A proposal to extend the eviction moratorium, a theatrical reading, and Taste of Somerville’s new dining passport program. Welcome to the Somerville Wire’s June 15 Weekly Roundup—a fast look at local news published every Tuesday at somervillewire.news. Readers with Somerville-focused news tips or press releases or calendar items or letter and opinion submissions can send […]
Photo by Ben Ewen-Campen “The time has come for evictions to end for good in Somerville!” The Eviction Response Network is fighting for a Somerville freed from the violence that is eviction. We are Somerville tenants, workers, homeowners, and allies against eviction and united by the belief that housing is a human right. It is […]
Photo by AdobeStock A team of public health researchers ultimately concluded that Somerville would benefit from at least one supervised consumption site At a June 10 town hall, Somerville’s director of health and human services Doug Kress led a discussion about research on a prospective supervised consumption site in the city. As defined in the […]
One in ten elders lead troubled lives, but the issue is not commonly disclosed.
We have continued to cover these issues with our publishing partners, most recently via Dan Atkinson and his excellent work for DigBoston.