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The Board of Aldermen's Legislative Matters Committee is set to have a second meeting on the proposed Wage Theft Ordinance on Tuesday, June 18 at 6:00 PM at City Hall.
The City of Somerville Elections Department officially notified Matt McLaughlin that he is certified as a candidate for Ward One Alderman.
Mayor Curtatone Surprised advocates for a hearing on wage theft in Somerville by announcing that he was submitting a proposed ordinance to address the problem.
"Humor from my Pen," political cartoons illustrating the humor and dignity of Gerardo Hernández, will be at Arts at the Armory, 191 Highland Ave. from March 15 to the 23.
Squeezed by the large revenue shortfalls that followed the income tax cuts of the late 90s, total aid to cities and towns declined by $1.7 B between 1982 & 2012.
For most people in Somerville, once you pay the mortgage and do required maintenance there's just not much left over. Will passing Question 4 (the Community Preservation Act) be worth it?
Is Scott Brown Pro-life or Pro-choice?
Out & About
Are you a union member? Pro-labor person? March with the Red Bandana Brigade in the annual Honk! Festival on Sun, Oct. 7. This is an opportunity to get labor's message out to thousands of people!
As the school year gets underway, crossing guards met today with safety experts to learn about what measures cities and towns are required to take to protect them while they are on the job.
Activists picketed Diva restaurant in Somerville because the owner has been treating employees unfairly.
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