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Somerville Mayoral Candidate William Tauro Still In The Race


Now that I am the only conservative candidate running for mayor of Somerville on the stage with common sense that holds family values and wants to be a voice for all, please write-in William Tauro on November 2nd.

Until the FBI can complete their process, I still have only less than 45 days to run my campaign so every day counts that’s why we’re running a sticker campaign and yes we will prevail.
Continue reading Somerville Mayoral Candidate William Tauro Still In The Race

Tauro Campaign To Contest Somerville Mayoral Primary Election Results Due to Election Fraud. So Yes We’re Still In The Race…

“Everything is fine no worries my attorney actually said this morning we’re in better shape today then we were two days ago I’ll explain when I speak to you but we are in it to win it still!”
Continue reading Tauro Campaign To Contest Somerville Mayoral Primary Election Results Due to Election Fraud. So Yes We’re Still In The Race…

Fire at Dormition of the Virgin Mary Greek Orthodox Church In Somerville

By William Tauro

Firefighters from multiple communities were dispatched at about 7:21PM on Wednesday for a 2nd alarm fire box located at 29 Central Street in Somerville at the Dormition of the Virgin Mary Greek Orthodox Church fir a gas fed fire on floor 2.

SFD Press Release:
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Tauro Campaign To Contest Somerville Mayoral Primary Election Results Due to Election Fraud


Tauro Campaign To Contest Somerville Mayoral Primary Election Results Due to Election Fraud. So Yes We’re Still In The Race…

Due to the many discrepencies and alleged mishandling of the election ballots and results, the Tauro Campaign is pursuing legal action and an investigation into the several matters that appear questionable. Continue reading Tauro Campaign To Contest Somerville Mayoral Primary Election Results Due to Election Fraud

If You Are Still Undecided On Somerville’s Mayoral Race, You Need to Read This Article..

By Richard Scirocco

After much deliberation of the public, only one person stands out that can protect the rights of all without discrimination. One candidate can work with all classes. The others have been exposed for fraudulent leftest activist puppets of Joe Curtatone who can’t run for the Mayors position himself for legal reasons. So Joe coerced three others into representing him. If your choosing one of them then you should do your due dillegence and ask what they were promised behind closed doors. These individuals have never represented the best interests of the public but only themselves, and will follow what they are told to do if elected. Continue reading If You Are Still Undecided On Somerville’s Mayoral Race, You Need to Read This Article..

Somerville Remembering Carol Ann Castignoli

CAROL’S OBITUARY
Carol Ann Castignoli, a life long Somerville resident, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by the love of family on September 3, 2021, she was 62. Born and raised in Somerville she was the cherished daughter of Carol F. (Mercer) Castignoli of Somerville and the late John G. Castignoli. A graduate of Somerville High School, Carol went on to work for the US Postal Service, beginning as a letter carrier and then became a supervisor of the Union Square Post Office. She was also a certified tax preparer and worked for H&R Block in their Davis Square Office. Continue reading Somerville Remembering Carol Ann Castignoli

Somerville Remembering Mary T. (Hansbrough) Herlihy

MARY’S OBITUARY
Herlihy, Mary T. (Hansbrough) – 95, A lifelong resident of Somerville passed away on September 10, 2021.
Beloved wife of the late Francis T. Herlihy.
Loving daughter of the late Mary A. Truell.
Dear aunt of Thomas Herlihy of FL, Paul A. Herlihy of Acton, and Ann Duffy of Wakefield.
Also survived by several great nieces and great nephews as well as extended relatives and dear friends. Continue reading Somerville Remembering Mary T. (Hansbrough) Herlihy

The Somerville/Medford News Weekly Favorite Birthday Photos of the Week

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Happy Birthday to a number of Villens celebrating their birthdays this week in the Ville! Happy Birthday to Cody DaSilva, Michael J . Bowler, Michaela Catherine Catino, Ann Marie Miele, Sean Byrne, Jo-Ann Marie Fontano, Jenny Minichiello, Cheryl Tucker, Nick Chella, Sandy Fife, Carol Cook O’Leary, Continue reading The Somerville/Medford News Weekly Favorite Birthday Photos of the Week

