GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS TUESDAY, September 25, the 268th day of 2018 with 97 to follow. Sunrise in the Boston area is @ 6:34 and sunset is @ 6:37. The moon is waning. The morning stars are stars are Jupiter, Mars, Mercury & Saturn. The evening stars are Neptune, Uranus & Venus.
ON THIS DAY IN: 1492 – The crew of the Pinta, one of Christopher Columbus’ ships, mistakenly thought that they had spotted land. Continue reading GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS by John Dwyer
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Many Villens celebrating their birthdays this week in the Ville! Happy Birthday greetings go out to Jacob Shaps, Bill and Helen Gioiosa, Casi Glejzer, George McLean, Sharon Fiorentino, Kerri and Matthew Horan, Lawrence Capriotti, Michael Winter, Peder Acres, Sandy Murphy Starfish Mattson, John Nicoll, Irene Reni Macarelli, Teresa Paribello, Jim Vargas, Christina Ferguson, Kathy Maggiacomo, Anthony Masci, Jo-Ann Crosby, Aida Maia, Michelle Petruzziello, Maria Koutsoubaris, Mark C Lavelle, Donna Baldasaro, Linda Malone, Judson Walker Greene, Pat Demaio, Gary Ward, Josephine Guarino Torra, Joey Lacey, Jean Mickiewicz Brunco, Happy 1st Birthday to Paulie and Happy Birthday to Lori Santo Santoro’s rock Jim! Continue reading The Somerville News Weekly Favorite Birthday Photos of the Week
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The FCC is trying to threaten the future of community media and this is how you can help!
Continue reading Somerville Media Center The Federal Assault on Local Media
By William Tauro
This past Wednesday, Somerville Firefighters, Police and EMS First Responders from Cataldo Ambulance attended a ceremony where the United States Postal Service released its forever stamp honoring first responders at a dedication ceremony at the Union Square Post Office located on Bow Street in Somerville. Continue reading New First Responder Stamp Released By USPS in Somerville
“Five Communities” exhibit highlights grassroots programs across the nation that are strengthening relationships between law enforcement and their communities
WASHINGTON—The National Law Enforcement Museum at the Motorola Solutions Foundation Building — the nation’s only museum that explores nearly every facet of American law enforcement opening to the public on October 13, 2018 — announced today the details of its first changing exhibition highlighting grassroots efforts to strengthen relationships between law enforcement and the communities they serve. The exhibit, entitled Five Communities, will provide visitors a look at specific programs developed in Cleveland, Dallas, Chicago, Somerville, Mass. and Charleston, S.C.
Continue reading National Law Enforcement Museum Announces First Changing Exhibit; Will Examine Law Enforcement and Community Relations
The Board of Aldermen Committee on Open Space, Environment and Energy invites all interested community members to a Public Hearing on Trees. Continue reading Public Hearing on Trees, Wed. 10/3
Poet Laureate tasked with expanding community access to poetry
SOMERVILLE – The City of Somerville is seeking candidates for the its next Poet Laureate to enhance the profile of poets and poetry in Somerville and surrounding communities. Continue reading Somerville Seeks Resident to Serve as City’s Poet Laureate