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LaMattina Named to Key Committees

January 22, 2016
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By John Lynds Newly sworn in Boston City Council President Michelle Wu has appointed City Councilor Sal LaMattina to chair the Parks, Recreation & Transportation and vice chair the Ways and Means Committee. LaMattina, who was sworn in for a fifth term as District 1 City Councilor last week, had previously chaired the City,...

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BHA and Developer Hold another Meeting on Bunker Hill Projects Plan

January 22, 2016
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By John Lynds Working to build a consensus on design and answer questions from previous community meetings, the Boston Housing Authority and developer of the Bunker Hill Housing Development held another in a series of meeting last week concerning the project. Over 60 residents from Bunker Hill attended last weeks meeting and BHA Administrator...

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Wynn Everett Chooses Boston’s Suffolk Construction to Build $1.7B Casino

January 22, 2016
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By Seth Daniel When hammers start pounding nails on the new Wynn Everett casino, the hands holding those hammers will be local hands working for a local company. Wynn Resorts announced a major milestone in the development of its $1.7 billion Wynn Resort on the Charlestown line by naming Suffolk Construction Company of Boston...

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Warren Prescott Meeting Focuses on Safety,Overcrowding

January 22, 2016
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There is no disputing that the Warren Prescott School in Charlestown is one of the worst school facilities in the City – despite the exemplary educational programs that are happening inside the old building. Boston Public Schools has admitted so over the last few years, but parents are growing increasingly frustrated as immediate issues...

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Townie Hoop Action

January 20, 2016
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Townie Hoop Action

The Charlestown-East Boston rivalry game took place on Friday night, Jan. 8, at Charlestown High and was as exciting as it was in previous years. The cross-harbor battle this year went to Charlestown, winning at home 60-53 in a hard fought contest. Here, Charlestown’s Edwin Ezedonmwen (42) goes for the rebound against Eastie’s Chris...

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Fighting the Drug Scourge

January 20, 2016
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By Seth Daniel When Father Jim Ronan took the microphone Monday night at the Knights of Columbus to address more than 300 people who had gathered to see a provocative new movie on drug abuse and to hear a new call to fight harder against the scourge, he was quick to point out that...

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Residents Urged to Attend Flood Map Meeting

January 20, 2016
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By John Lynds The City of Boston Community Engagements Director for Environment, Energy and Open Space Lauren Zingarelli appeared at Boston community meeting Monday to discuss the new Flood Insurance Rate Maps that go into effect on March 16, 2016 and tell residents how they can get more information. While the Federal Emergency Management...

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Hockey Trio Plays Out Final Season of Rivalries

January 20, 2016
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Hockey Trio Plays Out Final Season of Rivalries

By Seth Daniel When Jimmy Vesey sees Matt Grzelcyk, or Matt Grzelcyk sees Brendan Collier, the three young men don’t just see hockey jerseys from Harvard University, Boston University or Northeastern University – they see Charlestown. And Charlestown has enjoyed seeing them. Over the last four years, the hockey trio from the Town has...

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DiDomenico Leads Locals to New Hampshire for Clinton

January 20, 2016
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By Katy Rogers It’s been no secret that State Sen. Sal DiDomenico has been openly supporting Hillary Clinton and her campaign for president. As the New Hampshire and Massachusetts Primary Elections quickly approach, he has recently travelled to New Hampshire with many of his local supporters to put his energy behind that proclamation. Despite...

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Boston Swears in New City Council

January 7, 2016
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Boston Swears in New City Council

The new Boston City Council took the oath of office from Mayor Martin Walsh on Monday morning in Faneuil Hall. Two new councilors joined the ranks of the legislative body, including Anissa Essaibi-George and Andrea Joy Campbell. The Council began its work shortly after the ceremony, electing Councilor Michelle Wu as its new president during...

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