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Edwards Playground/Eden St Meeting to Begin on Aug 6

July 28, 2018
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The City has scheduled the first in a series of meetings to discuss the $1.4 million facelift for Edwards Playground and Eden Street Park. The plan was announced in May as part of Mayor Martin Walsh’s Capital Budget plan. The meeting will be for the purpose of sharing what residents would like to see...

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Training Field to Host Concert

July 28, 2018
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The Charlestown High School ensemble band will be center stage in the Training Field on Saturday afternoon, July 28, in a unique event to help bolster usage of the Field and bring students and neighbors together. Billy Kelly, president of Friends of the Training Field, said they will hold the concert in the Training...

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Neighborhood Round Up

July 27, 2018
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HARVEST ON VINE FOOD PANTRY The Harvest on Vine Food Pantry this week is requesting bags of rice and cans of ravioli, two of the most popular items that fill the shelves. Any donation on non-perishable foods that you could make would also be greatly appreciated. Donations can be dropped off at the Food...

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Encore Announces RideShare Lot to Prevent Unnecessary Congestion

July 27, 2018
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In an effort to head off a problem long before it starts, Encore Boston Harbor said late last week that it has plans to debut a special RideShare (Uber, Lyft) lot specially designed to keep such vehicles off of Lower Broadway and not waiting in the neighborhoods around Charlestown and Everett. The lot has...

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Chain Forge Petitions to Remove Trees

July 27, 2018
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The Chain Forge Hotel project has petitioned the City of Boston to remove 10 mature street trees on First Avenue in the Navy Yard. A hearing on the matter will be held by the Boston Tree Warden on Aug. 2 at 10:30 a.m. in 1010 Massachusetts Ave., Third Floor, Roxbury (ISD Building). The trees...

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Commissioner Evans Bids Farewell After 39 Years at BPD

July 27, 2018
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Police Commissioner William Evans announced at a press conference Monday morning that he would resign from his post as commissioner to spend more time with his family and to be the head of public safety at Boston College (BC). At the same time, Mayor Martin Walsh announced the historic appointment of the first African...

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Vesey Brothers to Headline Street Hockey Event at McGonagle Rink

July 27, 2018
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Two hockey stars with Charlestown ice in their veins will come back to the Town for a special pick-up game with the pros on Friday night, hosted by Bardown Strength and Conditioning. Jimmy Vesey of the New York Rangers and Nolan Vesey of the Edmonton Oilers/University of Maine are headlining the event, with both...

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CHS Graduates the Class of 2018

July 27, 2018
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Graduation exercises for the Class of 2018 took place on Monday, June 11, at the Case Gymnasium on the campus of Boston University. Shortly after 3 p.m., the graduaåtes clad in red caps and gowns filed into the arena and took their seats in a reserved front section as a newly formed school band...

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Encore Boston Harbor Looks at Temporary Parking

July 27, 2018
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Encore Boston Harbor wants to develop a second, large hotel on vacant land across from its site in a few years. Until then, they are hoping to put in parking. Encore Boston Harbor is petitioning Everett City Hall to allow a zoning change for temporary parking of around 840 cars up to three years...

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Edwards Coffee Hour

July 21, 2018
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Edwards Coffee Hour

City Councilor Lydia Edwards has started having coffee hours in Charlestown regularly, with her second one taking place at the Grasshopper Café on Friday, July 13. Edwards and her staff met with residents to talk about concerns and also gather opinions about her legislative priorities. Edwards said she will continue the meetings throughout the...

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