WEEK IN REVIEW: Somerville is "Hot,' Capuano Won't Run, Firearms Licenses
Also, a $770 strip club bill gets a Somerville man arrested, according to prosecutors, a generator fire in West Somerville, and more top stories from the week.
Somerville Among Nation's 16 'Hottest Up-and-Coming Neighborhoods,' Says Redfin
Refin, an online real estate company, declared this week that Somerville is one of the "hottest up-and-coming neighborhoods" in the country for 2013.
See Somerville's Active Firearms Licenses
Amid a national debate about gun control, we looked at how many people have firearms licenses in Somerville
Capuano Won't Run for Senate
Somerville Rep. Michael Capuano announced this week he would not run for Senate if Sen. John Kerry is confirmed as President Obama's secretary of state.
Prosecutors: $770 Strip Club Bill Gets Somerville Man Arrested
A Somerville man was arrested early Monday after allegedly refusing to pay a $770 bill at Centerfolds, a downtown strip club in Boston.
Underground Generator Fire at Clarendon Hill Towers
Firefighters put out a generator fire that broke out Friday morning in an underground garage at Clarendon Hill Towers in West Somerville.
Report: Car Crashes into Spring Hill Home
During a Wednesday morning snow storm, a car crashed into an old home in Spring Hill, according to press reports.
Somerville School Committee to Interview Four Ward 1 Candidates
The Somerville School Committee will interview four candidates in its effort to fill the vacant seat in Ward 1, which represents East Somerville on the committee. The public interviews will take place on Jan. 22.
Patrick Outlines Tax Plan for Transportation Needs, Including Green Line Extension
Gov. Deval Patrick's proposed tax reforms would impact how the state pays for the proposed Green Line Extension.