Please Consider Casting Your Vote For William B. Tauro for Mayor of Somerville

Welcome All,

As we continue our great campaign I want everyone to remember,

My biggest fight is for you. And it’s not all about the corruption or bad behaviors and practices of the city officials and various department workers, it is about preserving your future. Saving you from financial ruins as underhanded factions conspire to rob you of your life work to earn enough money to purchase your dream home and then once your goal was reached, you were charged with outrageous fees, taxes and forced sales to find a more cheaper and affordable way. Continue reading Please Consider Casting Your Vote For William B. Tauro for Mayor of Somerville

3 adult males have been Arrested in Connection to 9/8 Shooting

After an extensive CID investigation, 3 adult males have been arrested in connection to a shooting that occurred on 9/8 in the area of 460 – 480 Mystic Ave. One individual was arrested on two counts of armed assault to murder; firearm, discharge within 500 ft. of building; and firearm, carry with ammunition. Continue reading 3 adult males have been Arrested in Connection to 9/8 Shooting

“Strike Up the Band” at September’s SomerStreets Festival

Join your neighbors to help “Strike Up The Bands” at September’s SomerStreets celebration on Sunday, September 19. Part of the Arts Council’s annual series of SomerStreets events, the festival will fill Highland Avenue between Central Street and Lowell Street from 2 to 6 p.m., rain or shine. Continue reading “Strike Up the Band” at September’s SomerStreets Festival

City Councilor McLaughlin 9/11 Commentary

This is a particularly difficult 9/11, both because of the 20th anniversary as well as the recent events in Afghanistan. Today I honor the selfless service of our first responders and service members who rush towards danger even when it is not always appreciated by everyone. I also mourn for the people of Afghanistan who are often forgotten and will continue to suffer long after we are gone. Continue reading City Councilor McLaughlin 9/11 Commentary

Somerville/Medford News Weekly Speakup Line:Corruption and Intimidation at Somerville DPW Still Exists

Dear Billy T and Somerville/Medford News Weekly Speakup Line,

Hey Billy, Hope this finds you well. Saw your post on the DPW and wanted to comment but figured I’d rather message you instead… you know I’m familiar with the bully tactics used by those in that building, I was chewed up and spit out by that hate machine. Continue reading Somerville/Medford News Weekly Speakup Line:Corruption and Intimidation at Somerville DPW Still Exists

Somerville Store Front Windows Being Shot At

You’re beginning to need to wear combat gear to walk around Somerville these days It’s time for Change! #TEAMTAUROforMAYOR2021

By William Tauro

This past Thursday at about 3:30PM, Somerville Police units responded to a report of windows being shot out at Cataldo Ambulance Service on a second floor window facing the Washington Street. A second report also came in that the Empire Tattoo Shop located right beside Cataldo Ambulance were shot at as well. Continue reading Somerville Store Front Windows Being Shot At

Somerville Marisa Tauro Walk to Support Homeless Veterans Attracts more than 150 Participants and Raises Nearly $8,000

Proceeds given to VOAMASS at September 5th breakfast event hosted by Renee’s Café

Somerville (September 5, 2021) – Having raised nearly $8,000 from the inaugural Marissa Tuaro Annual Walk for Homeless Veterans on August 9th, proceeds from the fundraiser were presented to Volunteers of America of Massachusetts (VOAMASS) at Renee’s Café during a breakfast celebration. VOAMASS, a nonprofit that creates opportunities for individuals through residential and outpatient behavioral health treatment, re-entry for justice-involved individuals, veteran services and senior living, has operated the MA Bay Veterans Center located on North St since 2012. Continue reading Somerville Marisa Tauro Walk to Support Homeless Veterans Attracts more than 150 Participants and Raises Nearly $8,000