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Considine to be Parade Marshall

May 3, 2012
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The Battle Of Bunker Hill Parade Committee is proud to announce that the Chief Marshall of the 2012 parade will be James “Jim” Considine. Jim grow up in Charlestown and graduated from Charlestown High School in 1965. Jim served in the Air Force during the Viet Nam War as a Air Policeman in the...

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YMCA to Hold Annual Fundraiser

May 3, 2012
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The Charlestown Y is hosting its annual Spring Fundraiser from 6 -8 p.m. at 150 Second Avenue in the Charlestown Navy Yard.  Food, Cash Bar, Live Music and Prizes are sure to make it a fun event for a great cause.  Please contact Steve Telesmanick for more information or to RSVP.  $25 in advance/$30...

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Frank Celeste Broker Supreme Says the Best is Yet to Come”

April 26, 2012
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Frank Celeste Broker Supreme Says the Best is Yet to Come”

Frank Celeste is Charlestown’s leading real estate broker bar none. He’s been at it here for more than 20 years and he knows the territory, Charlestown housing and the entire field the way a heart surgeon understands cardio-vascular medicine. Interviewed inside his office in One Thompson Square, Celeste said that 2012 is going to...

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Charlestown Y Celebrating Healthy Kids

April 26, 2012
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Charlestown Y Celebrating Healthy Kids

On April 28, the Charlestown YMCA is celebrating Healthy Kids Day® with a free community event for kids and families from 10 am to 1:00 pm. More than 1,900 Ys across the country are taking part in the celebration, meant to kick start physical activity and learning throughout the summer – a critical out-of-school...

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King of Comedy, Steve Sweeney

April 26, 2012
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King of Comedy, Steve Sweeney

In front of a room full of people at Giggles Comedy Club inside of the Prince Pizzeria restaurant on Route One, Charlestown native Steve Sweeney did something most people fear. He took the microphone and told jokes. In his dark denim jeans, crisp white shirt, and a velvet black blazer, Sweeney paced across the...

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Kennedy Center Seeking to Start New Pre-school

April 26, 2012
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The Kennedy Center is exploring the possibility of creating a new Preschool for 2.9-5 year olds in Charlestown to start this September. The new preschool would be modeled on a Creative Curriculum which will have developmentally appropriate activities for children based in science, reading, math, art and music, etc. The goal is to be...

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Senator in Dunkin Donuts

April 20, 2012
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Senator in Dunkin Donuts

Senator Scott Brown shown shaking hands with a Dunkin Donuts employee while buying coffee during a visit Friday morning. Notice the senator holding his own money and ready to pay for his coffee with it – and he even asked oth­ers if he could get them a coffee.

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Peter Looney Park Rededication

April 20, 2012
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Peter Looney Park Rededication

Mayor Thomas Menino, City Councillor Sal LaMattina, Senator Sal DiDomenico, Representative Gene O’Flaherty, and the membership of Charlestown Against Drugs invite all those men, women and children who take in interest in the well-being of Peter Lonney Park to gather for fun and entertainment, Saturday, 10:00 a.m. on May 28. According to the wishes...

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Life Focus Loses State Funding

April 20, 2012
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The pressure on embattled Life Focus Center founder and president Jack Millerick to resign has been turned up a notch with word that the Department of Developmental Services (DDS) has decided to terminate its contract with the troubled Charlestown non-profit. That notice of termination, to take effect June 16, will severely impact the LFC’s...

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Carnival Plans Halted

April 20, 2012
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After a Charlestown Neighborhood Council meeting where young townie, Sean Boyle roused members and the audience by proposing to bring back the Charlestown Carnival, the town was abuzz with nostalgia. But just a couple of months later, the merry-go-round of plans has stopped spinning. In a public letter, Boyle wrote: “I am sad to...

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