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Advent School Purchases Third Building on Hill

February 12, 2016
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The Advent School has completed the purchase of 99 West Cedar St. on Beacon Hill, school officials announced Thursday. The two-story 5,500-square foot building adds to space currently owned and occupied by the school just a few blocks away at 15 and 17 Brimmer St. The school completed an extensive renovation of 99 West...

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On the State Senate Campaign Trail

February 12, 2016
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Joseph Boncore announces candidacy for State Senate Winthrop native and attorney Joseph Boncore has announced that he will run for State Senate to represent the First Suffolk and Middlesex District, which includes Cambridge, Revere, and Winthrop, along with the neighborhoods of East Boston, the North End, Chinatown, Bay Village and portions of Beacon Hill...

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Nucci Appointed to Massport Board of Directors

February 12, 2016
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On January 28th, the Massachusetts Port Authority Community Advisory Committee (Massport CAC) unanimously elected lifelong East Boston resident and Senior Vice President of External Affairs at Suffolk University John Nucci as the committee’s appointment to the Massport Board of Directors. Nucci is the Senior Vice President for External Affairs at Suffolk University and has...

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City Sets New Affordable Housing Yearly Record

February 12, 2016
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In the year 2015, Boston has set a new record for creating new units of affordable housing, permitted in a single year with the new number of 1,022 surpassing the old record of 862 and 2004. With 19 percent of its housing units reserved to help house its low and moderate income residents, Boston’s...

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MBTA Needs Fixing Fast

February 12, 2016
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MBTA service has become deplorable and the T budget continues to be inadequate to meet the needs of the public transit system. What else is new? One of the solutions that hopefully will make things better is an increase in fares. Heard that before. There are major repairs needed throughout the system but the...

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Where’s the Doorman?

February 4, 2016
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Where’s the Doorman?

A pheasant in front of the River House on Pinckney Street after the holidays thinking it was safe to be out.

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BHWF to Welcome CEO Cheryl Clarkson

February 4, 2016
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BHWF to Welcome CEO Cheryl Clarkson

On Tuesday, February 9, the Beacon Hill Women’s Forum (BHWF) will meet at the Hampshire House for “Here Comes the Sun:  A Dangerous Love Affair,” an evening of socializing and education.  Cheryl L. Clarkson, founder and CEO of SkinHealth Centers (located in Boston and Wellesley Hills) will be the featured speaker.  Ms. Clarkson, who...

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Ward 5 Democrats to Caucus on Feb 20

February 4, 2016
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Democrats in Boston’s Ward 5, which includes the neighborhoods of Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Bay Village, Fenway and portions of the South End and Chinatown, will caucus at the Community Church of Boston, 565 Boylston St. in Copley Square, on Saturday, Feb. 20, at 10 a.m. The caucus will elect delegates to represent the...

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Special Events Planned by Freedom Trail

February 4, 2016
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African-American patriots played a vital role in the formation of our country and the start of the American Revolution in Boston.  In honor of these heroes, the Freedom Trail® Foundation’s acclaimed African-American Patriots Tour celebrates them and their accomplishments during Black History Month in February on Saturdays and Sundays at 12:45 p.m.  Led by...

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Quincy School’s Lincoln Building Could Potentially House New Elementary School

February 4, 2016
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By Dan Murphy When Simon Ho retired from his role as principal of the Josiah Quincy Elementary School last June, he expressed his desire that its Abraham Lincoln Building would again serve as an elementary school and envisioned expanding kindergarten and early grades for the school at that site. Located at Arlington and Fayette...

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