After a wonderful year serving Somerville, the reporter begins new steps Ever since I began my work as assistant director of the Boston Institute for Nonprofit Journalism, I knew that I should be prepared for the unexpected. This local news project, the Somerville Wire, a publication of BINJ’s Somerville News Garden project, was in many […]
Artwork at the Kensington Underpass, a supervised consumption site meeting, and Somerville joins the State’s reopening plan.
The dedicated local reporter will be moving on to work for Boston.com
The reopening process continues, Bluebikes offer free rides to vaccine appointments, and the Somerville Arts Council makes spaces available to artists.
Denise Molina Capers appointed as City’s first racial and social justice director, a Civilian Oversight meeting, and a vaccination clinic for veterans.
Leaders and community members call for more change to MassDOT’s design.
Katjana Ballantyne runs for Mayor, Judy Pineda Neufeld campaigns for City Councilor title, and SPESO holds a rally in support of reopening schools.
Business owners question why Somerville has stayed so cautious.