Keller @ Large: Somerville Mayor Talks Casinos, Marijuana, Affordable HousingDemocratic Somerville Mayor Joe Curtatone joined Jon Keller to discuss current events and politics on Sunday.
Rally Held In Somerville To Support Sanctuary CitiesImmigrant youths and business owners are rallying in Somerville following President Donald Trump's moves to crack down on illegal immigration.
Somerville Mayor Proposes $50M For Green Line ExtensionSomerville Mayor Joe Curtatone is proposing the city give $50 million to bridge a funding gap for the proposed Green Line extension.
Keller @ Large: Somerville Mayor Is Right In Wynn Casino DelayThe Everett casino people are furious with the mayor of Somerville for insisting on environmental protection. Why they're wrong and he's right.
Wynn Resorts Planners Put Everett Casino On Hold Due To Somerville AppealWynn Resorts is putting its $1.7 billion casino project for the Boston-area temporarily on hold.
Drop Charges Against I-93 Protesters, Somerville Mayor SaysSomerville mayor Joseph Curtatone wants charges dropped against a group of protesters who brought traffic to a standstill on Interstate 93 in Somerville and Milton last January.
Parts Of Davis Square Closed Until Further NoticeCity leaders are concerned the construction site at 240 Elm St. could collapse.
Keller @ Large: Question 1 Comes Down To Roads And RevenueGeoff Diehl and Joe Curtatone debate the merits of Question 1 on the November 4 ballot.
Brother Of Somerville Mayor Arrested On Rape ChargesThe brother of the mayor of Somerville was arrested on charges that he assaulted and tried to rape an Everett woman last week.
Slain MIT Officer To Be Appointed To Somerville PoliceGovernor Patrick signed an executive order authorizing the Mayor of Somerville to posthumously appoint Sean Collier as a city police officer.
Bill Would Honor Dream Of Slain MIT Officer Sean CollierA bill that would posthumously honor the dream of slain MIT officer Sean Collier to be appointed to the Somerville Police Department is moving quickly through the legislature.
Keller @ Large: Have Your Local Politician Over For DinnerWouldn’t it be better to have more unscripted, natural interaction between politicians and the people?