Monthly Archives: July 2012

Ready to Start Grillin’

July 27, 2012
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Ready to Start Grillin’

The Friends of the Charlestown Navy Yard donated a new grille to the Courageous Sailing Center recently. In the photo from left are: Dave DiLorenzo, Interim Executive Director and Director of Adult Programs, Lois Siegelman, President, Friends of the Charlestown Navy Yard, Daniel Keenan, Fleet Manager, Courageous Sailing Center, Kate Henderson, Director of Youth...

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BPS Officials Meet with Local Parents on Family Involvement

July 27, 2012
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BPS Officials Meet with Local Parents on Family Involvement

In an effort to better improve family involvement in local schools, the Boston Public Schools Office of Community Engagement and Circle of Promise spent the past several months speaking with parents, families, students and community members. The organization received valuable input about how to improve school choice and student assignment, how to make schools...

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Rental Bikes Coming to the Neighborhood

July 27, 2012
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Mayor Thomas Menino announced earlier this week that the total number of rental bicycles available throughout the city will increase by 400 to 1000 before the fall and that at least two new stations holding the bicycles will be placed in Charlestown. The newly introduced bike system run by Hubway, is a pay-per-ride with...

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The Summer of 2012

July 27, 2012
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The tragedy in Colorado has touched Americans in different ways everywhere during this otherwise lovely summer of 2012. At the Showcase Cinema complex in Revere Monday evening the theaters were evacuated during a showing of Batman. Some theater goers were terrified as they exited the theaters for what apparently turned out to be a...

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Police Briefs 07-26-2012

July 27, 2012
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Warrant Arrest 07/16/12 – Officers in the area of Walford Way placed an individual under arrest for an outstanding Weymouth Court warrant charging destruction of property. Larceny – Bicycle 07/18/12 – A victim on 13th Street stated that in the last week, two bicycles were stolen from the garage of his apartment building. A...

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Obituaries 07-26-2012

July 27, 2012
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Kathleen Antonelli Of Tewksbury, formerly of Charlestown Kathleen E. (Senna) Antonelli of Tewksbury, formerly of Charlestown and Malden, died on July 21. She was the devoted wife of Joseph Antonelli; loving daughter of Phyllis Senna (DeAngelis) of Charlestown; beloved mother of William Antonelli and his partner, Sarah Christie of Malden, Kathleen Bordonaro and her...

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Living History

July 19, 2012
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Living History

As part of the expansion of Boston Public Schools summer programming, a group of students from two Charlestown schools is spending July and August developing a prototype smartphone app. The app will be used to help young visitors conduct scavenger hunts within the Charlestown Navy Yard featuring the USS Constitution and the USS Constitution Museum. USS Constitution is the...

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Make Some Noise for Charlestown’s Youth

July 19, 2012
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Make Some Noise for Charlestown’s Youth

It was a Friday afternoon and the Charlestown Boys & Girls Club was filled with teenagers enjoying their summer vacation. Some were reading, others chatted excitedly in a group, but the real spark of energy came from a small room in the downstairs level of the building. The corner room, which used to be...

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Domino’s Approved for Main St. Space

July 19, 2012
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The City of Boston Licensing Board has given the OK for Domino’s Pizza to open a location at 277 Main Street. The go ahead includes the right for the business to operate until 11 p.m. Sunday through Wednesday and until midnight, Thursday through Saturday. The Licensing Board approval followed a contentious series of public...

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Transforming Lives by Holistic Means

July 19, 2012
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When longtime Charlestown resident Shawna Pelton was chronically ill, she looked to doctors to alleviate her ailments. But the best they could do was treat her symptoms, not eradicate the central problem. “You’ll probably have to be on medication for the rest of your life,” one doctor told Pelton, whose mouth was agape at...

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