A Racial and Social Justice Department forum, COVID recovery listening sessions, and a BIPOC Space Initiative Articles BUSINESS PROFILE: Q’S NUTS A family owned business that produces sweet and savory flavored nuts COUNCILORS, COMMUNITY MEMBERS WEIGH IN ON DIGITAL DIVIDE How immigrants face the imbalance in the world of technology Shorts Somerville Open Studios explores […]
Commemorating lives lost due to COVID, the College Avenue Mobility Improvements Project, and an Illuminations Bike Tour Survey SOMERVILLE LOCAL NEWS SURVEY The Somerville Wire is part of the Somerville News Garden project of the Boston Institute for Nonprofit Journalism. News garden volunteers and BINJ staffers are trying to figure out how to reverse the […]
ONCE begins outdoor performances, the City urges people to mask indoors, and polling sites move to new locations
Pride Month begins, a COVID ambassador program, and Union United hosts a walking tour relating to displacement Welcome to the Somerville Wire’s June 8 Weekly Roundup—a fast look at local news published every Tuesday at somervillewire.news. Readers with Somerville-focused news tips or press releases or calendar items or letter and opinion submissions can send them […]
The state’s map of vaccination sites is missing several locations. Here’s why.