Saturday, Oct. 28 is National Take Back Day

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Somerville residents are encouraged to dipose of unwanted medications safely and properly. There is always a permanent Med Return Drug Collection Kiosk in the lobby of the Somerville Police Department, 220 Washington Street in Somerville. Disposal is free, anonymous and available 24/7.

'Story Time with Mayor Curtatone' on Oct. 21 at Central Library

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Join Mayor Joe Curtatone, the Somerville Public Library, and Somerville-based Publisher Candlewick Press for an afternoon story time on Saturday, October 21. Mayor Curtatone will read Windows — a new picture book set in Somerville!

City of Somerville to Support Hurricane Victims in Puerto Rico

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone, Superintendent of Schools Mary Skipper, and Executive Director of The Welcome Project Ben Echevarria, announce the formation of a donation drive in support of the residents of Puerto Rico who remain in need in the wake of Hurricane Maria.

Update on Officer Louis Remigio of the Somerville Police Department

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

It is with extreme sadness that we announce the death of our brother, Officer Louis Remigio. On Monday night, October 9, Officer Remigio succumbed to injuries sustained while involved in a motor vehicle accident on I-95 in North Hampton, New Hampshire, on Sunday, October 8.

Ward 2 Meeting to Discuss Mobility and Safety on Sep. 25

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone and Ward 2 Alderman Maryann Heuston invite all interested community members to a neighborhood meeting to discuss mobility and safety issues in the Inman Square and Lincoln Park neighborhoods.

West Nile Virus Risk in Somerville Elevated to Moderate

Thursday, July 20, 2017

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health is reporting that mosquitoes carrying West Nile Virus, a potentially serious disease spread by mosquito bites, have been found in Cambridge, Boston, and Belmont so far this season.

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