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Boston Globe
Sentencing for man convicted in the killing of Army veteran from Revereto become a federal law enforcement officer, family and friends told the Globe
Sentencing for man convicted in the killing of Army veteran from Revere
Boston Globe / Posted yesterday
to become a federal law enforcement officer, family and friends told the Globe shortly after his death. He was studying at Bunker Hill Community College and planned to transfer to Boston University. Castillo was quickly identified as the suspected... Read more
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Boston Globe
First-ever Muslim Festival celebrates faith, sparks dialogueof Islam; and a table peddling Islam-themed T-shirts. Safia Mohamed, who emigr
First-ever Muslim Festival celebrates faith, sparks dialogue
Boston Globe / Posted yesterday
of Islam; and a table peddling Islam-themed T-shirts. Safia Mohamed, who emigrated from Kenya two months ago to attend Bunker Hill Community College, said the festival evoked something she hadn’t felt in a while: a sense of belonging. “I never... Read more
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Boston Globe
Guilty verdict in slaying of Revere man who was a combat veteranas a sniper, and came home to Revere, determined to become a federal law enforc
Guilty verdict in slaying of Revere man who was a combat veteran
Boston Globe / Posted 5 days ago
as a sniper, and came home to Revere, determined to become a federal law enforcement officer. He was studying at Bunker Hill Community College and was planning to transfer to Boston University, according to friends and family. Castillo... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
12 incredible US holidays for film loversthat employs troubled genius Will Hunting (Matt Damon) as janitor is the Massac
12 incredible US holidays for film lovers
Daily Telegraph / Posted 11 days ago
that employs troubled genius Will Hunting (Matt Damon) as janitor is the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Parts of Bunker Hill Community College get screen time, and Harvard Square – the historic centre of prestigious Harvard University –... Read more
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Boston Globe
Two former Patriots recall the team’s first seasonand now, I live on Pleasant Street in Framingham. That’s pretty cool,’’ recalle
Two former Patriots recall the team’s first season
Boston Globe / Posted 18 days ago
and now, I live on Pleasant Street in Framingham. That’s pretty cool,’’ recalled Garron, 79, a former professor at Bunker Hill Community College who has attained the highest degree in World Martial Arts and still gives private lessons. The... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Elites neglect veteransabout how our country treats them. Wick Sloane�s complaint probably won�t come
Elites neglect veterans
Rutland Herald / Posted 19 days ago
about how our country treats them. Wick Sloane�s complaint probably won�t come up, but I wish it would. Sloane teaches at Bunker Hill Community College in Boston, and eight years ago, after discovering veterans among his students, he reached out... Read more
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The Herald News
DINE OUT: Wicked big portions at Boston Tavernlooking shaggy-haired and stocky. Over there: signs for Necco Wafers, Jacob Wir
DINE OUT: Wicked big portions at Boston Tavern
The Herald News / Posted 26 days ago
looking shaggy-haired and stocky. Over there: signs for Necco Wafers, Jacob Wirth, Prince Spaghetti. There’s a pennant for Bunker Hill Community College. Above the bar, an oar hanging from the ceiling with “Nantasket Beach” painted along its... Read more
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Boston Globe
Out of the asylums, into the communitycultivated a therapeutic relationship with Peggy Johnson, a psychiatrist at Bos
Out of the asylums, into the community
Boston Globe / Posted 30 days ago
cultivated a therapeutic relationship with Peggy Johnson, a psychiatrist at Boston Medical Center. She earned a degree from Bunker Hill Community College, got an apartment in the West End, and even assumed the role of loving grandmother and baby... Read more
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Boston Globe
A hand up: a special bond helps at-risk city kids reach collegefamily, especially his sister’s children. “I just can’t leave my mom’s plate th
A hand up: a special bond helps at-risk city kids reach college
Boston Globe / Posted 30 days ago
family, especially his sister’s children. “I just can’t leave my mom’s plate that full,’’ he said. Webster has enrolled at Bunker Hill Community College and says he is committed to his goal of earning a master’s degree in physical therapy. But some... Read more

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