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Captain Francis E. Powers, Jr. Pool to be rededicated

October 7, 2010
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Captain Francis E. Powers, Jr. Pool to be rededicated

The Charlestown Community Center Council will be hosting a rededication ceremony at the Charlestown Community Center Pool on Tuesday, Oct. 12, at 5:30 p.m. The Charlestown Community Center Pool was dedicated to the memory of Captain Francis E. “Red” Powers, Jr., in honor of his service to this country during the Vietnam War. The...

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On “The Town”

October 7, 2010
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On “The Town”

Saturday night I went and did it. It didn’t take much courage. I wasn’t too worried. I didn’t load my automatic weapons, didn’t dress in a disguise, and made no plans for an escape. I simply got in my car and drove to Revere, to the theater complex. I bought a ticket. I went...

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Charlestown Youth Soccer

October 7, 2010
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Boys Under-10 Division 3C Charlestown 1, Melrose 0 — The “Townies” (3-0-1) continue to steamroll, notching their second straight shutout victory and moving into sole possession of second place. This one would not come easy however as Melrose gave Charlestown everything they could handle, and then some. Goalie Matthew Coviello kept the game scoreless...

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When the heats goes on; energy alternatives

October 7, 2010
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Whether you heat with oil, as so many do or with gas, the time is nearly here to turn it on. Gas is marginally cheaper than oil and it is in greater abundance in the Northeast. Oil, as all of us who use it to heat our homes know, has become extremely expensive. A...

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Police Beat 10-06-2010

October 7, 2010
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09/29/10 – Trespassing Officers on Carney Court placed an individual under arrest for violation of a no trespass order. 09/30/10 – Open and Gross Lewdness A victim on Medford Street informed officers, that while walking home with her 14-year-old daughter, she observed a heavy-set black male wearing a black t-shirt and green shorts masturbating...

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Obituaries 10-06-2010

October 7, 2010
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William Moore Peabody resident William J. Moore of Peabody, formerly of Lynn, died recently. He was 90 years old. He was the beloved husband of the late Margaret (Duggan) Moore; dear father of Daniel W. Moore of Peabody, Ellen and her husband, William McLaughlin, of Swampscott and Janet and her husband, John Williams, of...

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American icons visit american heroes

September 30, 2010
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American icons visit american heroes

Two of the world-famous Radio City Rockettes, in Boston recently to promote the holiday season engagement of the Radio City Christmas Spectacular, enjoyed a tour of Boston. While here, they visited the firefighters at the Engine 50 Firehouse in Charlestown; Kristin Altfather (on left), Clyde A. Forde, and Courtney Grassia (on right). The Radio...

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Filming underway in Charlestown ‘War in the Pacific’

September 30, 2010
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Pictured here is a scene from the documentary film that is being produced by the Charlestown Veterans History Project. The movie tells the story of the men from Charlestown who fought in the pacific campaign during WWII. This particular part of the movie will depict the many Charlestown sailors who served aboard ships during...

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Charlestown residents running in The Race Against Cancer

September 30, 2010
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On Oct. 10, Jenny Bryant, Sabrina Denault, Emily Hodge, Melissa Meadows, Gregory Moreau, Rebecca Norton and Bill Pryor from Charlestown will be running in the 10th annual B.A.A. Half Marathon presented by Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Jimmy Fund, as members of the official Dana-Farber team. Each Dana-Farber team member has committed to raise...

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Charlestown Youth Soccer

September 30, 2010
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Boys Under-10 Division 3C Charlestown 4, Medford 0 –  The “Townies” (2-0-1) showcased their sensational team depth with an offensive barrage that produced a 22-4 shots-on-net advantage.  Striker John Guadian (goal, assist, 3 shots) broke the ice early in the game with one of his patented “Johnny on the spot” quick kicks after a...

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