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.
Kensington Connector Project installed; Finance Committee reflects on Somerville police reforms
Somerville Live Wire — Episode 4 Episode 4 discusses the Somerville “Corridor of Death”—McGrath Highway between Broadway and Route 38/Mystic Ave.—and how community advocates are fighting to make it safer for pedestrians and bikers. Guests: Wig Zamore of Somerville Transportation Equity Partnership and Community Assessment of Freeway Exposures and Health and Arah Schuur of Somerville […]
Beautiful Stuff Project; CHA nurses in contract fight Welcome to this ninth episode of the Weekly Wire—an audio roundup of highlights from this week’s articles in the Somerville Wire news service. Our headlines for May 28, 2021 are: THE BEAUTIFUL STUFF PROJECT PROVIDES TREASURE THROUGH PANDEMIC and SOMERVILLE NURSES FIGHT FOR FAIR CONTRACT. Reporter: Shira […]