Photo:Nancy Medeiros and Somerville Police Detective Paul Duffy
By William Tauro
Last Thursday night Nancy Medeiros and Somerville Police Detective Paul Duffy met to celebrate the 4th year anniversary of Justice for Nancy’s nephew Christopher Souza who’s murderer was captured, brought to justice and convicted on June 9th, 2014 because of the hard work and dedication of Det Paul Duffy and Det Katie Mcdaid.
Continue reading 4th Anniversary of Murderer’s Conviction of 2009 Somerville Murder Trial
Our condolences go out to the family and friends of Mary T. (Kehoe) Distasio on her passing. Continue reading Somerville Remembering MARY T. (KEHOE) DISTASIO
Our condolences go out to the family and friends of PAUL E. “PK” KENNEDY on his passing. Continue reading Somerville Remembering PAUL E. “PK” KENNEDY
Five teams competed in the Commissioner’s Cup and MTOC playoffs in Woburn
SOMERVILLE, MA, June 18 – This weekend saw five Somerville Youth Soccer League teams play in the postseason. The Boys U10-1, U10-3, U12-3 and U14-3 teams competed in the Middlesex Youth Soccer League (MYSL) Commissioner’s Cup, while the Boys U14-1 team played qualifiers for the Massachusetts Tournament of Champions (MTOC).
Continue reading SYSL TEAMS IN POSTSEASON ACTION, FALL REGISTRATION OPEN
On the morning of Wednesday, June 13, 2018, I, Detective Robert M. Pasqualino, was assigned to the Criminal Investigation Unit as Delta 6. At approximately 10:00 AM, I received a case requiring further investigation. The case is in regards to a stolen credit card and U.S Passport. Continue reading Real Life Somerville Police Stories: Michael SHIPPEE (RS CC, Improper CC Use Under, Identity Fraud, Larceny from Building…)
By William Tauro
Our condolences go out to the family and friends of the Caruso Family on the loss of their mom Mary Caruso early Monday morning.
Continue reading Somerville Remembering Mary Caruso
As construction on the Green Line Extension gets under way, you may have questions about bridge closures, construction schedules, and other issues tied to the project. We’re offering a series of drop-in sessions for residents to ask questions and get information. The first is in Ball Square on June 23 from 9 to 11 a.m. Find our table outside Blue Cloud Gallery.
The Somerville Fire Department wants to remind you about grilling and outdoor fire safety so that you can have a fun and safe summer. Because houses are close together in Somerville and many buildings are made of wood it’s easy for a fire to spread quickly, so please take a minute to review these tips and regulations:
Continue reading Grill Safely this Summer in Somerville
Somerville’s 2018 Summer Reading Program kicks off on June 19, with prizes on offer for children, teens, and adults.
Continue reading Somerville Rock and Read!
This week we held a community meeting to talk about what the future of short-term rental rules in Somerville should look like. We had a second meeting that was scheduled for Thursday, June 21, but it is being postponed. Stay tuned for a new date.
Continue reading Short-Term Rental Survey Online, Second Meeting Postponed
As part of its affordable housing agenda, Somerville launched a new lead-paint mitigation program this month to increase the supply of safe family housing in the city.
Continue reading Lead Paint Safe Somerville
On June 12, Somerville officially broke ground on the new Somerville High School. Demolition of the current building’s “C” wing begins on June 22, and overall construction will take around three years. The new school is expected to be complete in fall of 2021.
For more info go to:go.somervillema.gov
Family Fun Day – Pony rides, train rides, face painting, kids activities, a community barbecue, and more. Saturday, June 23, from noon to 4 p.m. at Trum Field. (Rain date is June 24.) Continue reading City of Somerville Funday & Fireworks
GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS MONDAY, June 18, the 169th day of 2018 with 196 to follow. Sunrise in the Boston area is @ 5:06 and sunset is @ 8:23. The moon is waxing. The morning stars are stars are Jupiter, Mars, Mercury & Saturn. The evening stars are Neptune, Uranus & Venus.
ON THIS DAY IN: 1155 – Frederick I Barbarossa was crowned emperor of Rome. Continue reading GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS by John Dwyer
Broadway Ball Square Bridge Cedar St Bumpout
In this issue:
• Real Estate Transfer Fee Home Rule Petition approved unanimously by Board of Aldermen (BOA); hearing before Joint Committee on Revenue in State Legislature Wednesday Continue reading Mark Niedergang Ward 5 Alderman: Transfer fee in Legislature, GLX bridge closures, more Cedar St. construction, Clarendon Hill public housing, FY 2019 City Budget
Seriously people, in this day and age of computers, a guy like Mario Capdehourat at Somerville Computers could be your best friend!
Continue reading THE SOMERVILLE NEWS WEEKLY SPECIAL PERSON OF THE WEEK MARIO CAPDEHOURAT OF SOMERVILLE COMPUTERS
Turn your favorite photos into “Somerville News Weekly Magic Moments!”
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Many Villens celebrating their birthdays this week in the Ville! Happy Birthday greetings go out to Kamala Vasanthakumar, Chris Piacentini, Sal DiDomenico, Frank Santangelo, Claire Moran, Joannie Allison, John Eleftherakis, Mike Delgizzi, Roger Fisk, Mary Murphy, Jessica Brayden, John Cannon, Kenneth Carroll, Happy 12th Birthday to Anthony Legee, Happy 100th Birthday to Oscar Greene, Happy 14th Birthday to Jessie Sousa and Happy 10th Birthday to our good friend Abhinav
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Continue reading The Somerville News Weekly Favorite Birthday Photos of the Week
Our condolences go out to the family and friends of Rita Murphy who passed away this past week. Continue reading Somerville Remembering Rita Murphy