Archive for April, 2012

As of this morning, ground has been officially broken at the future site of Assembly Row, a transit-oriented, mixed-use development that will sit on what is now a vast, 60 acre lot bordering the Mystic River. For those involved in the planning and design of Assembly Row, this morning’s groundbreaking was a true milestone in […]

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In the recent “Citizens United” ruling, the U.S Supreme Court gave corporations and unions the same political speech rights as individuals under the First Amendment. The Court ruled that there was no basis for prohibiting corporations and unions from using their general treasury funds to make election-related independent expenditures. Citizens United has unleashed an unprecedented amount […]

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The City of Somerville is hosting its annual Spring Clean-up Day on Saturday, April 28th, 2012 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Volunteers are being recruited to help clean up the parks, schoolyards, and gardens in their neighborhoods. There will be a barbeque and music afterwards at the Blessing of the Bay Boathouse on Shore […]

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The Cambridge Water and Fire Departments will begin their regular testing and maintenance of the city’s fire hydrants on April 30th. Water main flushing will also be conducted during the same time period. Fire hydrant testing is performed annually to ensure that fire hydrants are in working condition, and to identify those hydrants that need […]

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Please see the flyer below for information about the next East Cambridge community crime prevention meeting: Wednesday, April 18th, 2012 6:30 PM East End House 105 Spring Street, Cambridge, MA 02141 Join us for a discussion with local officers about crime in our community, including a review of the most recent Community Crime Report! We […]

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