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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.
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 Mayor speaks out for sanctuary cities
The Trump White House continues to fight against sanctuary cities and that has drawn criticism from some city leaders, including one Massachusetts mayor. Harsh words for the new President's administration coming from Somerville Mayor Joe Curatone.Political Happy Hour: March 27, 2017
Here's your Sergeant Pepper cocktail glass of politics, from Joshua Miller of the Boston Globe at the Massachusetts State House. 'SANCTUARY CITY' SIREN, via BostonGlobe.com: "Attorney General Jeff Sessions continued the Trump administration's tough talk against so-called sanctuary cities, announcing Monday that they would lose certain federal grants if they didn't cooperate with federal immigration authorities.The Modernistics: Sizzling Bebop, Music and Tap Dance from the Great American Songbook
The Modernistics will perform April 1, Ventress Library, Marshfield MA: sizzling bebop and favorite song and dance numbers like Let's Misbehave, Sunny Side of the Street, Top Hat, and It Don't Mean A Thing If It Ain't Got That Swing. SOMERVILLE, Mass.Joe Curtatone cautions against browbeating opponents of sanctuary cities
Somerville Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone cautioned fellow left-leaning proponents of sanctuary cities against demonizing foes as the hot-button issue plays out across the state with cities and towns responding to President Trump's controversial stances on immigration. "It is critical that you can't leave people behind in the conversation, even if they are opposed," Curtatone told Herald Radio's "Morning Meeting" program.Caitlyn Kasper wonders where she comes from. It's not an easy question to answer.
One of Caitlyn Kasper's best friends speaks frequently about her Haitian heritage. Another tells stories of ancestors from Portugal and Italy.Shots fired in Cambridge are the first reported in months, police say
Multiple gunshots fired in mid-Cambridge Saturday night were the first reported in the city in months, according to Cambridge police. No one was injured when bullets punctured a vehicle and the siding of a house just before 9:29 p.m. on the 300 block of Elm Street, said Cambridge Police spokesman Jeremy Warnick.Album released on beer can is a T.R.I.P.
Brewery collaborates with experimental band to develop a beer and packaging that complements the spirit of the album and provides a way for consumers to obtain the new release. Beer and music is a perfect pairing-especially when that beer is from a craft brewer known for its experimental varieties, and the music is from a band recognized for blending genres and technology to reimagine the experience of seeing a live band.Report blames errors, complacency for R.I. inmate's escape
Escaped federal prisoner James Morales at the Massachusetts State Police barracks in Medford after being captured in Somerville on Jan. 5. A prisoner's New Year's Eve escape from a Rhode Island detention facility was "easily preventable, inexcusable, and directly related to a series of human errors," according to a report released Friday.Blackstone man, charged with killing father, held without bail
A Blackstone man who fled to New Jersey, after his 83-year-old father was found slain in his home, is being held without bail in Worcester County House of Correction following arraignment in Uxbridge District Court Friday afternoon. Glenn R. Armstrong, 48, was charged with assault and battery resulting in murder, larceny of a motor vehicle, failure to submit DNA, and misleading a police investigation.Essential Details Your Wedding Caterer Needs to Know
There are all sorts of details you'll want to share with your caterer as you're planning that will influence your menu, the type of service you decide, and the experience your guests have. Want to make your first meal as husband and wife totally memorable for you and your guests? These catering pros are sharing the information they'll need from you to make this celebratory dinner one everyone will enjoy.Designated Bike Lane in Sullivan Square, Rutherford Ave:Plan Cheered by Cyclists
For more than a few in the Town, the mention of a dedicated bike path in the plans for Sullivan Square and Rutherford Avenue brings on a frown or the rolling of the eyes - and is sometimes seen as a bit of expensive, wasted space to accommodate a small, but vocal, group of bike riders. Apparently there are quite a few, and bicyclists, neighboring cities and biking organizations are cheering the move by the Boston Transportation Department to include such a protected pathway as it makes a critical connection to a much larger network of trails.MBTA updates proposal requested for Green Line Extension Project
The MBTA Green Line Extension Project team releases a request Friday morning for a proposal to rebuild the line. PHOTO BY NATALIE CARROLL/ DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF The Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority Green Line Extension Project team released a draft Request for Proposal Friday with an Affordability Limit budget of approximately $1.3 billion, according to a press release from the Massachusetts Department of Transportation.Immigration and Customs Enforcement Challenges Cambridge's 'Sanctuary City' Status
The Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency has listed Cambridge an "uncooperative jurisdiction" for refusing to comply with federal requests to detain individuals for possible deportation. President Donald Trump ordered the creation of the Weekly Declined Detainer Outcome Report in January as part of an executive order on immigration.Boston and 4 other Massachusetts cities included on ICE's first sanctuary city list
Get Boston Globe's Political Happy Hour newsletter , your afternoon shot of politics, sent straight from the desk of Joshua Miller. Five Massachusetts cities, including Boston, are among the jurisdictions listed as uncooperative in a new public list released by federal immigration officials Monday.Now hear this: Loud sound may pose more harm than we thought
In this Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017 photo, Matt Garlock, of Mansfield, Mass., stands for a photo in Somerville, Mass. The 29-year old has trouble making out what his friends say in loud bars, but when he got a hearing test, the result was normal.MBTA to weigh buying Green Line cars, commuter rail coaches
The MBTA could look to replace much of its aging Green Line fleet and about 50 of its commuter rail locomotives in the coming years, officials said. Steve Poftak, a member of the MBTA's oversight board, said Monday that a draft plan, due to be released in July, will likely recommend the purchase of hundreds of new Green Line cars and many commuter rail coaches.Report: IRS granted tax-exempt status to Satanic cult in 10 days
"While some conservative groups may wait years for tax-exempt status, the IRS swiftly gave approval for a Satanic cult that sponsored an 'After School Satan Club,' according to records obtained by a watchdog group. Documents posted by the conservative government watchdog group Judicial Watch late last week show the nonprofit called Reason Alliance, based in Somerville, Mass., operates in the state of Washington as the Satanic Temple of Seattle.
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