By Arthur Moore
I suspect outside of people seeing them on detail they really do not know what they do in a day. I sort of don’t either. But what I can say is how much they can do for us that we are not aware of. Continue reading So, You Want to Defund the Police?
Photo courtesy of Somerville Firefighters Local 76
Shown from (L-R) being sworn in by IAFF District V.P. Jay Colbert are Secretary Treasurer Bobby Hodnett, Lowell Street Steward Matt Kirylo, Union Square Steward Seamus Lynch, Continue reading Congratulations to the newly elected representatives of Local 76!
This year, instead of gathering on Prospect Hill on New Year’s Day to reenact the raising of the Grand Union Flag (considered to be the first flag of the nation), you can tune in to a virtual celebration of this historical event. Continue reading Somerville’s First Flag Raising Celebration Going Virtual in 2021
By Arthur Moore
I must have misunderstood our governor when he said that front line workers like doctors and nurses will get the vaccine first, then the prisoners. I am wondering where the politicians fit in? Continue reading New Front Line Workers?
Updated: We just found out that Snuggles the dog was found safe.
The Somerville Police Department is seeking any information about a vehicle involved in a Tuesday, December 22, crash. At around 7:52 a.m. a 9-year-old boy was struck at Broadway and Walnut Street while walking his dog. Continue reading Somerville Police Ask for Public’s Help to Identify Vehicle Involved in 12/22 Crash