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St. John School Summer Camp

August 28, 2015
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St. John School Summer Camp

St. John School held it’s 3rd year of summer camp which ran from July 6th through August 7th. The campers enjoyed many fun activities during their five weeks. This summer, Michele DeMarco of the SJS afterschool program directed the camp along with counselors: Ms. Jessica Nagle, K3B Teacher, Ms. Julie Fiore, K5A Aide and...

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Flip Flop Regatta

August 28, 2015
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Flip Flop Regatta

With the Nantucket Lightship in the background, Adrian Ionescu and his ship, the Migration, sail back to their homeport of Charlestown during last Saturday’s (Aug. 15) Flip Flop Regatta. The Regatta was held out of Courageous Sailing in Charlestown and raised funds for the Ally Foundation to end sexual violence.

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Capuano Hopes Casino Will Spur Regional Discussion

August 28, 2015
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Congressman Michael Capuano weighed in this week – as he has in the past – on the traffic discussions that have once again come up in Sullivan Square and Rutherford Avenue – saying he hoped that the latest rounds of discussion spurred by the Wynn casino proposal could result in careful thought and a...

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Transportation Secretary Clears Wynn on Traffic Mitigation

August 28, 2015
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In a battle of the written word this week between top state officials, the power of the pen has seemed to swing the way of Wynn. Dueling letters of support and opposition from several officials ended on Monday with the top transportation official in the state writing that Wynn’s traffic plan had satisfied her...

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DiDomenico Took on Greater Budget Role

August 28, 2015
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For State Sen. Sal DiDomenico, the past summer has been unusually busy as he has spent the warm weather months with an inside seat to the State Budget process, serving a member of the Conference Committee that hashed out the funding document this year and completed its work earlier this month. As vice chair...

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The Ones That Didn’t Get Away

August 20, 2015
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The Ones That Didn’t Get Away

Charlestown resident and former Boston Bruin, Shawn Thornton (far left) is shown here last Thursday at the Save the Harbor/Save the Bay Striper Fishing Derby on Fan Pier. He is pictured with Joe Fallon, Michael Fallon and KISS 107’s Billy Costa.

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Navy Volunteers Help at Warren-Prescott School

August 20, 2015
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Navy Volunteers Help at Warren-Prescott School

Hands from all over the world came together to lend themselves towards a major sprucing up of the Warren-Prescott School and grounds on Tuesday – officially known in the neighborhood as Navy Day. Some 72 members of the Navy volunteer crew and scores of parents, teachers, neighbors, students and former students braved the heat...

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Four Receive Scholarships from MGH and Spaulding

August 20, 2015
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Charlestown residents Mackaila Garcia, Nathaly Guerrero, Caroline Ward, and Kailey Zhu are the recipients of the 2015 Partners HealthCare Charlestown Merit Scholarship. Presented for the sixth year by Partners HealthCare System affiliates MGH Institute of Health Professions, MGH Charlestown HealthCare Center, and Spaulding Rehabilitation Network, each student will receive a $1,500 scholarship as they enter their first year...

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Wynn Resorts will be Using Green Initiatives in Everett

August 20, 2015
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Wynn has announced that the $1.7 billion Wynn Resort in Everett will exceed state regulatory requirements for environmental sustainability and feature advanced green initiatives, including the use of solar power and rainwater harvesting. The Wynn Resort in Everett is being designed to achieve a Gold or higher LEED ranking. The land remediation will advance...

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Mishawaum Extension Bridge Closed for Structural Problems

August 20, 2015
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Though many might not be aware – or perhaps found out through near accidents when trying to turn – the Mishawaum Extension Bridge across Rutherford Avenue has officially closes to vehicles. Though there is no signage announcing the fact, jersey barriers have been placed across the small turning lane that is very popular with...

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