COVID-19 Risk High Again, Farmers Markets Reopening, and Library Offers Tech Support Article SECOND CHANCES FOR YOUR CLOTHES AND YOUR NEIGHBORS Somerville nonprofit partners with service providers to match used clothing with people in need Do you need some motivation to get rid of those clothes taking up space in the back of your closet? […]
City still working to help restaurants survive (Somerville Wire) – Somerville’s dynamic restaurant industry is one of the pillars of the local economy. To keep it from collapsing during the unique challenges of the past two years, city leaders altered some licensing rules to make it a little easier for restaurateurs. “During the pandemic, we […]
Students describe their impressions of the housing intended for those who tested positive
Overdose Awareness Day, a new anti-harassment policy, and Project Misik lifts spirits with music
With the Delta variant on the rise and kids going back to school, the City takes cautious steps
The program was established to help residents access food and health services.
Somerville artists reflect on the pandemic; Activists and School Committee evaluate at policing in schools
Services for the homeless, Nibble Kitchen pushes through the pandemic
The immigrant run eatery continues to honor culinary-cultural exchange and global fare.
The resolution passed in February, focusing on women’s struggles in the workplace, moves into its next steps.