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Asked if the project needs to begin while he's still in office, the governor said, "That maybe makes my role more important than it is."
The governor endorsed Elizabeth Warren at her Somerville campaign headquarters. He also defended Warren after a question about the senate candidate's past claims of being a minority due to Native American ancestry.
We also looked at countywide offices. All three of Somerville's state representatives will face an opponent. The city's state senator is running unopposed. At the county level, the race for register of deeds has the most candidates.
The Somerville Board of Aldermen doesn't want an oil company to ship ethanol through the city on Commuter Rail lines.
The river received a grade of a "D" in its annual report card.
A summary of what's been happening with the Green Line Extension since last summer's news of delays.
Urban agriculture fans voiced support for a proposed ordinance that would allow farming in Somerville.
Boston Region Metropolitan Planning Organization sees big funding needs for the project.
The city is holding a public hearing about a proposal to allow community farms and other forms of urban agriculture in Somerville.
Somerville's mayor said better revenue projections and "efficiencies" will help close the gap, and he credited the city's switch to the GIC health care plan as a reason the gap isn't bigger.
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