Monthly Archives: December 2012

Warren Prescott School Chorus

December 27, 2012
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Warren Prescott School Chorus

On Thursday, December 20th students in grades 3-8 from the Warren Prescott School Chorus performed a holiday medley at Copley Place as part of the Boston Public Schools Arts Expansion initiative in concert with the i Create campaign. Throughout the month of December Copley Place hosted Boston Public Schools as they presented music and...

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MGH Institute Donates to Several Local Charities

December 27, 2012
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MGH Institute Donates to Several Local Charities

The faculty, staff, students, and alumni of the MGH Institute community have come together to  generously support several charities in Charlestown and other worthy organizations during this season of giving. The organizations supported  include: • Dennis McLaughlin House, Charlestown. The Institute contributed $1,500 to help support homeless mothers who are recovering from drug or...

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Council Passes Ordinance Aimed at Improving Rental Apartments

December 27, 2012
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City Councilor Sal LaMattina was one of nine councilors voting in favor of a new ordinance that aims to make the rental housing market in Charlestown safer, cleaner and healthier by conducting regular inspections of rental apartments every five years. The City Council approved the City of Boston’s Rental Inspection Ordinance 9-4 this week...

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Residents Seek to Raise Money for Victims of Sandy Hook

December 27, 2012
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The anonymous Charlestown residents behind the Holiday display at the neighborhood’s Preservation Park are using the display of inflatable Christmas Characters to raise money for the victim’s of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Conn. The residents behind the colorful display, who still want to remain anonymous, said all the money they...

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Ring out the Old…. We Wish Our Readers a Happy and Healthy 2013

December 27, 2012
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We often quote a verse from Alfred Lord Tennyson’s “Ring Out Wild Bells” when we write our annual New Year’s editorial. We write about the events that happened in the old year and discuss those that may come in the new, as well as our hopes for a better year than the year before....

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Police Briefs 12-27-2012

December 27, 2012
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Assault and Battery with a Dangerous Weapon 12/17/12 – As a result of a fight on Eighth Street, a victim was punched in the face and received a laceration from a pencil that the suspect was holding in his hand. The suspect was located at the scene and placed under arrest. Warrant Arrest 12/18/12...

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Obituaries 12-27-2012

December 27, 2012
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Henry Pat Welch Of Charlestown Henry Pat “Patsy” “Putzie” Welch of Charlestown died on December 24. Originally from Charlestown, he spent many years of his life in Somerville, Medford, Boston, Lakeville, and Battle Creek, Michigan. He was the cherished father of Mary Welch of Somerville, Patricia Welch and Patrick Welch, both of Lakeville and...

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Toys for Tots Drive

December 20, 2012
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Toys for Tots Drive

Students from the Good Shepherd School are shown making one of their many donations to Toys for Tots Drive

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Little Girl with a Big Heartsaid

December 20, 2012
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Little Girl with a Big Heartsaid

Payton Mae is 6 years old. When asked what she would like for her birthday- she said she felt she had enough toys and that she wanted to celebrate with family and friends but wanted to donate her gifts to the Pediatric Unit of the Shriners Hospital in Boston. Payton celebrated her 6th Birthday...

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Conservation Commission Vote Imposes Fine on Quarter’s Marina

December 20, 2012
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The Boston Conservation Commission voted unanimously to fine the owner and trustee of the Shipyard Quarter’s Marina $25,000 per day until repairs are made to several of the piers which have created hazardous and unsafe conditions. The capacity crowd applauded when the decision was announced to impose the maximum fine at a hearing Wednesday...

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