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New Davis Square Restaurant Holding Community Meeting Monday
Bibim, the Korean restaurant moving into the old McDonald's space in Davis Square, is introducing itself to the Somerville community with a public meeting Monday night.
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Annual Kids' Day at Tufts April 19th
Medford and Somerville children in kindergarten through third grade are invited to attend this year's Kids' Day at Tufts University on Saturday, April 19, from 8:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. on the Medford/Somerville campus.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Walnut Street Center helping victims of domestic violence
Walnut Street Center teams up with Verizon to help victims of domestic violence.
Help Plan Somerville's Newest Park
Want to have a say in Somerville's newest park? The city is holding a meeting for residents to help plan Symphony Park at 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 19, in the Community Room of Bryant Manor, 75 Myrtle St. Symphony Park will be at the corner of Pearl and Florence streets in East Somerville.
Faces of Assembly Row: Stephen Mackey
The Faces of Assembly Row continues this week with Stephen Mackey. As the president and CEO of the Somerville Chamber of Commerce, Steve's job is to enhance the relationship between the community and local businesses.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Ahead of the game
Try 11 types of chili and eight beer pairings at the Great Boston Chili Bowl tomorrow in Cambridge.
Keep it simple: Advice for pitching investors from The Grommet's Jules Pieri
Jules Pieri, founder and CEO of Somerville, Massachusetts-based The Grommet, spoke candidly about the advice she'd give female entrepreneurs about pitching to investors.
Annual Kids' Day at Tufts offers fun for children in grades K-3
MEDFORD/SOMERVILLE, Mass. -- Medford and Somerville children in kindergarten through third grade are invited to attend this year's Kids' Day at Tufts University on Saturday, April 19, from 8:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. on the Medford/Somerville campus.
Spotify just bought the company that powers most online radio
Spotify now owns The Echo Nest , better known as " the company that powers the vast majority of internet radio ."
Hearing on sale of Union Square Post Office
Somerville will host a public meeting Thursday to discuss the impending sale of the historic Somerville Main Post Office in Union Square.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Bill would make it easier to get Mass. driver's license
The usually quiet halls of the Statehouse were filled with chants and cheers early Wednesday afternoon as advocates made their case for a bill that would make it easier for those without Social Security numbers to get Massachusetts drivers licenses.
Obama's Budget Includes $100 Million for Green Line Extension Project
President Barack Obama's budget, released Tuesday, recommends $100 million in federal funding for the Green Line Extension project.
'Greater Somerville' host gubernatorial candidate Donald Berwick
"Greater Somerville" host Joe Lynch will be producing a series of specials this year for the for the constitutional office seekers.
Greater Somerville: Union Square Redevelopment
Join host KyAnn Anderson as she speaks with longtime community activist and newly appointed CAC Chair Wig Zamore about the upcoming development in Union Square.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
For Jerry Remy, a new kind of spotlight
Just three days after Jerry Remy returned to the Red Sox broadcasting booth, his lawyers will be in court today, wrangling over custody of his 5-year-old granddaughter with the parents of Jennifer Martel, the woman his son is a accused of killing.
What Are Burlington's Most Dangerous Intersections?
A recent study listed the most dangerous intersections in Massachusetts and New England.
Brown School, Shape Up Somerville to pilot A"Safe Routes to SchoolA" Walk to School Program
Starting Monday, March 3, 2014 parents/guardians and students at the Brown School will have the option of taking advantage of a new Walk to School program to support their student's active participation in the City's 'Safe Routes to School' initiative.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
A new lease on craft night
Founder Kristen Sykes leads a meeting of the Boston Area Beer Enthusiasts Society in Cambridge.
Senate Passes Drinking Water and Wastewater Reform
The Senate on Thursday passed legislation 37-0 that combines reform with increased commitments to improve existing partnerships with cities and towns, grow municipal options while incentivizing best management practices and responsibly address water and wastewater infrastructure challenges in the Commonwealth.