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At-large City Council Candidates Discuss Parks at Forum

October 25, 2013
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All eight at-large city council candidates gathered in the Franklin Park Golf Clubhouse on Oct. 15 for a content rich forum on parks and open space with the Boston Park Advocates. During the same night as the Red Sox ACLS playoff and first mayoral televised debate, more than 75 voters from all neighborhoods attended...

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Hill-o-ween Is Just Around the Corner

October 25, 2013
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The annual Hill-o-ween fundraiser for Hill House is set for October 25 at The Beehive. For those of our readers who maybe unfamiliar, Hill House is a true community resource for all residents.  This organization has become an integral part of what makes living in the city more enjoyable. For our children, Hill House...

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Letters to the Editor

October 25, 2013
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Local constituents support Connolly for mayor Dear Editor: We support John Connolly to be the next mayor of Boston and urge our neighbors to vote for him on Tuesday, Nov. 5. John is well known for his work to improve Boston Public Schools (BPS). He doesn’t just talk about making sure every child in...

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Police Briefs 10-22-2013

October 25, 2013
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From Boston Police Area A-1 COMMUNITY SERVICE OFFICE: 617-343-4627 • DRUG UNIT: 617-343-4879 • EMERGENCIES: 911 Breaking and Entering – Residence 10/10/13 – Between 2:30 and 6 p.m., an Anderson Street resident reports unknown person(s) removed U.S. currency, two laptops and an iPad from his apartment.   Incidents Oct. 10 Charles Street  – Motor...

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Get a Charge at Common

October 15, 2013
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Get a Charge at Common

James Rooney, Executive Director of Massachusetts Convention Center Authority, and Gordon Burnes, local volunteer with the Environmental League of Massachusetts, celebrating the new charging stations for electric vehicles (EV), including Zipcars, in the Boston Common Garage. There are now 16 spaces reserved for electric and hybrid cars on the middle level.

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Lights, Camera and Action

October 15, 2013
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Lights, Camera and Action

Cast and crew were on location at West Cedar and Acorn streets and Joy and Myrtle streets on Friday night filming the pilot for the ABC Family production of “Chasing Life,” which is slated to air in 2014. According to the network’s Web site at www.abcfamily.com, the series stars Italia Ricci as a young...

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Police Briefs 10-15-2013

October 15, 2013
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Oct. 2 8 Joy St. – Sick/Injured/Medical – Person 75 Hancock St. – Towed Motor Vehicle   Oct. 3 38 Irving St. – Towed Motor Vehicle   Oct. 4 109 Chestnut St. – Towed Motor Vehicle 1 Charles St.         – Larceny, Other, $200 & Over Charles Street – Investigate Property   Oct. 5 35...

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FOPG Making Mall a Greener Thoroughfare

October 11, 2013
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FOPG Making Mall a Greener Thoroughfare

The Friends of the Public Garden has launched a major turf restoration project in the Massachusetts Avenue to Charlesgate block of the Commonwealth Avenue Mall with the goal of transforming the bare, compacted soil into a lush, green lawn once again. The Friends is building upon their recent success in 2011 with restoring the...

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Play Me, I’m Yours: the Street Pianos Boston Festival

October 11, 2013
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Play Me, I’m Yours: the Street Pianos Boston Festival

Wbeimer Tejada tickled the ivories in the courtyard outside of the Yawkey building at Mass. General on a beautiful Sept. 27 afternoon. Tejada had stopped at the Yawkey to get a bite to eat while waiting for a friend. He was drawn to the piano, which is part of a current interactive exhibit. Celebrity...

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Downtown View: The Challenges of Housing

October 11, 2013
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Mayor Menino has set a goal of building 30,000 more units of housing by 2020, even though he won’t be mayor for most of that time. Governor Patrick set a goal last year of building 10,000 new units of multi-family housing during the same time period. So Suffolk University’s Sawyer Business School and the...

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