Well here it is print edition #1. Volume Number 329-001 of the Somerville/Medford News Weekly! A wealth of information all wrapped up in one! #Moretocome Continue reading The New Somerville/Medford News Weekly Print Edition Has Arrived!
Happy Birthday to a number of Villens celebrating their birthdays this week in the Ville and around the Square! Happy Birthday to Terri Medeiros, Courtney Hooson, Jamie Love, Amanda Roderick, judith medeiros, anthony michael savoia, rod kreimeyer, Rick Arden, Alexandria Salvia, David Mangan, Donald Arbeene, Sarah Macone, Jeanne Niven, Lu Alves, Rick Donegan, Bobby Travers, Marie DiRusso Almas, stephanie travassos, jonathan james jolicoeur, Joe Voutour, dana iacopucci, Sean Fitzgerald, Maria Natalina, Walter King, Hazel Evans, dominic dipietro, Happy 12th Birthday to Julian Alves, Happy 68th Birthday to Mr. D’Agostino, Happy 18th Birthday to Tea Desmond, Happy 75th Ignacia Neira Henderson and Happy 90th Birthday to Jim Fitzgerald!
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By Joe Viglione
*Michael Douglas photo in Medford, 2-23-2020 by Visual Radio Director Paul Norman
February 24, 2020
Well, we certainly had fun at the Michael Bloomberg campaign event in Medford on 2-23-2020 with the best actor winner at the Oscars for 1988’s Wall Street. Mr. Douglas had previously won as a co-producer in 1976 for One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. Continue reading Hotline to the Underground…the clubs, the music, the independent films, all the action in the area!
On Sunday, 2/23/20, I was working my assigned 8AM to 4PM shift in the East-1 cruiser. At approximately 2:28PM, Officer Michael Cleary (East-4) and I were dispatched to Home Depot for a
On Tuesday, February 18, 2020, at 2:47 P.M., I responded along with Officer P. Canty to Burlington Coat Factory for a female shoplifter.
Upon arrival, I observed
On Saturday, February 22, 2020, at 4:30 A.M while traveling on Dana Street I observed a Black SUV bearing NY registration xxxx parked in front of a fire hydrant near the intersection of Dana Street and Otis Street. The vehicle was occupied by