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June 16, 2015 – Find out the pros and cons of the new Fire Station proposal for busy Somerville Ave., learn how businesses are still dealing with the financial affects of this record breaking winter, get reaction to the Tufts University plan to move forward with janitorial lay offs and join the fun at the Special Olympics. These stories and more on Somerville Neighborhood News, watch the newscast Tuesdays at 7pm on Channel 3 or watch online at somervilleneighborhoodnews.org. These stories and more on Somerville Neighborhood News #42.

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Tufts University Begins Janitorial Layoffs

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Tufts University Begins Janitorial Layoffs

Marching, rallying, and a hunger strike organized by the Tufts Labor Coalition (TLC) have not succeeded in halting the university’s plans to cut janitors’ jobs. On June 8th, the Tufts administration released a university-wide email announcing the commencement of janitorial … Continue reading

Special Olympics School Day Games

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Special Olympics School Day Games

Each spring Special Olympics Massachusetts holds the annual Somerville School Day Games at Dilboy Stadium. Over 150 student athletes with intellectual disabilities throughout Somerville participate in the event. Ian Comack, a Brown School Physical Education Teacher, has been involved in … Continue reading

Fighting Addiction in Somerville

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Fighting Addiction in Somerville

Somerville, MA, June 2, 2015 –Somerville is taking action to help opioid addicts and their families. The Board of Aldermen passed a resolution on May 14, encouraging the police department not to arrest addicts, but to assist them in getting … Continue reading


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