In accordance with the City of Somerville’s snow removal policies and the City’s traffic regulations, residents are reminded that residential permit parking stickers must be clearly visible as of 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 4, and Continue reading Community Note: Cars, Parking Spots Must be Shoveled Out by 6 p.m. Thursday
East Somerville Main Streets is excited to announce Teresa Vazquez-Dodero as its new executive director. The selection was made after an extensive regional search. Vazquez-Dodero brings a wealth of local knowledge and experience from her previous position as the Community Liaison for the East Somerville Community School. Vazquez-Dodero will begin her new position at East Somerville Main Streets on February 17th, 2015.
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Services offered in connection with kickoff of neighborhood planning process
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Our condolences to the Haley family on the loss of their mom Dolores who passed away on Monday. Dolores was a very nice lady and she will be sadly missed by many of us who knew her here in Somerville.
Haley, Dolores I. (Vartabedian) –of Somerville and Medford, February 3, 2015. Beloved wife of the late Peter Haley.
Results From Greater Boston All-League Meet (Saturday 1/31)
The Somerville High School Boys Indoor Track team came from behind to record a victory (103.5 points) at the Greater Boston All-League meet on Saturday night at the Reggie Lewis
Update: The Hinckley St. sidewalk abutting the DPW yard, was cleared mid-yesterday afternoon.
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The Somerville High Girls Track team finished 2nd at the GBL Championship meet on Saturday February 1st at the Reggie Lewis Center. Malden won the meet with 144 points, followed by SHS with 108, Chelsea 56, Medford 43, Everett 36 and Greater Lawrence Vocational with 14.
Scoring for SHS were;
First place winners were-Catherine Nakato in the 1000m and the Long Jump, Gabrielle Etienne- in the Shot Put, Alice Egar the 2mile and Melissa Sanon in the High Jump.
Due to historic snow accumulation and a forecast of potential snow Thursday, the Chamber’s Business After Hours event has been postponed to FEBRUARY 12.
Continue reading Chamber of Commerce After Hours Event Postponed to February 12th