerville
GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS SATURDAY, January 31, the 31st day of 2015 with 334 to follow. Sunrise in the Boston area is @ 6:59 and sunset is @ 4:55. The moon is waxing. The morning stars are stars are Jupiter & Saturn. The evening stars are Mars, Mercury, Neptune, Uranus & Venus.
ON THIS DAY IN: 1848 – Major John C. Fremont, popular for his mapmaking expeditions to the West, was court-martialed on grounds of mutiny and disobeying orders. Stephen Kearny brought charges against Fremont when a dispute arose over who held governing authority in California.
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Sullivan died Tuesday, Jan. 27.
The following is from Doherty Funeral Home.
Continue reading Remembering Former Somerville Firefighter Patrick Sullivan Jr
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Continue reading SOMERVILLE POLICE BEYOND THE CALL OF DUTY AWARD
Every snow storm we hear stories of generous Somerville residents who help out their friends and neighbors, and during Winter Storm Juno we’d like to Continue reading Somerville:Know a Snow Star
A walking tour departs from the Old Post Office at 9am, with the meeting to follow at 10am. Presentations and table exercises will also be facilitated in Spanish, Portuguese, Hatian-Creole, and Nepali. Learn more about Somerville by Design and #PlanUnionSquare at http://www.somervillebydesign.com/.
Albert “Al” D’Ovidio, 87 of Somerville, died Sunday after a brief illness in the de Rham Hospice Home, Cambridge.
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