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Charlestown Live on BNN-TV is Proud to Announce the Arrival of Two New Co-hosts

March 14, 2013
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Charlestown Live on BNN-TV is Proud to Announce the Arrival of Two New Co-hosts

Charlestown Live on BNN-TV is proud to announce the arrival of two new co-hosts on it’s weekly schedule of shows. Joining our crew of Al Carrier, Diane Grant, Danny Ryan and Kathy Giordano are Abby Gray and Billy Boyle. Abby will be joining Diane to bring news from the Chamber of Commerce on local...

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Charlestown Library is the Recipient of $10,000 Bequest

March 14, 2013
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The Cheryl A. Stafford Trust has bequeathed $10,000 to the Charlestown Branch of the Boston Public Library. The generous gift was accepted with thanks and appreciation on March 12 during a meeting of the Boston Public Library Board of Trustees. A longtime resident of Charlestown, Cheryl A. Stafford had a passion for reading and...

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City Officials Choose Surface Option for Rutherford Ave.

March 14, 2013
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After the completion of a thorough and lengthy community process, and in cooperation with the residents of Charlestown, the City of Boston has announced its decision to select the Rutherford Avenue Surface Option Design Plan. The next step toward rebuilding Rutherford Avenue is a comprehensive community process to reach consensus on a final design. ...

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BHCC Hosts Play, ‘Money Matters’

March 7, 2013
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BHCC Hosts Play, ‘Money Matters’

Cambridge Savings Bank (CSB) and Boston University’s Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program recently hosted a special performance of the groundbreaking play, Money Matters, at Charlestown’s Bunker Hill Community College (BHCC). The production took place before nearly 300 people, including international students from the Humphrey Fellowship Program. Money Matters engages the audience in critical conversations...

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New Director at Charlestown BGC

March 7, 2013
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New Director at Charlestown BGC

Officials at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston (BGCB) announces the appointment of Peter (Pete) Nash as Executive Director of the Charlestown Boys & Girls Club. Prior to accepting his position within the organization, Nash served as the Director of Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston’s Shared Space Clubs. He began his new...

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Charlestown High Slated to Receive HVAC and Fire Safety Improvements

March 7, 2013
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Charlestown High School will benefit from a recent bond sale by the City of Boston. Mayor Thomas Menino announced that the city has sold $169.2 million of general obligation bonds via competitive sale. Nine different firms bid on the series. Charlestown High will receive money for a major HVAC and fire safety improvement at the...

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Scholarships Available for Local Students

March 7, 2013
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A consortium of neighborhood affiliates in Partners HealthCare will award two scholarships of $3,000 each to high school seniors from Charlestown who will be pursuing a program of study that will lead to a health career at the associate or bachelor degree level. Eligible students for the Charlestown Health Care Merit Scholarship must have...

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CNC to Hold Hearing on Nearen Row Permit

March 7, 2013
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The CNC will be hosting a meeting for review of the proposed project at 1 Nearen Row relative to the request for a Conditional Use permit to change the existing roof line. This meeting is being held for community review of the project in anticipation of a Zoning Board of Appeals hearing scheduled for...

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New Spaulding Rehab Hospital in the Navy Yard

March 1, 2013
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New Spaulding Rehab Hospital in the Navy Yard

Members of the community were invited to a tour of the new Spaulding Rehab Hospital in the Navy Yard last Monday night. Charlestown Neighborhood Council member George Morton views the Jacquelynne and Ira Stepanian gym at the new Spaulding Rehabilitation Facility in the Charlestown. The gym features a 180 degree view of the Boston...

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Jarred Gould Shows How to Give Back

March 1, 2013
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Jarred Gould Shows How to Give Back

Project Bread’s Jarred Gould of Charlestown helped prepare healthy meals at the Pine Street Inn, a Boston-based homeless shelter and one of 430 community organizations funded by The Walk for Hunger. “The time spent in the kitchen allowed me to see the front-line perspective of hunger,” explained Jarred, one of the 13 campaign associates...

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