Our sincere condolences, thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of Cheryl Marie Bastardi on her passing. Continue reading Somerville Remembering Cheryl Marie Bastardi
Dear Billy T and Somerville/Medford News Weekly Speakup Line,
Mr. Tauro I was wondering if you knew about the elderly home that’s located on 117 Summer Street that has quietly become an alledged nut house. My mother lives on Preston Road and she stated to me that all kinds of crazies are walking around her neighborhood all of a sudden. Was this another hush hush deal from the Mayor? Continue reading Somerville/Medford News Weekly Speakup Line:Who Profited on Bringing in that Derelict House on Summer Street?
Dear Billy T and Somerville/Medford News Weekly Speakup Line:
I just saw your recent Letter to the Editor regarding the ongoing political corruption and self gain that’s going on in Somerville.
Republican Congressional candidate Caroline Colarusso has issued the following appeal to the White House regarding the human rights violations, war crimes and bombings of innocent civilians in Armenia and the Artsakh Republic. Continue reading Colarusso Campaign Release for Medford
By Arthur Moore
Well it has been way over a year we have been stuck with this mess the city decided we needed. It has not work from day one. Yet here we are after fighting for over a year for our employees(elected officials) to fix the problem they created. Between Brad Rawson, Mark Niedergang, Jesse Clingan and Joe Curtatone not a thing has been done to step up and make it right. Continue reading Broadway Winter Hill the Screw Job
The City of Somerville Community Preservation Committee (CPC) is seeking public comment on Fiscal Year 2021 Community Preservation Act (CPA) funding applications for historic preservation and open space projects. This year, more than $430,000 is available to support projects in these categories. Feedback from residents will help inform the CPC’s award recommendations. Continue reading Public Comment Sought on FY21 Community Preservation Act Applications
As of the Tuesday, November 3, elections. All early voting will take place at Somerville City Hall, 93 Highland Ave., and the schedule is as follows:
Continue reading Somerville Early Voting Begins October 17 The City of Somerville will hold 14 days of early voting ahead