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SCABIN, Francesco Of Everett on March 2nd. Continue reading In Memory of In Memory of FRANCESCO SCABIN
FRATTURA, Sarah (D’Amico) Of Medford, March 4th. Continue reading In Memory of SARAH FRATTURA
GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS SUNDAY, March 8, the 67th day of 2015 with 298 to follow. Sunrise in the Boston area is @ 7:09 and sunset is @ 6:41. The moon is waning. The morning stars are stars are Mercury, & Saturn. The evening stars are Jupiter, Mars, Neptune, Uranus & Venus.
ON THIS DAY IN: 1765 – The British House of Lords passed the Stamp Act.
1801 – During the Napoleonic Wars, combined British and Ottoman forces successfully established a foothold in French-occupied Egypt.
Continue reading GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS by John Dwyer
Born and raised in Somerville, Fallon joined the Somerville Police Department in 1998 as a patrolman. Continue reading The Somerville News Weekly’s Special Person of the Week Somerville Police Chief David Fallon
PARKING BAN: The citywide snow emergency parking ban is still in effect, meaning all cars must park on the odd-side of the street (unless otherwise posted), or unless the ban has been lifted on your street. Continue reading Parking Ban Updates, Snow Info Sat. 3/7
This month’s guest speakers were Vicki Wairi, Program Specialist & Seamus Lynch, Rehab Specialist from the City’s Housing Division. Continue reading Somerville Council on Aging:Photos From the: 3-2-15 Monthly Breakfast
The Somerville Arts Council announces the Joe’s Jazz and Blues Festival call for talent.
Continue reading SAC- Call for Talent for Joe’s Jazz & Blues 2015 FEST- Deadline April 1
Arts Matter Advocacy Day
Continue reading Somerville Arts Council:Arts Matter Advocacy Day, March 25
Saturday, May 16 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM
PorchFest 2015 will be on Sat. May 16th
Continue reading PorchFest 2015 registration is now open
Lots of great points in James Aloisi’s suggestions on how the MBTA can more forward. Continue reading Mayor Joe Curtatone: on MBTA Moving Forward