Open Letter to Mayor Ballantyne and Somerville City Council:
I write to ask if you would kindly reconsider your support to build a PSB at 90 Washington Street and instead find a more suitable land parcel next door to your home, or your place of employment or your house of worship. Please accept my apologies as it seems like everyone in your Planning Department thinks this is such a great idea. The Cobble Hill residents do not.
Continue reading Letter to the Editor: Open Letter to Mayor Ballantyne and Somerville City Council
By City of Somerville
Conway Park reopens this Friday! After five years of remediation and renovation, Conway is back with major recreational and environmental improvements, like a new athletic field and splash pad, 64 new native trees, better drainage, and much more. Join us May 27 at 11 a.m. for a ribbon cutting to celebrate. Continue reading Conway Park Reopens Friday After Five Years
PHILLION, Margaret M. (Collins) – Of Brockton formerly of Somerville, May 20, 2022.
Beloved wife of Francis Phillion. Continue reading Somerville/Medford Remembering Margaret M. Phillion
The City of Somerville and Fenway Health invite you to a virtual community forum to discuss a local supervised consumption site (SCS) on Wednesday, June 1, at 6 p.m. This forum will discuss what SCSs are, what the need is in Somerville, and ongoing efforts to explore establishing an SCS. This is an opportunity to learn more, ask questions, and share feedback.
Continue reading Somerville-Supervised Consumption Site Virtual Forum, June 1
By Joe Viglione
Musician Greg Paquette introduced me to disc jockey Lou Spinnazola’s show on Camup. The program, the Spin Room, is moving to Mixclound beginning Monday, May 30, 2022. This interview conducted Sunday 5/22/22.
The Spin Room now on Mixcloud starting Monday May 30, 2022.
JV: Lou, how long have you been in radio?
Continue reading A Talk with DJ Lou Spinnazola of The Spin Room Hotline to the Underground Interviews Lou Spin!
SOMERVILLE, Mass. – The City of Somerville Police Department and the Middlesex Sheriff’s Office will partner to host the Somerville gun buyback initiative Saturday, June18, 2022 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Somerville Department of Public Works Yard located at 1 Franey Road. The regional initiative includes several communities in the Middlesex county over the past couple of years. The focus is on providing residents with a safe and secure way of removing unwanted firearms from their homes. Continue reading Real Life Somerville Police Stories: Somerville Will Participate in Regional Gun Buy Back Initiative 2022
The SPD tries to embody the community it serves by staffing a diverse group of officers who combined share many years of police experience. Continue reading Somerville Police Department News Updates
Michael V. Hogan, a lifelong Somerville resident, passed away suddenly on May 11, 2022, he was 47.
Born in Somerville he was the cherished son of of Judith Hogan-White and Robert W White of Nashua, NH.
He was the father of Jarrod Hogan and Kiley Hogan and the late Cayden Michael Hogan Grace and step father of Katelyn and Casey Delaney who he loved very much. Nephew of Debbie Hogan Vicente and Joe Vicente. Continue reading Somerville/Medford Remembering Michael V. Hogan