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Flynn Says He Will Represent All of the District Equally

November 25, 2017
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By Seth Daniel Since last March, District 2 Councilor-elect Ed Flynn has been hustling from campaign stop to campaign stop, from event to event, and from one forum to the next. Fair to say he’s been in campaign mode the entire year. So much so that, even after winning the campaign for the open...
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Holiday Celebrations

November 25, 2017
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SOUTH END Christmas is in the air at Worcester Square. The WSANA has scheduled its Tree Lighting for Dec. 3, 4-6 p.m. in Worcester Square with a special visit from Santa Claus on a Fire Truck. Fundraising tickets are now available from WSANA members. It is the only fundraising even for WSANA of the...
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South End Retailers Look to Launch Website to Highlight All Things Local

November 25, 2017
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By Seth Daniel Earlier this year local retailers in the South End had become increasingly worried about the atmosphere in the business districts over the lack of business. Retailers shared their concerns with one another that led to a move which created business to business communication, especially between the female business owners in the...
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Final Ink Block Building Proposed, to Be Shared Small Spaces

November 25, 2017
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By Seth Daniel National Development isn’t just proposing another building for its final piece of the Ink Block puzzle, it’s proposing one that challenges the way people live in apartment communities. The final development parcel at the old Boston Herald site, on the corner of Albany and Herald Streets, will house a 14-story, 245...
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Master Plan for Boston:City Hall and Plaza Works to Revitalize Area

November 25, 2017
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By Beth Treffeisen The final Master Plan for re-imaging how City Hall and City Hall Plaza can be reshaped into a vibrant, civic hub has been completed, with early implementation of Phase 1 renovations set to begin soon. “It is time that we re-imagine City Hall Plaza as the thriving, healthy, innovative space that...
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Fenway Garden Society Welcomes New President

November 25, 2017
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At the Fenway Garden Society’s Annual Winter Meeting on Saturday, November 18, a new Executive Board and Area Directors were sworn in. Elizabeth Bertolozzi, a long-time gardener and South End resident will take the reigns effective immediately as the newest president with her husband Carl Richter as Senior VP of Administration. “As you can...
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Plaque Unveiled in Puerto Rican Vets Day Ceremony

November 16, 2017
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Plaque Unveiled in Puerto Rican Vets Day Ceremony

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (R) and Gov. Charlie Baker (L) unveiling a plaque with Tony Molina, president of Puerto Rican Veterans Monument Square (center), during the Puerto Rican Veterans Day Ceremony. The plaque is the first and only in the U.S. honoring Puerto Rican Women and Men wounded or killed in action.
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Fenway Open Studios

November 16, 2017
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Fenway Open Studios

Artist Kenneth Kelleher shows Debbie Weiss, who was intrigued by the use of text in the mixed media pieces, some of his work during the Fenway Open Studios at the Fenway Studios building last Saturday, Nov. 18. The Open Studios went through Saturday and Sunday and featured more than 20 artists who opened up...
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Zoning Board of Appeals Allows Medical Marijuana Facility to Proceed on Newbury

November 16, 2017
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By Beth Treffeisen The Boston Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) unanimously voted to allow the medical marijuana dispensary slated for 331A-333 Newbury St. to proceed. Geoffrey Reilinger of Passionate Organics gained permission to change the occupancy of the space from a retail store to a registered marijuana dispensary, which included an interior renovation for...
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MassPort Contingent Tells Residents of One-of-a-Kind Study

November 16, 2017
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By Seth Daniel There were few answers given by MassPort for residents regarding early morning jet noise, but residents at the South End Forum did learn about an innovative study being conducted right now with MIT and MassPort. The meeting with MassPort community officials has been long in the making, and follows a similar...
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