Monthly Archives: May 2017

Welcome to the Weather and Climate Museum

May 5, 2017
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Welcome to the Weather and Climate Museum

Braving pouring rain and horrible driving conditions, local community members gathered to celebrate “e” Inc.’s new Weather and Climate museum last month. The museum serves mostly elementary school classes in underserved areas, where the classes come for four hours during the day to take part in hands-on learning and teaching. The Grand Opening on...

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Play Ball

May 5, 2017
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Play Ball

Owen, Phillies second baseman, was ready for any action that may come out in right field on opening day at the Charlestow Little League.

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New Design:BTD to be Back in the Town to Unveil Preferred Concept for Sullivan/Rutherford

May 5, 2017
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By Seth Daniel The Boston Transportation Department (BTD) announced that it will be back in Charlestown on May 18 for the big unveil of the Sullivan Square/Rutherford Avenue preferred design. The BTD has been holding re-design meetings since last fall with the community, after having announced it would re-start the process and take a...

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Two Strong Charlestown Candidates Drop Out of City Council Race

May 5, 2017
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By Seth Daniel More than a few people believed that the time for a Charlestown city councilor might come in this year’s race when Councilor Sal LaMattina announced he wasn’t running for re-election last month, but this week two strong candidates vying to be that Charlestown candidate, and go up against candidates from Eastie...

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Charlestown High Corner: Lots to Offer at One of the Few Open Enrollment High Schools

May 5, 2017
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By Adam Calus One of the few open-enrollment high schools remaining in the district, Charlestown High School serves 925 students from across the city of Boston, with about 120 students who live in the Charlestown neighborhood. Under the leadership of Principal William Thomas, the school has come a long way in the last five...

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Boston Foundation to Match Donations to Harvest on Vine

May 5, 2017
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Did you know that 17 percent of Charlestown’s 7,931 households, or 1,355 homes, experience food insecurity? Half of these household have children under 18. One out of four Charlestown children depends on your generosity. (Data collected from U.S. Census Bureau, Feeding America, Department of Health and Human Services) Harvest on Vine was established in...

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Local Children Get Out on the Water Thanks to Efforts of Save the Harbor

May 5, 2017
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A group of kids and families from The Charlestown Residents Alliance were among the more than 650 people who joined Save the Harbor/Save the Bay on Mass Bay Lines MV Freedom for 3 free Marine Mammal Safaris on Boston Harbor on Saturday, April 22. Participants came from across the city, around the region and...

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One Charlestown Process Gets Underway with IAG Meeting, Old Proposal is Out

May 5, 2017
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By Seth Daniel Project managers from the Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA) told a meeting of the One Charlestown Impact Advisory Group (IAG) on Thursday evening, April 27, that the original proposal presented to the community by Corcoran/Suncal last fall has been ruled out, and the developers were told to formulate a different...

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Dinsmore Receives Preservation Award to Kick Off City’s Preservation Month

May 5, 2017
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By Seth Daniel It was a patient exercise for the former medical professional, but one by one over the last two years Charlestown’s Rob Dinsmore was able to compile a digital record of the oldest and most historic homes in the Town. At a gala event in Boston at the Old Station House, an...

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Police Briefs 05-04-2017

May 5, 2017
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Charlestown Beat Warrant Arrest 04/25/17 – Officers in the area of Main and Green streets placed an individual under arrest for an outstanding federal probation-violation warrant charging weapons violations.   Trespassing 04/25/17 – Officers in the area of Austin Street placed an individual under arrest for violation of a no-trespass order.   Larceny 04/26/17...

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