Somerville Pop Warner’s “A” Team Cheerleaders competed Saturday, Oct 14th in the GBL CHEER Competition at Lawrence High School and placed to move on to the next level in the Eastern Ma. Championships, Nov 5th at the Tsongas Arena in Lowell Ma. The team is led by our Cheer Director, Sandra LaPorta and coaches, Sandra Paiva and Shauna Connelly. SPW would love everyone’s support to come and cheer them on at the next level.
Continue reading Somerville Pop Warner’s “A” Team Cheerleaders Proudly On The Move
GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS THURSDAY, October 19, the 292nd day of 2017 with 73 to follow. Sunrise in the Boston area is @ 7:01 and sunset is @ 5:56. The New Moon is exact @ 3:13 PM EDT. The morning stars are stars are Jupiter, Saturn & Mercury. The evening stars are Mars, Neptune, Uranus & Venus.
ON THIS DAY IN: 1765 – In the U.S., The Stamp Act Congress met and drew up a declaration of rights and liberties.
Continue reading GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS by John Dwyer
There are two in process and non-permitted Ward 7 projects listed in this email.
1- New Project, Empty Lot/Teele Sq. – community meeting for project plan discussion
Boutique Hotel, ground floor café, small community art gallery space, Green garden wall next to adjacent building, roof-top restaurant, onsite underground parking, circular entrance driveway for hotel main entrance, potential to redirect traffic Clarendon Ave. for two way flow up to the end of the hotel property boundary.
Continue reading A Message from – Ward 7 Alderman Katjana Ballantyne:Ward 7 Project Meeting-Empty Lot Teele Sq. & Project update Clarendon Housing/North St. Project.
By William Tauro
This past summer, a formal ten page letter notice was delivered to Mayor Joseph Curtatone at Somerville City Hall, the Somerville Chief of Police at the Police Station, Registrar of Deeds Maria Curtatone in Cambridge at her office at the Middlesex Register of Deeds as well as to twelve other people named recipients regarding allegations of corruption within the Curtatone Administration over the past several years.
Continue reading DARK CORRUPTION ALLEGATION CLOUDS HOVERING OVER SOMERVILLE ELECTED CURTATONE SIBLINGS
By William Tauro
Long ago, during Somerville’s “darker days”, people often times referred to our city as “Slumerville” and with good reason, to be honest. There was plenty of corruption, back room deals and mafia-style tactics that seeped out of every nook and cranny in local politics and business dealings, both legal and not so much. Due to the hard work of previous administrations and the fine people who make up our community, along with a healthy real estate market, that moniker is officially dead – or is it?
Continue reading JOE CURTATONE THE NICE KID I ONCE KNEW