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Eight new Somerville Police Officers graduated from the Lowell Police Academy this past week along with 40 other new officers from other cities, towns as well as university police. Best wishes as you enter law enforcement at an especially challenging time. Be safe.
October 30, 2015
Fall Brochure / Registration
Look for new programs in our Community Brochure. Additional sessions of Super Soccer Stars, (ages 2/3, 3/4 and 4/5. Continue reading Marshfield Recreation Dapartment
BEDFORD — Chief David Grunes is pleased to report that several members of the Bedford Fire Department assisted with the delivery of a baby yesterday morning. Continue reading Bedford Firefighters Assist With Delivering Baby
BOSTON – Wednesday, October 28, 2015 – Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced that WrightGrid, the leading provider of solar-powered charging stations for mobile devices, has installed two WrightGrid Model Z charging stations at City Hall Plaza, providing Boston’s residents and visitors with free, secure, and sustainable charging. The announcement builds on the Mayor’s commitment to establishing City Hall Plaza as a more welcoming and vibrant space. Continue reading MAYOR WALSH ANNOUNCES CHARGING STATIONS AVAILABLE ON CITY HALL PLAZA THROUGH PARTNERSHIP WITH WRIGHTGRID AND BABSON COLLEGE
Many people do not know how easy it is to access millions of books, pictures, music, videos, and more through free services that are available to everyone. Continue reading Senator DiDomenico: Take Advantage of Your Library’s Resources
Washington, D.C. – Congresswoman Katherine Clark released the following statement on the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015: Continue reading Congresswoman Clark statement on bipartisan budget deal
MEB hockey continues to roll on this fall, with some teams finding their way and others looking for the winning combination – not unlike the Bruins these days… Continue reading Malden/East Boston Youth Hockey Update
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Erin Ann DiBenedetto is a proven leader who has the experience and relationships to deliver solid leadership for Medford. Having served two terms on the Medford School Committee, she will bring her record of fighting for residents and community organizing to our city. As an experience School Committee Member, she will work to make sure everyone in our school district has the opportunity to succeed. Continue reading Please Vote Erin DiBenedetto for Medford School Committee on November 3rd
MEDFORD – Mayoral candidate Stephanie Muccini Burke has received the endorsement of Attorney General Maura Healey, joining a growing list of community leaders who support her candidacy. Continue reading Attorney General Maura Healey endorses Stephanie Muccini Burke for Mayor of Medford
DEDICATION CEREMONY FOR
CHARLIE MURPHY & JOHNNY MURPHY
“MURPHY’S CORNER MARKET” Continue reading Two New Square Dedications In Medford
Photo by William Tauro
This Veterans Day the Somerville Hair Cuttery salon is recognizing and giving back to former service men and women through its Share-a-Haircut program. For every adult haircut purchased on Wednesday, November 11th, a free haircut certificate will be donated to a veteran in the community. Continue reading Somerville Hair Cuttery Salon Donates Haircuts to Local Veterans in Honor of Veterans Day
Don’t miss the latest Somerville Neighborhood News segments brought to you by the staff, interns and volunteers at Somerville Community Access Television. Below are the headlines and videos:
Taking the Race Conversation into the Neighborhoods – SNN #51
It takes a Somervillage: How the Arts Community and Somerville Non Profits Collaborate – SNN #51
Somerville Scholarship Foundation Celebrates 25th Anniversary – SNN #51
Giving Tuesday Somerville Continues its Campaign – SNN #51
A Sneak Peak into Somerville’s Haunted – SNN #51
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(Cambridge, MA) The Inman Square Business Association announced their third annual Inman Square Harvest Hoedown event, set for Sunday, November 8 from 12PM to 4PM on Springfield Street in Cambridge. This event will take place rain or shine. This year’s event promises to be even bigger than last year with an increase in available tickets, a street closure and a large beer and cider garden. Continue reading The Inman Square Business Association announces Third Annual Inman Square Harvest Hoedown event on November 8
Editor-in-Chief Bill Keller moderates a White House talk with law enforcement leaders.
