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Hundreds of Volunteers Kick off Holiday Season Food Drive Many hands made quick work last Thursday of unloading thousands of meals at the Greater Boston Food Bank’s annual Chain of Giving event to feed families in time for Thanksgiving. Mayor…

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Seeking School Committee Applicants Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced that applications are being accepted by the Citizens Nominating Panel, for two open positions on the Boston School Committee. The individuals selected will serve a four-year term beginning on January 6,…

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City of Boston Seeking Applicants for Boston School Committee Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced that applications are being accepted by the Citizens Nominating Panel, for two open positions on the Boston School Committee. The individuals selected will serve a…

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South End Forum Changes Date Due to the City Election on Nov. 5, the South End Forum has changed the date of its quarterly Fall meeting to Nov. 19, 6 pm. with a location to be announced. Moderator Steve Fox…

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Party Before The Closure The South End Public Library branch is slated to close on Oct. 25 for some short-term renovations, Friends of the South End Library President Marleen Neinhuis told the Eight Streets Neighborhood Association on Oct. 8. However,…

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BCYF Family Gym Boston Centers for Youth & Families (BCYF) free Family Gym Program is back for the fall season in more community centers than ever before and Boston families are invited to join in! Family Gym is a free,…

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Bay Village Neighborhood Association 48th Annual Neighborhood Block Party Tickets for the 48th Annual Neighborhood Block Party are on sale now! The Block Party will be held on Thursday, September 26 from 6:30-9:30pm on Mel-rose St. between Church and Arlington…

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South End Library Programs South End Writes at the South End Library will kick off on Tuesday, Sept. 24, at 6 p.m. Filmmaker Katrina Browne, a descendant of the largest slave-trading family in the U.S., traced the geographic, historical and…

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South End Library Programs South End Writes at the South End Library will kick off on Tuesday, Sept. 24, at 6 p.m. Filmmaker Katrina Browne, a descendant of the largest slave-trading family in the U.S., traced the geographic, historical and…