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Charles St. Market Owner Says He is Moving Forward

April 17, 2012
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Despite reports to the contrary, Charles Street Market proprietor Tracy Hollander told the Times he still plans to relocate his business across the street. Hollander intends to move the market from its current location at 62-66 Charles St. to the site of the existing Charles Street Laundromat at 39 Charles St. According to the...

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Beacon Hill Author Introduces Rosi’s Castle

April 17, 2012
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Beacon Hill Author Introduces Rosi’s Castle

Everyone has a favorite book they can recall from when they were younger. For some, it was the Nancy Drew mystery series. For others, it was Harry Potter. For the next generation, it will be Rosi’s Castle. “When newly orphaned Rosi Carol is sent to live with her mysterious Uncle Richard in his eerie...

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Attention To Detail

April 17, 2012
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Attention To Detail

LAST WEEK’S ANSWER The window in last week’s clue is on 131 Charles Street. This has been a mixed residential/commercial building since at least 1925 when building permits show it was a rooming house and store. In 1984, it was con­verted to three apartments, offices, and a store. Do you have a favorite building...

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Hill House’s ‘backyard Dash’ to Be on May 5

April 17, 2012
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For the Hill House community, it’s off to the races, again! On Saturday, May 5, at noon, Hill House will host this year’s “Backyard Dash” at Fiedler Field and the Esplanade Pathways. The event will feature the Second Annual Girls on the Run 5K, a Diaper Dash for toddlers, Fun Run/Walk for all ages,...

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Miguel Rosales: Building a better bridge

April 11, 2012
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Anyone to ever gaze upon the Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Memorial Bridge knows the indelible imprint that architect Miguel Rosales has left on the City of Boston. A native of Guatemala, Rosales came to the Greater Boston area in 1985 to pursue a Master of Science in Architectural Studies from the Massachusetts Institute...

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BHCA Gives Nod to New Market Location

April 10, 2012
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BHCA Gives Nod to New Market Location

The Beacon Hill Civic Association (BHCA) Zoning and Licensing Committee voted Wednesday not to oppose granting the zoning relief and permit necessary for the Charles Street Market to relocate from its present location to the space now occupied by the Charles Street Laundromat. Tracy Hollander, owner of the Charles Street Market, currently located at...

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Tostan NGO Founder Molly Melching Speaks at Women’s Luncheon Series

April 10, 2012
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Tostan NGO Founder Molly Melching Speaks at Women’s Luncheon Series

Molly Melching, founder of Tostan, joined guests at the Hampshire House in Boston on March 5 to discuss the ongoing effort to end the practice of female genital cutting (FGC). Tostan advocates for the rights of women and children by encouraging the abandonment of FGC and child/forced marriage, reducing infant and maternal mortality, organizing...

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CVS Robbery Succeeds; Bomb Threat Just That

April 10, 2012
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The heavy-set man wearing a black mask, gray sweatshirt and black jeans who robbed the Beacon Hill CVS Pharmacy 11:30 a.m. Saturday morning remains at large, according to Boston Police. The robber also handed a pharmacy clerk a note demanding drugs and claiming he had hidden bombs in the store and inside the West...

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Palm Sunday Mass

April 3, 2012
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Palm Sunday Mass

Palm Sunday marking the beginning of Holy Week was celebrated by Christians all over the world. Rev. Thomas Gariepy and parishoners at St. Cecilia’s Parish marked the start of Holy Week with the mass starting outside.

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BWSC to Start Work This Week on Mt. Vernon St.

April 3, 2012
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BWSC to Start Work This Week on Mt. Vernon St.

The Boston Water and Sewer Commission (BWSC) is scheduled to relay the water main on Mount Vernon Street beginning this week. According to BWSC officials, the city agency has contracted Hyde Park-based P.Gioioso & Sons to relay the 12-inch pipe. The project is scheduled to take two weeks to complete. Traffic and parking impacts...

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