On March 2nd, 2021, I, Detective Goncalves was assigned to the Somerville Police Drug Control Unit as Delta 20 along with Detectives Costa, Legros, Cicerone and Sgt. Detective Rego.
On Friday, March 05, 2021, I, Officer Sergio Costa was working patrol in full-uniform in cruiser (W-5) during my assigned 12:00 am to 8:00 am shift. At approximately 4:00 am, I was dispatched to 60 Linden Ave for a noise call. Officer T. Sousa (E-3), S. Garcia (W-6), and J. Morel (W-7) responded as back-up. Continue reading Real Life Somerville Police Stories: Isaias MANGANDI (OUI Liquor, Open Container, Use MV w/o Authority, Unlicensed Op)
On Sunday, 3/7/21, I was working my assigned 4PM to 12AM shift in the East-1 cruiser. At approximately 9:51PM, Officer Brian Pavao (East-4) and I, were dispatched to 193 Broadway for a report of a driver passed out behind the wheel of a Honda, with two kids in the back seat. The following is a summary of the incident: Continue reading Real Life Somerville Police Stories: Carlos ALVAREZ (OUI Liquor)
The Somerville City Council invites you to join a virtual community meeting on Civilian Oversight of Police and also to take our survey about civilian oversight: Continue reading Somerville City Council Announces Survey & Community Meeting (3/24) on Civilian Oversight of Police
Ageless Grace Program – various dates – Ageless Grace is a fitness and wellness program consisting of 21 simple exercise tools designed for all ages and abilities. These exercises, based on everyday movements, focus on the healthy longevity of the body and mind. Dates include: March 23rd, April 6th & 20th, May 4th & 18th and June 8th & 22nd at 1:00 pm. Join us via Zoom. Please contact Chris at 617-625-6600 ext. 2315 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or for additional information. Continue reading Somerville Council of Aging Press & Organizational Outreach 3-4-2021
Residents can pre-order Rain Barrels through April 21st.
MEDFORD – The City of Medford will be offering rain barrels at a highly discounted price again in 2021. In partnership with The Great American Rain Barrel Co., the City is working to safely provide residents with an opportunity to save money and help the city manage its water supplies.
Continue reading Medford’s Rain Barrel Program Returns for 2021
We regretfully announce the passing of Mary R. Leonard (Joyce) of Somerville, MA (and Bangor, ME) on March 13, 2021. Mary was surrounded by her loving daughters and passed away Continue reading Somerville Remembering Mary R. Leonard (Joyce)
Starting Monday, March 15, Somerville residents can once again drop off select waste items at the DPW Yard at 1 Franey Road. Yard waste, electronic waste, and tires will be accepted. Note that yard waste cannot be in plastic bags.
JENNIE’S OBITUARY April 23, 1931 – March 11, 2021
CUCURULLO, Jennie (Napolitano) – 89, Of Somerville passed away peacefully at home surrounded by her loving family on March 11,2021. Continue reading Somerville Remembering Jennie Cucurullo
Our sincere condolences, thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of Shawn Patrick Hayes on his passing
Shawn Patrick Hayes will be sadly missed here in Somerville. Continue reading Somerville Remembering Shawn Patrick Hayes
Easing of outdoor performance restrictions expected
The City of Somerville is remaining in reopening Phase 3, Step 1 until at least March 30 and capacity limits in Somerville businesses will remain at 25% or the limit set in the business’s City-approved health and safety plan until further notice. Continue reading Somerville Remains in Limited Phase 3, Step 1 Reopening; Capacity Limits Stay Status Quo
Our sincere condolences, thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of Sylvia Martignetti on her passing.
Sylvia Martignetti was a wonderful person who will be sadly missed here in Somerville.
The residents and business community of Somerville have remained silent for too long for decades now. They are tired of elected officials for forgetting our seniors and veterans and tossing them aside. Continue reading A Sleeping Giant Has Been Awoken in Somerville
By Arthur Moore
So we had the big message from our mayor in the beginning of March. It was such a surprise to hear so much talking but saying nothing. Nothing to add to help with anything for the pandemic to help in anyway. Continue reading Curtatone Sends Empty Message to People of Somerville
Missing Dog!! #Somerville / #Everett MA Line
Area of Broadway / Sullivan Square Station