Archive for April, 2018

After 103 Years, Morse Fish to Close in the Next Few Months

April 13, 2018
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A ‘For Lease’ sign has been placed in the window of the Morse Fish Co. on Washington Street in the South End, and owners inside indicated that the long-time seafood market and restaurant will be closing in the next few months. The building is owned by the Blacker Family Trust, as it has been...
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City of Boston Traffic and Parking Advisory Boston Marathon, Patriot’s Day Parade

April 13, 2018
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The Boston Marathon and the City of Boston’s Patriot’s Day Parade will be held on Monday, April 16.  The BAA 5K and the Invitational Mile will be held on Saturday, April 14.  These events will result in street closures and parking restrictions in the Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Brighton, Fenway-Kenmore, the North End and...
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Police Briefs 04-12-2018

April 13, 2018
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D-4 POLICE NEWS April fool On Monday, April 1, at about 12:50 a.m., police responded to a radio call for an assault and battery and to investigate a person at the Machine nightclub at 1254 Boylston St. Upon arrival, officers spoke to the caller, who said he was assaulted while trying to gain entry...
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Sorry Mr Brady, It’s a Hockey Town at Heart

April 13, 2018
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One of the things lost in the modern era of New Boston is the fact that the Hub is actually a hockey town. It was a hockey town for ages, until the Red Sox got good again and the Patriots came out of the doldrums 20 years ago to be the GOAT. But before...
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Putting Our Kids First

April 13, 2018
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Providing students with resources to help foster their physical, emotional, and mental health goes a long way on putting them, and keeping them, on a path to success. In Boston, we believe it’s our job to help ensure every part of a student’s needs are met — through innovative teaching methods; dedicated teachers; healthy...
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Tremont Street staples close, making way for Japanese concept Art

April 7, 2018
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The last Tremont Taco Tuesday has digested. After nearly 20 years on the corner of Tremont and West Brookline, Chef/owner Andy Husbands has closed up his neighborhood-friendly and fun restaurant duo of Tremont 647 and Sister Sorel to focus on a BBQ concept, while making way for a Japanese brasserie purportedly brought by chef...
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The Red Sox Organization Visits Hurley School

April 6, 2018
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The Red Sox Organization Visits Hurley School

Wally The Green Monster and David ‘Big Papi’ Ortiz hand out hats in Ms. Vazquez’s Spanish kindergarten class at the South End’s Hurley K-8 School on Wednesday, April 4. The visit by Ortiz, the Red Sox organization, and Mayor Martin Walsh came on the eve of the Red Sox home opener against Tampa Bay,...
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Celebrating the Urban Hound

April 6, 2018
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Celebrating the Urban Hound

A trainer with The Urban Hound is inundated by dogs in the outdoor play area. This local dog boutique hotel in the South End recently celebrated its success with the help of Massachusetts Growth Capital Corporation (MGCC). An event was held on Tuesday, April 3, at The Urban Hound on Malden Street.
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Ringgold Egg Hunt

April 6, 2018
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Ringgold Egg Hunt

FIRST PICK: Bailey Breard (10 months) reaches for her first Easter egg with Katie Breard at the Friends of Ringgold Park Egg Hunt in the South End on Easter morning, April 1. Children from all over the Eight Streets neighborhood and beyond enjoyed Easter eggs and a visit from the Easter bunny.
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Jamaica Plain State Representative Backs Shattuck Plan to Move

April 6, 2018
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After state health officials announced the idea of moving the Lemuel Shattuck Hospital from Jamaica Plain to the South End a few weeks ago, this week Jamaica Plain State Rep. Jeffrey Sanchez – the chair of the powerful House Ways & Means Committee – has said he supports the move and the upcoming planning...
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