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Bunker Hill Tenant Task Force Retains GBLS

March 4, 2016
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By John Lynds As the project to replace the state’s oldest public housing development progresses, tenants from the Bunker Hill Public Housing Development have secured legal counsel to help navigate the complex issues surrounding the project. Late last month, the Bunker Hill Tenant Task Force voted unanimously to retain Greater Boston Legal Services (GBLS)...

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Tunnel Removal Plan to be Reassessed,Planning Process to Begin

March 4, 2016
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By Seth Daniel In 2013, the City and a group of some residents decided to move forward with the ‘surface option’ plan for Rutherford Avenue and Sullivan Square that would, among other things, remove the tunnel pass-through, but just as that plan moves further into design, this week the City said it will reassess...

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Labeck Signs with UMass/Amherst

February 26, 2016
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Labeck Signs with UMass/Amherst

On National Signing Day, Christian Labeck ,17, Boston College High School Senior from Charlestown, committed to play soccer with the UMass-Amherst Minutemen (Atlantic 10-Division 1). Labeck has been a three year starter for the BC High Varsity Soccer team. In 2015, he was a Senior Captain, lead the Catholic Conference with 21 points and...

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Wynn Halts Construction:Thousands of Jobs in Limbo Following Curatone’s Environmental Appeal

February 26, 2016
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Wynn Halts Construction:Thousands of Jobs in Limbo Following Curatone’s Environmental Appeal

By Seth Daniel In a shocking follow up to the environmental license appeal filed by Somerville on Feb. 12, Wynn Everett officials made a startling announcement Wednesday afternoon in saying that they would halt all construction activities, put off seven job fairs, institute a hiring freeze and cancel the April groundbreaking – but they...

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Cunha sees Charlestown Housing Development as an Opportunity for the Entire Neighborhood

February 26, 2016
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By John Lynds Charlestown Neighborhood Council Chair Tom Cunha said the redevelopment of the Bunker Hill Housing Development could be an opportunity for the entire neighborhood to leave a legacy for future generations. Cunha, who grew up in the state’s oldest public housing development as a kid, said he is happy that the developer...

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Sanders Headquarters in Charlestown is Busy with Last-minute Activities

February 26, 2016
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By Katy Rogers Leading up to the Massachusetts Primary on Super Tuesday, March 1, and following the big win in New Hampshire, the Bernie Sanders Campaign office in Charlestown has been flooded with supporters from around the Boston area on a daily basis – fanning out all over the city to reach voters in...

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Second Rally Held to Protest School Cuts

February 26, 2016
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By John Lynds Parents and educators are not backing down and held a second rally last week to protest school budget cuts proposed to close a $50 million budget gap at Boston Public Schools. Families and education stakeholders marched on City Hall and the State House last Wednesday during BPS school vacation week as...

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Charlestown’s Kelly on Defense

February 18, 2016
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Charlestown’s Kelly on Defense

Pope John’s Patrick Kelly, of Charlestown, watches the ball that Malden Catholic’s Cameron Zahner looks to pass during a barnburner of a game last Wednesday, Feb. 10. The heartbreaking loss for Pope John, 67-65, ended a 10-game winning streak for the hot high school hoops team.

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Harborview Health Club Schedules Grand Opening

February 18, 2016
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Harborview Health Club Schedules Grand Opening

Harborview Health Club, a new and exclusive club located within the Harborview at Navy Yard community 250 First Avenue in Charlestown is pleased to announce its Grand Opening, scheduled for March 1. “We are excited to announce the Grand Opening of the Harborview Health Club, and with it, offering special introductory membership rates for...

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Somerville Files Appeal to Key Casino License,Likely to Create Delays for Wynn

February 18, 2016
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 By Seth Daniel The Wynn Everett casino has found another mayor with a bone to pick regarding the $1.7 billion resort casino – this time being Somerville Mayor Joe Curtatone. Last Friday, Curtatone and his City filed a request for a hearing to challenge the state’s Chapter 91 waterways license that was just about...

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