WEEK IN REVIEW: Stabbing, MCAS Scores, Indecent Assault on College Campus
Top stories from Somerville this week.
Two teenagers were arrested Thursday after a stabbing near the intersection of Walnut and Gilman streets that sent a victim to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Somerville High School in US News & World Report
The popular "Best Colleges" issue of US News & World Report hit newsstands earlier this week, and it included an article, "Success! How They Made It," that featured eight recent graduates from Somerville High School.
Alleged indecent assault on Tufts campus
A Somerville man was arraigned in district court Monday and charged with indecent assault and trespassing. He was accused of inappropriately touching a female student on the Tufts University campus and following her to her dorm.
Union Square Revitalization Plan hearing
People spoke out at a public hearing about the Union Square Revitalization Plan Wednesday, including several people who rallied behind a Union Square gym that sits on property included as an "acquisition parcel" by the plan.
Somerville's most recent MCAS were released Wednesday. It showed that 53 percent of public school students are "proficient" or "advanced" in English, and 40 percent are "proficient" or "advanced" in math. One commenter provided some interesting analysis about the results.