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.
Pride Month begins, a COVID ambassador program, and Union United hosts a walking tour relating to displacement Welcome to the Somerville Wire’s June 8 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 them […]
“Expanding the role and number of police officers inherently contradicts the mayor’s stated goal of eliminating systemic racism.”
A newly formed group aims to identify what it means to be Asian in Somerville.