Also Congratulations to Middle School Student Michael Denis Bowler who just got high honors for his academic accomplishment this semester!
WOBURN – Indictments were handed down between February 18 and March 17, 2016. Defendants are listed by towns where alleged offenses occurred. Continue reading Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan Announces Grand Jury Indictments
Successful building contractor hires seasoned compliance professional
to lead diversity and workforce compliance strategy for $2 billion resort Continue reading SUFFOLK CONSTRUCTION HIRES SHELLEY WEBSTER FOR COMPLIANCE OFFICER ROLE ON WYNN BOSTON HARBOR PROJECT
This past weekend, Lyric’s Champs Skating Club finished our second successful season of ice skating lessons. Continue reading Lyric’s Champs Thank You Letter/Photos
On many a relaxed weekend morning, I will expectantly open a kitchen cupboard hoping to find a box with sufficient pancake mix to provide a substantial complement to bacon or sausage and a cup of dark-roast coffee. Continue reading Breakfast for my Daughter (climate change, not pancakes!) by Robert Nowak
This Wednesday evening, April 13th, we have an opportunity to make sure that State officials recognize how essential the Green Line Extension (GLX) and the Community Path Extension (CPX) are to us in Somerville. Continue reading Come support the Green Line Extension (GLX): This Wednesday, April 13, 5:30-9:00, Somerville High School auditorium
NO TO 20% AFFORDABLE HOUSING INCLUSIONARY ZONING PROPOSAL FOR SOMERVILLE PRIOR TO ZONING OVERHAUL Continue reading Letter to the Editor:Boston Globe North Opinion for 4/10/16:Should Somerville expand its citywide affordable zoning requirement to 20 percent?
Free Smoke Alarm / Carbon Monoxide Detectors – Starting April 1st Continue reading Somerville Council on Aging Organizational Updates & Information
Going to work each day puts more wear and tear on the body than most people realize.
And that’s true even when their 40-hour work week requires nothing more than the seemingly safe activity of sitting at a desk all day. Continue reading If You Think Your Job Is A Pain In The Neck – You May Be Right
By Bob Katzen
A “pairing” process, used only in the Senate, is a procedure that allows an absent senator to express how he or she would have voted on a roll call. Under the arrangement, the absent senator contacts a senator who is present and plans to vote the opposite way. Continue reading Beacon Hill Roll Call Volume 41 -Report No. 14 April 4-8, 2016
By Dennis Hursh
The risk of malpractice lawsuits is wreaking havoc on America’s healthcare system, giving rise to physicians practicing “defensive medicine,” according to researchers at USC, Harvard University and Stanford University. Continue reading How ‘Defensive Medicine’ Compromises Doctor-Patient Relationships & Care
Elaine Poulack of Medford MA. passed away on April 5th 2016, due to her lengthy battle with breast cancer.
Continue reading Somerville Remembering Elaine Poulack
This quarterly meetup will be followed by a tour of SCATV. Our featured guests are the founders of Boston Institute for Nonprofit Journalism (and their Facebook page!). Continue reading Somerville Community Access Television hosts the 5th Hyperlocal News & Media Meetup this Thursday, April 14th from 7:00-9:00pm @ SCATV