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We Need to Address Our Gateway Corridors

September 4, 2014
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We Need to Address Our Gateway Corridors

Charlestown Patriot Bridge (CPB): As you travel around Charlestown, how has the response been to your campaign? Representative Dan Ryan (DR): To be honest, the past couple of weeks have been quiet in terms of volume of voter contact. However, the response from those who were around was great. The name and face recognition...

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Casino is the Most Pressing Issue for Charlestown

September 4, 2014
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Casino is the Most Pressing Issue for Charlestown

Charlestown Patriot Bridge(CPB): As you travel around Charlestown, how has the response been to your campaign? Roy Avellaneda (RA): Unlike the Special Election, I had much more time and have found these last six months campaigning in Charlestown to have been very rewarding. As I meet and converse with Charlestown residents about issues that...

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CPS Tour to Be On Sept. 20

September 4, 2014
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From a Richardsonian Romanesque townhouse — the only one in Charlestown — to an elegant brick Federal that dates from the early 1800s, the 2014 Charlestown Historic House Tour is a rare chance to explore private houses and public spaces in Boston’s oldest neighborhood. The tour, sponsored by the Charlestown Preservation Society, is on...

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Charlestown Stroll for Hope To Raise Funds for Cancer Patients

September 4, 2014
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The First Annual Charlestown Stroll for Hope will take place on Sunday, October 26, 2014 at 10 am starting and finishing at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 545 Medford Street, Charlestown. Registration starts at 8 am. Charlestown has the highest cancer rate in all of Boston. The “Stroll” will raise funds for residents of...

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Charles River No Longer Known for Dirty Water

September 4, 2014
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EPA has given a grade of “A-” for water quality in the Charles River during 2013. It is the highest grade EPA has issued since the 1995 inception of the Clean Charles River Initiative. Reflecting nearly twenty years of focused efforts by EPA, state and local officials, private environmental advocacy groups and concerned citizens,...

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Healey Builds Momentum in Her Campaign for Ag

August 29, 2014
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Healey Builds Momentum in Her Campaign for Ag

Charlestown resident Maura Healey had another strong week in her campaign for the Democratic nomination for attorney general. Healey turned in an impressive performance in a candidates’ debate with Warren Tolman on the Channel 5 show, “On The Record” Sunday morning. The debate came on the heels of a feature story in Friday’s Boston...

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Charlestown Gop Committee to Meet on Sept. 15

August 29, 2014
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The Charlestown (Ward 2) Republican Ward Committee announced that its next meeting will take place on Monday, September 15 from 7:00-8:00 pm at the Papa Gino’s located at Bunker Hill Mall. “It’ll be November before we know it, so we’re using this meeting as a springboard for our campaign efforts on behalf of Republicans...

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Gorman Scholarship Tourney, Sept. 6

August 29, 2014
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The annual  softball tournament to benefit the The Mark and Michelle Gorman Scholarship Fund will be held on Sptemeber 6. The Gorman Scholarship Committee are pleased to announce that they will be awarding $4500 in scholarships to eligible Charlestown students for the 2014 – 2015 school year. This year six scholarships will be awarded,...

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Five Generations

August 25, 2014
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Five Generations

Emanuel Strano age 96 of Charlestown enjoys spending the day with Five Generation of his family.

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Garden Contest Winners

August 25, 2014
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Garden Contest Winners

Mayor Martin J. Walsh congratulates the winners of the Porch, Balcony, or Window Box Garden category in the citywide Mayor’s Garden Contest during a reception held August 12 in the Public Garden. Left to right: First Place winner Debbie Lingos of Back Bay, Second Place winner Darcy Ertl of Charlestown, and Third Place winner Arielle Young of...

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