By William Tauro
This past Wednesday night,
President Shannon Deyeso The Medford Lions Club hosted a Narcan and overdose awareness talk at Carroll’s Restaurant that’s located in Medford Square.
Guest speakers Patrol Officer Rory Lockowittz, Lieutenant Joe Casey and K9 Officer Harry MacGilvray of the Medford Police Department and Medford’s Prevention Outreach Manager Penny Funaiole spoke on how they handle overdoses in the city of Medford, the use of Narcan and the drug infestation problems within surrendering cities and town and how they are battling this serious growing problem. Continue reading Medford Spreading Awareness to Cities & Towns on the Growing Battle of Addiction
Director Jimmy Del Ponte announces that Somerville’s Swinging Singing Seniors, also known as The Moonlighters, will begin their 2017 season on Monday April 3rd at The Council On Aging building, 167 Holland St .
Continue reading Somerville’s Swinging Singing Seniors “Moonlighters” to Begin 2017 Rocking Season
Senator Sal DiDomenico recently met with members of the Trauma and Learning Policy Initiative (TLPI), a joint program of Harvard Law School and the Massachusetts Advocates for Children (MAC). Continue reading Senator DiDomenico Meets with Advocates for Safe and Supportive Schools
SOMERVILLE, MA – On Monday, March 20, Somerville High School hosted a multi-purpose extravaganza: two world records attempts, a clothing drive, and an energizer for sophomores scheduled to take MCAS testing this week.
Continue reading Somerville High School Sets 2 Back-to-Back World Records for Charity on TV
Original adaptation of magical fantasy classic to be shown with live musical score
SOMERVILLE, Mass.—It was the film that introduced movie-goers to visions of flying children, magical fairies, human-like animals and menacing pirates. Continue reading Silent film version of ‘Peter Pan’ at Aeronaut on Sunday, April 2
GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS THURSDAY, March 23, the 82nd day of 2017 with 283 to follow. Sunrise in the Boston area is @ 6:42 and sunset is @ 6:58. The moon is waning. The morning stars are stars are Jupiter, Saturn & Mercury. The evening stars are Mars, Neptune, Uranus & Venus.
ON THIS DAY IN: 1026 – Koenraad II crowned himself king of Italy. Continue reading GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS by John Dwyer
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Representative Michael Capuano Holds a Town Hall at Somerville High School
On March 13th, Representative Michael E. Capuano , a former Somerville Mayor, hosted his town hall at Somerville High School. The audience, estimated to be more than 400 people, asked questions of the Congressman for over 90 minutes.
Gaming Convention PAX East features Somerville Musician on Mainstage
Somerville resident and professional violinist Michael Hustedde performed on the main stage at popular gaming convention PAX East 2017. Michael’s group, Videri String Quartet, is an ensemble dedicated to performing the music of video games at the highest level. Take a look!
Live music, Somerville-made root beer toast, and launch of Aeronaut Brewing’s “Municipal Freedom Gives National Strength” gluten free beer, capped off with a rendition of “Happy Birthday!”
SOMERVILLE – The month of March officially marks 175 years since Somerville separated from Charlestown (in 1842), and we’re throwing a birthday party that is “very Somerville.” Continue reading Happy Birthday, Somerville! City to Celebrate on March 29 with a “Very Somerville” Party at Somerville-Charlestown Line