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Open House Scheduled for 40 Warren St. Project

December 15, 2011
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Open House Scheduled for 40 Warren St. Project

Developer and 40 Warren St. owner Vahid Nickpour will hold an open house from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. this Saturday at the property to discuss residents’ concerns and brainstorm potential solutions with community members who are affected by the project. Following concerns from several residents that they had not been aware of meetings...

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St. Catherine of Siena Chapel Inauguration

December 15, 2011
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St. Catherine of Siena Chapel Inauguration

Cardinal Sean O’Malley blessed the altar and ambo of the new Saint Catherine of Siena Chapel in an inauguration at Saint Mary’s Church on December 10. More than 250 parishioners and guests were present to witness the dedication. The Chapel is named for the former church in Hayes Square and contains pieces and themes...

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MIT Architect Proposes Plan for Navy Yard Building

December 15, 2011
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MIT Architect Proposes Plan for Navy Yard Building

Architect and MIT graduate Kamran Zahedi’s approach to designing and developing new properties is as respectful to the past as it is forward thinking. Zahedi is the president of Urbanica Design and Development, an architecture firm located on Berkeley Street in Boston. He hopes to win the Boston Redevelopment Authority’s bid for Parcel 39A...

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Charlestown Against Drugs Christmas Volunteers at the Jacket Table

December 15, 2011
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Charlestown Against Drugs Christmas Volunteers at the Jacket Table

The CHAD Christmas Team front from left to right: Kathy Andrea, Angela Corvu, Christine Vraiel, Mimi Wrenn, Sarah Coughlin, Roxanne Corvu, Billy Boyle. Back row from left to right: Boston Police Officer Michael Charbonnier, Sean Getchell, Boston Police Officer Dave Saddler and Leo Breen.

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The End of Occupy Boston

December 15, 2011
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Mayor Thomas Menino did the right thing in the end, evicting without incident the remaining numbers of those who will go down in local folklore for many years to come as the Occupiers of Boston. As nearly everyone in Boston knows, the end did not come with a bang, as TS Eliot so brilliantly...

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Police Briefs 12-15-2011

December 15, 2011
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11/28/11 – Breaking and Entering, Residence Officers responded to Albion Place for a reported breaking and entering to both the first and second floor units. Both units had jewelry and various electronics taken. At this time officers did not find any signs of forced entry. Detectives will investigate this matter. 11/28/11 – Assault and...

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Obituaries 12-15-2011

December 15, 2011
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Kathleen T. O’Shea, MD Member of Dermatology Department at MGH Dr. Kathleen T. O’Shea, M.D. of Boston died on December 3. She was a graduate and Valedictorian of the College of Sacred Heart and Newton Nazareth Academy, and a member and first appointed woman physician in the Dermatology Department of Mass General Hospital, Boston...

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Charlestown Tree Lighting

December 8, 2011
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Charlestown Tree Lighting

Mayor Thomas Menino brought Santa Claus and The Macy’s Trolley to Charlestown on Sunday afternoon at Thompson Square. Hundreds of Charlestown residents enjoyed Sorelle’s Bakery cookies and cider as they waited for the festivities. Dancing Tree, Rudolph, The Red Nosed Rheindeer, and Frosty The Snowman entertained the crowd. Santa Claus greeted the children and...

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40 Warren Street Hot Topic at CNC

December 8, 2011
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The proposed development at 40 Warren Street dominated the monthly meeting of the Charlestown Neighborhood Council (CNC)Tuesday night. More than 25 abutters to the proposed project came to the meeting to ask that the Council reconsider its vote to support the project stating that the developer had not properly informed them of the meeting...

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ZBA Scheduled New Hearing for 40 Warren Street Project

December 8, 2011
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It was a project that had widespread support from the Charlestown Neighborhood Council (CNC) but once abutters began complaining they were not involved in the process things went sour. The Boston Zoning Board of Appeals Tuesday (ZBA) was asked to take a deferral for the project at 40 Warren St. until the community process...

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