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BHCA Zoning to Vote on Two Proposals

The Beacon Hill Civic Association (BHCA) will vote on two properties and hear about a third at tomorrow’s Zoning and Licensing Committee Meeting, Wednesday, June 5 at 7:30PM at 74 Joy Street. The committee will see a revised dormer plan from 5 West Cedar Street, a proposal for an artisanal sandwich shop “Eva’s” at...

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Be Aware of Your Surroundings

The sexual attacks on three women last week are a major cause for concern by many in our neighborhood.  We just do not expect this type of crime to happen here as it did last Thursday and Friday. We will not attribute this type of crime to living in the city and move on....

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Congratulations Charles River Swimming Club

Perhaps it is growing up in the 70s and hearing the song by Standells, “Love That Dirty Water,” referring to the Charles River, so when David Jaye of the Back Bay mentioned that he was going to take part in a swim five years ago in the Charles River, we were incredulous, remembering the...

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Police Briefs 06-04-2013

Drugs – Possession of a Class D Substance with Intent to Distribute 05/23/13 – At around 10:45a.m., two male suspects were arrested on the Charles Street side of the Boston Common for possession of a Class D substance (marijuana) with intent to distribute. Incidents May 22 130 Myrtle St.  – Motor Vehicle Accident –...

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Civic Association Holds Its 91st Annual Meeting

Civic Association Holds Its 91st Annual Meeting

The Beacon Hill Civic Association (BHCA) held its 91st annual meeting at the Union Club on Monday. May 20, which drew more than 100 attendees. The meeting included keynote speaker Barbara Shapiro, who discussed her New York Times bestselling novel “The Art Forger,’ as well as the presentation of the 17th annual Beacon Award...

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Beacon Hill Nursery School Graduates… Graduate from College Together!

Beacon Hill Nursery School Graduates… Graduate from College Together!

Beacon Hill resident Chelsea Lennox Karol and former Boston resident Bader Abu Eid graduated from Tufts University on May 19th. Chelsea and Bader have been life-long friends and classmates since graduating from Beacon Hill Nursery School and then Southfield/Dexter school together. Bader went to Belmont Hill High School, and Chelsea to Tabor Academy. They...

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Boston Common Memorial Day Service

Boston Common Memorial Day Service

A special service on Boston Common honored people who died in service to the nation since the Sept. 11 terror attacks. On Thursday, 170 names were read as flags were placed in honor of the dead at the ceremony. Gov. Deval Patrick and other officials and family members attended the ceremony. The event was...

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Congratulations BHCA

The front page story in today’s Beacon Hill Times says it all. For 91 years, the Beacon Hill Civic Association has been watching out for our neighborhood. We may take the quaintness and character of our neighborhood as something that should just exist. But this effort takes dedicated work and perserverance of a committed...

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Police Briefs 05-28-2013

Larceny (Bike) 05/18/13 – At around 3 p.m., a victim reported her gold-and-silver Schwinn mountain bike was stolen from Irving Street, where it was chained to an iron fence. Incidents May 15 84 Beacon St. – Larceny, Non-Accessory from Vehicle, $200 & Over 27 Ridgeway Lane  – Property – Missing May 16 126 Charles...

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Annual Tour of the Gardens

Annual Tour of the Gardens

The Beacon Hill Garden Club held their annual tour of the Gardens of Beacon Hill last Thursday. Shown on the right is a gargoyle-mask planter that adorns the multi-level garden at 10 Louisburg Square.

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