Holiday Edition of No Stress Studio … and More!
Winter Farmers Market … and More!
Participatory Budgeting, HONK! … and More!
Who Gets to Stay?
City receives draft of operational models, planning community meetings for the summer
As venues and studios pushed out by pandemic economy, developers (Somerville Wire) – Somerville’s cultural workforce is used to scraping by. The question is how long that can last, as the music ecosystem crumbles and arts studios face looming development. Zoning could make development more arts-friendly, but affordability remains a pressing concern. “We are at […]
Somerville Open Studios, May 6-7 … and More!
Haines began building Somerville Sights in early March of 2023. It remains a work in progress, he said, noting West and East Somerville are underrepresented at the moment.
Superintendent Search Concluding, Participatory Budgeting, and More! FEATURE US2 MISSING DIVERSITY, OTHER HIRING TARGETSUnion Square Neighborhood Council may issue non-compliance notice as City Council seeks more data SHORTS Last week for the Somerville Superintendent Search In advance of the Somerville School Committee voting on its next superintendent next Monday, April 10, the Committee is inviting […]
Snow Rules, City Funds for Small Businesses and Nonprofits, and More! ARTICLES HOW TO CONTROL SEWAGE OVERFLOWS Somerville, Cambridge, MWRA jointly update communities on long-term environmental planning to protect waterways from wastewater (ICYMI) EDITORIAL: DONATE TO THE SOMERVILLE MEDIA FUND! A holiday appeal to help support professional journalism from local nonprofits Somerville Media Center and […]