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Not To Late To Pledge To Help Fund the Parade

June 4, 2015
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As the days wind down before the Bunker Hill Day Parade on Sunday, June 14, time is of the essence when it comes to fundraising, and despite the fact that the community has rallied around an online funding effort, Parade organizer Arthur Hurley said this week that more is needed. “Last year we were...

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John F.Kennedy Family Service Center Celebrating 50th Year of Helping Families

June 4, 2015
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This year the John F. Kennedy Family Service Center, (www.kennedycenter.org), a nonprofit organization with the mission to improve the lives of individuals and families in need, is celebrating its 50th Anniversary of providing education, advocacy, and opportunity in Charlestown. To commemorate this important milestone, the Board of Directors are hosting the“Kennedy Center’s 50th Anniversary...

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Boston Snubs Baker Administration On Proposed Sullivan Sq. Traffic Plan

June 4, 2015
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Wynn Everett officials and a large contingent of state and municipal officials met Monday morning with state Transportation Secretary Stephanie Pollack in Boston about long-term casino-related traffic plans in Charlestown’s Sullivan Square, but noticeably absent at the table was anyone from the City of Boston or the Boston Transportation Department (BTD). State transportation officials...

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City Officials Announces Pilot Street Cleaning Program

June 4, 2015
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The City of Boston announced this week that a new street cleaning program will be piloted in Charlestown. Starting the week of July 1, tickets issued for parking in violation of the street cleaning regulation in Charlestown will increase from $40 to $90. Throughout the time period that the pilot program is in effect,...

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MGC Fires Back Against Boston Lawsuit, Calls for Dismissal July 9

June 4, 2015
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The Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) is striking back with strong language aimed at the City of Boston in a motion to dismiss its amended lawsuit, which was announced at a press conference in Charlestown May 21. The Boston amended lawsuit, among many other things, called for all five MGC members to be replaced and...

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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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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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