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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
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Towns/Cities near somerville, massachusetts : Cambridge Industrial Park Charleston Winter Hill Ten Hills

Somerville News
Mass. poised to grant first recreational marijuana license

The Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission has scheduled a vote on an application from Sira Naturals, which runs three medical marijuana dispensaries, for a recreational license for its growing facility in Milford, according to the agenda of the meeting posted Tuesday. The approval would allow Sira Naturals to eventually to sell wholesale quantities of marijuana to other companies with recreational pot shops.

Biogen Foundation Selects Grantees to Receive $10 Million Investment for STEM Education

The Biogen Foundation today announced the six nonprofits that will share a previously-announced four-year, $10 million grant to drive the development of local STEM education ecosystems in Cambridge and Somerville. The Biogen Foundation's STAR Initiative is intended to strengthen and support educational offerings in these cities by helping increase access to STEM resources and opportunities for students currently underrepresented in STEM college or career pathways.

Reactions to the court ruling on the Mass. millionaire tax

By some estimates , the proposed Massachusetts "millionaire tax" ballot question seemed like a sure thing to pass this November. But first, it had to get past a challenge in the state's highest court.

Gov. Murphy: My son's life should not be scrutinized by the media

Gov. Phil Murphy took time out during a press conference Monday on the state budget crisis to sharply criticize a story about a series of incidents involving his son Josh, including an arrest in Massachusetts, which was published by NJ Advance Media. "All of us who enter politics must accept some level of public scrutiny.

Cash-only possible for first pot sales in Mass.

The first stores licensed to sell recreational marijuana in Massachusetts should be open in a few weeks. But anyone hoping to plunk down $60 for an eighth of an ounce of weed might have to leave the plastic at home and bring some twenties instead.

Walking Tour a Treat for Chocolate Lovers

Launching Saturday, June 16, a new, 90-minute walking tour of Beacon Hill will allow guests to indulge their sweet tooth while learning about the history of chocolate. At 3:30 p.m., Anne Wright, founder of Tipsy Chocolates, which also offers Back Bay chocolate tours and truffle-making classes, will convene with tour-goers in the main lounge of the Liberty Hotel for a "aperitif" to toast the day.

LA mom shares her daughter's account of her school being on lockdown

Are these the most tasteless photos EVER? Crass social media posts including a woman twerking on a grave and a mother handing a baby a cigarette prove you can't fake class 'She thought she was going to die': Horrified mother shares 12-year-old daughter's gut-wrenching account of what happened when her school went into lockdown Los Angeles mother Sarah Wine-Thyre, 49, tweeted that her pre-teen daughter's school was on lockdown last week Also last week, a picture of a lockdown-themed nursery rhyme hanging up in a Somerville, Massachusetts kindergarten class went viral Sung to the tune of Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star, it teaches young children what to do in case of an active shooter With 23 school shootings in the US since 2018 began - amounting to one shooting per week so far this year - the news that another school is on lockdown with an active shooter has become incredibly and ... (more)

DNA links convicted rapist to Esplanade attacks

The Esplanade rapist who terrorized women in and around the Charles River park for nearly a decade has pleaded guilty to multiple rapes after his DNA was linked to another rape he committed as an Uber driver. Alejandro Done, 49, pleaded guilty to two counts of aggravated rape, one count of rape, one count of assault with intent to rape, two counts of kidnapping and one count of armed robbery, Suffolk District Attorney Daniel F. Conley said.

'Shut The Lights Off, Say No More': Chilling Lockdown Rhyme Goes Viral

SOMERVILLE - A "jarring" nursery rhyme posted in a Boston-area classroom to help prepare young children for a lockdown is going viral. Georgy Cohen tweeted a photo of the rhyme on Wednesday, saying "this should not be hanging in my soon-to-be-kindergartner's classroom" at Arthur D. Healey Elementary School.

