On Wednesday, the Somerville First Source Jobs Initiative (SFSJI) celebrated a job fair exclusively for residents of the Somerville area at the Cambridge Health Alliance building, in [Read more...]
Aguacate Verde is delighted to offer Gourmet Peruvian Buffet and Costume Contest with Live Peruvian Music Friday, October 31st. Join us from 7:30pm to 11:00pm
to celebrate with Aguacate Verde El Dia
Daylight savings time ends at 2:00 a.m. on Sunday, November 2nd; time to turn our clocks back 1 hour. Reminder that Tuesday, November 4th is a Professional Development Day – there is no school for students that day.
November 4th is also Election Day. Don’t forget to vote!
New York City – Saturday & Sunday, November 1st & 2nd – For a fee of $174.00 per person double occupancy or $249.00 per person single room you will receive your hotel room & motor coach bus transportation. Departing [Read more...]
As Election Day approaches us, I am proud to announce that I have received another endorsement from an honorable group in the community. The [Read more...]
GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS FRIDAY, October 31, the 304th day of 2014 with 61 to follow. Sunrise in the Boston area is @ 7:16 and sunset is @ 5:39. The moon is waxing. The morning stars are stars are Jupiter and Mercury. The evening stars are Mars, Neptune, Uranus & Venus.
ON THIS DAY IN: 1517 – Martin Luther posted the “95 Theses” on the door of the Wittenberg Palace church in Germany, starting the Protestant Reformation.
It is a distinct honor to receive another endorsement from such an essential and respectable group in the community. The Somerville Fire Local 76 Union has offered their support and endorsement in my candidacy for the [Read more...]
“On this week’s Greater Somerville, Kyann Anderson and Joe Lynch speak to the statewide 2014 ballot questions. Automatic gas tax hikes, rollback of the casino law, adding another nickel deposit to certain plastic and glass containers and providing paid sick time to tens of thousands of Massachusetts workers are all presented, discussed and debated.
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Join the City of Somerville for the fourth annual Somerville Bulb Blitz on Saturday, Nov. 8 and help prepare your neighborhood for a bright and colorful spring 2015! From 10 a.m. to noon, residents of all ages will gather at public spaces throughout the City to plan tulip and daffodil bulbs in anticipation of the 2015 spring season. Since 2011, volunteers have planted more than 9,150 bulbs citywide. Participants should bring their own tools (bulb planters, shovels, hoes, gloves, etc.). For more information, including locations, visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/QXC39P5, or contact Luisa Oliveira at LOLIVEIRA@somervillema.gov, or 617-625-6600 ext. 2529.
City’s Arts Council adds two highly anticipated projects to its repertoire for fall 2014.
SOMERVILLE – This month, the Somerville Arts Council is rolling out two exciting and anticipated projects in [Read more...]
Digital Agency Velir to receive 2014 Small Business of the Year Award Velir selected by Somerville Chamber for good business practices and innovation
The Somerville Chamber of Commerce announced today that it has selected Velir, a local digital agency based in Davis Square, as 2014 Small Business of the Year. The Award is meant to [Read more...]
On the periphery of Davis Square between Mass. Avenue and the Community Path, one finds a closely settled, lovely neighborhood with a mix of single- and multi-family homes, many of which are part of the Campbell Park-Meacham Road Local Historic District (LHD). It’s one of those Somerville “pocket” neighborhoods you might not know about unless visiting someone there.
Interview with Marian Berkowitz
A series of hills divides Somerville into unique neighborhoods. I am now in the Central Hill neighborhood, meeting the owner of 70 Oxford Street who recently won a 2014 Director’s Award from the Somerville Historic Preservation
Mayor Walsh to Announce Major Climate Preparedness Efforts on Two-year Anniversary of Hurricane Sandy
BOSTON — On the two-year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, Mayor Martin J. Walsh will be joined by local officials to announce a new regional effort to help prepare Boston and the metropolitan area for the impacts of climate change. The event will also include the kickoff of the international design competition, Boston Living With Water, as well as an update on Boston’s climate efforts.
Almost five years ago, The Boston Globe threw itself into the heroic battle to elect Martha Mary Coakley to the Senate.