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Decorating Beacon Hill

December 10, 2015
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Decorating Beacon Hill

From left, Catherine Morey, Fiona O’Keeffe and Annie O’Keeffe were busy on Saturday decorating the lamp posts on Chestnut Street.

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‘Holiday Stroll’ is Thursday

December 10, 2015
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By Dan Murphy One of the neighborhood’s most highly anticipated, seasonal events, the “Beacon Hill Holiday Stroll,” returns on Thursday. “Charles Street is magical at the holidays, and this is a wonderful time to come out and celebrate with our business community,” said Nina Castellion, president of the Beacon Hill Business Association, which has...

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Beacon Hill Athletes Honored at NCD

December 10, 2015
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Five Beacon Hill residents were honored at the Newton Country Day School of the Sacred Heart fall Athletic Awards Assembly. Senior Caroline Diggins (West Cedar Street), a co-captain of Varsity Crew, was voted the team’s MVP. Diggins has rowed all four years with the crew team and raced three of those years in the...

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Two Hour Free Parking Available if Motorists use ParkBoston App

December 10, 2015
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Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Boston Transportation Department are inviting residents and visitors to use the ParkBoston app and receive two hours of free parking at all metered spaces in the City this holiday season.  The two free hours may be used from Friday, November 27th through the end of the day on...

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Gurnon and Her Whimiscal Windows

December 10, 2015
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By Suzanne Besser Dressing store windows with selected merchandise has always been a powerful tool merchants use to draw in foot traffic. Sequined dresses, glitzy bling, stunning stilettoes, clear cut crystals and delicate ornaments placed in the windows of Charles Street boutiques now call out to holiday shoppers passing by. But what if the...

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Senator Anthony Petruccelli Set to Resign in January

December 10, 2015
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Senator Anthony Petruccelli, who served first in the Massachusetts House and later the Senate, announced he will resign from his Senate seat effective sometime in January to take a job in the private sector. Petruccelli, who is currently the Senate’s Majority Whip, will go to work for Kearney, Donovan and McGee as a new...

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Latest Plans for Gov.Center Garage Project

December 3, 2015
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Latest Plans for Gov.Center Garage Project

By Dan Murphy A developer recently unveiled its latest plans to redevelop the Government Center Garage, which will raze portions of the existing nine-story structure at One Congress St. to make way for a sprawling, 2.3-million square-foot mixed-use complex. Boston-based HYM Investment Group proposes six buildings for the location, including 812 residential units, 1.1...

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State Considering Electronic Billboards at ‘T’ Stations

December 3, 2015
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By Dan Murphy The Massachusetts Department of Transportation’s Office of Outside Advertising is now considering a proposal to install electronic billboards at MBTA stations citywide. The billboards would be located near station entrances and exits, and measure 42 inches long, 56 inches wide and 7.5 inches deep. They would transmit information on train departure...

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Downtown View:Good Books for Gift Giving

December 3, 2015
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By Karen Cord Taylor It’s December. Time for a holiday gift book roundup. Two recommendations are the works of Massachusetts authors whose books, no matter what the titles, are really about relationships. No One Ever Told Us That: Money and Life Lessons for Young Adults, published by John Wiley & Sons, is downtown Boston...

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Women and Wine at BHWF

December 3, 2015
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By Kathy Hull Tonight, the Beacon Hill Women’s Forum (BHWF) presents “Women and Wine,” featuring Nancy Parker Wilson of Greenvale Vineyards in Portsmouth, Rhode Island. Ms. Wilson is an owner of the family business and manages its day-to-day operations. Along with a history of Greendale, she will share a slide show of her beautiful...

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