The Somerville Arts Council and Metropolitan Area Planning Council are conducting two surveys to find out if Somerville artists have stable access to space for their work. There are two surveys: one for individuals and one for organizations. Artists who live or work in Somerville are invited to take whichever applies to them. Continue reading Somerville-Two Creative Arts Spaces Surveys Now Accepting Responses
Patricia M. (Saisi) Tresilian, of Somerville, beloved wife of Thomas H. Tresilian, passed away on Saturday, May 8th, 2021, at the age of 73. Continue reading Somerville Remembering Patricia M. (Saisi) Tresilian
By Arthur Moore
I have been in this city for over 70 years. Long before the horse and buggy days. The kind we saw on tv with everyone getting jostled about. Then this is 2021 and why the heck are we bringing it back here. Continue reading The Old Somerville Horse and Buggy Days
Our sincere condolences, thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of former Somerville Police Sergeant Richard A. DeSimone.
Richard A. DeSimone was a wonderful person who will be sadly missed here in Somerville. Continue reading Somerville Remembering former Somerville Police Sergeant Richard A. DeSimone
On May 9, 2021 I was in full uniform working in a patrol capacity for the Somerville Police Department. At 9:02 P.M., I was dispatched to 179 Broadway, Maya Sol Restaurant for a fight. The reporting party stated to Somerville Police Dispatch that there was a male inside the establishment that was trying to fight the people. Continue reading Real Life Somerville Police Stories: Victor MOYA (Disorderly, ABPO)
On Sunday, May 9, 2021, I, Officer Paul Beckford, was on duty for the Somerville Police (East 3). At approximately 1:23 PM, were dispatched to the area of Concord Ave and Springfield St for a larceny. Continue reading Real Life Somerville Police Stories: Anthony QUINONES (Larceny, Destruction of Property) (Boston Warrant)
I like Ben very much, but in this instance I cannot agree that
this former church should be destroyed, especially for a developer.
Carol Rae Bradford,M.Ed.
Re: Ward 3 Newsletter – May 7, 2021 and Ralph Adams Cram
I am a bit unbelieving in that Cram was a racist and against immigrants per se.
I’ve looked him up on the Internet, including Wikipedia, and as far as i can see,
he was a very successful and brilliant architect. I’ve seen nothing at all negative. Continue reading Somerville/Medford News Weekly Speakup Line: Re: Ward 3 Newsletter – May 7, 2021 and Ralph Adams Cram