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  1. Barack Obama, Formerly of Somerville' Wishes Gov. Deval Patrick Well on Live RadioRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | Boston.com

    "Barack Obama, formerly of Somerville" called in WGBH's "Ask the Governor" segment to offer good wishes to outgoing Gov. Deval Patrick on Thursday . As they normally do on the segment, the governor and hosts Jim Braude and Margery Eagan took calls from the public.

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  2. Deck the Halls of PowerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | Boston.com

    Every year, HGTV goes behind the scenes in the White House to see how the staff decorates the country's most famous home. These photos are from this year's special, which is still airing on the network .

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  3. Somerville Sues Gaming Commission Over Wynn LicenseRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 8 | Boston.com

    Somerville Mayor Joe Curtatone has never been too fond of the state's expanded gambling plans. He has been a vocal critic of the the 2011 legislation allowing for three casinos and a slots parlor in the state since it was passed, sparred with Wynn Resorts over a surrounding community agreement for the company's planned Everett development, and was a prominent player in the failed effort to repeal the law at the ballot box in November .

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  4. Somerville Sues Gaming Commission Over Wynn LicenseRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 8 | Boston.com

    Somerville Mayor Joe Curtatone has never been too fond of the state's expanded gambling plans. He has been a vocal critic of the the 2011 legislation allowing for three casinos and a slots parlor in the state since it was passed, sparred with Wynn Resorts over a surrounding community agreement for the company's planned Everett development, and was a prominent player in the failed effort to repeal the law at the ballot box in November .

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  5. Free Rent? Only If You Sign NowRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 5 | Boston.com

    If you are looking for a bargain on some super deluxe rental digs right now, you're in luck. Try an all-you-can buffet of freebies in Greater Boston's increasingly crowded luxury rental market.

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  6. Protesters March Through Cambridge and Somerville, Cross Mass Ave. BridgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 5 | Boston.com

    Protesters in Somerville and Cambridge shut down several MBTA stops and blocked streets on Massachusetts Avenue on Friday afternoon in another demonstration against the lack of indictments for two high-profile police killings in New York and Ferguson, Missouri. The event was organized by Tufts students, who marched from campus to Davis Square and then down toward Harvard Square and onto the Mass Ave. Bridge by Friday evening.

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  7. Protesters Hit Streets, Cause Delays in Cambridge and SomervilleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 5 | Boston.com

    Protesters in Somerville and Cambridge shut down the Davis Square MBTA stop and blocked streets on Massachusetts Avenue on Friday afternoon in another demonstration against the lack of indictments for two high-profile police killings in New York and Ferguson, Missouri. The event was organized by Tufts students, who marched from campus to Davis Square and then down toward Harvard Square .

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  8. Luxury Buildings Dish Out Freebies to Attract TenantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 5 | Boston.com

    If you are looking for a bargain on some super deluxe rental digs right now, you're in luck. Try an all-you-can buffet of freebies in Greater Boston's increasingly crowded luxury rental market.

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  9. Green Line Extension Drives Up Home Prices Along RouteRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 5 | Boston.com

    Home and condo prices are soaring in hitherto overlooked sections of Somerville and Medford in anticipation of a multibillion-dollar extension of the Green Line. Long anticipated, the extension of the Green Line from Lechmere to Union Square in Somerville and College Avenue in Medford became a firm reality earlier this week when the federal government came through with more than $1 billion for the project.

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  10. Green Line Extension Picks Up Big Bucks From the FedsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 2 | Boston.com

    The Green Line Extension into Somerville and Medford looks like it will be bolstered by the federal funding state officials expected. In a letter to Congress Monday, Federal Transit Administration Acting Administrator Therese McMillan wrote that the agency plans to put more than $996 million in grant funding toward the planned 4.7-mile, seven-station rail project.

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  11. Green Line Extension Set to Pick Up Major Federal FundingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 2 | Boston.com

    The Green Line Extension into Somerville and Medford looks like it will be bolstered by the federal funding state officials expected. In a letter to Congress Monday, Federal Transit Administration Acting Administrator Therese McMillan wrote that the agency plans to put more than $996 million in grant funding toward the planned 4.7-mile, seven-station rail project.

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  12. Somerville a Luckya to See Louis C.K.Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 24 | Boston.com

    If nothing else, the Sunday-night crowd for the third of the four surprise-ish shows Louis C.K. put on at the Somerville Theater this weekend could go home and say that they had finally seen simulations of rats having sexual intercourse and a man performing intercourse with a rat. The rat bit was the sledgehammer capper of the Newton-bred comic's raucous, hourlong set of new material for an adoring audience at the venerable theater near Davis Square.

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  13. Somerville Parking Is About to Get EasierRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 10, 2014 | Boston.com

    Cities vying to become "the next Somerville" will now have one more thing to emulate: no more digging for quarters to pay for parking. Somerville will soon be the first local city to allow drivers to pay for public parking space via mobile app.

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  14. Somerville Drivers Can Soon Pay for Parking via Parkmobile AppRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 10, 2014 | Boston.com

    Cities vying to become "the next Somerville" will now have one more thing to emulate: no more digging for quarters to pay for parking. Somerville will soon be the first local city to allow drivers to pay for public parking space via mobile app.

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  15. Somerville Parking is About to Get EasierRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 10, 2014 | Boston.com

    Cities vying to become "the next Somerville" will now have one more thing to emulate: no more digging for quarters to pay for parking. Somerville will soon be the first local city to allow drivers to pay for public parking space via mobile app.

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  16. Why Are We Always Searching for the a Next Cambridge?aRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2014 | Boston.com

    For locals whose ideal Saturday involves re-reading "Infinite Jest," listening to alt-J, and sipping an Americano out of a delightfully mismatched mug, a decision must be made: Cambridge or Somerville? Both boast their fair share of used bookstores, independent coffee houses, record shops, and vintage retailers. And although Cambridge has been a long-standing champion of flannel, the Greater Boston cultural landscape is changing.

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  17. Is Somerville Really the Next Cambridge?Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2014 | Boston.com

    For locals whose ideal Saturday involves re-reading "Infinite Jest," listening to alt-J, and sipping an Americano out of a delightfully mismatched mug, a decision must be made: Cambridge or Somerville? Both boast their fair share of used bookstores, independent coffee houses, record shops, and vintage retailers. And although Cambridge has been a long-standing champion of flannel, the Greater Boston cultural landscape is changing.

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  18. Is Somerville Really the "Next Cambridge"?Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2014 | Boston.com

    For locals whose ideal Saturday involves re-reading "Infinite Jest," listening to alt-J, and sipping an Americano out of a delightfully mismatched mug, a decision must be made: Cambridge or Somerville? Both boast their fair share of used bookstores, independent coffee houses, record shops, and vintage retailers. And although Cambridge has been a long-standing champion of flannel, the Greater Boston cultural landscape is changing.

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  19. Somerville's Assembly Row Signs Up First Tech TenantRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2014 | Boston.com

    A local tech company has signed up to join Assembly Row's growing roster of business tenants in Somerville. SmartBear Software, which makes tools for software developers, will move its headquarters from Beverly to occupy about 33,000 square feet of an office and retail building at the $1.5 billion development.

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  20. Watertown Report: What It Takes to Sell a Million Dollar CondoRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 31, 2014 | Boston.com

    On Pleasant Street, where an empty red brick factory once stood, a local developer is betting that Watertown is the new Cambridge. Cambridge-based JW Construction is building seven luxury town homes on the Charles River not far from Watertown Square, with the hope of selling some of its super-spacious, 2,400-square-foot townhomes at price tags approaching the $1 million mark.

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