The Somerville Licensing Commission Meeting being held today, Monday, June 21, will begin at 6:30 p.m., not the usual time of 6 p.m. Tonight’s meeting includes a public hearing on a proposed cannabis dispensary at 690-692 Broadway. Continue reading Somerville June 21 Somerville Licensing Commission Meeting to Begin at 6:30 p.m.
On Friday, June 18, 2021, at 8:35 A.M., Somerville Police control received a 911 call regarding a male passed out in a motor vehicle on Broadway near MacArthur Street. Continue reading Real Life Somerville Police Stories: Robert VALLERY (OUI Drugs, Possession of Class E)
On 6/16/2021, at 9:36pm, I was assigned to uniform patrol in unit West-7. Ofc. T. Lambert (unit West-6), Ofc. Buswell (unit West-5), and I responded to XX Barton St. for a report of a suspect that was trying to open a car door and displayed a knife to the reporting party. The suspect description fit the same from an earlier nearby call for smashed windshield and it is believed that it is the same suspect for incident #21030457 Continue reading Real Life Somerville Police Stories: Pershing REID (Assault w/ Dangerous Weapon, Possession of Dangerous Weapons)
By William Tauro
I received this following message/comment from a reader that posted on my William Tauro for Mayor Facebook. It reads as follows: “Still waiting for the knock in the door to speak to this so call “Life Long Resident”, have issues I want to hear what his plans are…. Drugs, crime, DPW issues, parking, Condo construction, parks, green space and a few others…informed a few of his supports and still he has not visited the home of this TRUE LIFE LONG RESIDENT!!!! Continue reading Letter from the Editor:Don’t Judge Me If You Don’t Know Me and What I Do for Somerville
I am withdrawing my consideration for endorsement from Our Revolution Somerville (ORS). I do this in solidarity with the candidates of color who received unfair treatment and outright exclusion at recent candidates forums. This is not an endorsement or rejection of any candidate, but rather an acknowledgement that all people deserve to be treated fairly and equally.
DJ Brother Cleve and Booty Vortex Will Provide Pre-Fireworks Entertainment
SOMERVILLE, MA – The City of Somerville’s annual SomerMovie Fest returns this year with a series of seven family-friendly films being shown in parks around Somerville.
The Somerville Board of Health (BOH) approved a proposal at its June 17 meeting that revises and extends the City’s current residential eviction moratorium for 90 days, until September 15. Continue reading City of Somerville Residential Eviction Moratorium Extended to September 15
Richard J. Sweeney, 65 of Stoneham, formerly a lifelong resident of Medford, passed away suddenly June
16, 2021 in Maine. Rick, a former Medford Firefighter of 32 years, passed away in the state he grew so
fondly of and where he spent a great deal of his time. Continue reading Somerville/Medford Remembering Richard J. Sweeney
Our sincere condolences, thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of Kathleen L.(O’Loughlin) Meehan on her passing.
Kathleen L.(O’Loughlin) Meehan was a wonderful person who will be sadly missed here in Somerville. Continue reading Somerville Remembering Kathleen L.(O’Loughlin) Meehan