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Obama Made the Right Call: the President’s Decision to Ask Congress Was Correct

September 5, 2013
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We realize that we are by no means foreign policy experts, but we simply wish to say that it is our view that President Obama made the right decision is seeking the approval of Congress before bombing Syria for its violations of international law regarding the use of chemical weapons. In our view, the...

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Police Briefs 09-05-2013

September 5, 2013
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Larceny 08/26/13 – A victim on Austin Street reported while she was sitting on a bench, she placed her red, flowered tote-bag beneath the bench to her right. About 10 minutes later, she noticed it was gone. Drugs 08/27/13 – As a result of a drug investigation in the area of O’Meara Court, two...

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Tight Hike

August 29, 2013
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Tight Hike

A group of children from the Charlestown Boys & Girls Club went to Sutton’s MA Purgatory Chasm State Reservation. The Children Prepared all summer with hikes learning safety and getting outdoor hiking experience. This led them to their final trip of the summer at Purgatory Chasm State Reservation. Courtney Tipping took the lead on...

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Boston Signs Casino Agreement with Suffolk Downs

August 29, 2013
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Boston Signs Casino Agreement with Suffolk Downs

With a Steve Wynn resort casino being proposed next door in Everett and a Suffolk Down/Caesars Entertainment resort casino being proposed for East Boston, Charlestown residents have found themselves in the middle and, thusly, have been watching closely all the developments in the Massachusetts Gaming Commission’s (MGC) licensing application process. To that end, there...

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The Forgotten Poet of Charlestown

August 29, 2013
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The Forgotten Poet of Charlestown

Charlestown was home to many famous people.  John Harvard’s deathbed donation to the new university authorized by the Massachusetts Bay Colony, resulted in Harvard University being named after Harvard. Warren Tavern helps keep alive the memory of General Joseph Warren, who did not live in Charlestown, but did die at The Battle of Bunker...

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Old Ironsides on the Move

August 29, 2013
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Old Ironsides on the Move

The USS Constitution gets underway in Boston Harbor in commemoration of her battle with HMS Guerriere in the War of 1812.

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Environmental Study on Logan Airport Impact Soon to Be Released

August 29, 2013
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Charlestown residents have been long awaiting the results of a Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) study of the environmental impacts of Logan Airports on the health of residents here. The study was to be released in the spring but as the spring came and went environmental activists began scratching their heads wondering what...

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Summer’s Last Gasp: Enjoy the Labor Day Weekend Safely

August 29, 2013
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The forecast for the Labor Day weekend is for sunny and warm weather — a perfect combination for outdoor activity of all kinds on the official last weekend of summer. As we look back at the past three months, it seems as if it were just yesterday that we were celebrating the arrival of...

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School’s Back: So Be Careful Driving on Our Streets

August 29, 2013
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School either already has begun or will be back in session shortly in communities  all across the state — and that means motorists who have become accustomed to child-free streets during the morning commute once again must become eagle-eyed and on the lookout for children and school buses on our roadways. The start of...

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Police Briefs 08-29-2013

August 29, 2013
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Warrant Arrest 08/22/13 – Officers in the area of Russell Street placed an individual under arrest for an outstanding Salem Court warrant charging larceny over $250. Larceny in a Building 08/22/13 – A victim reported while at the gym on Third Avenue, unknown person(s) broke into his locker and removed an iPod. A second...

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