Archive for July, 2009

Cambridge/Somerville – In an effort to highlight some of the hundreds of local community events that happen in Cambridge and Somerville every month, this month the community blog will include a more extensive listing of local events. The calendar is linked on the blog under the link titled “Event Calendar.” timtoomey.org/calendar The new events calendar, […]

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Assembly Sq., Somerville mapPress:WBZ article (with video)Boston Business Journal: “Somerville development gets $65M boost”Somerville Journal: Somerville’s Assembly on the Mystic to move ahead with $65M from stateSomerville News: Assembly Square vision more clearly revealed in press conference Monday SOMERVILLE – I joined local and state officials along with community leaders and the Federal Realty Investment […]

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East Somerville Main Streets is creating a new guide to the neighborhood, this time in the form of a cookbook. The cookbook is intended to help tie the residents East Somerville together as well as to provide some really great recipes. Residents of East Somerville can submit their recipes online before the July 27th deadline. […]

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Somerville News – “Comprehensive air quality testing for one years begins soon”Somerville Journal – “Tufts to test Somerville air, residents, for air pollution toxins” East Somerville – Residents of East Somerville may be visited soon by a group of volunteers and scientists looking to conduct a study of the air quality in the neighborhood. We […]

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Kennedy-Longfellow School,158 Spring St.,Cambridge, MA 02141Map Cambridge – I had the opportunity to spend an afternoon touring one of Cambridge’s true educational treasures at the Kennedy-Longfellow school in East Cambridge. Breakthrough Cambridge is a local nonprofit dedicated to inspiring middle school students and setting them on the path to college. The summer program, completely free […]

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