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Police Briefs 06-04-2015

June 4, 2015
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Charlestown Beat POLICE/COMMUNITY MEETING: Meet the police & discuss public safety issues on the last Wednesday of every month at the police station, 20 Vine Street, at 6:00 p.m., 2nd floor, community room. POLICE RELATED INFO: Contact the District A-1 Community Service Office at 617-343-4627. REPORT DRUG DEALING: Contact the District A-1 Confidential Drug...

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I Can Catch Him

May 28, 2015
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I Can Catch Him

Charlestown runner #927 Max Gomez gives it his all for the Town Track Club last Thursday, May 21, during the organization’s first home meet at Charlestown High School track. The all-ages track club boasts around 300 participants and has existed for about three years.

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Walsh Administration Amend Lawsuit:Prepare for a Fight on Wynn Casino

May 28, 2015
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Surrounded by highway traffic and the freshly cut grass in the rarely-travelled center of Sullivan Square and Alford Street, Boston Mayor Martin Walsh and his administration held a major press conference last Thursday afternoon, May 21, to announce a significant amendment to their lawsuit against the Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC), and ultimately, the Wynn...

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Spaulding Chief Able to Combine Work and Home in Charlestown

May 28, 2015
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When it comes to commuting home, Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital President David Storto gets in his car and prepares to drive…about one minute. That’s if he even uses a car at all. The president of the sparkling new rehab hospital at the tip of the Navy Yard came to be well known in Charlestown civic...

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Battle of Bunker Hill Road Race Returns to Its Roots on June 14

May 28, 2015
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This year marks the 47th Annual Battle of Bunker Hill Road Race on June 14.   The event initially began as a race for the Charlestown Boys & Girls Club members and through the years it grew into a well-known and highly regarded competitive Road Race that raises crucial funds for the Club.  A...

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Police Briefs 05-28-2015

May 28, 2015
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Breaking and Entering – Non-Residence 05/20/15 – A victim reported that he responded to an alarm on First Avenue. While inside the home, the victim observed a white male suspect, who saw him and fled the area. Officers observed pry marks on the door, but it was unknown at that time if anything was...

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If Neighborhood Supports Parking Change, Walsh Would Also

May 28, 2015
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Mayor Martin Walsh told the Patriot-Bridge last week that if all the required signatures are gathered and the neighborhood supports the proposed resident parking change, he would also back any such change. “If the neighborhood wants it, I would absolutely support it,” said the mayor. “We want to make sure the traffic patterns aren’t...

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Letter to the Editor

May 28, 2015
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Thank you “Old Schoolboys” Dear Editor: I would like to thank the Charlestown “Old Schoolboys” Association, and the families of Philip X. Carr and William Powers, for selecting me as a scholarship winner.  The financial support they provide to “Townie” kids goes a long way to helping us obtain a college degree.  Again, thank...

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Imagine Boston in 2030

May 28, 2015
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Last week, I announced Imagine Boston 2030, the first citywide planning process in 50 years. It will be a two-year planning process to create a roadmap for success leading up to Boston’s 400th birthday. Boston is a city of neighborhoods and, more importantly, a city of neighbors who care and look out for one...

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Runner Completes Marathon

May 21, 2015
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Runner Completes Marathon

Charlestown resident Megan McNamara ran the 119th Boston Marathon in memory of her father Leo McNamara, who passed away in June of 2014 after five courageous years as a stroke survivor. Tedy’s Team was formed 10 years ago with the American Stroke Association following Tedy Bruschi’s stroke in 2005 to support and honor survivors...

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