You may have noticed that there is a new sign in town. This is especially true if you happen to live in the vicinity of Jules Bisson Park. The sign is not really a new one it just looks that way thanks to some care and attention that was given to it by local resident […]
#IamSomersworth Today we continue our series of “I Am Somersworth” There are so many interesting and diverse people that make up this city I felt they were all worth celebrating in their own right. Today we take a look at lifelong Somersworth resident Don Oullette.
A Little History It happens just once a year on a national level but National Night Out is always a fun night for the community. The evening began many years ago in 1984 and was the brain child of one volunteer Matt Peskin. Since it’s humble beginnings in the neighborhoods of Philadelphia it has grown […]
Today the series called I Am Somersworth continues. With an interview from the late Marcel Herbert who sadly passed in 2015 unexpectedly. I hope you enjoy this look back at someone who helped make Somersworth as unique as the name itself. In Loving Memory of Marcel Herbert. Marcel Hebert – From Somersworth to New York […]
Smoke And Cream Restaurant: Somersworth’s Newest EaterySmoke And Cream Restaurant: Somersworth’s Newest Eatery
Smoke and Cream produced by Somecity as Part of The Creators Series Once in a while a new restaurant enters Somersworth’s down town and that was the case a couple of weeks ago. Smoke and Cream became the newest of Somersworths eateries. It joined the Iron Horse Pub and Phuggin Burger and offers something slightly […]
Let The Creators Create! As many of you know, I have been busy working on creating a space at 63 High Street that will not only be the home of SomersworthThenandNow.Com but also that of Somecity. I am so grateful to have this space and be part of a creative process that not only highlights […]
Beloved Pastor Delivers Last Sermon And Given Special GiftBeloved Pastor Delivers Last Sermon And Given Special Gift
It was an emotional day on Sunday July 29th, 2018 as First Parish Congregational church witnessed their Pastor of 33 years, Pastor Mark Rideout, take to the lectern for the last time as their Pastor. I have to admit it but this would be the first time I would witness one of Pastor Mark’s sermon. […]
I Am Somersworth Celebrating Somersworth Residents.I Am Somersworth Celebrating Somersworth Residents.
As many of you already know Somersworth is the only Somersworth in the world and I think that is something worth celebrating. More than that though the people that make up Somersworth are as unique as it’s name and those people need to be celebrated as well. In 2014 local residents Rene Philpot and Arthur […]
Coffee With The Cops Serves Up Delights For SomersworthCoffee With The Cops Serves Up Delights For Somersworth
I could be found at one of my favorite haunts in Somersworth on Tuesday July 24th, 2018, Forty Five Market Street Bakery and Cafe. I can normally be found there on any given Saturday morning enjoying a cup of coffee and a scone but that morning my reasons for being there were very different. I […]
Forest Glade A National Treasure Anyone who regularly reads SomersworthThenandNow facebook page is aware of my love of Somersworth’s Forest Glade Cemetery. This cemetery is steeped in the cities history and filled with some of our most important ancestors, without whom the the city as we know it would not exist. It’s also a great […]