By Jack Connolly
Whether you’re new to Davis Square or a lifetime long-timer, it is obvious something is not right; On-street parking on Elm St. gone, restaurant tables and chairs in the street, Dunkin’ Donuts closed, empty storefronts on Elm St., the Somerville Theatre closed, most due to the scourge of the COVID-19 virus. Continue reading Somerville’s Davis in Distress
Why is the Penis wielding Somerville Police Sargent Keily still the active treasurer of the Massachusetts Police Association and is the Somerville Police representative on the executive board? I wonder what he has on Mayor Joe and the chief? More Intel coming soon!
Continue reading Somerville/Medford News Weekly Speakup Line:Why is the Penis wielding Somerville Police Sargent Who’s on the Brady List Still on Payroll and Holding Two Trusted Positions?
Our sincere condolences thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of Brian Buckley on his passing. Continue reading Somerville Remembering Brian Buckley
By Aurther Moore
This city just keeps doing more and more stupid things that are senseless. They took a program like shared streets and turned it into a nightmare. So many of the streets they are designating as a shared street have no business being named one. They are running around tossing these stupid horses up everywhere. Continue reading Somerville Shared Streets Joke is Over, Now to Ignore Them
By William Tauro
This past Thursday, a ceremony was held honoring the 52nd anniversary of PFC RONALD J POINTER’S ultimate sacrifice to his country in the Quan Tri Province of Vietnam.
A square was dedicated to Somerville native PFC Ronald J. Pointer of the United States Marine Corp who lost his life in the line of duty. Continue reading Somerville Honoring PFC Ronald J. Pointer USMC