Monthly Archives: October 2016

Adoption Made Easier:Polito Administration Highlight Progress on Regulatory Reform Efforts at the Animal Rescue League of Boston

October 14, 2016
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The Baker-Polito  Administration highlighted significant changes in the state regulations as part of the extensive regulatory review process, at the Animal Rescue League located in the South End, which resulted in improving the lives of shelter animals and increasing space and flexibility for animal shelters around the state. The change in regulations made it...

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Councilor Timothy McCarthy Seeks Working Relationship with Colleges

October 14, 2016
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By Beth Treffeisen In an effort to increase collaboration, communication and partnerships between the colleges and universities, the City of Boston, and various non-profits throughout the city, Councilor Timothy McCarthy is working with the other councilors to create a College and University Engagement Office. The order that was brought forward at the September 28...

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Police Briefs 10-13-2016

October 14, 2016
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Charlestown Beat Motor Vehicle Accident – Bicycle 10/03/16 – A victim in Sullivan Square reported while merging into traffic, a bicyclist, who was traveling in the wrong direction, struck her motor vehicle and dented the hood. The bicyclist, who admitted to going the wrong way against traffic, was transported by ambulance to Massachusetts General...

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Townie Tidbits

October 14, 2016
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By Sal Giarratani HARVEST ON VINE FUNDRAISER  Keep the date Sunday, November 6 open from 100-400 pm for the Harvest On Vine Fundraiser at the Navy Yard Bistro. Tickets are $50 and going fast. Email Tom at tmacdonald03@yahoo.com. Don’t miss out on the gourmet food, fine wines and great company. NEW HIGH STREET (CHARLESTOWN)...

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Letter to the Editor

October 14, 2016
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Big Challenge Ahead  Dear Charlestown Bridge Editor. While Charlestown is slated to receive an amazing and truly beautiful bridge in 3 years, there is still a big challenge ahead.  At present, based on the presentations from the city, the architect, the engineering firm, etc., there is no mitigation plan in place for how to...

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Fire Prevention Week

October 14, 2016
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Nothing can be more devastating than a fire in your home.  Years of memories can all but vanish as pictures, letters and mementos of a family’s lifetime are lost in the flames. And in some cases, a fire claims a life. We urge our readers to look around their house or apartment and do...

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Sports 10-13-2016

October 14, 2016
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Jr. Bruins Boucher and Delvalle in International Pee Wee Tournament Staff Report The Tournoi International de Hockey Pee-Wee de Quebec will take place from February 9, 2017 to February 19, 2017 in Quebec City, Canada.  Aidan Boucher and Owen Delvalle, both of Charlestown, will compete in this international tournament representing the Greater Boston Junior...

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Obituaries 10-13-2016

October 14, 2016
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Charles ‘Bob’ Fuller Retired Boston School Principal who cherished his family Charles R. “Bob” Fuller of Melrose died surrounded by family on October 8 at the age of 94. Bob was born in Boston on April 28, 1922 to John Fuller and Mary (Goodwin) Fuller. He was raised in Dorchester and graduated from Boston...

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One Charlestown Files New Project Documents with BPDA

October 7, 2016
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One Charlestown Files New Project Documents with BPDA

By Seth Daniel The largest redevelopment project in the history of the Town – a $1 billion, three-phase mixed income rebuilding of the Bunker Hill Development – has filed project documents with the Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA, formerly BRA) and will begin community meetings over the next two weeks. “We are excited...

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State Names Harvard Kent as Level 1 School

October 7, 2016
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By John Lynds The Harvard Kent Elementary School, a Boston Public Schools in Charlestown, was named a Level 1 schools in the state’s school accountability measure report that measures how schools narrow proficiency gaps. Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education’s 2016 accountability results showed the Harvard/Kent demonstrated improved performance in various key assessments....

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