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By - 8/13/14 - 9:31 pm

Somerville Community Access Television is happy to announce a collaborative film screening event with the Arlington International Film Festival (AIFF) and Arlington Community Media, Inc. (ACMI). During this event, there will be 6 student films screened. RSVP HERE!

Below is more information on the films that will be featured:

1. The Art of Being Hurt | 7:15 min | Director, Xavery Robin | Boston... Read more

By - 8/13/14 - 5:41 pm

Latest Somerville Neighborhood Newscast

Aug. 12, 2014 – Meet the director of the city’s Market Basket, go to a meeting with Union Square residents to discuss public space in the neighborhood, check out the dogs and dog-lovers who also love canine-adoption, go with immigrant service providers to a meeting to figure out how to help the unaccompanied minors arriving in the city, Also, ward 5... Read more

By - 8/12/14 - 9:33 pm
At Ignite in Somerville

Myron Freeman took in the annual Ignite festival in Somerville over the weekend.

Copyright Myron Freeman. Posted in the Universal Hub pool on Flickr.

By - 8/9/14 - 11:35 am

Teresa Gorman asks:

Looking for empty lot or park to practice biking in Cambridge or Somerville.Ideas?

By - 8/8/14 - 10:58 am

Jordan Munson asks:

Any ideas on where a guy could get some dry ice in Camberville this evening?

By - 8/6/14 - 3:27 pm

Boston Restaurant Talk reports the Somerville cupcakery has closed.

By - 8/3/14 - 8:14 pm

Somerville, MA, July 29, 2014 – While pleased the grounding of the McGrath highway is moving forward, residents and local elected officials who attended a recent meeting told Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) representatives that they want to make sure everyone is kept updated on planning and construction, and that the project is well-coordinated with other work going on around the city.

“As things change... Read more

By - 8/3/14 - 8:01 pm

Somerville, MA, July 29 – “It was really hard to come back,” the veteran explained, quietly. “My whole family was telling me that I was someone different, someone that basically they didn’t recognize. You come back and you just try to live a normal life, and it’s not really possible to do that.”

Military veterans face terrible odds when they return from conflict. A recent... Read more

By - 7/31/14 - 10:29 am

Somerville Neighborhood News is a production of Somerville Community Access Television, made by professional journalists, volunteers and staff. The half-hour news show has as its mission to provide a lively, informative newscast focusing on the events, issues and information impacting Somerville residents.

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Boston, MA, July 30, 2014
At least one thousand people, some of them from Somerville,... Read more

By - 7/28/14 - 11:36 am

Eric Williams reports:

Multiple gas leaks shutting down Davis Square, businesses being evacuated one by one.

UPDATE: Williams reported at 11:48 that his Elm Street building was cleared for re-entry.

By - 7/27/14 - 2:38 pm
Beasts

Dev reports Highland Avenue is shut today so that

THE BEASTS MAY ROAM!

Or it's the city's monthly SomerStreets festival.

By - 7/23/14 - 8:37 pm
Missing Woody

Jerad Lewis found Woody just lying there in Union Square.

By - 7/14/14 - 5:36 pm

The Boston Business Journal reports AvalonBay is just pleased as punch that it's charging less for an apartment at its new Assembly Row building than for a comparable unit in the Back Bay. Life is good.

By - 7/9/14 - 7:21 am

Somerville Nieghborhood News interviews the Not Art guy, who lives in Somerville:

In the past, creating ‘not art’ was something he did for fun. But this year, after he lost two food service jobs in three months, he decided it was a sign that he should pursue art full-time. ... "I'm planning on staying here,” he said. "I'm not going to be moving to

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By - 7/5/14 - 10:48 am

This site has video of a Somerville cop who just walks back and forth in a crosswalk, signaling drivers who don't stop for him to a uniformed cop in a nearby cruiser, who then pulls the Massholes over and issues them citations. For some reason, the site thinks trying to keep drivers from plowing into pedestrians who have the right of way is wrong.... Read more

By - 7/3/14 - 10:47 pm
Lightning over Somerville

Boom! Lightning over Somerville. Photo by R.S.Y. Buchanan.

They started the Esplanade fireworks a bit early tonight - just in time for them to end and evacuate the area as a storm plowed across the area, knocking out power in at least part of Waltham and Cambridge and sending skittish dogs and children under beds.

Christopher reports:

Have to give Boston Pops organizers credit on timing. Made it from the

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By - 6/24/14 - 7:59 am
Bees in their new home in Somerville

Hudson Street bees enter their new home.

When Peter Montague heard about the bee swarm on Hudson Street in Somerville yesterday, he knew just what to do.

Montague, a graduate of the North Bennet Street school who teaches residential construction at YouthBuild Just-A-Start, whipped out some wood and tools and built an impromptu beehive.

And as you can see from the photo, it worked.

Wrangled a swarm of bees

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By - 6/23/14 - 11:24 am

Mel Barrett reports a dangerous situation on Hudson Street: A swarm of bees just swarming like nobody's business.

They surrounded our car. BE CAREFUL.

Last year:
Uphams Corner was buzzing.

By - 6/18/14 - 3:25 pm

Abigail Taylor asks:

Favorite fish market to purchase littleneck clams near Cambridge/Somerville?

By - 6/17/14 - 8:10 am
Crowded Davis Square Red Line stop

The scene at Davis. Photo by H.

Around 7:50 a.m., a Red Line train ascended in Elijah's whirlwind at Alewife. That was about an hour after train 804 from Providence breathed it last, leaving commuters just hanging around Mansfield until the 806 could get to them, as Joe shows:

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