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Somerville Neighborhood News – your source for local TV news! On this episode of Somerville Neighborhood News…Beloved nonprofit, the Ruby Rogers Center, is at risk of losing funding. The City of Somerville sets up oral history workshops for residents. Groundwork Somerville holds its annual Maple Syrup Project. The City in partnership with the Welcome Project presents a Sanctuary Rally. And Somerville Local First organizes a successful Valentine’s Day Market. All that and more, coming up on Somerville Neighborhood News. Like us on Twitter and Facebook!

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Representative Capuano Holds a Town Hall at SHS

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Representative Capuano Holds a Town Hall at SHS

On March 13th, Representative Michael E. Capuano​ , a former Somerville Mayor, hosted his town hall at Somerville High School. The audience, estimated to be more than 400 people, asked questions of the Congressman for over 90 minutes.

Gaming Convention PAX East features Somerville Musician

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Gaming Convention PAX East features Somerville Musician

Somerville resident and professional violinist Michael Hustedde​ performed on the main stage at popular gaming convention PAX East 2017​. Michael’s group, Videri String Quartet, is an ensemble dedicated to performing the music of video games at the highest level.

Maura Healey Post-Election Town Hall | SNN

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Maura Healey Post-Election Town Hall | SNN

On March 6, Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey held a post-election town hall at Somerville High School. Community members from the Greater Boston area packed the house as Healey addressed several issues including immigration, civil rights, and more.

Video Essay: Development and Displacement

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Video Essay: Development and Displacement

Somerville residents and business owners continue to fear displacement as a result of ongoing citywide zoning reformations. Changes proposed in the community include conserving residential areas, improving Davis Square, and fully renovating Union Square.


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