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Governor Baker declared this March “Massachusetts Maple Month” to recognize our state’s maple producers. Most of our state’s 300 maple producers are located west of Worcester, but it turns out we don’t have to go that far to enjoy local syrup tasting – join Groundwork Somerville tomorrow, March 12th for Somerville’s annual Maple Syrup Boil […]

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Skate Park Officially Open

The Lynch Family Skate Park is now open! After years of waiting, Boston-area skaters and riders now have a world-class public skate park to practice and compete in. The 40,000 square-foot park sits underneath two large highway ramps, tucked between North Point park and Boston Sand and Gravel. It is the result of strong cooperation […]

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The Department of Telecommunications and Cable (DTC) is holding an outreach event on Thursday, July 16 at the Clarendon Hill Towers in Somerville from 11am to noon. DTC staff will discuss current consumer complaint trends, the DTC’s complaint resolution process, the Lifeline low-income discount phone service program, and will be available to answer your questions […]

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Free Yoga This Sunday at MIT

Last December, the United Nations General Assembly declared June 21st as the International Day of Yoga in an attempt to raise awareness about the holistic impact that yoga has on health and well-being. In an address to the UN General Assembly, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi who introduced this initiative, suggested the practice of yoga […]

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On Tuesday, June 2nd, 2015, members of the House, Senate, the Massachusetts Portuguese community, and others gathered in the House Chamber to celebrate the 31st Annual Heritage Day of Portugal. The Heritage Day of Portugal was first celebrated in 1985 as a way to honor the contributions that Portuguese immigrants, those of Portuguese decent, and […]

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This Saturday, May 9th, 2015, the City of Somerville, The Somerville Police Department, Somerville Public Schools, and the Center for Teen Empowerment, Inc. will present Somerville’s Ninth Annual Youth Peace Conference at Somerville High School. The Conference will feature a highly sophisticated Teen lead show followed by community workshops focused on mental health from 12:30­-5:00pm. […]

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It’s time again for the annual East Cambridge & We-Ha Clean Up, and the organizers invite you to join your neighbors for a morning spent beautifying our community, followed by lunch and a volunteer celebration at Kennedy-Longfellow/Putnam Avenue Upper School. There will be flower planting, mulching playgrounds and tree wells, trash pick-up, and more. The Clean […]

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Today I joined dozens of legislators from around Massachusetts in riding the T to work as a part of “Gov on the T,” a project focused on raising awareness about the problems facing our public transit system. Many of my constituents have called or written me in recent months to express their profound frustration with […]

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We’re thankfully getting closer to the many local outdoor festivities that Somerville and Cambridge have to offer every Spring, but we’ll first have to deal with the reappearance of King Winter this weekend. As always, you can avoid the gloomy weather with some of the many fun indoor cultural activities our community has to offer. […]

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The sun will be shining this weekend and temperatures are expected to be in the mid-30s so we can finally enjoy some local shopping and dining again. First though, start of the weekend with some music at the Armory in Somerville from 7:30-9:30pm where the new trio of Eric Hofbauer, Aaron Darrell, and Curt Newton […]

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