Monthly Archives: December 2013

Police Briefs 12-10-2013

December 10, 2013
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Assault and Battery 11/29/13 – Three male victims reported that they were assaulted by an 20 unknown males outside of a Charles Street pub at around 2 a.m. The victims were treated at Newton-Wellesley Hospital for multiple injuries after driving themselves there. Incidents Nov. 27 28 Hancock St.  – Towed Motor Vehicle Grove Street...

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Obituaries 12-10-2013

December 10, 2013
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Robert LaVerne Henninger Of South Dakota Robert LaVerne Henninger of Brookings, South Dakota went Home to be with The Lord at his daughter’s home under Hospice Care. He was 80 years old. Robert, who was born on January 5, 1933 to August and Maggie (Heiniger) Henninger in Bern, Kansas and faithfully served his country...

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Boston Common Tree Lighting Coming Dec. 5

December 2, 2013
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Boston Common Tree Lighting Coming Dec. 5

Mayor Thomas M. Menino joins the Honourable Andrew Younger, Minister with the Government of Nova Scotia, for Boston’s 72nd annual Official Tree Lighting on Boston Common on Thursday, Dec. 5, from 6 to 8 p.m. The celebration is hosted by the Boston Parks and Recreation Department, title sponsor the Province of Nova Scotia, lead...

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Charles Street Businesses Encouraged to Join in Holiday Decorating Contest

December 2, 2013
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Charles Street businesses now have an added incentive to dress up their display windows, following the announcement of the first annual Holiday Storefront Decorating Contest. First- second and third-place winners in the inaugural competition, sponsored by the Joint Charles Street Committee of the Beacon Hill Civic Association and the Beacon Hill Business Association, will...

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Two Free Hours of Parking Are Now Available at Spaces

December 2, 2013
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Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino announced that the City of Boston will once again be providing parking incentives for local drivers during the holiday season.  Boston drivers will be offered two hours of free parking at the City’s 9,000 metered spaces, the opportunity to participate in the popular “Toys for Tickets” program and the...

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Decorating the Hill Is Sunday

December 2, 2013
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This weekend neighbors will be out on the the various streets of Beacon Hill with ladders and garlands and bows to decorate the lamp posts. This annual tradition is a lot of fun and transforms our streets into a winter wonderland. We are printing the notice from the Beacon Hill Civic Association and urge...

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