Join the Somerville Commission for Persons with Disabilities; the Department of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion; and the Office of Strategic Planning for an Accessibility Forum on Tuesday, November 12. Continue reading Somerville Accessibility Forum, November 12
Join the City’s Public Space and Urban Forestry Division to discuss site remediation at Conway Park and its future design at a community meeting on Wednesday, November 20. The meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the Public Safety Building, 220 Washington Street. City staff will be Continue reading Conway Park Community Meeting, November 20
Naveo Credit Union employees dressed up in costumes on Thursday, October 31 and raised $250 for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society during their Costumed for a Cure event. Naveo raised funds at
We appreciate your work and effort and those who believed in you in your campaign. I, for one am grateful as getting to know you and what you stand for is what many of us want from our elected officials.
You should be very happy knowing you tried to do a good deed and give people back a say in their government. The city is in
By Arthur Moore
Having spent over 500 hours now on my little corner it is amazing what one sees here.
A large majority of vehicles coming from Temple Street to School Street upon turning the corner are actually text while make the turn at the
By William Tauro
Regina Pisa, Chairman Emeritus of Goodwin, a leading Global 50 law firm with more than 1,200 attorneys, delivered the keynote address at the Somerville Chamber of Commerce’s 73rd Annual Dinner & Powderhouse Awards this past Wednesday November 6th. Continue reading Somerville Chamber of Commerce 73rd Annual Dinner Gene Brune Receives Lifetime Achievement Award