There are two upcoming changes to weigh in on Union Square and help shape the public benefits strategy for development in the neighborhood. Continue reading How Do You See The Future Of Union Square?
School partnering with Lesley University Graduate School of Education to create hands-on learning space focused on Science and Inquiry-based learning
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Please join the ‘visiting veggies’ this Saturday at the Somerville Early Childhood Literacy Fair at the Healey School. See What’s Happening for details.
GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS TUESDAY, December 1, the 335th day of 2015 with 30 to follow. Sunrise in the Boston area is @ 6:53 and sunset is @ 4:12. The moon is waning. The morning stars are stars are Jupiter, Mars, Uranus & Venus. The evening stars are, Mercury, Neptune & Saturn.
ON THIS DAY IN: 1835 – Hans Christian Andersen published his first book of fairy tales. Continue reading GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS by John Dwyer
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I’m starting to take a look at the streets in Ward 4 that are most in need of re-paving, so I can get a list to the administration in time for next year’s re-paving schedule. Continue reading Alderman Tony Lafuente on Street Paving
Naveo staff showcases a few of the bags collected for the food drive.
(Somerville, MA) Naveo Credit Union collected non-perishables during the month of November to benefit the Somerville Homeless Coalition (SHC). Continue reading Naveo Credit Union collects over 25 grocery totes filled with non-perishables to benefit the Somerville Homeless Coalition.
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A festive and peaceful time in our fair city. Continue reading Pictures of The Week Series by Skip Murray
Sometimes you win, and sometimes you lose…
I start off this week with a sad goodbye to a friend and classmate of mine from way back who sadly lost her battle with cancer this past Sunday. Continue reading Reality Bites by James A. Norton
Have you ever suffered from sticker shock at the pharmacy? You arrive with a prescription from your doctor, but you are told that the medication is not covered and could cost you several hundred dollars. Continue reading Somerville News Weekly Health Tips:Know Your Drug Costs Before You Leave the Doctor’s Office
Four years after the first set of baby boomers hit the retirement age of 65, this segment of America continues to grow at record numbers. In fact, over the next 18 years, boomers will be turning 65 at a rate of about 10,000 a day. Continue reading Somerville News Weekly Health Tips:Climb Stairs Without Hurting Yourself
By tom Wellings
Choosing a health plan is an important decision, and some simple research can help you get the most for your money. Continue reading Maximize Your Medicare: Research the Right Plan
Driving through neighborhoods this holiday season, you may have noticed that some holiday lights are brighter and more vividly colored than others. Continue reading Brighten Your Holidays With LED Lights
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On January 30 2016 the Clowns will be hosting a recruiting tour of our Boston Hospital. Continue reading THE ALEPPO CLOWNS RECRUITING TOUR AT THE HOSPITAL