COVID-19 Risk High Again, Farmers Markets Reopening, and Library Offers Tech Support Article SECOND CHANCES FOR YOUR CLOTHES AND YOUR NEIGHBORS Somerville nonprofit partners with service providers to match used clothing with people in need Do you need some motivation to get rid of those clothes taking up space in the back of your closet? […]
City still working to help restaurants survive (Somerville Wire) – Somerville’s dynamic restaurant industry is one of the pillars of the local economy. To keep it from collapsing during the unique challenges of the past two years, city leaders altered some licensing rules to make it a little easier for restaurateurs. “During the pandemic, we […]
Services for the homeless, Nibble Kitchen pushes through the pandemic
Tasks have included advising on vaxx rollout and making a “playbook” for “high-risk” communities
Jordan Frias has reported on the response to COVID-19 through our Pandemic Democracy Project for nearly a year. Published together below, his three latest dispatches from the field show the movements of public health workers and officials on the ground, as they continue testing for coronavirus and attempt to get as many vaccines into biceps as possible.