Former Somerville Police Lt Exposes Dirty Somerville Mayor Joe Curtatone and Somerville School resource Officer Cop Cousin Alexandro Capobianco with proof of drug dealing accusations to Somerville youths.
Click on this link for direct interview cut: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/a8g8qkk92pjtjn0/AADkESHmxU3DdfHxkgj2Ip4fa?dl=0&preview=KMS-JoeMcCainInterview-102519.mp3
Continue reading Kirk Minihane Gets Mayor Curtatone Dirt From Ex-Somerville Cop Interview
Somerville school Committeeman Andre Green recently hosted a Our Somerville Revolution Cookout and takes a photo next to Marianne Walles at his Cookout but turns around and endorses Joe. The even more reality factor here is that he must’ve got promised something from Joe Curtatone! Bipolar or what?
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GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS SATURDAY, October 26, the 298th day of 2019 with 67 to follow. Sunrise in the Boston area is @ 7:09 and sunset is @ 5:47. The moon is waning. The morning stars are stars are Uranus and Venus. The evening stars are Mars, Mercury, Neptune, Saturn & Uranus.
ON THIS DAY IN: 1774 – The First Continental Congress of the U.S. adjourned in Philadelphia.
1825 – The Erie Canal opened in upstate New York. The 363-mile canal connected Lake Erie and the Hudson River at a cost of $7,602,000. Continue reading GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS by John Dwyer
Spend five minutes to listen to this one-on-one audio interview below and let it sink in:
By William Tauro
Recently I sat down with a 1-on-1 interview with Barbara Curtatone who wanted to reveal 28 years of alleged criminal acts carried out by the Curtatone clan. Continue reading Living Curtatone In Somerville, The Truth Revealed of Alleged Crimes Carried Out and Covered Up
PLESE HELP!! MORRISON AVE AREA/BALL SQ/DAVIS SQ/Porter area! I can’t find my cat Zoe. She’s an outdoor/indoor, about 10 years old with grey fur that has a hint of orange throughout her fur and a splash of orange in the center of her face. Continue reading Somerville Missing Cat MORRISON AVE AREA/BALL SQ/DAVIS SQ/Porter Area
Dear Billy T and Somerville Speakup Line,
I applaud you, Arthur, for taking the initiative on this. Nothing short of the complete restoration of Broadway to its former configuration will suffice. Continue reading Somerville Speakup Line:On Arthur Moore’s Restoring Broadway Efforts
As its 2019 event season comes to a close, the Somerville Arts Council has one final series of performances up—or should we say on—its sleeve: “Puppet-Palooza 2019: Tales From Around the World.” Continue reading Somerville Arts Council to Wrap Up Event Season With Puppet-Palooza 2019
A meeting will be held Wednesday, October 30, to update Somerville residents on the status of the City’s ongoing negotiations with Tufts University for a partnership agreement. The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. at the TAB, 167 Holland St. Continue reading Get an Update on the Tufts Partnership Agreement Negotiations
Join us for a public forum on Tuesday, November 12, to discuss the progress of the Job Creation and Retention Board of Trustees (JCRT), which focuses on workforce Continue reading Job Creation and Retention Board of Trustees to Hold Public Forum
Unused prescription medications can become dangerous to those you love and others. Accidental poisoning, overdose, and abuse are among the risks. The majority of teens abusing prescription drugs get them from family and friends — and the medicine cabinet. You can help prevent this by safely disposing of unused medications. Continue reading Turn in Unused and Expired Medications on Saturday October 26
Come learn best practices for dealing with problems with rental units or landlords at the upcoming Tenants’ Rights Workshop on Wednesday, November 6, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the Healey School cafeteria, 5 Meacham St. Continue reading Tenants’ Rights Workshop for Local Renters on Nov. 6
The City of Somerville Elections Department is looking for residents to staff polling places on Tuesday, November 5, for the municipal election. All applicants must be registered Massachusetts voters, Continue reading Polling Place Workers Needed for November 5 Election
(Somerville, MA) For the ninth consecutive year, Naveo Credit Union participated in the Miracle Jeans Day initiative to raise funds for Boston Children’s Hospital, the local Miracle Network hospital. Continue reading Naveo Credit Union raises $1,500 for Boston Children’s Hospital through the Miracle Jeans Day initiative
RestoreBroadway Movement as of Friday
What started as a rough unknowing tiny protest a very short while ago has grown very quickly in a very short time. This is due to the fact that the city made a boo boo and decided to implement a plan that was not ready. Continue reading RestoreBroadway Winter Hill Movement Updates
Meet this week’s “Special Person of the Week:
Jack Connolly, who was born, raised, lives, and works in Somerville continues to
achieve positive progress in all things Somerville. Continue reading Somerville News Weekly’s Special Person of the Week: Jack Connolly
What: Rally for Rent Control and Tenant Protections
When:Tuesday, October 29 at noon
Where: In front of the Massachusetts State House
By Bob Katzen
The House 155-0, approved the Student Opportunity Act that invests $1.5 billion, mostly in the form of Chapter 70 Aid for local school districts, in the state’s public K-12 education system over the next seven years.
By Bob Katzen
The House 7-147, rejected an amendment that would provide grants to cities and towns to support the establishment of free full-day kindergarten programs in schools that do not offer it for free, and to support schools at a financial risk of losing an existing free full-day kindergarten program.
By Bob Katzen
The Senate 39-0, approved a $780 million fiscal 2020 supplemental budget to cover expenses and to fund various state programs and agencies that are running out of money.
By Bob Katzen
The Senate 38-1, approved an amendment providing $200,000 for the Silent Spring Institute for research on links between environmental chemicals and women and children’s health.
By Bob Katzen
Senate 10-28, rejected an amendment that would double a dependent tax credit, from $1,000 per year to $2,000, for families with children and those who care for an elderly or disabled relative.
By Bob Katzen
The Public Safety Committee heard testimony on a bill that would allow police officers to issue tickets for seat belt violations even if the driver is not stopped for another violation as required under current law.