President Barack Obama and law enforcement leaders will sit down Thursday in a conversation with The Marshall Project as the president embarks on a new effort to reform the nation’s criminal justice system. Continue reading PRISON POLICY AND THE PRESIDENT:A Conversation About Criminal Justice with President Obama
Bloomberg-funded Team will Explore and Evaluate Solutions for Building, Buying, and Owning Middle Income Housing Continue reading MAYOR WALSH LAUNCHES HOUSING INNOVATION LAB
Tewksbury Memorial High School will be honoring our Veterans at our annual Veterans’ Day Ceremony. Local Veterans will be recognized as well as several of our faculty who have served our country. Continue reading TEWKSBURY MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL VETERANS’ DAY CEREMONY NOVEMBER 10, 2015
BOSTON – A proposal by House Minority Leader Bradley H. Jones, Jr. (R-North Reading) to limit the amount of time sex offenders can secure a stay of final classification pending a court appeal is one step closer to becoming law, following its passage today in a modified form by the House of Representatives and state Senate. Continue reading Rep. Jones’ proposal limiting sex offenders’ ability to stay their final classification on an appeal now on Governor’s desk
Mayor Michael J. McGlynn today announces his endorsement of Stephanie Muccini Burke for Mayor of the City of Medford. As I compare the records of the two candidates, I find great differences in their political beliefs and positions on the issues. Continue reading Medford Mayor McGlynn Endorses Stephanie Muccini Burke
Boston – Thursday, October 15, 2015 – Mayor Martin J. Walsh joined Mass Mentoring Partnership (MMP), a statewide organization fueling the movement to expand empowering youth-adult relationships to meet the needs of communities across Massachusetts, to announce the recruitment of more than 500 new mentors so far as part of the Mayor’s Mentoring Movement. Continue reading MAYOR WALSH’S MENTORING MOVEMENT RECRUITS 500 NEW MENTORS
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For over a half a century, Andover DCS has provided the people of Andover, as well as the surrounding communities, with a multitude of programs, events, trips and classes, for youth and adults alike. Continue reading Friends of DCS Information Meeting – You can make a difference!
On Wednesday, October 21st singer-songwriter Bob Forrest will perform at Johnny D’s in Somerville, MA. Continue reading Wednesday, October 21st Johnny D’s BOB FORREST – Somerville:’Survival Songs’
BOSTON: Mass Alliance, a coalition of varied political organizations dedicated to making Massachusetts more progressive is proud to announce their endorsement of Stephanie Muccini Burke candidate for Mayor of Medford. Continue reading Stephanie Muccini Burke Gaining Momentum with More Endorsements
“We stood side by side to honor our fathers names on the World War II monument. Now, I stand by Stephanie’s side to endorse her in the upcoming Mayoral election”, said Bob Maiocco, former City Council President and colleague of Stephanie Muccini Burke. Continue reading Former Medford City Council President, Bob Maiocco, endorses Stephanie Muccini Burke for Mayor
Good Evening Believers,
We had a breakfast a couple of weeks ago at the new youth center. We invited a few folks we thought could help us with the final phase of the youth center funding. Continue reading You’re invited to theCelebration Dinnerfor the Cormier Youth Center
Thank you to everyone who showed your support driving by us today! Looking forward to November 3rd! Make sure you get out to vote….. every vote counts!
Mayor Michael McGlynn announced today that the City of Medford has accepted the resignation of Officer Stephen LeBert who also stated his intention to retire as a member of the City of Medford Police Department. Continue reading Medford Police Officer LeBert Resigns
Photo:Kevin Corey and Dave Condon
Thank you Massachusetts Motorcycle Association for our 15 year plaque! And thank YOU for continuing your fight for all our Biker Rights!!
Thanks again to all our friends and supporters!!!
Overview: Medford’s fall and spring street cleaning program is an essential public works activity that not only keeps our city looking cleaner, but reduces the risk of flooding and icing due to storm drain back-up. Given our harsh winters and severe weather that can bring on flash floods in a matter of minutes, the importance of this program cannot be understated. Continue reading 2015 Medford Fall Street Sweeping
Textizen Mobile Platform will Allow Public to Text Feedback; One of Many Innovative Ways that Public Can Engage in Imagine Boston 2030 Process Continue reading MAYOR WALSH KICKS OFF COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT FOR FIRST CITYWIDE PLAN IN 50 YEARS
Photos by Frank Santangelo
Dozens of people gathered in East Somerville this past Sunday for the 2015 This Is East Event Festival.
About:THIS IS EAST FESTIVAL! Continue reading Somerville’s 2015 This Is East Festival
All motorcycle riders are invited to attend to hear details regarding motorcycle rights issues locally within the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and nationally across the United States. Continue reading Massachusetts Motorcycle Association (MMA) District 2 Meeting. October 15, 2015 at 7PM at the American Legion in Holbrook.
13 Bostonians Under the Age of 35 Honored for Their Positive Contributions to the Community Continue reading ONEIN3 ANNOUNCES 2015 IMPACT AWARD FINALISTS
Mayor Setti D. Warren To Convene National Meeting To Introduce
“Economic Growth for All”, New Policy Framework To Increase Economic Mobility
Continue reading US Conference of Mayors Community Development and Housing Committee Chair
The Dan Candell Hypnotist Show is coming back again this year for all interested students, staff, families, and community members. Don’t miss out! Continue reading “Dan Candell Hypnotist Show – Friday, October 9th at 7:00 p.m, Medford High School, Caron Theater
Disabled and Limbless Veterans delivered 120 new pairs of New Balance sneakers to The New England Center for Homeless Veterans after taking orders at an earlier event. Disabled and Limbless Veterans, Inc. continues to support our most needy veterans.