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The Summer of 2012

July 27, 2012
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The tragedy in Colorado has touched Americans in different ways everywhere during this otherwise lovely summer of 2012. At the Showcase Cinema complex in Revere Monday evening the theaters were evacuated during a showing of Batman. Some theater goers were terrified as they exited the theaters for what apparently turned out to be a...

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Police Briefs 07-26-2012

July 27, 2012
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Warrant Arrest 07/16/12 – Officers in the area of Walford Way placed an individual under arrest for an outstanding Weymouth Court warrant charging destruction of property. Larceny – Bicycle 07/18/12 – A victim on 13th Street stated that in the last week, two bicycles were stolen from the garage of his apartment building. A...

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Obituaries 07-26-2012

July 27, 2012
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Kathleen Antonelli Of Tewksbury, formerly of Charlestown Kathleen E. (Senna) Antonelli of Tewksbury, formerly of Charlestown and Malden, died on July 21. She was the devoted wife of Joseph Antonelli; loving daughter of Phyllis Senna (DeAngelis) of Charlestown; beloved mother of William Antonelli and his partner, Sarah Christie of Malden, Kathleen Bordonaro and her...

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Living History

July 19, 2012
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Living History

As part of the expansion of Boston Public Schools summer programming, a group of students from two Charlestown schools is spending July and August developing a prototype smartphone app. The app will be used to help young visitors conduct scavenger hunts within the Charlestown Navy Yard featuring the USS Constitution and the USS Constitution Museum. USS Constitution is the...

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Make Some Noise for Charlestown’s Youth

July 19, 2012
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Make Some Noise for Charlestown’s Youth

It was a Friday afternoon and the Charlestown Boys & Girls Club was filled with teenagers enjoying their summer vacation. Some were reading, others chatted excitedly in a group, but the real spark of energy came from a small room in the downstairs level of the building. The corner room, which used to be...

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Transforming Lives by Holistic Means

July 19, 2012
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When longtime Charlestown resident Shawna Pelton was chronically ill, she looked to doctors to alleviate her ailments. But the best they could do was treat her symptoms, not eradicate the central problem. “You’ll probably have to be on medication for the rest of your life,” one doctor told Pelton, whose mouth was agape at...

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Local Teens Take Part in Career Program

July 19, 2012
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Charlestown teens from the neighborhood’s community centers will take part in an innovative career-building program thanks to a generous donation from a Charlestown tour company. Last week, Mayor Thomas Menino joined Charlestown teens from the SUPERTeens program at City Hall Plaza to kickoff the start of the new teen pre-employment program for youth ages...

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Domino’s Win

July 19, 2012
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There is one certainty about Domino’s coming to Main Street. It will not significantly change life in this neighborhood. That being said, the Neighborhood Council and City Hall need to let Domino’s know in no uncertain terms that it cannot and must not attempt to heap upon Charlestown a plastic storefront with garish coloring....

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Obituaries 07-19-2012

July 19, 2012
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Patricia Harrington Bunker Hill Historical Society Member Patricia H. Harrington of Charlestown died on July 14. She was 75 years old. A member of the Bunker Hill Historical Society, she was the beloved daughter of the late Nelson and Margaret (Dick) Harrington; beloved sister of William Wiles of Baltimore, Maryland and the late Robert...

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Water, Water Sttill Not Here

July 16, 2012
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Water, Water Sttill Not Here

The ongoing waterless wading pool at Shipyard Park may actually be usable soon as a cleaning is scheduled. However as of Wednesday morning the pool was still dry much to the dismay of residents.

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