The City of Somerville Water Department is conducting a Flushing Program throughout the water distribution system. The City will be flushing hydrants and operating gate valves to maintain the distribution system. Continue reading Somerville Hydrant Flushing Programs Begins Monday 9/30
Somerville High Makes Two-Level Leap to Level 1 Designation; District’s Student Growth Percentile Surpasses Nearly All Districts with 1,000 or More Students; Notable rise in number of students scoring advanced or proficient in Math and English Language Arts Continue reading Somerville Public Schools Show Phenomenal Growth on MCAS
By William Tauro
The Middlesex Federal Savings bank in Somerville is proud to announce the appointment of Peter Bazzinotti, a highly respected and well-known person within the banking industry.
Bazzinotti resides in Tewksbury and has been the named “senior vice president-senior loan officer” at Middlesex Federal Savings in Somerville.
engage, empower and enable Asian women who are impacted by cancers.
Fifteen Asian cancer survivors will share their inspiring stories and model
the creations of leading Asian designers.
Friday, October 4th from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM
7:00-8:00: Reception (raffle prizes available)
16 BOW STREET
SOMERVILLE MA 02143
8:00-10:00: Fashion Show
Please make check payable to “Asian Women for Health, Inc. and mail it to:
83 Wallace Street, Somerville MA 02144
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By William Tauro
Capt “JR” of Sambuca Charters who stars in Nat Geo’s new tv hit series “Wicked Tuna” visited with the staff of The Somerville News and BostonNewsGroup.com this past Saturday evening in Somerville to offer his congratulations on the new opening.
Bostonnewsgroup.com and The Somerville News Weekly are currently considering putting together a “Charity Boston Harbor Tour Cruise as well as a Charity Fishing Trip Raffle aboard the two Somerville News and Bostonnewsgroup.com news boats to benefit Somerville Lions Club charities that explore eye research and help to find a cure for blindness.
The newspaper is hoping to utilize some “Star Studded Power” to spark up some extra excitement and interest for the summer of 2014 events!
Photo: Somerville News Publisher Bill Tauro and Capt JR
Please join us at the Chamber’s next Business After Hours at Orleans, 65 Holland Street, Davis Square sponsored by Great Hill Dental 5:00 – 7:00 P.M., Thursday, October 3, 2013. Free appetizers, excellent networking. Bring your business cards for drawing. Members and their guests welcome. Treat your colleagues and clients! RSVP with name(s) and affiliation(s) for you and your guest(s) to firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn about Union Square’s rich history and diverse architecture today during the walking tour “From Bow Street to Brickbottom.” Meet in Union Square on the traffic island across from Citizen’s Bank at 2 p.m. on Sunday September 29th from for 2-4:30pm tour . To start the tour. http://goo.gl/mwTvVE
Sunday, September 29th 8:00am until 5:00pm
We are playing at our home field, Dilboy Stadium, 110 Alewife Brook Parkway, Somerville, MA.
ALL TEAMS ARE PLAYING AT DILBOY
STARTING @ 8:00am
E- Team 8:00 am (need to be at field 7:00 for practice)
D- Team 9:30 am (need to be at field at 8:30)
C- Team 11:00 am (need to be at field at 10:00)
B- Team 12:30 pm (need to be at field at 11:30)
A- Team 2:00 pm (need to be at field at 12:30)
F- Team. 3:30pm. (Need to be at field at. 2:30)
Please follow the rules at our home field during the games. All players must go onto the field by crossing on the carpet, NO CLEATS on the track, NO Gatorade, Bags or Back Parks on the field.
All families please take a seat and don’t stand on the walk way. We must keep the walk way clear for emergencies.
Good Luck to all teams.
Mark your calendars: The East Somerville by Designcharrette is coming up and we need your ideas. Join planners, city staff, and your neighbors Mon., Sept. 30th through Wed., Oct. 2, to talk about the future of East Somerville. The charrette is taking place in a currently vacant storefront at 122-124 Broadway and will feature open studio time, discussion groups on specific topics, and Spanish and Portuguese translation in the evening. For more information on the upcoming charrette:http://bit.ly/16eyEN7.
The results are in and Somerville Public Schools showed phenomenal growth on MCAS tests in 2013. Being the data lovers that we are, we’ve been going through the numbers and have found lots of great news in the latest test results. Some highlights include: Somerville High made a 2-level jump to a Level 1 Designation; the district’s Student Growth Percentile surpassed almost all districts with 1,000+ students; there was a notable rise in the number of students scoring advanced or proficient in math and English language arts. For more analysis and some cool charts, visit:http://bit.ly/1eJOBxd.
In case you’ve missed the local buzz (and the plug on Good Morning America!) the What the Fluff? A Tribute to Union Square Invention festival was in Union Square filled with music, dancing, cooking competitions, and plenty of Fluff. Celebrate a great Somerville invention at a great Somerville festival.
Sunday is Tufts Community Day. Join your neighbors from Tufts and Medford for an afternoon of music, lunch, dancing lessons, and a Quidditch game all on the Tufts academic quad. Community Day runs from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. For more information, include directions to all the fun: http://bit.ly/QnMfaT
By William Tauro
Continue to follow BostonNewsGroup.com as we bring you inside for close look at the ongoing internal investigation probe at the request of the Mayor’s office being conducted by various law enforcement agencies at the Somerville Department of Public Works!
Police officials are believed to have spent over a full 2-3 weeks sifting through mountains of incriminating hard evidence and conducting over a week’s worth of meetings at the Somerville DPW building interviewing, questioning and even taking depositions of certain city employees that are believed to be part of a plot to defraud city taxpayers out of thousands of overtime hour dollars. Continue reading Alleged Overtime Scandal at The Somerville DPW
By William Tauro
Continue to follow BostonNewsGroup.com as we bring you inside for an exclusive close look at the ongoing internal investigation probe at the request of the Mayor’s office being conducted by various law enforcement agencies at the Somerville Department of Public Works!
Police officials are believed to have spent over a full 2-3 weeks sifting through mountains of incriminating hard evidence and conducting over a week’s worth of meetings at the Somerville DPW building interviewing, questioning and even taking depositions of certain city employees that are believed to be part of the plot to defraud city taxpayers out of thousands of overtime hour dollars.
Find out who the players are and how they did it!
Hundreds of thousands of your tax dollars allegedly being scooped away by a handful of city employees for their own personal gain.
Hundreds of alleged misrepresented time sheets and literally hundreds of photos taking you inside the DPW Garage as it was happening!
Stay tuned to BostonNewsGroup.com for the very best news coverage of this situation as it unfolds while the investigation continues and the evidence mounts against the accused!
For more photos go to our sister news publication news site, www.Bostonnewsgroup.com