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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
Kevin Cullena Wentworth love story

Lois Ascher was the first woman hired as a professor at Wentworth Institute of Technology, and when she showed up on campus in 1972 she was about as welcome as the flu. In the corridors of Beatty Hall, other faculty members averted their eyes and studiously avoided her.

New process could be key to understanding complex rearrangements in genome

IMAGE: This is a complex gemonic rearrangement between yeast chromosomes II and III, involving deletions, duplications and triplications. view MEDFORD/SOMERVILLE, Mass.

Spraypainting, Window-Smashing VandalTargets Boston-Area Trump SupporterTwice in Same Weekend

Spraypainting, Window-Smashing Vandal Targets Boston-Area Trump Supporter Twice in Same Weekend Breitbart Big Government, by Daniel J. Flynn A vandal targeted the home and vehicle of a Donald Trump supporter with spray paint and a blunt object twice this past weekend in Somerville, Massachusetts. The man sported a "Make America Great Again" sign in a window at his home and a bumpersticker supporting the president, along with a National Rifle Association decal, on a rear window of his truck.

Ghost Ship: Anniversary caps a turbulent year for those who lost loved ones

Pam Krueger, mother of the late Micah Danemayer, holds a photograph of her son in their Somerville, Mass. home.

Sprits bottler revels in new-found flexibility

M.S. Walker is an importer and bottler of distilled spirits that produces finished products in a new state-of-the-art facility. The firm is also a wholesale distributor of fine wines and spirits.

Editorial: Housing solution requires industry, gov't cooperation

With a booming regional economy and more companies moving their headquarters toward downtown Boston, market forces are attracting more people to the city and its bordering neighbors such as Cambridge and Somerville, at rates that far outstrip the increase in average income of those workers.

With lawsuit, Somerville anime group duels with 2 firms over trademark

Can a local group keep rivals from using a version of the name of its annual Boston anime festival? The New England Anime Society is about to find out.

Cold winter nights, warm Apple Crumble

On these short days and chilly nights, there's nothing more comforting than hunkering down in the kitchen to fill the house with the warm aroma of something sweet. In this case, a simple New England Apple Crumble, also known to some as Apple Crisp, offers warm, gooey apples spiced with cinnamon, nutmeg and vanilla, with a rich, buttery, pastry topping sprinkled over the top.

Rosenberg wants sales tax cut off 2018 ballot

When Senate President Stanley Rosenberg votes in next year's statewide election, he plans to fill in the bubble for the Democratic nominee for governor and see his own name on the ballot again.

Recalling our Yuletide treks to Granny's house

It's hard to tell exactly why my memory drifts into overdrive at Christmastime, but I suspect that it's due to a yearning for the emotional warmth that enveloped me and my family and all its extensions at the year-end holidays during World War II and the 15 years or so that followed. My mother and father kicked off the baby parade in August 1941 when my brother Mark was born, and the march rolled on until the last of a troupe of 48 first cousins crossed the finish line two decades later.

Tufts University engineer wins Air Force grant for ultra-high-resolution bio-imaging

IMAGE: The Jiang Lab at Tufts University : PhD student Richard Vo, postdoc Ning Hu, PhD student Yixin Zhang, postdoc Leo Hsu, PhD student Pu Deng, postdoc Hamed Hosseini Bay, sophomore... view MEDFORD/SOMERVILLE, Mass. - Xiaocheng Jiang, assistant professor of biomedical engineering in the School of Engineering at Tufts University, has been awarded an early-career award from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research for his work developing graphene-based microfluidics for ultra-high-resolution, dynamic bio-imaging.

She hugged a 92-year-old who had been robbed. But secretly, she was an accomplice, police say

Security camera footage showed 26-year-old Kayla Noel-Brown, of Quincy, Mass., helping a 92-year-old woman get back into her apartment building after the woman was brutally robbed on Nov. 19, according to Quincy police. Moments earlier, Doris Prendiville, the 92-year-old, had gone to a nearby CVS to buy the Sunday edition of the Boston Globe.

U.S. charges 3 Chinese with hacking but stops short of blaming Beijing directly

A federal grand jury in Pittsburgh charged three Chinese nationals with hacking and theft of trade secrets Monday for allegedly stealing data from corporate networks in the United States, a move that may become an irritant in U.S.-China relations in other areas. The three indicted individuals are employees of a cybersecurity firm in Guangzhou, a metropolis in southern China, and work closely with China's Ministry of State Security.

For low-wage workers, many obstacles to reporting sexual harassment

One woman's supervisor told her he'd give her credit for working a shift at a Charlestown bread company if she went home with him instead. When she resisted his advances, he cut her hours, according to a complaint filed with the state.

Two people arrested for assault, robbery of elderly Quincy woman

Two people were arrested Saturday in connection to the assault and robbery of an elderly woman in Quincy last weekend, police said. Kayla Noel-Brown, 26, of Quincy and Markell Cruz, 27, of Somerville were both charged with unarmed robbery of an elderly person, assault and battery on an elderly person, and conspiracy, Quincy police said in a statement posted to their Facebook page.

How Democratic Socialists Took On Centrists and the Right Wing at the Ballot Box

We want to increase the standards to get endorsed, and also, look at now we helped people win. We also want to make sure we hold them accountable-we don't want people coming to us to get volunteers and leaving.

MBTA is rallying

Signs that the financially challenged Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority has regained some fiscal footing became evident with Monday's announcement of $1.8 billion in expansion and improvement projects. The MBTA's fiscal control board, established by Gov. Charlie Baker as a result of the T's disastrous performance during the winter of 2015, approved both the 4.7-mile extension of the Green Line through Somerville and Medford, and a new technology-based fare collection system that will no longer allow passengers to pay for fares in cash.

UPDATE 1-CBS channels go dark on U.S. Dish network over fee dispute

U.S. satellite television provider Dish Network Corp's customers in 26 states lost access to local CBS Corp stations on Tuesday, following a dispute over the fees Dish pays to carry CBS content. FILE PHOTO: A Dish Network receiver hangs on a house in Somerville, Massachusetts, U.S., February 21, 2017.

MA: Texas Firm to Build Green Line Extension for $1B

Nov. 18--The MBTA has tapped a Texas contractor with a $1 billion bid for the long-delayed Green Line Extension, and the T's board will vote Monday on the project. GLX Constructors' winning bid came in at nearly $1,082,000,000 -- more than $200 million less than the $1.3 billion cap the T had set for the project.

Green Line extension expects green light from MBTA Friday

The MBTA is expected to pick a winning biddder Friday for its largest ever construction contract, the 4.7 mile extension of the Green Line through Somerville and Medford. The award, which the agency has capped at $1.3 billion, will mark a significant milestone for a long-planned rapid transit project that underwent substantial changes after ballooning costs threatened to kill it altogether in 2015.

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