SOMERVILLE SHOOTINGS RAISE ALARM IN COMMUNITY
Community members and leaders consider the causes—and what can be done about it
SOMERVILLE ESTABLISHES PUBLIC INDOOR MASK MANDATE
With the Delta variant on the rise and kids going back to school, the City takes cautious steps
INVESTIGATING THE INTERSTATE: ARE MASSDOT’S SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS ENOUGH?
This past June, MassDOT announced that it would address safety concerns connected to East Somerville’s highways
SOMERVILLE WIRE GETS KOZIK ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE REPORTING GRANT
BINJ will be publishing a six-part series on public health issues affecting East Somerville.
MOTHERS OUT FRONT ISSUES COMPLAINT ABOUT GAS LEAKS
The organization is calling upon Eversource to address the leaks and damaged trees
A CLOSER LOOK AT THE PROPOSED SUPERVISED CONSUMPTION SITE FOR SOMERVILLE
Community members speak to the safety a facility could bring to the city.
THE DATA IS IN ON SOMERVILLE’S PROSPECTIVE SUPERVISED CONSUMPTION SITE
Photo by AdobeStock A team of public health researchers ultimately concluded that Somerville would benefit from at least one supervised consumption site At a June 10 town hall, Somerville’s director of health and human services Doug Kress led a discussion about research on a prospective supervised consumption site in the city. As defined in the […]
VIDEO: HOW ARTISTS IN SOMERVILLE HAVE SURVIVED THE FIRST PANDEMIC YEAR
Somerville Live Wire — Episode 3
ARTIFICIAL TURF DEBATE INTENSIFIES, FOR SOMERVILLE LOCALS AND ADVOCATES
A park on Somerville Avenue becomes the subject of a heated argument.