, Five Things You Need to Know: Based on the forecast, Somerville has declared a snow emergency effective 2 pm today, Sat., Dec. 14. Please review the important snow emergency info Continue reading SNOW EMERGENCY DECLARED
By William Tauro
Officer Paul Glejzer of the Burlington Police Department performed an annual volunteer CPR and First Aid course at Somerville’s Winter Hill Yacht Club for members this past Saturday morning.
Recently voted in, Somerville Police Lieutenant William Rymill will be replacing outgoing Secretary of Superior Officers Union Gerald Reardon who recently retired. Continue reading Lt Bill Rymill New Secretary of Superior Officers Union
SOMERVILLE – In accordance with the City’s Snow Emergency Procedures, Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone has declared a snow emergency for the City of Somerville to go into effect at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 14. During snow emergencies, Continue reading SOMERVILLE DECLARES SNOW EMERGENCY EFFECTIVE SATURDAY, DEC. 14 AT 2 p.m.
This week the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) Board of Directors approved an MBTA plan to reduce fares for RIDE users from $4 per trip to
MEMO TO BHRC SUBSCRIBERS: This week’s report is on the final 2013 roll call attendance record of your local representatives. Some representatives may have poor attendance records for a variety of reasons, including health problems or military service. We do not Continue reading Beacon Hill Roll Call Volume 38 -Report No. 50 December 13, 2013
By William Tauro
The Soares Family of Somerville’s home thats located on Medford Street, for as far back as we can remember has always been the biggest supporters of our troops deployed far and near!
Just by displaying that sign is like a shot heard around the world!
For that we salute them for their continuous efforts throughout the years on their amazing displays and energy on spreading the word, “Support our Troops!”
Merry Christmas and Thank You for All That You Do!
From the Soares Family
Arlington Police Department
112 Mystic St. Arlington, MA 02474
Last seen on 12/9/13
ROSENBERGER, John J. D.O.B 8/16/52 (Age 61) Height 6’4” – Weight 175
John is a white male, thin build with blue eyes and grey hair. Last seen wearing a blue coat, a ski cap, a backpack and walks with a stick. He usually attends different readings and shows at Harvard bookstore, the Cambridge Public Library or the Boston Public Library.
Residents reminded to familiarize themselves with policies, including parking and shoveling information, at www.somervillema.gov/snow
SOMERVILLE – Try as we may to avoid it, the inevitable New England winter is fast approaching. To help prepare new residents and seasoned veterans, Continue reading RESIDENTS REMINDED TO REVIEW SNOW EMERGENCY, REMOVAL POLICIES & PROCEDURES IN ADVANCE OF WINTER WEATHER
If a snow emergency is declared, Continue reading Say it ain’t Snow
By William Tauro
The Somerville School Department held its Annual All City Middle School Winter Concert on Thursday December 12th.
The event was held at the East Continue reading SPS ALL CITY MIDDLE SCHOOL WINTER CONCERT
By William Tauro
Somerville Police Lt. Stephen Carrabino was sworn in on Thursday evening as our newest Police Captain for the Somerville Police Department.
Carrabino is a graduate of Harvard University Kennedy School of Government with an MPA, Suffolk Law School in JD Law and Boston University with a BS in Nursing.
Police Captain Carrabino has been with the Somerville Police Department from eighteen years since 1995.
This past Thursday evening at City Hall, the city hosted our first ever Brain Mob. What’s a Brain Mob? It’s a brainstorming session focused on issues where the community can make a real difference. Since winter is Continue reading With all our brain power combined we can tackle even the toughest of problems
Partners HealthCare plans to build up to 1.1 million square feet of new mixed-use office space in several phases on the former IKEA parcel in Assembly Square. By late-2016 around 4,5…00 administrative employees are scheduled to move into the first two buildings. Although Partners is a tax exempt non-profit, they have agreed to make municipal services contributions to the City that are still being negotiated and the site should eventually generate more in revenue for the City than the tax payments IKEA would have made. For more on this exciting news: http://bit.ly/19hiwcZ. Photo by Chris Devers
If a couple of 2- or 3-day visitor parking permits won’t be enough for you holiday traffic, you have options. The Traffic and Parking Office grants parking consideration (a relaxation of permit parking rules) as w…ell as the option to get a temporary visitor parking passes for more than 3 days. These options are open to anyone with a valid visitor permit already. You can find a list of all the permits available in Somerville (a growing number are being offered online!) here: http://www.parksomerville.com/parking-permits. If you have questions,you can always call 311 or 617-666-3311.