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Charlestown’s Dentaquest Foundation Recognized at Health Summit

August 30, 2012
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The DentaQuest Foundation in Charlestown was recently recognized for its service in oral health by the Hispanic Dental Association (HDA), National Dental Association (NDA), and Society of American Indian Dentists (SAID), at the first-ever Multicultural Oral Health Summit. The philanthropic organization committed to the improvement of optimal oral health is headquartered on Medford Street,...

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Yoga is All About the “Bare Bones”

August 30, 2012
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It’s 11 a.m. on a Sunday morning, and instead of heading to brunch, you’re sitting cross-legged on a mat that isn’t as comfortable as the salesperson promised. While you watch the taut and lean yoga students glide into the studio, toting coconut water and colorful mats, you contemplate how foolish you will look attempting...

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How Things Have Changed

August 30, 2012
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The John Hancock Life Insurance Company has a big stake in Charlestown – a $45 million mortgage on the property located at 30 Coldwell Street. Units there, in what is known as a Mezzo Design Lofts project, are among the prettiest and most modern in the neighbourhood. A three bedroom loft goes for $3500 a...

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Swimming in Charlestown

August 30, 2012
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The Charlestown Y is offering swimming lessons this fall that begin on September 9. Space is limited so you need to call now to sign up your son or daughter to learn how to swim in a wonderful environment with real professionals conducting the classes. The Charlestown YMCA is a great venue for swimming...

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Police Briefs 08-30-2012

August 30, 2012
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Death Investigation 08/20/2012 – An officer responded to Adams Street at around 4:45 a.m. for a sudden death report. Upon arrival, the officer observed the victim, who was pronounced non-viable and transported to the Office of Medical Examiner. Assault and Battery with a Dangerous Weapon 08/22/2012 – Officers responded to Tufts Street at around...

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Obituaries 08-30-2012

August 30, 2012
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Rose Zaccone Attorney Atty. Rose C. Zaccone of Charlestown died on August 22. She was 90 years old. She received her MBA from Boston University School of Education and her Law Degree from Boston College School of Law in 1954. Her legal employment included John Hancock Insurance Co; the law firm of Herrick &...

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Navy Gives a Cleaning Hand at WP School Marching

August 24, 2012
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Navy Gives a Cleaning Hand at  WP School Marching

Marching in lockstep from the historic Navy Yard, 75 Chief Petty Officer Selectees from the USS Constitution took over the Warren Prescott School for their annual pre-school cleaning.  Everything from weeding the side garden and painting the playground, power washing the cafeteria and setting up classrooms, the naval officers were instrumental in getting the...

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Two Projects Get Go Ahead

August 24, 2012
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The Charlestown Preservation Society Design Review Committee gave consensual approval to two projects and denied approval to one during a hearing Monday evening. Seven members of the review committee attended the meeting. No abuttors were present at the hearing for the three projects. According to Bill Lamb, chairman of the Design Review Committee, two...

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Police Seek to Curb Gridlock

August 24, 2012
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Boston drivers will be introduced to “Don’t Block the Box”, an education and enforcement campaign designed to curb gridlock, and increase vehicle and pedestrian safety, at busy intersections in Boston.  The campaign is the result of a collaboration between the City of Boston and MASCO, a non-profit affiliate of the hospitals, schools, research and...

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Beware a Rule Change

August 24, 2012
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Charlestown drivers beware. A traffic rule change by the Boston Police Department fines motorists from now on $150 if you are found to be blocking an intersection. That is to say, if you drive onto a crosswalk at an intersection while trying to edge your way across the intersection and the light changes to...

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