At the Davis Square Neighborhood Plan Open house earlier this week, City planners encouraged community members to consider and respond to potential developments in Davis Square.
Like many cities in the area, Somerville has been facing a housing crisis in recent years. Housing prices are rising to the point where working-class families cannot afford to pay their rent. Short-term rentals like Airbnb may be partially to … Continue reading
A rally in support of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) was held by Centro Presente at the Massachusetts State House.
In response to community concerns regarding its uncertain future, Mayor Curtatone confirmed the City’s commitment to the future of the Somerville ARTFarm for Social Innovation. The written statement was made public at a community meeting held at the Brickbottom Artists … Continue reading
On October 27, Sage Naturals opened its Somerville store, making it the first medical marijuana dispensary in the city.
Story time for children, music production classes, and mindfulness workshops are just a few of the amazing things happening at the Somerville Public Library (MA). Find out more on this episode of Out of the Stacks with Cathy Piantigini!
Somerville community theater organization Theatre@First organized a 24 hour play festival to raise money for the victims of Hurricane disaster through the “Americares” relief effort.
Somerville Media Center – SMC and Somerville Neighborhood News present: “The Cost of An Education: Tuition Hikes and Social Class at Tufts”. This video is the culmination of months of work by interns Nathan Foster and Celeste Teng, who are … Continue reading
On October 23rd, MassDOT held a meeting at Somerville High School to give the community updates on the MBTA Green Line Extension.
Somerville Neighborhood News was at Senator Bernie Sanders’ speech at the Our Revolution Somerville rally this morning. Didn’t get to see him? Catch the whole speech here and On Demand at somervillemedia.org/watch.