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Heard It through the Grapevine at BHWF

November 26, 2015
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By Kathy Hull Who does not love wine, women and song?  On December 1, the Beacon Hill Women’s Forum (BHWF) will present “Women and Wine,” featuring Nancy Parker Wilson of Greenvale Vineyards in Portsmouth, Rhode Island. Ms. Wilson, who splits her time between Boston and Portsmouth, started the business with her husband and parents...

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Police Briefs 11-24-2015

November 26, 2015
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From Boston Police Area A-1 Breaking and Entering – Commercial 11/13/15 – Officers responded to a breaking and entering at a Charles Street sporting-goods store, which was committed between 1 and 5:35 a.m. On arrival, police observed the front glass-door was smashed and, they met with the manager, who reported a rack of winter...

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Appreciation:Remembering Dick Gurnon

November 19, 2015
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Appreciation:Remembering Dick Gurnon

By Dan Murphy The first stop that many newcomers made to the neighborhood was Charles Street Supply, and Dick Gurnon was always more than happy to help. “He loved coming to work and the families around here,” said hos son Jack Gurnon, who now owns the Charles Street hardware. “He would do anything for...

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Boston Employees Are Walsh Scholarship Recipients at Suffolk

November 19, 2015
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Boston Employees Are Walsh Scholarship Recipients at Suffolk

Erin Santhouse and Ryan Woods have been named the most recent Mayor Martin J. Walsh Scholarship recipients at Suffolk University. The Martin J. Walsh Scholarship is awarded annually to academically qualified city employees who have demonstrated the potential for advancement and leadership in city government.  The scholarship will cover tuition for Suffolk’s Master’s in...

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‘T’ Riders Asked to Take Survey

November 19, 2015
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The MBTA is seeking information from riders about how they use the ‘T’. This system-wide Rider Census will help the ‘T’ understand our passengers’ trip-making patterns, demographics, and needs. The survey takes 5-to-10-minutes to complete. Officials will use the data to evaluate current service, develop service plans, and gauge the impact of proposed service...

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Downtown View:Christmas Thanks

November 19, 2015
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By Karen Cord Taylor A tree is being cut down today in Nova Scotia with great fanfare. Soon it will travel by flat-bed truck  to the Boston Common, where it will be erected, decorated and loved. Similar trees have occupied the Common or the Pru yearly since 1971. A tribute to Americans’ Christian holiday,...

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Kick Off the Holiday Season at Boston Public Market

November 19, 2015
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Like the very first Thanksgiving at Plymouth, celebrate the holidays this year with locally sourced ingredients embracing the autumn harvest of New England. Visit the Boston Public Market and support local farmers, fishermen, and food producers and check the items off your holiday grocery list and fill your dinner table with the best of...

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Mayor and IBM Announce Launch of StartHub

November 19, 2015
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Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced the launch of StartHub, a comprehensive, centralized, online platform designed to connect, support, and grow Greater Boston’s world-class technology and early-stage community.  Developed in a public-private partnership between the City of Boston, Venture Café, IBM, and Gust, StartHub will serve as the homepage for Greater Boston’s startup community, providing...

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Boston Library is in Top Tier

November 19, 2015
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By Mayor Martin Walsh A library card gives you access to not only printed books and e-books, but streaming audio books, movies, music, television shows, and digital magazines and comics.  Last month, during ‘Library Card Sign Up Month,’ more than 6,600 individuals signed up for a free library card with the Boston Public Library....

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Mayor’s Education Plan As Easy as A,B,C,D

November 19, 2015
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Just about everyone agrees that the best investment that can be made for young people is to support their education and making sure the best learning facilities are available to them. It doesn’t matter how or who gets it done as long as students have the opportunity to take advantage of their all important...

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