Archive for September, 2017

Women Across District 2 Show Support for Ed Flynn

September 7, 2017
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Hundreds of District 2 residents came to Roza Lyons in South Boston last week for an event hosted by over 150 women endorsing Ed Flynn’s campaign for Boston City Council.  The overwhelming show of support and building momentum across the district comes with the Preliminary Election fast-approaching on September 26. Event co-hosts included Margaret...
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Charlesgate Alliance Working to Reclaim Lost Neighborhood

September 7, 2017
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By Dan Murphy When Parker James and Pam Beale formed the ad hoc Charlesgate Alliance in February, their mission was to piece back together a city neighborhood lost to the construction of the Bowker Overpass more than half a century ago. “We are one of the most densely populated neighborhoods in the city, and...
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Potential Developer for Alexandra Hotel Ready to Make Building Proud Again

September 7, 2017
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By Seth Daniel In his first, much-anticipated appearance before the South End neighborhood, new Alexandra Hotel owner Eric Hoagland, of Cambridge, said he hoped to make the building proud once more. South End Forum Moderator Steve Fox helped to bring Hoagland to the Forum meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 7, for an initial meeting with...
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Police Briefs 09-07-2017

September 7, 2017
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Back Bay – Kenmore/Fenway – South End Police Log Aug. 28 14 Cunard St — Investigate Person 1341 Boylston St — Warrant Arrest 533 Commonwealth Ave — Towed Motor Vehicle 240 Newbury St — Larceny Shoplifting 62 Brookline Ave — Verbal Dispute 145 Dartmouth St — Assault – Aggravated 815 Albany St — Vandalism...
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Why Honk When You Can Fish?

September 7, 2017
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By Phineas J. Stone Few things are more annoying than the custom of taxi cabs and drivers pulling up to a home and laying on the horn, instead of simply calling or going to the door. I have witnessed this for decades, and I will say that people don’t do this in other parts...
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Starting the School Year Together

September 7, 2017
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By Mayor Martin J. Walsh The start of the school year brings a lot change into our students’ lives: new classes, new teachers, new subjects to tackle. September can be an inspiring time, a season that brings students, teachers and families together as they work to accomplish a shared goal: a successful, completed school...
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