Monthly Archives: March 2013

Downtown School

March 22, 2013
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The announcement on last Friday by Mayor Thomas Menino of  the pending  purchase of the building at 585 Commercial Street in the North End for a new K-8 school with an opening in 2016 certainly comes as good news to the many local families who will be able to choose a school closer to...

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Police Briefs 03-21-2013

March 22, 2013
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Drugs 03/11/13 – As a result of an ongoing drug investigation in the area of the Bunker Hill housing development, an individual was placed under arrest for possession with intent to distribute a Class C substance (pills). Breaking and Entering – Residence – Night 03/14/13 – A victim on Main Street reported at about...

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Obituaries 03-21-2013

March 22, 2013
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Clara Mahoney Former Supervisor/Manager of Bunker Hill Health Center Clara M. (DiIanni) Mahoney, a 56 year resident of Charlestown, entered eternal life on Saturday, March 16 at her Charlestown home following an extended illness. She was 79 years old. Clara was born in McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania, on April 9, 1933, a daughter of the...

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19th Annual Bryan McGonagle Memorial Tournament

March 14, 2013
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19th Annual Bryan McGonagle Memorial Tournament

This year marked the 19th Annual Bryan McGonagle Memorial Tournament and it was held on March 1st , 2nd and 3rd at the MDC rink in Charlestown. This tournament is held in honor of a young Charlestown hockey player whose life came to a tragic end 19 years ago. His family has been such a great...

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Film Screening at Charlestown Library on March 14

March 14, 2013
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Film Screening at Charlestown Library on March 14

The Friends of the Charlestown Branch Library and Boston Organics present “Forks Over Knives” : film screening followed by a discussion moderated by Amy Levine of Boston Organics and a reception. Thursday, March 14, 7:30pm. Charlestown Branch Library, 179 Main Street, Charlestown. Free and open to everyone. Wheelchair accessible. For more information: 617-242-1248,www.bpl.org/branches/charlestown.htm. Charlestown-based...

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Charlestown Live on BNN-TV is Proud to Announce the Arrival of Two New Co-hosts

March 14, 2013
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Charlestown Live on BNN-TV is Proud to Announce the Arrival of Two New Co-hosts

Charlestown Live on BNN-TV is proud to announce the arrival of two new co-hosts on it’s weekly schedule of shows. Joining our crew of Al Carrier, Diane Grant, Danny Ryan and Kathy Giordano are Abby Gray and Billy Boyle. Abby will be joining Diane to bring news from the Chamber of Commerce on local...

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Charlestown Library is the Recipient of $10,000 Bequest

March 14, 2013
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The Cheryl A. Stafford Trust has bequeathed $10,000 to the Charlestown Branch of the Boston Public Library. The generous gift was accepted with thanks and appreciation on March 12 during a meeting of the Boston Public Library Board of Trustees. A longtime resident of Charlestown, Cheryl A. Stafford had a passion for reading and...

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City Officials Choose Surface Option for Rutherford Ave.

March 14, 2013
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After the completion of a thorough and lengthy community process, and in cooperation with the residents of Charlestown, the City of Boston has announced its decision to select the Rutherford Avenue Surface Option Design Plan. The next step toward rebuilding Rutherford Avenue is a comprehensive community process to reach consensus on a final design. ...

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Saint Patrick’s Day

March 14, 2013
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This weekend all Charlestown residents will be able to get their fill of the traditional Irish fare  The following organizations and businesses  will be open for residents to visit and have some Irish cheer: Charlestown Women’s Club Celebration on Thursday, March 14 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Knights of Columbus, 545 Medford...

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Student Jobs Are Important

March 14, 2013
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Thousands of Boston students will be seeking jobs this summer and it appears that there will not be enough jobs to go around. Apparently the city’s budget cannot provide all the jobs needed for the number of students expected to apply for them. The city will be heavily dependent on the private sector to...

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