The deadline to register to vote or update your party affiliation or address for the September 14 preliminary election is Wednesday, August 25, at 8 p.m. Massachusetts voters have the option to register online or via a paper form. Continue reading Register to Vote in the September 14 Preliminary Election by August 25
Residents are invited to display their own works of art and travel around the city to see the creativity of others
Continue reading Somerville’s First Ever Yart Sale Planned for August 14
The City of Somerville’s Economic Development Division recently published its second Diversity Catalog, which highlights women-, minority-, veteran-, and LGBTQIA-owned businesses in the city. The Diversity Catalog can be found at http://www.somervillema.gov/diversitycatalog.
Continue reading City of Somerville Releases Second Diversity Catalog Highlighting Local Businesses
New intersection design aims for safer travel for pedestrians, cyclists, and drivers
Please join us for LIVE IN PERSON for excellent networking, free appetizers, cash bar, business card drawing, complimentary bowling & no cover at Flatbread Company, Davis Square. Sponsored by Rockland Trust. Continue reading Somerville Chamber of Commerce After Hours
August 2, 2021
Mayor Joseph Curtatone
Somerville City Hall
93 Highland Avenue
Somerville, Massachusetts 02143
Dear Mayor Curtatone,
I am writing to you regarding the concerns myself and members of the community have regarding the safeguard procedure for the Absentee Ballots for the 2021 Primary and General Election. Continue reading William B Tauro’s Letter to Mayor Joseph Curtatone
By Arthur Moore
Once again I am on my second major surgery and have to travel these streets that look like something out a war picture that have been bombed. Every freaken bump is shear agony trying to get home. Continue reading Where Is The Somerville Street Repair Money?
Photo:Franchise owner Jeff Mehigan and Skin to Soul founder Nicole Russo
Jeff Mehigan has re-opened the Somerville franchise of Skin to Soul Massage and Myofascial Release in Twin City Plaza. Continue reading New Business Opens In Twin City Plaza
Dear Billy T and Somerville/Medford News Weekly Speakup Line,
All u are saying that u are going to do is great. We need this city to be brought back to its glory days.
One of my biggest concern is the sidewalks on my street and I’m sure many other streets.
As u know my father is in a wheelchair.
& The sidewalks are in horrible condition.
As I’ve told u via telephone that I’ve called the mayor’s office and my complaints fall on deaf ears. Continue reading Somerville/Medford News Weekly Speakup Line:Elected Officials Not Listening to Constituents