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Patrick calls the bill "a good start."
News, Patch's House & Home
Neal Minahan and Robert Vigneau fixed up their Westwood Road home, steps from the Somerville Museum, and learned about its musical original owner.
There were over 400 million passenger trips on the MBTA in fiscal year 2012, according to the transit authority—the highest yearly ridership in MBTA history.
Live music and slow-cooked whole pigs benefited the Somerville Homeless Coalition.
Legislators decide to take the bottle bill amendment out of the jobs act.
The "Foodie Crawl" lets people sample the wide variety of ethnic food available on Lower Broadway.
Police & Fire
After getting pulled over once and swearing at a police officer assigned to the mayor's office, a Somerville man, laughing, sped past the mayor's car into oncoming traffic, according to a police report.
The Neighborhood Files
Plus, some news from Somerville State Sen. Patricia Jehlen.
A man, "stroking" a shotgun on his Holland Street porch, threatened his neighbors and accused them of stealing his turtle, according to a police report.
The restaurant closed Friday.
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