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Crime Is down on the Hill in ’13

October 11, 2013
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Beacon Hill has seen an approximately 12-precent decrease in violent and property crimes year to date in 2013 as opposed to last year. According to Boston Police, 157 Part One crimes were reported between Jan. 1 and Sept. 30, 2013, compared with 178 during the same timeframe in 2012. No homicides or rapes and...

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Motorcyclist Dies in Storrow Drive Crash

October 11, 2013
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A motorcyclist who crashed on Storrow Drive on Wednesday has died of his injuries, and State Police are investigating the incident, Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel F. Conley said. The single-vehicle collision took place yesterday at about 2:50 p.m. on Storrow Drive eastbound near the Bowker Overpass. Preliminary evidence suggests that the operator, a...

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The Men of Boston Cook for Women’s Health

October 1, 2013
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The Men of Boston Cook for Women’s Health

From left: Eric Alexander, New England Patriots Alumus with Peter Rait, Co-Owner of Beacon Hill Hotel & Bistro and Carlos Arredondo, Boston Marathon Hero.

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Behind the Glass Windows at Core De Vie

October 1, 2013
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Behind the Glass Windows at Core De Vie

Take one look at Ellen Comerford and you get a snapshot of what good health is all about: bright eyes, glowing skin, an effusive smile and an overall happy look. And her biggest smiles come when she empowers others to live healthy and pain-free lives. Everyday she does just that at Core de Vie,...

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A Magical Night on the Esplanade

October 1, 2013
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A Magical Night on the Esplanade

On Friday, Sept. 20, more than 500 guests gathered in the park for The Esplanade Association’s annual Moondance Gala. Money raised through the Moondance Gala supports public programming, restoration and enhancement of the park. This year the gala highlighted The Esplanade Association’s “Green in 2013” initiative, which focuses on sustainability and greening the park...

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Capt. Lee Leaving A-1

October 1, 2013
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Captain Tom Lee is stepping down from his post with the Boston Police Department’s Area A-1 to take on the role of chief of police for Portsmouth, R.I. Lee, a more than 30-year veteran of Boston Police, succeeded Bernie O’Rourke as captain of Area A-1, which includes Beacon Hill, Charlestown, Chinatown and Downtown, in...

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Hill Voters Back Ross

October 1, 2013
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Despite placing eighth in the race citywide, City Councilor Mike Ross garnered the most votes for mayor in Ward 5 in last Tuesday’s preliminary election. According to the city’s unofficial election results, Ross earned 1,419 of 4,950 total votes in Ward 5, which includes Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Bay Village and the Fenway. City...

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Open House Planned at Athenaeum

September 24, 2013
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Open House Planned at Athenaeum

This fall, the Boston Athenæum celebrates the 50th anniversary of its pioneering Conservation Laboratory, the first established in a library, with free lectures, a panel discussion and a public open house. All explore the history, scientific underpinnings and future of the field of conservation as well as its vital role in both preserving and...

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City Proposes Cycle Track Around Public Garden

September 24, 2013
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City officials outlined preliminary plans to add a two-way cycle track around the Public Garden on Wednesday before a standing-room only crowd at the Mt. Vernon Street Firehouse. The concept proposes eliminating one traffic lane each on Arlington, Beacon, Boylston and Charles streets to create dedicated space for bicyclists on the roadways adjacent to...

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Exhibit Revisits 19th Century’s Most Infamous Murder

September 24, 2013
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The 1849 murder of George Parkman in Boston stands as the most sensational case of its time, and the prosecution of John Webster is often described as the O.J. Simpson trial of the 19th century. This case had it all: a grisly murder, a wealthy victim, a respected suspect, a dubious lead witness and...

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