SPS Plans Virtual Job Fair, and More! EDITORIAL: SOMERVILLE NEWS MEDIA THEN AND NOW All surviving local news outlets combined produce one-third the number of original news articles weekly that the Somerville Journal did a decade back OPINION: LOCAL ACTIVISTS OPPOSE PROPOSAL FOR FORMER GLASS STOP PLOT From any perspective, US2 is the wrong developer […]
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? […]
Yard waste, heating bills, summer jobs … and PorchFest! Articles EDITORIAL: NOW EVEN LESS NEWS IN SOMERVILLE DigBoston goes digital-only, yet another reason to donate to the Somerville Media Fund https://binjonline.com/2022/04/19/editorial-now-even-less-news-in-somerville/ ARTS AT THE ARMORY CONTINUES ITS JOURNEY WITH NEW CO-DIRECTOR Jess White promoted to chief operating officer https://binjonline.com/2022/04/19/arts-at-the-armory-continues-its-journey-with-new-co-director/ Shorts Yard Waste Pickup Begins […]
Matthew Buchanan selected as Somerville High principal, Justice for Flavia delivers letter to the City, McGrath Highway to have separated bike paths, and a call for artists from the Somerville Arts Council. Welcome to the Somerville Wire’s April 13 Weekly Roundup—a fast look at local news published every Tuesday at somervillewire.news. Readers with Somerville-focused news […]
Katjana Ballantyne runs for Mayor, Judy Pineda Neufeld campaigns for City Councilor title, and SPESO holds a rally in support of reopening schools.
Vaccine call-in lines, new artist spaces, and Laura’s Law.