By Caroline Colarusso
How many of you remember voting for class President in High School? I do. How many of you remember this election being the choice between two candidates? You heard their platform; you weighed your decision and you voted for the person of your choice, and that’s the way it should be. Continue reading Challengers Not Welcome on Beacon Hill
Coronavirus cases are been identified in thousands of nursing homes everywhere in the U.S., over 3,800 so far. Some states report that more than half of their facilities have residents infected with coronavirus. We may never know the full scope of this because the CDC admits it is not keeping track of deaths in nursing facilities. Continue reading Letter to the Editor: Nursing Homes
Please publish this letter if you have room. Stan Klein was a resident of Somerville.
“My hero died today” Stan Klein was just another guy when suddenly struck by a virulent case of Prostate Cancer twenty-five years ago. Continue reading Letter to the Editor: “My hero died today”
By Arthur Moore
I drive around the city and I see that maybe 1/3 of the people are not wearing masks when around other people. Continue reading Why Are People In Somerville Not Taking This Virus Seriously??