Martin Home Run, Big 1st Inning Lift Tigers Over Red Sox 7-2

Cambridge 8th Grade Student Assaulted On Field Trip To D.C., School Says An eighth-grade student from the Community Charter School of Cambridge was assaulted by classmates on a field trip to Washington D.C., the school says. 'Shut The Lights Off, Say No More': Chilling Kindergarten 'Lockdown' Rhyme Goes Viral A "jarring" nursery rhyme posted in a Somerville classroom to help prepare young children for a lockdown is going viral.

Teacher creates poem on school shooting safety

As Rick Healey and his wife were taking a tour of the kindergarten class where their 5-year-old girl will go to school next fall, they came across a poem that stopped them in their tracks. Image courtesy CNN via Georgy Cohen/Twitter.

Lockdown drill 'nursery rhyme' shocks kindergartner's mom

A mother's visit to her daughter's upcoming kindergarten class took a "jarring" turn when she spotted directions for a school lockdown drill posted in the room - set to the tune of "Twinkle Twinkle, Little Star." Georgy Cohen posted a photo of the poster - written in multicolor text alongside small illustrations - on Wednesday during a tour of a kindergarten class in Somerville, Mass., where her 5-year-old daughter will attend this fall.

'Lockdown, lockdown:' Young students learn new nursery rhyme

A mom's photo from her child's classroom has prompted a discussion online about lockdowns and mass shooting drills in school. In a Twitter post, Georgy Cohen of Somerville, MA, shared a photo of song lyrics in her child's classroom.

Somerville Mayor Joseph Curtatone

Sanctuary cities are hailing a federal judge's ruling yesterday that the Trump administration cannot cut off grants to Philadelphia based on the way the city deals with illegal immigrants, while opponents called the decision a defeat for public safety. U.S. District Judge Michael Baylson said the conditions the federal government placed on the City of Brotherly Love in order to receive the funding are unconstitutional, "arbitrary and capricious."

Carr: Flemmi fails to recognize cohort at mob trial

Law enforcement surveillance caught a picture of, above from left to right, Steven DiSarro, Frank Salemme Jr., Hillary and New England Mafia godfather 'Cadillac Frank' Salemme in 1990. "I don't see him," the Rifleman answered when the prosecutor asked him to point out the 85-year-old former boss of the New England Mafia.

Love and Loss, Featuring Burt Young And Olympia Dukakis, Gets Theatrical And Vod Release This June

"Love and Loss", a collection of the five, highest-rated on Amazon short stories from Hewes Pictures, will open theatrically in Somerville, MA, June 8-14th. Featuring Academy Award winner Olympia Dukakis, and Academy Award nominee Burt Young, these shorts are also currently available on Amazon.

North Korean elites get the latest tech - including iPhone X - despite sanctions, report finds

North Koreans have obtained iPhones, Microsoft operating systems and American-made server software despite increasingly strict U.S. sanctions in recent years and used some of this technology to help launch cyberattacks on other nations, according to a report published Wednesday. The report, by threat intelligence firm Recorded Future ahead of next week's planned summit between President Donald Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong Un, suggests the reclusive nation has been able to build its technology infrastructure largely on U.S. hardware and software, despite trade restrictions.

Educators gather to tackle challenges of K-12 engineering education

Tufts University's Center for Engineering Education and Outreach will host the bi-annual LEGO Education Symposium and its Tufts STEM Education Conference from June 5-7 on Tufts' Medford/Somerville campus, part of its longstanding and ongoing efforts to improve engineering education in kindergarten through college classrooms. The two combined events will bring together teachers and education administrators from 29 countries to discover best practices, explore how kids learn through play, and share ideas with each other about teaching science, technology, engineering and math .

After a month, the Roslindale bus lane ends. Now what?

After a month of car-free commuting, a one-mile section of busy Washington Street in Roslindale that had been reserved for buses returned to regular traffic Monday, while city officials ponder whether to make the exclusive lane permanent. Boston transportation officials said they will review data and feedback of the four-week test, which had banned street parking along the inbound side of Washington between Roslindale Square and the Forest Hills Orange Line station during morning commutes.

Fiery speeches from Massachusetts Democratic candidates

Democratic State Convention delegates are at the DCU Center today to endorse candidates for governor, lieutenant governor, and secretary of state. Following addresses by the candidates, balloting will take place this afternoon.

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