Monthly Archives: August 2017

FOPG Undertaking $50,000 Rehabilitation of Channing Statue

August 5, 2017
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By Dan Murphy The Friends of the Public Garden are currently undertaking a $50,000 restoration of the William Ellery Channing statue in the Public Garden. The project includes cleaning the bronze statue, as well as its marble and granite base, said Sarah Hutt, the nonprofit’s care and collection manager. “We tried to do everything...

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BHCA Community Corner

August 5, 2017
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Keeping Charles Street Clean Due to the community’s generosity, two individuals decked in bright safety vests can be seen cleaning Charles Street’s sidewalks and tree pits every Tuesday and Friday. And Beacon Hillers are encouraged to welcome them to the neighborhood. In May, residents and businesses joined together to support the cleaning of Charles...

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Victim Arrested for Skateboard Attack that Led to Double-Stabbing in Common

August 5, 2017
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By Dan Murphy In the aftermath of Wednesday’s double stabbing on the Boston Common, three individuals were arrested but later exonerated while one of the stabbing victims was later charged with a skateboard attack that led to the bloodshed, according to Boston Police. George Moustakis, 30, of Danvers was arrested for assault with a...

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Mayor Walsh, Congresswoman Clark Join Housing Advocates to Rally for Affordable Homes

August 5, 2017
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As proposed federal cuts threaten to increase housing instability and homelessness, more than 500 residents, housing advocates, and policymakers from across the Commonwealth rallied Monday, July 31 in front of Faneuil Hall in support of federal investments in affordable homes and our communities. Congresswoman Katherine Clark and Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh also attended...

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Police Briefs 08-01-2017

August 5, 2017
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Beacon Hill Beat From Boston Police Area A-1 Robbery 07/21/2017 – A victim reported four male suspects robbed him on the Boston Common at Beacon and Charles streets at around 2 a.m. Earlier that night, the victim said he bought drinks for the suspects at a Tremont Street store. The suspects then robbed the...

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