Summer Jazz in Library Park

July 14, 2018
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Summer Jazz in Library Park

South End Saxophonist Pat Loomis plays a Luther Vandross tune with special guest Saxophonist Elan Trotman (right) during Tuesday’s one and only summer jazz in Library Park concert. The blockbuster lineup rocked the park for one last time on Tuesday, with construction crews moving in next week to begin a three-month reconstruction project on...
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Councilors Hold Hearings to Discuss Voting Rights for Non-Citizens

July 14, 2018
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The Boston City Council’s Committee on Government Operations, chaired by Council Michael Flaherty, held a hearing on July 10 to discuss exploring voting rights for immigrants with legal status and other inclusive practices. Sponsored by Councilor Andrea  J. Campbell, the hearing discussed “inclusive practices...
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New Developers Propose Hotel Use, Façade Renovation for Alexandra

July 14, 2018
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If all goes according to preliminary plans, a new team of developers could put the ‘hotel’ back in the Hotel Alexandra. JB Ventures and TLC Development, along with their architects from CBT, presented a new plan for the long-derelict Hotel Alexandra that includes developing...
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Algonquin Club Project Deferred at Zoning Board Hearing

July 13, 2018
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The Algonquin Club project at 217 Commonwealth Ave. is soldiering on, but with a slight delay. Prince Lobel real estate lawyer Mike Ross appeared at the Zoning Board of...
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News Briefs

July 13, 2018
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RETIREMENT AT D-4 STATION On July 6, Boston Police Commissioner William Evans stopped by District D-4 (South End) to salute and say goodbye to two really good guys, 38-year-veteran...
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Grand Jury Charges in Kenmore Square Pizza Shop Beating

July 13, 2018
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Two men have been indicted in a January pizzeria assault in Kenmore Square that left the victim with serious injuries. A Suffolk County grand jury on Tuesday, July 10,...
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