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Wheelock College Recognizes Dr. Carol R. Johnson as a Leader Making a Difference

October 20, 2011
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Wheelock College Recognizes Dr. Carol R. Johnson as a Leader Making a Difference

On Wednesday, November 16, 2011, Wheelock College will host its third biennial Passion for Action Leadership Award Dinner at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum from 6 to 9pm. Dr. Carol R. Johnson, Superintendent of Boston Public Schools, and Dr. Linda N. Nathan, Founder and Co-Headmaster of Boston Arts Academy, will be...

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Referees in Training

October 20, 2011
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Referees in Training

Charlestown Soccer referees in-training Liam Kennedy, Danny Murray, Sophie Shea and Alek Estrada. The young refs are training to officiate at soccer matches and will pursue official Massachusetts licensure over the Fall. This will give them the chance to refereeat some of the over 30,000 soccer matches that are played each year in Massachusetts.

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Sarah Coughlin Joins CSAC as Youth Prevention Director

October 20, 2011
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Sarah Coughlin Joins CSAC as Youth Prevention Director

Sarah Coughlin, LICSW, the former District Based Clinical Social Worker for Youth Connect in Charlestown, recently joined the Charlestown Substance Abuse Coalition (CSAC) as Youth Prevention Director. In her new position, Sarah oversees all aspects of implementing the All Stars and LifeSkills Curricula in the Warren Prescott and the Clarence Edwards Schools in Charlestown....

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Rutherford Avenue

October 20, 2011
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We tend to agree with the Charlestown Neighborhood Council’s belief that the redesign of Rutherford Avenue proposed by the city will make that entire area more pedestrian friendly and might ultimately re-shape the future of the industrial area on the southern side of the avenue. Opponents have claimed, and with only the best intentions,...

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Charlestown Youth Soccer News

October 20, 2011
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GU14-1  Stoneham 6, Charlestown 0  The Charlestown GU14-1 team traveled to Stoneham on a crisp fall day for their 6th match of the season. The Townies played a very good first half similar to how they dominated possession in their last game against Melrose. The defense held strong for much of the first half...

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Police Briefs 10-20-2011

October 20, 2011
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10/10/11 – Assault and Battery by Means of a Dangerouse Weapon A victim on Walford Way reported that, while dropping of a fare, a group of teens approached his cab at which time one of them produced a paint ball gun and fired several projectiles at his taxi. Suspects fled prior to police arrival....

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Obituaries 10-20-2011

October 20, 2011
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Agnes O’Neil Lived a life of courage, sweetness and nobility Agnes (Furlong) O’Neil of Charlestown died peacefully Oct. 16. She was 92 years old. She lived a life of courage, sweetness and nobility. She was a loving mother who gave everything she had to those she loved. Born April 17, 1919 on Ferrin Street...

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USS Stephen W. Groves in Charlestown

October 13, 2011
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USS Stephen W. Groves in Charlestown

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Cathedral Shuts out Charlestown

October 13, 2011
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Cathedral Shuts out Charlestown

The Cathedral High Panthers came to town last Friday evening and left with a 32-0 shutout win over Charlestown. The Townies are 3-2 and take on Dorchester High at White Stadium this Friday after­noon. Cathedral is rolling at 5-0.

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Ready to Hit The Ice

October 13, 2011
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Ready to Hit The Ice

Four new Charlestown Youth Hockey players are ready for the season. Shown from left are members of the CYHA Mite B team: Eamon and Colm Vraibel, Brayden Fitzpatrick and Cole Mansfield. CYHA Mite B. The Charlestown rink is due to open on Oct. 22.

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