Archive for February, 2017

Back Bay Restaurant Troquet is Set to Move to New Location

February 3, 2017
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By Beth Treffeisen After 15 years, the Modern French restaurant Troquet in the Back Bay is celebrating its last few days at the 140 Boylston Street location before embarking on their next journey to the Leather District. The restaurant will stay open until February 4 and then will open in the new location at...
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Ladder 17 is Streamlined, Back to the Basics Say Local Jakes

February 3, 2017
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By Seth Daniel When one purchases a new vehicle, the standard refrain is to get all the “bells and whistles,” right down to the computers and electric windows. It’s not the case for firefighters, though, and the new Ladder 17 in the South End and Back Bay station on Columbus Avenue is special in...
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Fenway Civic Association Holds 55th Annual Meeting

February 3, 2017
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By Beth Treffisen The Fenway community came together at the Fenway Civic Associations 55th Annual meeting this past Wednesday, January 11 at the Massachusetts Historical Society to swear in their leadership team and learn more about the transportation projects happening in their neighborhood. Neighbors and friends joined for a reception and social time and...
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Police Briefs 02-02-2017

February 3, 2017
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BACK BAY- KENMORE/FENWAY – SOUTH END POLICE LOG Jan. 23 38 Wareham St. – Investigate Property 30 Hemenway St. – Drugs – Sick Assist – Heroin 34 Paul Place – Investigate Person 794 Massachusetts Ave. – Larceny All Others 334 Massachusetts Ave. – Sick/Injured/Medical – Person 587 Boylston St. – Property – Lost 899...
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Understanding the Pay Increase Vote

February 3, 2017
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By State Sen. William Brownsberger There has been a lot of visibility recently on the legislature’s vote to increase the salaries for the statewide constitutional officers (Governor, Attorney General, etc.), for legislative leaders and for judges. I’ve posted details on this issue at willbrownsberger.com and I’ve received mixed feedback there.  I wanted to offer...
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Charlie Baker: A Steady Hand At the Tiller of Our Ship of State

February 3, 2017
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As we were listening to Gov. Charlie Baker deliver the annual State of the Commonwealth address before a joint session of the legislature last week, it occurred to us how refreshing it was — and what a sense of relief we felt — to have as our governor an individual who does not engage...
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