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City of Boston Credit Union is Title Sponsor for Putts & Punches for Parkinson’s Golf Tournament

August 19, 2016
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City of Boston Credit Union has stepped up as the title sponsor for this year’s Putts & Punches for Parkinson’s Golf Tournament.  The tournament created and hosted by Shawn Thornton of the Florida Panthers, formerly of the Boston Bruins, was held on Monday, August 8. Now in its seventh year,  proceeds are donated to...

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For A Good Cause

August 5, 2016
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For A Good Cause

Under perfect summer skies, Community Boating Inc. held its second annual Dock Party on July 28. Shown above are members of the Gala Committee that put on this great event.

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Beacon Hill Nursery School has Interim Executive Director

August 5, 2016
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Beacon Hill Nursery School has Interim Executive Director

By Dan Murphy As the newly named interim executive-director of Beacon Hill Nursery School, Chad Small is looking forward to September with great enthusiasm. “New school years are a really cool, wonderful time,” Small said. “September is really when the action starts. When all the kids and teachers get back, that’s when it gets...

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Love that Charles River Water Quality:EPA Gives Another B+

August 5, 2016
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The EPA has given a grade of “B+” for water quality in the Charles River during 2015, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s New England regional office. Water quality improved slightly from the 2014 calendar year, but fell just short of an “A-.” This is the 21st year EPA has issued a Charles...

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Closures Continuing At Longfellow Bridge

August 5, 2016
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MassDOT’s contractor, White-Skanska-Consigli JV (WSC), will close the Longfellow Bridge to all vehicular traffic as follows: Through Friday, August 5, from 11:00 PM each night to 5:00 AM the following morning The closures are necessary to perform utility work in the downstream roadway and track work from the upstream roadway. Bicycle and pedestrian traffic...

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Beacon Street Brownstone Speaks History Through Reclaimed Wood

August 5, 2016
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By Beth Treffeisen A historic brownstone on Beacon Street gave up a hidden secret during a gut-rehab project with the rare discovery of wooden joists made of Heart Pine,  uncommon to the late 19th century Boston buildings that are normally built with fir joists. Discovered by Catamount Builders during the buildings demo, the floors...

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Fresh & Local:Wasted Food When Dining Out

August 5, 2016
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by Penny Cherubino There are ways for you to cut down on wasted food when you dine out at your favorite restaurants. Too many of us don’t think about wasted food when we push away a restaurant plate with food remaining on it. You’re not only wasting food, you’re also not getting top value...

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‘Puppets on the Common’ Returns Aug 16

August 5, 2016
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The Friends of the Public Garden will present the sixth annual presentation of its popular “Puppets on the Common” show featuring Rosalita’s Puppets from 10:30-11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 16, at the Parkman Bandstand on Boston Common. Master puppeteer and creative director Charlotte Dore will direct a performance of the marionette show “The Enchanted...

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August Happenings At The Boston Public Market

August 5, 2016
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Savor your last month of summer and come see what’s buzzing at the Boston Public Market! Join us in the kitchen to find out why honey is so unBEEleivably sweet. Need inspiration for your next summer dinner? Surprise your guests with an Orange Zest pasta salad. Top this bright dish with fresh tomatoes and...

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Downtown View:Donald O’Trump

August 5, 2016
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By Karen Cord Taylor This column was published last fall. Things haven’t changed except that Donald is now the Republican nominee. But only a few weeks ago The New York Times reported he wouldn’t rule out quitting shortly after he was elected, if he did win. So I’m thinking he still is running partly...

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