Soon the written word will be able to jump off the page, thanks to two Somerville inventors.
Five enthusiastic students from the Arthur D. Healey School in Somerville embark on the Class Trip of a lifetime Thursday morning as they head to The White House. WBZ-TV’s Paula Ebben will be along for their trip.
Some local kids are getting ready for a once in a lifetime experience; a trip to the White House.
Hundreds turned out to show support to the family of Deanna Cremin who was murdered 18 years ago. Her killer has never been found.
A Somerville school was placed in lockdown briefly Monday as police searched for a suspect in a home break-in nearby.
Instead of standing around asking the overdone age-old question about why the chicken crossed the road, a couple of Somerville police officers jumped into action and saved that chicken from “certain peril,” as Somerville police put it.
Local students were returning to school Wednesday after the blizzard wreaked havoc on local roads and crews worked to clear school grounds.
Massive amounts of snow have crippled Somerville, making it tough just to walk around. Many students walk to and from campus.
Laurel Terrace is a steep, narrow side street and with snow, it can be very slippery.
“We exhausted our supply on Tuesday,” Mayor Joe Curtatone said during a press conference Thursday morning.