Millennium Companies now offering commerical deep cleaning, disinfecting and sanitizing services for the coronavirus (covid-19) interior and exterior services 24hrs. a day. Call today 781-395-1200 Continue reading Millennium Companies Now Offering Commercial Deep Cleaning Disinfecting and Sanitizing Services
Attention – Local Restaurant Owners –
In support of your restaurant business during the Coronavirus pandemic caused State of Emergency we, here at the Somerville/Medford News Weekly, would like to offer FREE advertising to Continue reading Free Advertising For Restaurants During The Months of March & April 2020 during Coronavirus Pandemic Caused State of Emergency
Photos and video by William Tauro
By William Tauro
An old extra-large underground oil tank was removed from the the Little Sisters of the Poor’s Somerville Jean Jugan Residence that’s located on Highland Avenue in Somerville this past Tuesday afternoon.
By William Tauro
This was posted early Friday morning after the City of Somerville announced closures of schools and Municipal buildings throughout the city due to the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading Letter from the Editor:Selfish Inconsiderate Somerville Teacher Gets Called Out by Outraged Parent
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GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS FRIDAY, March 13, the 73rd day of 2020 with 293 to follow. Sunrise in the Boston area is @ 6:59 and sunset is @ 6:47. The moon is waning. The morning stars are Mars, Neptune and Uranus. Evening stars are Jupiter, Neptune, Saturn, Uranus and Venus.
ON THIS DAY IN: 0483 – St. Felix III began his reign as Pope. Continue reading GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS by John Dwyer
City Councilor Stephanie Hirsch has announced that she will be stepping down from her role as City Councilor at Large. I am grateful for her hard work and commitment to Somerville and wish her the best as she moves on into her next role. Continue reading Message From The New Somerville City Councilor at Large Kristen Strezo
Essential functions and services will continue, but municipal buildings will be closed to the public
SOMERVILLE – Today, the City of Somerville and the Somerville Public Schools announced that effective Monday, March 16, all City buildings will be closed Continue reading Somerville City and School Buildings to Close for a Minimum of Two Weeks Starting Monday, March 16