Real Life Somerville Police Stories: (A&B Public Employee, Disorderly, Deface Property, Assault, Resisting Arrest)

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On Sunday, May 15, 2022, I, Officer David Ruf, was in full-uniform and assigned to marked cruiser East-1, for the Somerville Police Department. At approximately 12:16 A.M., Officer P. Canty (East-4) and I were dispatched to the area of Artisan Way and Grand Union Blvd for a drunk male. It should be noted that Officers Pasqualino and Lorenti (Sector East) dealt with this same party a short time earlier (#22026794) Continue reading Real Life Somerville Police Stories: (A&B Public Employee, Disorderly, Deface Property, Assault, Resisting Arrest)

Somerville Planning Board Seeks Two Members ​

The Somerville Planning Board seeks one full member and one alternate member, and all Somerville residents are invited to apply. A background in architecture, landscape architecture, urban design, urban planning, and/or land-use law is beneficial but not required. Applicants should be interested in job creation, affordable housing development, and open space and multimodal transportation strategies. Continue reading Somerville Planning Board Seeks Two Members ​

Sign Up for Free Rides to Food or Health Care

The City’s Taxi to Health program is back, offering no-cost cab rides to local food and health care services. Those who need can sign up for free trips to grocery stores, food pantries, farmers markets, and pharmacies in Somerville, as well as to non-emergency medical appointments in Somerville, Arlington, Boston, Cambridge, Everett, and Medford. Continue reading Sign Up for Free Rides to Food or Health Care

ADOPT-A-SENIOR

By Bob Katzen

A proposal that would establish a statewide Adopt-A-Senior volunteer program to assist seniors with snow removal and property or home maintenance services received a favorable report from the Elder Affairs Committee back on December 20, 2021 but has been languishing in the Senate Ways and Means Committee since that time. Provisions include creation of a registry of volunteers to match and place volunteers with seniors within their community. Continue reading ADOPT-A-SENIOR

SOMERVILLE-A LETTER BY BUTCH FOSTER:2022 MILLION DOLLAR BIKE RIDE FOR MSUD – JUNE 11, 2022


Photo:Scott Foster


A Letter by Butch Foster:

 
Hello everyone!  

I hope you are all healthy and doing well.  It is that time of year again when Team Scott rides for our orphan disease MSUD in his memory.  I again will be joined by my brother-in-law Steve Healy and my grand turismo friend Billy Goodwin.
The orphan disease center at the University of Pennsylvania medical center will again be matching the first $30,000 the MSUD Family Support Group raises to fund a research project for a cure for MSUD. Continue reading SOMERVILLE-A LETTER BY BUTCH FOSTER:2022 MILLION DOLLAR BIKE RIDE FOR MSUD – JUNE 11, 2022