Medical Marijuana dispensary Sage Cannabis, is scheduled to open this summer in Davis Square.
Somerville Media Center – SMC’s UNews Program brought 11 young journalists from Arlington and Somerville together during April Vacation to learn from journalism professionals about how to get the scoop on real life local stories. They curated and hosted a … Continue reading
Developer Federal Realty Investment Trust is seeking a waiver from the current affordable housing law for their upcoming Assembly Square development. The issue has stirred up tension in the community. The Planning Board will likely make a decision on the … Continue reading
In this episode of Fallon’s Daily Toast, I sit down with Somerville’s Mayor, Joe Curtatone. We discuss economic development, sustainability, opioid crisis, green-line extension, sanctuary city, intergovernmental cooperations, waste and more. Producer – Fallon Leigh O’Brien Executive Producer – Jesa … Continue reading
Somerville senior Richard Johnstin works as a playground coach at West Somerville Neighborhood School through Playworks New England. Coach Dick teaches and inspires young students while staying connected to the community through his contributing efforts.
The Somerville Arts Council and the Somerville Office of Sustainability and Environment with Greg Cook organized The Tiny Great Outdoors Festival which took place at the Quincy Street Open Space in Somerville.
Union United continues to push for an inclusive Community Benefits Agreement for upcoming development in Union Square. On April 20th, the local coalition held a press conference outside of master developer US2’s office. The Somerville Redevelopment Authority is voting on … Continue reading
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After serving people for 161 years, the landmark Harvard Square bookstore, Schoenhof’s Foreign Books, closed in late March.
On April 17, the City of Somerville held it’s annual Patriot’s Day Ceremony. Highlights included colonial games, live music from the Somerville High School band, poetry readings, and a visit from Paul Revere!