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Boston Public Market Farmers Market Return this Week

The Boston Public Market Association’s two seasonal farmers markets in Dewey Square and outside the Boston Public Market return this week, bringing fresh local food to residents, workers, and visitors on the Rose Kennedy Greenway. As a supplement to the indoor, year round Boston Public Market, now entering its first full summer season after...

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BWSC Receives Two Awards from MassDEP

In recognition of the Boston Water and Sewer Commission’s (BWSC) long-term quality and reliability of water and sewer services in the City of Boston, the Commission received two awards from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) in celebration of National Drinking Water Week. The BWSC was awarded the Regional Recognition Award for outstanding...

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MFS Squash Busters Derby Raises Over $1 Million for Local Youth

In an inspiring show of support for the SquashBusters youth program’s twentieth year, members of the Boston community rallied together to raise over $1.2 million dollars for the tenth MFS SquashBusters Derby on Friday, May 6th and Saturday, May 7th.  With help from partners like MFS Investment Management, who generously signed on as the event’s title sponsor for...

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Longfellow Bridge Rehabilitation Project Public Information Meetings

The Massachusetts Department of Transportation has scheduled two Public Information Meetings for the Longfellow Bridge Rehabilitation Project. Tuesday, May 24, 2016 6:00  – 8:00 PM Multicultural Arts Center 41 Second Street, Cambridge, MA  and Wednesday, May 25 6:00 – 8:00 PM Shriners Hospitals for Children – Auditorium 51 Blossom Street, Boston, MA The purpose...

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Police Briefs 05-17-2016

CITIZENS ALERT Boston Police District A-1 Detectives are asking any resident or merchant who has been a victim of a recent real-estate scam to contact Lt. Detective or Chuck Wilson at 617-343-6328. Breaking and Entering – Commercial 05/06/16 – At around 10:07a.m., the manager of a Charles Street coffee shop reports unknown person(s) entered...

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Letters to the Editor

Reader makes case for curbed bicycle lanes I am writing to comment upon your May 7th article, “Charles Street” that speaks about the problem of bicyclists traveling the wrong way on the street. Cyclists have a responsibility to obey the traffic laws.  Additionally, the city has a responsibility of creating a viable pedestrian and...

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On the Garden Tour

On the Garden Tour

West Cedar Street garden will be open for both the Garden Soiree Tour Preview Cocktail Party and on Tour Day.

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Opposition Continues for Pinckney St Variance

By Dan Murphy After arriving at a tie 3-3 vote on Wednesday, the Beacon Hill Civic Association Zoning and Licensing Committee upheld its standing opposition against granting the zoning relief requested by the homeowner of 4 Pinckney St. The applicant is performing a gut rehab of the single-family home and intends to enlarge the...

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Women’s Forum Fashion Show Set for Tonight

By Kathy Hull According to the poet Emily Dickinson, “A little madness in the Spring is wholesome even for the King.”  With that in mind, the Beacon Hill Women’s Forum (BHWF) cordially invites you to tonight’s Third Annual Charles Street Couture Fashion Show from 6 to 8 pm, a festive event featuring local designers...

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Minimizing Construction Impacts

By Suzanne Besser Just as springtime brings much anticipated flowering trees and colorful window boxes, it also spurs a proliferation of less than welcome construction sites popping up around the neighborhood. Construction projects on Beacon Hill are not easy on neighbors, who must live with the consequent dumpsters, dust and debris as well as...

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