by Amanda Best In honor of Somerville’s 175th birthday, the City has begun a Storytelling Project, encouraging members of the community to share their Somerville experiences. An event was held at the Somerville Public Library (MA) to kick off the … Continue reading
by Peter Levine On February 4th, the City of Somerville in partnership with The Welcome Project held a rally for Sanctuary Cities and Inclusion. Speakers included city officials, local business owners, Somerville High School students and more.
by Dian Zhang On January 28th, Groundwork Somerville held it’s annual Maple Tree Tapping Day at Tufts University. The event is part of their Maple Syrup Project which will continue with the Maple Syrup Boil Down Festival on March 4th. … Continue reading
by Connor Edwards On the morning of Saturday, February 4th, an estimated 4,800 people gathered in front of Somerville High School for the “We Are One Somerville: Sanctuary City Rally” in support of the city’s sanctuary policy. Led by the … Continue reading
Are you seeing stories in your community that aren’t being told? Do want to help hold your local government more accountable? Do you need an excuse to go meet new people, see new places and indulge your curiosity? Come join … Continue reading
More than 175,000 people met in the Boston Common for the Boston Women’s March for America. The March featured many notable speakers including Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, Attorney General Maura Healey, Senator Ed Markey, and Tanisha … Continue reading
Somerville High School recently opened a publicly-run Fabrication Laboratory or “Fab Lab” called Fabville. SNN took a tour of Fabville and had the opportunity to talk to Fabville Director, Jerry Shaw.
On January 16th, City of Somerville Health and Human Services Department and the Somerville Public Schools presented “One Somerville”, the City’s annual Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration.
Somerville Neighborhood News covered the recent 10-alarm fire in Cambridge and SNN contributor, Nic Schweitzer, reports on this story.
Marijuana is legalized in Massachusetts, what does this mean exactly? Learn more in this breakdown.