RALPH, Joyce Palmer January 12, 1935 – April 14, 2021 Joyce was the beloved daughter of the Reverend Leon and Lala Palmer. She was raised in Birmingham, AL and maintained deep ties to the south for her entire life. Continue reading Somerville Remembering Joyce Palmer Ralph
The Somerville Fire Department responded to a building fire at 2-4 Adrian Street on Monday afternoon, April 19th. The initial call was reported at 252 p.m. Arriving firefighters encountered a heavy smoke condition in the building with an active fire in the basement. The building is currently under renovation and is unoccupied. Continue reading Somerville Fire at 2-4 Adrian Street
Click on link below to read April 20th, 2021 The Somerville Medford News Weekly Print Edition Online
By Bob Katzen
ATTORNEY GENERAL REMINDS PUBLIC THAT VACCINES ARE FREE AND NO ID IS REQUIRED – As more people become eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, Attorney General Maura Healey sent out an advisory last week indicating that while the federal government encourages vaccine providers to ask patients for IDs, Social Security Continue reading ATTORNEY GENERAL REMINDS PUBLIC THAT VACCINES ARE FREE AND NO ID IS REQUIRED
By Bob Katzen
This bill (S 1883) – Establishes a universal basic income pilot program run by Department of Transitional Assistance (DTA) under which 100 persons would be given $1,000 per month over a two-year period. Continue reading UNIVERSAL BASIC INCOME OF $1,000
PRIMARY ENFORCEMENT OF THE SEAT BELT LAW (S 1591) – Allows police officers to issue tickets for seat belt violations even if the driver is not first stopped for another violation as required under current law. Other provisions prevent officers from searching the vehicle or occupants solely because of the seat belt violation and prohibit a seat belt violation from resulting in a surcharge on motor vehicle insurance premiums. Continue reading PRIMARY ENFORCEMENT OF THE SEAT BELT LAW
By Bob Katzen
Bill (S 2231) – Requires the Massachusetts Clean Energy Technology Center (MassCEC) to conduct a study of clean energy project finance gaps, including project capital, project credit support and enhancement, project finance insurance and project pipeline development. Continue reading CREATION OF A “GREEN BANK” TO FINANCE CLEAN ENERGY
Happy Birthday to Deborah Gambino, Karen Quinn, Bob Ciampi, Diana Simmons Drugas, Maryann Puntonio, Tayla Boos, Kostas Kapotas, Jared Bernis, Kevin Machado, Eva Whiteway, Mike Mike, Bill Dufour, Chris Houghton, Cathy Neptune, Bryan Bishop, Nathália Storch Braga, Susan Abbott Hickey, Hirsh Gardner, Jay Forestier, Dina Benevides, Nicolle Doucette,Leo Pacheco, Karen Ray Walsh, Jodi Melanson Kinney, Andy Cambria, Daniel Tamburello, Continue reading The Somerville/Medford News Weekly Favorite Birthday Photos of the week!
NORTH READING — Plans are now underway to organize a Ted Williams Camp Alumni Jimmy Fund event in July of 2022. The event will be held at the site of the former Ted Williams Camp.
Continue reading TED WILLIAMS CAMP ALUMNI PLANNING JIMMY FUND EVENT
We are so exited, for the release of the book “ La Caída del Imperio Anáhuac” by Ángel Pineda. We hope from the bottom of our heart that you will appreciate it. We need your support in this very special historical moment to all of us – the book has a special cost for the release momentum. Continue reading “ La Caída del Imperio Anáhuac” by Ángel Pineda