Dedication of Playground in Memory of Officer Sean Collier

  
  

Paul Upton

This past Saturday, a playground was dedicated to the memory of MIT Officer Sean Collier at Silver Lake in Wilmington. Officer Collier was a Wilmington native and attended the Wilmington Public Schools before moving to Somerville where he embraced the Somerville community as his own. He was killed by the Boston Marathon bombers on April 18th, 2013. Continue reading Dedication of Playground in Memory of Officer Sean Collier

Marathon Sports “Somerville Jingle Bell Run” registration has opened

  
Santa Claus is currently relaxing on the beach in Grand Isle, Louisiana on the Gulf Coast and his guaranteed arrival in Davis Square-Somerville, MA is on December 20, 2015 @ 11:00am – he is bringing sunshine for the day and then he is bringing back to the Gulf Coast cases of Harpoon Brewery refreshments and Mizuno sneakers from Marathon Sports for all our friends south of Somerville, MA Continue reading Marathon Sports “Somerville Jingle Bell Run” registration has opened

MAYOR WALSH CELEBRATES 15 YEARS OF COLLABORATION AND INCLUSIVE COMMUNITIES

  
BOSTON – Wednesday, September 23, 2015 – On Thursday, September 24, Mayor Walsh will join the Boston Fair Housing Commission (BFHC) and the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination (MCAD) to celebrate 15 years of collaboration and celebrate the Past, Present, and Future of Civil Rights.     Continue reading MAYOR WALSH CELEBRATES 15 YEARS OF COLLABORATION AND INCLUSIVE COMMUNITIES

Solicitor’s Opinion prompts Medford Mayoral Candidate Stephanie Muccini Burke to ask Councilor Penta to resign

  
 

MEDFORD – In light of the recent opinion issued by City Solicitor Mark Rumley, Mayoral candidate Stephanie Muccini Burke is calling upon opponent Robert Penta to resign his position on the City Council effective immediately. Continue reading Solicitor’s Opinion prompts Medford Mayoral Candidate Stephanie Muccini Burke to ask Councilor Penta to resign

Bedford Police Searching for Bank Robbery Suspect

  
The Bedford Police Department is looking for a man who allegedly robbed Brookline Bank this morning. He is described as a white male with a brown beard, plaid long-sleeved shirt, dark sneakers, black backpack, sunglasses and possibly wearing a blonde wig. (Courtesy Photo).
BEDFORD — Chief Robert Bongiorno reports that the Bedford Police Department is searching for a man who allegedly robbed Brookline Bank this morning. Continue reading Bedford Police Searching for Bank Robbery Suspect

MMA Safety Alert: Kawasaki recalls Vulcan models due to ignition failures

   
 
The Massachusetts Motorcycle Association alerts its members that Kawasaki has filed a recall notice with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for 11,836 motorcycles because of ignition wires chafing on the fuel tank, potentially resulting in a short-circuit and possible engine stall. Continue reading MMA Safety Alert: Kawasaki recalls Vulcan models due to ignition failures

BOSTON FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES SCREENING SCHEDULE                                                          

   
31st Festival Runs SEPTEMBER 17-21; Five World Premieres
 
BOSTON, September 10, 2015 – Continuing its tradition of featuring exciting new films, the 31st annual Boston Film Festival (September 17-21) will spotlight two local features and five world premieres that will expand to five different Boston venues.  Continue reading BOSTON FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES SCREENING SCHEDULE                                                          

MAYOR WALSH TO RECOGNIZE NATIONAL PREPAREDNESS MONTH WITH COOK-OFF CHALLENGE

  
Boston – Tuesday, September 15, 2015 – Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced a Cook-Off Challenge, hosted by his Office of Emergency Management (OEM), to highlight September as National Preparedness Month in the City of Boston and inform Boston residents of safety preparedness tips. Continue reading MAYOR WALSH TO RECOGNIZE NATIONAL PREPAREDNESS MONTH WITH COOK-OFF CHALLENGE

Stephanie Muccini Burke Opens Headquarter Opening in Medford

  
Mayoral candidate, Stephanie Muccini Burke, is pleased to announce the opening of her campaign headquarters at 49 High Street, formerly home of The Paint Box in the heart of Medford Square. The intention of the staffed office is to provide access to the community to come in and share their thoughts and visions with Stephanie. Muccini Burke will also be posting office hours on her Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/Burke2016Mayor Supporters and residents shared in the grand opening on Saturday, September 12, 2015.  

STRIKE UP THE BANDS @ SOMERSTREETS” RETURNS TO HOLLAND STREET SEPT. 20

  
Entertainment, family-friendly activities continue City’s annual Open Streets festivals from Davis Square to Teele Square on Sept. 20, rain or shine

 

SOMERVILLE – Grab your instrument and your dancing shoes, and get ready to help the City celebrate the latest installment of its SomerStreets series with Strike Up the Bands @ SomerStreets on Sunday, Sept. 20 on Holland St.! Continue reading STRIKE UP THE BANDS @ SOMERSTREETS” RETURNS TO HOLLAND STREET SEPT. 20

Tewksbury Armed Robbery Suspect Arrested

   
 
On September 9, 2015 the Tewksbury Police Department arrested Isaiah Dotson, 25, of 440 North Ave. Apt. #207, Haverhill for armed robbery, kidnapping, intimidation of a witness, larceny over $250 and carrying a firearm without a license.  

 

At approximately 8:30 PM, the Tewksbury Police responded to the GoWireless Store located at 345 Main Street for a report of an armed robbery. Continue reading Tewksbury Armed Robbery Suspect Arrested

12th annual Revels RiverSing, A Free Celebration of the Autumnal Equinox, Set for Sunday, September 20, 2015 in Cambridge, MA

  

 

Join thousands of voices in song as Revels waves goodbye to summer and welcomes in the fall at this FREE family-friendly Autumnal Equinox celebration in Harvard Square and along the Charles River in Cambridge.   Continue reading 12th annual Revels RiverSing, A Free Celebration of the Autumnal Equinox, Set for Sunday, September 20, 2015 in Cambridge, MA

Massachusetts State Police Need Your Help:Isotope Testing Ongoing for Deer Island Little Girl

   
 

Scientists have completed another round of specialized testing that may offer some information on the unidentified toddler found dead on Deer Island this summer, but the results are preliminary and require further study, authorities said last week. Continue reading Massachusetts State Police Need Your Help:Isotope Testing Ongoing for Deer Island Little Girl