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Somerville was originally settled as a part of Charlestown in 1630. Actually, it was known as "Charlestown beyond the Neck" because of its location towards the mainland of Massachusetts, not on the Charlestown Peninsula. As the area began to develop and expand, the area that is now Somerville remained predominately rural and Charlestown grew more and more urban. When Somerville was incorporated in 1842, it separated the rural town from the urbanizing Charlestown.

Population: 77478
Local Newspapers: Somerville Journal Cambridge Chronicle
Local Sports Teams: Boston Bruins Boston Celtics Boston Red Sox New England Patriots
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Towns/Cities near somerville, massachusetts : Cambridge Industrial Park Charleston Winter Hill Ten Hills

Somerville News
Somerville firm will use SoftBank funding to put giant telecom blimps into the sky

In the past two months, Japanese telecom giant SoftBank Group Corp. has poured millions of dollars into Massachusetts companies working on cybersecurity, high-tech walking robots, and autonomous vacuum cleaners.

Will Starbucks Upset the Coffee Culture of Thompson Square?

And the coffee culture around the Square is a delicate eco-system and balance whereby some folks define their allegiances and their social status to the outlet where they buy coffee. Nearly everyone knows that there are Dunkin' Donuts people and there are Zume's people, and there are the Whole Foods shoppers who indulge in coffee as an aside.

FBI offering $5,000 reward for information leading to capture of - One Minute Bandit'

The FBI is seeking information on the identity of the "One Minute Bandit," who allegedly committed 10 bank robberies in Boston, Cambridge, and Somerville since December. "We're seeking the public's help in identifying this serial bank robber because at this point in time we have exhausted all of our investigative leads, and we want to put an end to his alleged crime spree before somebody gets hurt," FBI Violent Crimes Task Force supervisor Special Agent Christian Fierabend said in a statement.

SpeakEasy Stage Company Presents Region Premiere of Men on Boats

From September 8 to October 7, 2017, SpeakEasy Stage Company will proudly present the Boston-area premiere of MEN ON BOATS, a comic adventure tale about an actual 1869 expedition to chart the Colorado River, brought thrillingly to life by a diverse non-male cast. The play is the work of Brooklyn resident Jaclyn Backhaus , who stipulates that, while the characters in the play were historically cisgender white males, the cast should be made up entirely of people who are not.

Civic Math: Mathematicians Wield Geometry, Train Experts in Effort to ...

MEDFORD/SOMERVILLE, Mass. National experts in mathematics, law, politics, and voting rights are gathering at Tufts University this week to discuss nonpartisan solutions to gerrymandering and promote fair electoral districting practices across the country.

Sky streamers over Somerville

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Dish misses profit expectations, but limits subscriber losses

Dish Network Corp on Thursday reported a quarterly profit that missed analysts' estimates, but the company lost fewer subscribers than expected. FILE PHOTO - A Dish Network receiver hangs on a house in Somerville, Massachusetts, U.S. on February 21, 2017.

American Red Cross Blood shortage has Red Cross calling for more donations

Officials with the American Red Cross say they are battling a nationwide blood shortage and have sent out urgent calls by phone, mail, and social media in recent weeks for much-needed donations. In May and June, the Red Cross had 61,000 fewer donations across the country than expected.

Add some sangria to salad? Say no more

Inspiration can come from anywhere, and for this delicious summer salad, the seed was planted by one of my best friends. She was straight from the farmers' market with an armload of peaches, and hosting a lovely dinner party al fresco.

Add some sangria to salad? Say no more

Inspiration can come from anywhere, and for this delicious summer salad, the seed was planted by one of my best friends. She was straight from the farmers' market with an armload of peaches, and hosting a lovely dinner party al fresco.

Severely injured police officers seek easier path to obtaining benefits

One fall evening in 2010, Somerville police detective Mario Oliveira lay in the street dying, blood pooled beneath him. A gun-trafficking suspect he had tried to arrest shot him six times at point-blank range, in the chest, stomach, and arm.

Somerville's first Trader Joe's opens this Friday

It's official. Somerville's first Trader Joe's will open its doors to grocery shoppers this Friday, the company announced on its website earlier this month.

Southie Edison plant project underscores region's transit woes

The old Boston Edison power plant in South Boston is the latest example of the projects that are reshaping Greater Boston - But with nearly 1,600 housing units, the 15-acre redevelopment also underscores a growing concern that the building boom will overwhelm city streets and mass transit. Redgate and Hilco Redevelopment Partners estimate that their 2.1-million-square-foot mix of residential, retail, and office space would generate an additional 10,000 vehicle trips a day in that corner of South Boston once it is completed, likely more than a decade from now.

Edison plant project in Southie underscores region's transit woes

The old Boston Edison power plant in South Boston is the latest example of the projects that are reshaping Greater Boston - But with nearly 1,600 housing units, the 15-acre redevelopment also underscores a growing concern that the building boom will overwhelm city streets and mass transit. Redgate and Hilco Redevelopment Partners estimate that their 2.1-million-square-foot mix of residential, retail, and office space would generate an additional 10,000 vehicle trips a day in that corner of South Boston once it is completed, likely more than a decade from now.

Pere Ubu Announce First Dates for MonkeyNet Tour, USA

Pere Ubu are hitting the road with the music from their new album, '20 Years In A Montana Missile Silo' , starting with the east coast of America. 'The MonkeyNet Tour' will deliver an hour-long set of new songs, peppered with a couple of tracks from previous albums and David Thomas' infamous narratives inbetween.

Halloween candy is already hitting shelves - and people aren't pleased

The cool and damp weather that hit the area this week isn't the only thing that has people feeling like fall has arrived ahead of schedule. In stores across the region, Halloween-themed candy has already started to appear on shelves, and the spooky sight has some people - who say it's far too soon to promote the fun-sized treats - collectively shaking their heads.

ICE vow gets chilly response

The federal immigration boss' threat to flood sanctuary cities with agents is being blasted by Somerville Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone, who called the threatened surge a waste of resources - while Mayor Martin J. Walsh says he'll "stand strong" with immigrants. Curtatone told the Herald his sanctuary city always cooperates with Immigration and Customs Enforcement when it comes to violent criminals.

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