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It Is the Season for Breaches, Account Takeovers and Card Thieves — so Beware

December 24, 2014
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When it comes to identity theft, there is no time like the holidays. Christmas and New Year’s are prime times these days for thieves to gain access to credit cards, debit cards, bank accounts and a host of other personal information through security breaches or simple scams. No matter how they get one’s information,...

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The 12 Scams of Christmas 2014

December 24, 2014
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1.You’ve Got Mail! Think twice before clicking links in shipping notification emails, and always verify the shipping company before giving out your personal information. Deceptive Advertising Beware of deals that are too good to be true as they could steal our personal information and ruin your holiday cheer. Chilling Charities ‘Tis the season to...

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Decorating Soley Street

December 23, 2014
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Decorating Soley Street

In spite of rainy weather, Soley Street residents gathered for their annual street decorating on Saturday December 6.

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Resident to Head Bruins Pharmacy

December 23, 2014
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Resident to Head Bruins Pharmacy

A Charlestown resident will head the official pharmacy of the Boston Bruins NHL hockey team. Joseph Skellie, a Charlestown resident was named America’s Compounding Center (ACC) Pharmacy Manager last Thursday. ACC is a Newton based and family owned pharmacy that specializes in custom-made prescriptions for pain management, hormone therapy for men and women, sports...

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Exhibits at Spaulding and Harborview Turning Navy Yard into a Haven for Art

December 23, 2014
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Exhibits at Spaulding and Harborview Turning Navy Yard into a Haven for Art

Among the features that Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital has for its patients is a commitment to the use of art to help engage and inspire. That commitment also extends to the community by providing exhibits and pieces in its public spaces that speaks to that mission. Collaborating with its neighbors at the HarborView at the...

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Christmas at the Pops

December 23, 2014
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Christmas at the Pops

Boys and Girls Club members attended Christmas at Pops on Wednesday, December 10 at Boston Symphony.  Members had dinner at the State Suites located on the lower lobby level at the Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel prior to attending the Pops.

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CNC to Hold Permit Hearing

December 23, 2014
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At 7:00PM on Monday, January 5, 2015, the Charlestown Neighborhood Council will hold a public hearing on the request of the Oysteria Restaurant, located at 12 Park Street, for a conditional use permit for a Take Out License, for food to be eaten off premises. The meeting will be held at the American Legion...

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Candelight Lessons and Carols Service to be at St. John’s

December 23, 2014
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As part of its celebration of Advent and Christmas, Saint John’s Episcopal Church will offer a Candlelight Lessons and Carols Service on Saturday, December 20th at 5 pm.  In a church aglow with candlelight, readings of scripture will be interspersed with choral anthems and carols sung by the congregation. The service at Saint John’s...

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Celebrating Small Business Saturday

December 4, 2014
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Celebrating Small Business Saturday

Norma Baars and her son, Wiatt, owners of Charlestown Ace Hardware were busy on small business Saturday at their local store that is located at 5 Austin Street.

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Expanded Green Line Could Make Commuting Much Easier

December 4, 2014
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Expanded Green Line Could Make Commuting Much Easier

The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) plans to contribute close to $1 billion towards the $2.3 billion Green Line Extension project, which will make commuting to points north of the neighborhood to Somerville and Medford a whole lot easier.  The Green Line Extension project is an initiative of the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) and...

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