Johns Auto Sales 181 Somerville Ave, Somerville, MA02143 This dealer has a lot packed with Toyota, Acura, BMW, Nissan and Ford cars. Conveniently located on the corner of…More Somerville Avenue and McGrath Highway, the shop's large yellow sign and smiley face logo are hard to miss. The dealership also offers a wide range of auto repairs.
Saint Joseph Parish 264 Washington St, Somerville, MA02143 This massive Catholic Church is right on the edge of Union Square, directly facing the infamous Somerville Ave –…More Summer St – Washington St mashup. As a result of its crowded locale, there isn't much in the way of parking, but St. Joseph's maintains a dense schedule of liturgies and masses to help make your day of obligation as convenient as possible. Look out for St. Joe's attractive statue garden.
The Somerville Chamber of Commerce has "served the membership while enhancing Somerville's quality of life" since…More 1946. Implementing an array of initiatives, including face-to-face networking meetings, a growing electronic presence that connects people to clients, vendors and information, as well as having a hand in local and city government, President and CEO Stephen Mackey is always looking to improve the business experience. Holding events such as question and answer sessions with the Mayor, an annual golf tournament and an Octoberfest, the establishment is currently involved in improving infrastructure by trying to lure the Orange and Green Lines of the MBTA to Somerville.
The chamber is always looking to expand its membership, for which the only prerequisite is doing business in Somerville. Communicating with the members, city officials and the media—and by issuing a weekly newsletter—the chamber is constantly getting involved in new areas. Consult the website for details.
Women, Infants and Children Nutrition Program 424 Broadway, Somerville, MA02145 This Somerville location of the Women, Infants and Children Nutrition program (WIC) is just over the peak of Winter…More Hill on the Boston-facing side of Broadway. The walls are bright, and children play with toys in the waiting room. The staff is committed to proper childhood nutrition and well trained for the task. This branch also has longer hours than its sister location in Medford square.
Mystic Florist 414 Mystic Ave, Somerville, MA02145 Mystic Florist is a neighborhood flower shop in Somerville that's linked to the Teleflora network, so floral…More arrangements can be delivered to just about anywhere. Teleflora offers a wide selection of floral arrangements; for example, its "Be Happy" bouquet has yellow and white daisies and roses, placed in a bright yellow happy-face cup. There is a $12 delivery charge and deliveries are not available on Sunday. The local scope of the store spans through Charlestown, Everett, Malden, Medford and Somerville.
Located in the heart of Davis Square, this Tedeschi location offers a wide variety of snacks and cold beverages, as…More well as groceries and an open-faced cooler of ready-made foods. A photocopier is available to customers, as are a Blockbuster Express DVD rental vending machine and a coffee counter that vends freshly brewed Green Mountain Coffee. Lottery tickets, money orders, postage stamps and tobacco products are also available behind the counter.
The store is located directly across the street from the Davis Square T stop, accessible by train or bus. A parking lot on the side of the building is reserved for Tedeschi customers.
Kmart 77 Middlesex Ave, Somerville, MA02145 Kmart looms large as one of the anchor stores at the Assembly Square Marketplace. Since Kmart was acquired by…More Sears, it has been offering all Sears brand names, including Craftsman tools and Kenmore appliances. This location has a lawn & garden department that sometimes spreads out to the open-air section facing the parking lot. Beyond that, you will find a great selection of adult and children's clothes, automotive accessories, sporting goods, toys and jewelry. Make sure your kids' hair is combed and get their picture taken at the Olan Mills Portrait Studio, located inside the store.
This newly remodeled CVS is located right in the center of Davis Square, minutes from the T station. The store is…More large and bright, with a unique inside floor plan, making finding products easy. Helpful staff is constantly available to answer any questions.
The store features self-checkout registers along with regular checkout. Pharmacy is available, as well as 1-Hour Photo services.
The store features a variety of products, ranging from groceries to household items to greeting cards. Further, this CVS offers an opened-face cooler of ready made foods including sandwiches, salads, and fruit.
Christmas Tree Shop 177 Middlesex Ave, Somerville, MA02145 Think "dollar store meets exotic importer's paradise." For more than 30 years, Christmas Tree Shop stores have been…More overflowing with bargains in all departments including, lawn and garden, home decorations, furniture and carpeting, kitchen and bath, health and beauty and a long list of holiday-themed items you won't find anywhere else. The Assembly Square store is at the very end of the plaza facing the Fellsway, so use the entrance at Staples to pull into the parking lot, which is out front. You can also take the 90 or 92 bus that stops around the corner in front of Bed Bath & Beyond.
The Center for Teen Empowerment is a youth-driven organization aimed at curbing violence and gang activity and…More empowering young people to enact change in their communities. Teen Empowerment runs programs locally in Somerville, as well as in Roxbury, Dorchester, Jamaica Plain and Rochester, N.Y.
Each site hires youth organizers to take action to address important issues that face their communities. While working with Teen Empowerment, youth organizers are given the support to design and implement a strategy to tackle these issues.
Teen Empowerment also hosts annual Youth Peace Conferences, where issues of violence, gangs and drugs are addressed through performance, discussion and community interaction. Teen Empowerment Somerville has been hosting these events since 2007.
Dutch Bicycle is not your average bike shop. Here, they specialize in high-quality custom designed and locally built…More alternative energy equipment from bicycles, to tricycles and trailers. Owner Dan Sorger says the work they do can be broken down into three parts: design and engineering, bike repair and restoration and new and used bike sales. Prices here are all over the map, with top custom models running from $10,000 to consignment bikes for as low as $150.
Dutch Bicycle also strives to provide customers with reliable, well-crafted bikes that take into account the specific needs of the customer, with special consideration for local bikers, who face the hilly terrain of the surrounding cities and the wet climate.