Celebrate Free Open Streets event to feature live music, family-friendly activities, food, and more!
SOMERVILLE – Celebrate the season at “Seize the Summer,” the August installment of the City’s SomerStreets festival, on Sunday, Aug. 6, from 2 to 6 p.m. between Davis Square and Teele Square on Holland Street. Continue reading Seize the Summer’ at SomerStreets on Holland St., Sunday August 6 →
SAVE THE DATES:October 6 through 8, 2017
a wide variety of events planned in Somerville, Cambridge, & Boston
FREE AND OPEN TO ALL
“Best of Boston for 2017:
Continue reading HONK! FESTIVAL 12TH ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF ACTIVIST STREET BANDS →
Photo:left to right Luke Delaney, Eli Delaney founder of My Little Buddy’s Boat, Medford (Captain ) and Mayor Stephanie Muccini Burke and Mark Burgess- events co organizer and Mass Bass Nation representative
Photos by Elaine Tassinari, Jimmy Deoliveira and Joe DiGirolamo
By Joe DiGirolamo
Continue reading 2017 Fishin’with a Mission Autism Awareness Event →
Please join us for our summer special After Hours Underbones at Redbones. No Cover. Free appetizers. Excellent Networking. Continue reading Somerville Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours at Redbones →
Enjoy delicious Redbones BBQ, beer and wine on
Monday, July 31 (rain date Aug. 8) from 5:00 – 9:00 pm.
All proceeds to benefit the Somerville Homeless Coalition.
By Frank Santangelo
Brigadier General Richard F. Johnson is currently assigned as the Land Component Commander, Massachusetts National Guard. He advises the Adjutant General regarding Army issues and is responsible for all aspects of training, readiness, and force development for the Massachusetts Army National Guard. Continue reading Somerville News Weekly’s Special Person of the Week:Former Somerville Alderman/Massachusetts Army National Guard Brigadier General Richard F. Johnson →
GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS MONDAY, July 31, the 209th day of 2017 with 156 to follow. Sunrise in the Boston area is @ 5:34 and sunset is @ 8:05. The moon is waxing. The morning stars are stars are Jupiter, Saturn & Mercury. The evening stars are Mars, Neptune, Uranus & Venus.
ON THIS DAY IN: 1498 – Christopher Columbus, on his third voyage to the Western Hemisphere, arrived at the island of Trinidad. Continue reading GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS by John Dwyer →
The following is a brief summary pertaining to Incident 17045767:
On Thursday, July 27, 2017, I was working in the Somerville Police Drug Unit as Delta-18. Continue reading Real Life Somerville Police Stories:Curtis PRESTON (Drug, Dist/Poss Class B, Firearm Carry with Ammo, Dangerous Weapon Carry…) →
CLARK , ASHAUN
50 MEMORIAL RD SOMERVILLE MA
DRUG, POSSESS TO DISTRIB CLASS
Continue reading Somerville Police Department Weekly Arrest Log 7/25 – 7/31 →
Photo:Candidates endorsed by Our Revolution Somerville. From left: Payton Corbett (candidate for mayor), Ben Ewen-Campen (candidate for Ward 3 Alderman), JT Scott (candidate for Ward 2 Alderman), Will Mbah (candidate for Alderman-at-Large), Mary Jo Rossetti (candidate for Alderman-At-Large), Bill White (candidate for Alderman-At-Large). Not pictured: Matt McLaughlin (candidate for Ward 1 Alderman), Jesse Clingan (candidate for Ward 4 Alderman), Mark Niedergang (candidate for Ward 5 Alderman), Lance Davis (candidate for Ward 6 Alderman).
Continue reading Candidates Endorsed by Our Revolution Somerville →
ALMONTE, C.S., FATHER ALFRED P.
83, a Scalabrinian missionary, died on Thursday, July 27, 2017. He was born in Providence on June 14, 1934, the son of the late Alexander and Mary (Russo) Almonte.
Continue reading Somerville Remembering Father Alfred Almonte →
By Judy Locchi Jacobs
Poseidon, God of water was known for his unyielding temper and overbearing arrogance. Those who angered him became victims of his wrath.
He was known for causing floods, sea storms and unleashed his sea monsters on his enemies. Continue reading Poseidon’s Wrath – Somerville Residents Getting Soaked by Increased Water & Sewer Bills →
By William Tauro
The Times has brought its approach to media reporting in Somerville to another all time low with their crazy antics and phony character-plants that are trolling Facebook. All this while being egged-on by the Mayor and his administration as a distraction, fueled by more political games. It’s a sad day when the Mayor, facing a Primary (and if he’s lucky a General) election, has to turn to phony characters on Facebook to divert breaking news about his administration’s downfalls. Continue reading Times Riding Sad Times →