Editorials

Raining Awareness on Alzheimer’s Disease

June 18, 2015
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June is Alzheimer’s and Brain awareness month, and Alzheimer’s disease is a subject that is very personal to me.  My grandmother had Alzheimer’s and I saw firsthand the toll it takes on a family, and the love and patience that is required to care for someone with the disease. My whole family suffered with...

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Imagine Boston in 2030

Last week, I announced Imagine Boston 2030, the first citywide planning process in 50 years. It will be a two-year planning process to create a roadmap for success leading up to Boston’s 400th birthday. Boston is a city of neighborhoods and, more importantly, a city of neighbors who care and look out for one...

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Let Us Never Forget Their Sacrifice

Of all of our national holidays, Memorial Day is the most solemn. Memorial Day reminds us of the Supreme Sacrifice that has been made by so many of our fellow citizens to keep us a free people and provides us with an opportunity to honor their sacrifice. Memorial Day has its roots in what...

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New Bridges to Hope in the Wake of Long Island

On October 8th of last year, I had to make a painful but necessary decision. The Long Island Bridge, after years of neglect, had to be shut down. The decaying 63-year-old structure posed imminent danger to the clients and staff of the shelter, transition, detox, and treatment programs housed on Long Island in Boston...

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BHCA Annual Meeting Scheduled for May 18

The Beacon Hill Civic Association will host its 93rd Annual Meeting on Monday, May 18th, 2015 at The Union Club of Boston, Eight Park Street at 6pm. The keynote speaker this year will be Dr. Peter Slavin, MD, President of the Massachusetts General Hospital. The agenda also includes the election of 24 residents to...

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Hill House’s Annual Meeting Set for May 19

Hill House will hold its annual meeting at the Firehouse, 127 Mt. Vernon St., on Tuesday, May 19. A reception takes place at 6:30 p.m., followed by the meeting at 7 p.m.

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Letter to the Editor

Good Neighbor Dear Editor: I have a very bad knee and icy sidewalks scare me to death. Needless to say, this winter on Beacon Hill I rarely ventured outside. I live next door to Fil A Buster, a small eatery next to the State House. Their food is excellent, the prices right but most...

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Letter to the Editor

Thanks from the BHCA Young Friends Dear Editor: A huge THANK YOU to everyone who came out to the April 16th Third Thursday at Beacon Hill Pub. In only two hours, the BHCA Young Friends raised $277 in cash as donation for Christopher’s Haven, a local nonprofit which provides housing, amongst other things, to...

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Hill Named ‘Most Beautiful Neighborhood in America’

April 23, 2015
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Thrillist – a popular travel Web site on social media – recently named Beacon Hill the “most beautiful neighborhood in America,” ranking it top among 10 contenders. “Between the red brick sidewalks, the classic Georgian architecture, and the gaslights casting their amber glow down the narrow streets, this gorgeous colonial ‘hood stands out from...

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BHAC Agenda

April 7, 2015
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The Beacon Hill Architectural Commission will hold a public hearing on Thursday, 16 April 2015 starting at 4:00p.m. in room 801, Boston City Hall. Subject of the hearing will be applications for Certificates of Appropriateness on the agenda below, review of architectural violations, and such business as may come before the commission, in accordance...

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