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A Little Night Music

July 22, 2015
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A Little Night Music

The Beacon Hill Civic Association hosted their annual July event of attending the opening concert by the Boston Landmarks Orchestra. This year’s event was enjoyed by all who attended. Shown (left to right) Keeta Gilmore, chairman of the board of the BHCA, Laura Connors, executive director of Beacon Hill Village, and Allison Ryder, member...

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Downtown View:The Vision-Where Is It?

July 22, 2015
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Ashkenazy Acquisition Corporation, the operator since 2011 of the city-owned Faneuil Hall Marketplace, has been in recent tussles with its merchants, pushcarts, street performers and history-loving Bostonians. After public outcry and several meetings, some matters may be worked out. The latest round occurred last week when the BRA board, showing little knowledge and only...

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Rep. Livingstone Outlines Local Aid In State Budget

July 22, 2015
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The House and Senate finalized a joint budget, which each passed on Wednesday, July 8. The budget passed by the House and the Senate included notable increases for the 8th Suffolk District. The governor had until July 11 to consider the budget. The Boston Landmarks Orchestra, an organization that provides many services throughout Boston...

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University Club Awards 6 BPS Students Scholarships

July 22, 2015
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University Club Awards 6 BPS Students Scholarships

Earlier this month, the University Club of Boston announced the recipients of its “Future Leaders of Boston” scholarship awards.  For the first time since the Scholarship Fund’s inception, six students will receive scholarships to attend college. The winners, all graduates of Boston Public High Schools include:  Payton Coutlis of Boston Latin Academy, Briana D’Amelio...

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Summer is Here

July 22, 2015
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The excitement and bustle of the Fourth of July weekend has come and gone, and now we can settle into our summer rhythm — whatever that may be for each of us and our families — for the remaining nine weeks before the Labor Day weekend. Mother Nature has cooperated by bringing us the...

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Take Advantage of All Our Parks Have to Offer

July 22, 2015
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By Mayor Martin J. Walsh Now that summer is here, I would like to share with you the free events and programs offered to City residents of all ages by the Boston Parks and Recreation Department. As a boy growing up in Dorchester, I learned how important our parks and playgrounds are to the...

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Hill Businesses are Named Among ‘Best of Boston”

Five Beacon Hill businesses were named in Boston Magazine’s annual “Best of Boston” July edition, which is now on newsstands. The neighborhood’s winners included the Tip Tap Room at 138 Cambridge St. for steak tips, Follain at 65 Charles St. for skin-care products, the Liberty Hotel at 215 Charles St. for hotels, Pressed at...

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Police Briefs 07-07-2015

Beacon Hill Beat From Boston Police Area A-1 Larceny from Motor Vehicle 06/19/15 – A victim reported that he left his 2005 Toyota Corolla unlocked on Byron Street between 9 p.m. on June 18 and 7 a.m. on June 19, an unknown person(s) removed a Macbook Pro laptop from the vehicle.

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BHAC Agenda

The Beacon Hill Architectural Commission will hold a public hearing on Thursday, July 16  at 4:00 PM in Boston City Hall – Piemonte Room Subject of the hearing will be applications for Certificates of Appropriateness on the agenda below, review of architectural violations, and such business as may come before the commission, in accordance...

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Opening the New Lawn At Hatch Shell

Opening the New Lawn At Hatch Shell

On Friday, June 19, the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) and Esplanade Association celebrated the opening of the newly restored Hatch Shell Oval Lawn on the Charles River Esplanade. On hand for the ceremonial ribbon-cutting were Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs Matthew Beaton, DCR Commissioner Carol Sanchez, State Rep. Jay Livingstone, President...

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