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Kicking Off Boston Design Week at Room & Board

April 13, 2018
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Kicking Off Boston Design Week at Room & Board

Boston Design Week kicked off on Wednesday, April 4, with several events around the region, and a major panel discussion at Room & Board in the Back Bay. Panelists for “Building Buzz with Boston Tastemakers” were (L-R) Ricardo Rodriguez (moderator), Alina Wolhardt, of Wolf in Sheep Design, David Goldman, of New Boston Ventures, and...
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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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Developers behind Haddon Hall switch gears, pursing residences instead of club

January 5, 2018
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Developers behind Haddon Hall switch gears, pursing residences instead of club

Hexagon Properties announced on Friday, Jan. 5, that they would no longer be pursuing a private club at 29 Commonwealth Ave. The team will soon be presenting plans for luxury residences at the location and will also be pursuing a new location in the Back Bay for the private club. “Over the past several...
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Cathedral students makes headlines as Walsh campaign staffer

October 5, 2017
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Cathedral students makes headlines as Walsh campaign staffer

Thinking fondly of one’s first job, for most there are likely memories of scooping ice cream, stocking grocery shelves, taking fast food orders or filing paperwork in an office. But not for Skyler DeJesus of Cathedral High in the South End, whose first paid job happens to be making sure Mayor Martin Walsh returns...
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City of Boston Traffic Advisory

June 9, 2017
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Pride Parade, Bunker Hill Day Parade and other events will impact traffic and parking Special events taking place from Thursday, June 8, through Sunday, June 11, 2017, will impact traffic and parking in the City of Boston.  Those attending the events are encouraged not to drive their personal vehicles.  Information on Hubway, the regional...
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Business Breakfast Looks to Connect Small Businesses to Resources

April 21, 2017
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In an effort to continue the momentum of helping small businesses in the South End compete and remain in the neighborhood, the Washington Gateway Main Street (WGMS) will host an innovative South End/Lower Roxbury Business Breakfast on Monday, April 24, at 8:30 a.m. in Gaslight Brasserie du Coin. “One thing we know is that...
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Hard Times on Newbury St.

April 20, 2017
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Stores along the famed street struggle to survive On a sunny Friday morning this past April 7, a few tourists and locals traveling in late for work weaved up and down the renowned outdoor shopping area, Newbury Street in the heart of Boston. But, if one were to take a closer look, many of...
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City Councilor Sal LaMattina will not seek reelection

April 11, 2017
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City Councilor Sal LaMattina will not seek reelection

After a stellar 30-year career with the City of Boston, eleven of which was spent as the District 1 City Councilor, Sal LaMattinatold the East Boston Times Tuesday that he will not seek re-election during the municipal election in September.  “It’s time,” said LaMattina. “It’s time to give someone else a shot who has...
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Patriots Parade 2017

February 8, 2017
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Patriots Parade 2017

Patriots Victory Parade, photos by Joseph Prezioso and Katy Rogers.
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Six-alarm fire tears through Monument Laundromat building Friday

December 16, 2016
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Six-alarm fire tears through Monument Laundromat building Friday

The sun was just rising around 6:40 a.m. when Gretchen Anjomi of Lexington Avenue smelled smoke – and not the kind of smoky smell that comes from a chimney. Soon, she also heard smoke alarms start to blare as flames and heavy smoke began to pour out of the three-story Laundromat building across the...
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