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Somerville was originally settled as a part of Charlestown in 1630. Actually, it was known as "Charlestown beyond the Neck" because of its location towards the mainland of Massachusetts, not on the Charlestown Peninsula. As the area began to develop and expand, the area that is now Somerville remained predominately rural and Charlestown grew more and more urban. When Somerville was incorporated in 1842, it separated the rural town from the urbanizing Charlestown.

Population: 77478
Local Newspapers: Somerville Journal Cambridge Chronicle
Local Sports Teams: Boston Bruins Boston Celtics Boston Red Sox New England Patriots
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Towns/Cities near somerville, massachusetts : Cambridge Industrial Park Charleston Winter Hill Ten Hills

Somerville News
Editorial: Stirring the pot pot

Just as Massachusetts lawmakers are about to get down to business, trying to craft a workable recreational marijuana law out of the mish-mash voters approved in November, along comes - oh, yes, the Trump administration. White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer indicated Thursday that the legalization of recreational marijuana by states is "something that the Department of Justice I think will be further looking into."

Auditor Bump Appoints Loan Thi Dao to Serve on Asian American Commission

New members of the Asian American Commission were sworn in by State Treasurer Deborah Goldberg in her State House Office. The new commissioners, from left are: Anil Saigal, Gilbert Ho, Loan Dao, Janjy Ananth, and Nina Liang.

Just Announced: Juliana Hatfield will bring new Pussycat LP Boot and Saddle in April

Veteran singer-songwriter Juliana Hatfield will return to the Boot and Saddle stage this April, bringing with her a new LP called Pussycat - her first solo album since 2013's Wild Animals . In the time since, she reunited her old band The Juliana Hatfield 3 - which played B&S in March of 2015 - and collaborated with Paul Westerberg on a project called The I Don't Cares.

Memories of JFK sticking forever

STAMP OF APPROVAL: News photographers in attendance are recognized by, left to right, Thurgood Marshall Jr., U.S. Rep. Joseph P. Kennedy III, Postmaster General Megan Brennan, photographer Ted Spiegel, Matt Kennedy and U.S. Sen. Edward Markey yesterday at dedication ceremonies for the John F. Kennedy Forever Stamp. PRESIDENTS DAY: U.S. Rep. Joseph P. Kennedy III, right, smiles with George Washington, aka Cameron Spear, during a dedication ceremony for the John F. Kennedy Forever Stamp, seen above on cupcakes.

What the Fluff? An American lunchbox icon is turning 100

Fluff turns 100 this year, and the marshmallow concoction that has been smeared on a century's worth of schoolchildren's sandwiches has inspired a festival and other sticky remembrances. Every year, between 5 million and 7 million pounds of the sticky cream invented in suburban Boston in 1917 is produced and sold worldwide, although half the supply is bought up by New Englanders and people in upstate New York.

New Senate chairs look at policy issues

Bringing in new revenues, spreading economic development through all corners of the state, and maintaining a dialogue with the business community are among the priorities new Senate committee chairs say they'll focus on this session. Senate President Stanley Rosenberg made his assignments Wednesday, shifting some lawmakers into different roles and staffing new committees that will deal with marijuana policy and export development.

Detectives, troopers honored for capturing alleged escapee

Two Somerville detectives and two Massachusetts State Police troopers have been recognized for apprehending a former Army reservist who allegedly escaped from a Rhode Island prison and spent five days on the lam. Republican Gov. Charlie Baker and other officials gathered Monday afternoon to honor detectives Kilsarys Leguisamon and Derrick Dottin, as well as troopers Joseph Merrick and Brendan Cain.

Flights canceled, roads hazardous as winter storm pummels New England

Residents dig out following a winter snow storm in the Boston suburb of Wakefield, Massachusetts, U.S. February 13, 2017. A man clears snow off his vehicle following a winter snow storm in Somerville, Massachusetts, U.S. February 13, 2017.

Buy a piece of history before The Ship sails

If you crave a bit of nautical history, head to The Ship on Route 1 in Lynnfield this Wednesday . Furniture, memorabilia, kitchen equipment - even the liquor license - will be up for public auction at the now-closed restaurant.

ICE official says no arrests made in Massachusetts Saturday

Amid reports from around the country that federal immigration authorities are conducting raids in major cities including Los Angeles and New York, a spokesman for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement in Boston said Saturday no arrests had taken place in Massachusetts. Panic spread on social media Saturday with rumors that a raid had been conducted at a Somerville restaurant, but the spokesman, Shawn Neudauer, said that those reports were incorrect.

John F. Crowley, 89

John was born in Somerville on May 8, 1927, one of two children of the late Dennis F. Crowley and Nellie E. Crowley. After graduating from high school, he served his country in the U.S. Marine Corps during World War II.

John F. Higgins Sr.

John F. "Jack" Higgins Sr. of Stoneham passed away at Melrose-Wakefield Hospital on Wednesday, February 1. He was 89 years of age. Jack was born in Somerville on May 18, 1927 to the late Nathan and Frances Higgins.

Baker's doing the Massachusetts shuffle on Trump

If Gov. Charlie Baker really wants to prove his anti-Donald Trump street cred, he'll open the State House to illegal immigrants. That way he can help deal with the overflow of all the illegals who will seek sanctuary from deportation in Boston Mayor Marty Walsh's City Hall.

Target Takes Aim at Central Square

The famous red bullseye will hit Central Square March 8 when the popular retailer Target opens its first Cambridge location on Massachusetts Ave., just down the street from Harvard. Currently, Target's nearest locations are in Somerville, Watertown, and Fenway, so the Central store-about a mile from the Yard or one stop on the Red Line-will be more convenient for Harvard students and Cantabrigians.

The Sweet, Gooey History of Marshmallow Fluff

Peer into a kid's lunchbox anywhere in America and you're likely to find one of a few classic sandwiches: As food trends come and go, ham and cheese and peanut butter and jelly remain enduringly popular year after year. In New England, though, such a search is just as likely to turn up a fluffernutter, the sweet pairing of peanut butter and Marshmallow Fluff slathered on white bread that's long been a favorite in the region's lunchrooms.

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SOMERVILLE, Massachusetts: Fluff turns 100 this year, and the marshmallow concoction that has been smeared on a century's worth of schoolchildren's sandwiches has inspired a festival and other sticky remembrances. Every year, between five million and seven million pounds of the sticky cream invented in suburban Boston in 1917 is produced and sold worldwide, although half the supply is bought up by New Englanders and people in upstate New York.

Greentown Labs Springfield office acts as 'matchmaker' between tech and manufacturers

Technology researchers renting space at Somerville's Greentown Labs are turning their environmentally friendly innovations into physical products, real things people can hold in their hands. But they need someone to make those physical things.

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