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King’s Chapel Welcomes Children and Families Back to Family Worship Service

September 20, 2014
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Folks on Beacon Hill remember a time when the King’s Chapel Church School and the family services at the Little Chapel on Beacon Street epitomized community. Families raised their children and watched them grow up together in values they treasured. The recent arrival of two new staff, Assistant Minister Shawn Fiedler, and Church School...

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Myles’ Musings

September 20, 2014
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The world’s in such a bloody mess I only skim the papers And find myself, I must confess, Amused by politicians’ capers. With the electorate in their sights, They think they can deceive them. I can only hope that they’re not right, And voters won’t believe them. By Myles Musings

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Maintaining the Urban Tree

September 20, 2014
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Watering, fertilizer, and pest control maintenance are the three key ingredients for healthy trees in the urban jungle. Newly planted trees require continued watering, ten gallons per week on the average throughout their active growing season. If you have a watering hose, set it at low pressure and water once a week for approximately...

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Hill Couple’s Hobby Honored by Washington, D.C., Museum

September 10, 2014
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Hill Couple’s Hobby Honored by Washington, D.C., Museum

The Beacon Hill Times has neighborhood competition, but not competition that should cause much concern. “I call it the world’s smallest newspaper, with the world’s smallest circulation,” says Bowdoin Street resident David Trumbull, who, since January of 2011, has published the Bowdoin Street Times, a miniature newspaper (about the size of a matchbook) for...

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On Thursday, Meet Local Author Karen Cord Taylor at Blackstone’s

September 10, 2014
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If Beacon Hill could talk, it would tell you stories — stories of unique individuals and groups, past and present — who’ve had a lasting impact on the community throughout its history. Beacon Hill resident Karen Cord Taylor shares many of these stories in her new local history book, “Legendary Locals of Beacon Hill.”...

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Charles River Gets High Marks

September 10, 2014
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EPA has given a grade of “A-” for water quality in the Charles River during 2013. It is the highest grade EPA has issued since the 1995 inception of the Clean Charles River Initiative. Reflecting nearly twenty years of focused efforts by EPA, state and local officials, private environmental advocacy groups and concerned citizens,...

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State Issues RFP for Air Rights

September 10, 2014
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The state issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) on Wednesday for the design and development of an air-rights project at Boylston Street and Massachusetts Avenue. Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) and the MBTA are seeking development proposals for Parcel 13, which consists of approximately 54,500 square feet of air rights over the Massachusetts Turnpike...

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Block Party Is This Sunday On The Hill

September 10, 2014
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Don’t miss the neighborhoods biggest party, this Sunday, September 14! The Beacon Hill Civic Association will once again host the Neighborhood Block Party from 12noon to 4pm in-front of The Firehouse, 127 Mt. Vernon Street. The annual event welcomes back the community after each summer for a fun-filled afternoon of hot dogs sizzling on...

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Maura Healey for State Ag

September 10, 2014
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 Maura Healey is also running as a Democrat to be Attorney General of Massachusetts. Healey has represented Massachusetts citizens for the past several years, fighting on the front lines as a lawyer in the AG’s office for causes we all care about. She advocated to keep the buffer zone protecting women’s health clinics, and...

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Reader Feels Tolman Coverage Did Disservice

September 10, 2014
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As a Back Bay resident who reads the Beacon Hill Times frequently, as well as a journalist who has practiced for decades, I was surprised when I read your  article on Warren Tolman in Aug. 26 edition. There is no mention whatsoever of his opponent, Maura Healy, and the story is positioned at the...

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