FOD in a FB post to supporters: Tonight 5/5 at 7pm the Somerville Police Chief and Middlesex District Attorney’s office will (as requested by the BOA) provide the Public Health and Public Safety Committee with an update on the unsolved murder of Deanna Cremin. Continue reading Friends of Deanna Cremin:Update on Deanna’s Murder
GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS TUESDAY, May 05, the 125th day of 2015 with 240 to follow. Sunrise in the Boston area is @ 5:34 and sunset is @ 7:47. The moon is waning. The morning stars are stars are Mercury, Neptune & Saturn. The evening stars are Jupiter, Mars, Uranus & Venus.
ON THIS DAY IN:
1809 – The first woman was issued a U.S. patent: Mary Kies of South Killingly, Connecticut, for a technique for weaving straw with silk and thread.
Continue reading GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS by John Dwyer
May 5th 2015 Somerville News Weekly Print Edition OnlineClick on link to read May 5th 2015 Somerville News Weekly Print Edition Online
Photos by Tom Bent
This past Saturday the Clarendon Hill Presbyterian Church held its Annual Community Chorus Spring Concert.
Continue reading Somerville’s Clarendon Hill Presbyterian Church Concert Raises The Bar
Many Villens out there celebrating their birthdays in the Ville this week! Happy Birthday to David Potter, Mike Murphy, Walter Pero, Lisa Ruiz Doucette, Eileen O’Connor, Claire DeConinck, Eric Miele, Sue Mezger Foran, Robin Legee-Voss, Dan Roselando, Leo Saltman, Billy Desmond, Bobby Kenny II, Mary Jane Gambale and Peggy Emond!
Continue reading Here’s Your Weekly Dosage of News Talk Shout Out!
Missing Cat:Adda Maria Santos Somerville Animal Control
Our cat Tyger has been missing since 4/11/2015. He was last seen on Conwell Street, off of Highland Ave.
He’s an orange and white cat with big paws and extra toes. He was wearing a red collar with a tag with his name TYGER on it and a phone number. Please contact me with information.
Continue reading Updates from Somerville Animal Control RE:Missing Pets in Somerville
Posted by Somerville Animal Control: The Good Vet Guide
The most common items fed to ducks and waterfowl are also the least nutritious and most unhealthy: bread, crackers, popcorn and similar bread-type products and scraps.
Continue reading Now That Citizens are Utilizing The Somerville Harbor-Mystic River at Assembly Row More Often, Here Are Some Facts That We Should Know
Our condolences to the Ciavattone, Lopez and Brune families for the loss of Cheryl A. Ciavattone-Lopez. She left this world at a very young age this past week. She is also a niece to Former Somerville Mayor Gene Brune. Cheryl was a very nice person and she will be sadly missed by many here in the Ville.