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A Double Dose of SCATV

On Tuesday, January 28, KyAnn Anderson and Joe Lynch of “Greater Somerville” fame premiered an all new “Somerville Neighborhood News” broadcast. The program explored a range of topics, including how international students transition to life at Somerville High School and the latest reactions to higher property taxes and gentrification.  



‘Greater Somerville’ Presents a Year in Review

On the latest episode of “Greater Somerville,” Co-hosts KyAnn Anderson and Joe Lynch celebrate the New Year and take a look back at the top news and community stories from 2013. Anderson and Lynch also explain a few changes to the website and where to watch the latest episodes. For updates and the latest episodes […]


2013 Race for Alderman

Somerville will hold its municipal elections on Tuesday, November 5. Along with School Committee elections, there’s a tight race for the Board of Aldermen this year and your vote makes a difference. Not sure who to vote for? We asked every candidate for alderman – challengers, incumbents and those running unopposed – to answer one […]


News: Hubway in the Way?

Thuvan Dang, the owner of Somerville Dry Cleaners & Tailors arrived at her store one April morning to an unexpected site. In the two parking spaces that had long served her laundry-laden customers, workers were installing a Hubway station. Dang is one of four Ball Square business owners with uneasy feelings about the bike share […]


SCOUT WEEKEND: MAY 24-27 edition

This aptly forecasted rain is kind of gross, but we’ve got plenty of things for you to do in the Great Indoors of Somerville! Curl up in your bed and watch Arrested Development or take an alternative approach got to a show (inside) at a great local venue. Whether you’ll weather the weather or not, […]


Petition slams potential ethanol trains

So-called “bomb trains” are en route to Somerville and, if the city’s residents have any say, the plan will be derailed. Elio LoRusso, a candidate for the Ward 1 Alderman spot, has started an online petition against the possibility of freight trains carrying ethanol crossing through Somerville. The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) is close […]


Vigil and rally planned for Deanna Cremin

Marking the 18-year anniversary of a cold case that continues to haunt Somerville, friends and family plan to retrace 17-year-old murder victim Deanna Cremin’s last steps on Saturday, March 30. Cremin was found brutally strangled and her body was dumped behind a housing complex on Jaques Street. Cremin was found at 8 a.m. on March […]


Sound off on Draw 7 Park redesign

Groundwork Somerville announced that it will host a meeting regarding the complete redesign of Draw 7 Park in Assembly Square by The Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation from 6-8 p.m. on March 26. And they want you to speak your mind about the project.