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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
Amazon is still considering Somerville, too

Yes, Boston made Amazon's list of final 20 cities considered for its second headquarters. But that doesn't mean a new Amazon campus would necessarily be in Boston proper.

Sniping from gutter leaves prez in a hole

Mishella Estienne Campbell watches news coverage of President Trump's recent remark, at her family bakery, the LeFoyer Bakery in Boston on Friday, January 12, 2018. Staff photo by Nicolaus Czarnecki 'SO INSENSITIVE': Mishella Etienne-Campbell, above, and her mother, Edna Etienne, right, owners of Le Foyer Bakery in Mattapan, are among Haitians outraged at President Trump's foul-mouthed attack on Haiti and other countries, confirmed by U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin, below.

From the archives, Jan. 12, 2010: the Haiti earthquake

In the dark hours since a massive earthquake shattered Haiti yesterday, the festive air has turned to dread at La Difference Restaurant on Blue Hill Avenue in Dorchester. First, the wide-screen television that beams shows directly from the Caribbean nation to the dining room faded to gray.

Shake off winter and get down with some of the season's best concerts

From intimate folk clubs to club beats bouncing around TD Garden, we have concerts for every taste. Fine, not every taste.

DivcoWest Philips to move headquarters from Andover to Cambridge

The Dutch health care technology company Philips NV plans to relocate its North American headquarters from Andover to Cambridge, bringing with it about 2,000 employees. The company said Thursday that in 2020 it will set up shop in a building now under construction at Cambridge Crossing, a large development underway on the Cambridge-Somerville-Boston line.

Chefs share refrigerator tricks for healthy, convenient eating

YOU SEE IT, YOU EAT IT: Laurin Mills, founder of The Dinner Daily, likes to store food in transparent containers. Many have made food-related New Year's resolutions to eat healthier, save money by cooking at home or hone their skills in the kitchen.

New Catalyst for Making Fuels From Shale Gas

LONDON and MEDFORD/SOMERVILLE, Mass. Methane in shale gas can be turned into hydrocarbon fuels using an innovative platinum and copper alloy catalyst, according to new research led by UCL and Tufts University.

State must re-examine

The Massachusetts School Building Authority touts on its website that it has doled out more than $14 billion on public school construction projects since its inception in 2004. Certainly, the state Legislature had the right idea when it created the MSBA to "reform the process of funding capital improvement projects" in public schools.

Timely tweet gets goose out of jam

FOWL TERRITORY: Somerville firefighters Ryan Epps and Julian Davis rescue a goose from thick ice on the Mystic River yesterday. Somerville fire Chief Pat Sullivan said it was someone who tweeted City Hall to report a frozen goose that brought him to the Mystic River, where he spotted the bird stranded about 60 feet from shore - next to the half-eaten body of another goose.

Joseph A. DiBello, 85, of North Grafton

He was born Sept. 23, 1932 in East Boston to Joseph and Josephine DiBello. He was the third of six children and spent his childhood years in Somerville.

Halo Energy Acquires Shrouded Wind-Turbine Technology From Ogin Inc

SOMERVILLE, Mass: Halo Energy, a maker of small-scale wind turbines for on-site generation, has acquired wind-turbine technology developed by Ogin Inc., whose IEC-Certified wind turbine achieved the best aerodynamic coefficient of performance in the industry. Halo Energy plans to incorporate this technology into its small-scale wind platform offering sub-10kW turbines uniquely suited for on-site generation for telecommunications towers, offshore oil & gas rigs, commercial and industrial facilities, and mobile power plants.

Federal funds issued for MBTA Green Line extension project

The Federal Transit Administration today informed the MBTA Green Line Extension Project Team that it has released the first $100 million installment of the total approved $1 billion in federal funding for the 4.7-mile light rail line from Cambridge to Medford, marking another milestone for the project. With federal funding in place, the MBTA issued the Notice to Proceed to GLX Design-Build team, GLX Constructors.

Haymarket won't easily give up its plastic bags

Vast piles of not-the-finest fruits and vegetables line the makeshift stands that pop up along Hanover and Blackstone streets. Surly vendors arrange impossibly cheap stacks of plastic-packed raspberries and blackberries and blueberries.

Green committee opposing state biomass guidelines NEW

A set of proposed energy guidelines that would allow state subsidies for burning of "woody biomass" is being opposed by the House Committee on Global Warming and Climate Change.

Looking for holiday lights? This Harvard grad student created an...

It wasn't a light bulb that went off in his head that inspired Adam Tanaka to take on the impromptu project - it was the abundance of holiday lights in his Somerville neighborhood. "I had been noticing the lights for several weeks," said Tanaka, a graduate student who is studying urban planning at Harvard University .

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