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birminghammail
Another part of Birmingham added to list of bin collections this weekbe visited this week. Meanwhile, rubbish continues to pile up across Birmingha
birminghammail / Posted 7 days ago
be visited this week. Meanwhile, rubbish continues to pile up across Birmingham as the row between Birmingham City Council and the dustmen continues to rage. This week (beginning August 14), the council will visit: Abbey Road, B23 Abingdon Road,... Read more
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Boston Herald
Flynn: The Rev. Michael Haynes is a champ for Boston youthWhen the Rev. Bruce Wall of Dorchester’s Global Ministries Christian Church cal
Boston Herald / Posted 8 days ago
When the Rev. Bruce Wall of Dorchester’s Global Ministries Christian Church called me to let me know that the Rev. Michael Haynes — the longtime former pastor of the Twelfth Baptist Church in Roxbury — was in the hospital, I immediately reached out... Read more
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Boston Globe
Charter school proposals would add nearly 5,400 seatsFour groups are looking to open new charter schools in Massachusetts, and four
Boston Globe / Posted 8 days ago
Four groups are looking to open new charter schools in Massachusetts, and four existing charter schools are hoping to boost their enrollment. The Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education has received proposals for new schools in... Read more
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Boston Globe
What price affordable? Luxury apartments at mid-market rents — sort ofto open near North Station early next year, isn’t quite like all the other luxu
Boston Globe / Posted 9 days ago
to open near North Station early next year, isn’t quite like all the other luxury housing that has sprouted up in downtown Boston recently. Every one of its 249 units will rent at below-market rates, with a one-bedroom starting at $900 a month for... Read more
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The Herald News
Charter school proposals would add nearly 5,400 seatsStephanie MurrayState House News Service BOSTON — Four groups are looking to o
The Herald News / Posted 10 days ago
Stephanie MurrayState House News Service BOSTON — Four groups are looking to open new charter schools in Massachusetts and four existing charter schools are hoping to boost their enrollment. The Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary... Read more
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The Brockton Enterprise
UMass-Boston sees development potential at Dorchester campusMichael P. Norton/State House News Service BOSTON -- The University of Massach
The Brockton Enterprise / Posted 11 days ago
Michael P. Norton/State House News Service BOSTON -- The University of Massachusetts this week asked developers for feedback about a potential mixed-use development designed to transform a 20-acre parcel near its Dorchester campus into a destination... Read more
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The Patriot Ledger
UMass-Boston sees development potential at Dorchester campusMichael P. Norton/State House News Service BOSTON -- The University of Massach
The Patriot Ledger / Posted 11 days ago
Michael P. Norton/State House News Service BOSTON -- The University of Massachusetts this week asked developers for feedback about a potential mixed-use development designed to transform a 20-acre parcel near its Dorchester campus into a destination... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
Attleboro man arrested on 3rd OUI offense after hit-and-runDORCHESTER, Mass. (WPRI) – An Attleboro man has been arrested on his third driv
WWLP Springfield / Posted 15 days ago
DORCHESTER, Mass. (WPRI) – An Attleboro man has been arrested on his third driving under the influence charge after allegedly hitting a juvenile with his car in South Boston in broad daylight. In a release from the Massachusetts State Police, police... Read more
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Boston Herald
Flynn: End of ‘Methadone Mile’ starts at the Long Island BridgeWe often walk over to the South Bay Center to shop at various stores and look a
Boston Herald / Posted 15 days ago
We often walk over to the South Bay Center to shop at various stores and look around. I particularly like it there because I get to talk to a lot of friendly people from Roxbury, South End, Dorchester and South Boston. We would stop in at Home... Read more
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Boston Globe
Visa program offers promise to the poor — then breaks itIt was the type of celebration that’s become commonplace in the Seaport Distric
Boston Globe / Posted 15 days ago
It was the type of celebration that’s become commonplace in the Seaport District. Investors, developers, and other real estate types mingled earlier this summer at a groundbreaking ceremony for Echelon Seaport — $900 million worth of luxury condos... Read more
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Boston Globe
High jobless rate helped Seaport project attract loansIt was the type of celebration that’s become commonplace in the Seaport Distric
Boston Globe / Posted 15 days ago
It was the type of celebration that’s become commonplace in the Seaport District. Investors, developers, and other real estate types mingled earlier this summer at a groundbreaking ceremony for Echelon Seaport — $900 million worth of luxury condos... Read more
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Boston Globe
The Ticket: What’s happening in the arts world this weeklaconic yet exploratory take on R&B, his conversational baritone giving the bli
Boston Globe / Posted 17 days ago
laconic yet exploratory take on R&B, his conversational baritone giving the blippy “Location” a first-blush-of-romance rush and turning the feather-light “8TEEN” into a wistful look at teetering on the precipice of adulthood. Aug. 6, 7 p.m. $27.50... Read more
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Boston Globe
Dying of an aneurysm, highway chief paved the road to his own salvationFittingly, one of the hundred or so things that saved Tom Tinlin’s life was lig
Boston Globe / Posted 17 days ago
Fittingly, one of the hundred or so things that saved Tom Tinlin’s life was light traffic. It was a Sunday in April and Tinlin, the state highway administrator, was a week into the worst headache of his life. But he’d agreed to host a fund-raiser... Read more
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Hartford Courant
Celebrating The Legends Of Hartford's Basketball Courtsbest, a who's who of Hartford basketball gathered under the same roof Saturday
Hartford Courant / Posted 22 days ago
best, a who's who of Hartford basketball gathered under the same roof Saturday night. It was a celebration of memories and dreams built in and around the city's legendary basketball epicenter. "Keney Park was the Mecca," Michael Copeland told... Read more
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Boston Globe
For many Massachusetts elderly, financial security elusivein literature from Michigan State University. She worked as a flight attendant
Boston Globe / Posted 22 days ago
in literature from Michigan State University. She worked as a flight attendant for 19 years, earning up to $40,000 a year, and spent a decade at the Boston Public Library in Copley Square, making $12 an hour before her part-time position was... Read more
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Boston Globe
For the elderly, economic security elusivein literature from Michigan State University. She worked as a flight attendant
Boston Globe / Posted 22 days ago
in literature from Michigan State University. She worked as a flight attendant for 19 years, earning up to $40,000 a year, and spent a decade at the Boston Public Library in Copley Square, making $12 an hour before her part-time position was... Read more
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New Kerala
Goya Foods Donated 10,000 Pounds of Food to Catholic Charities of Boston in Recognition of the 50th Anniversary of the Puerto Rican Festival of Massachusetts - newkerala news #258351BOSTON, July 28, 2017 : Goya Foods, the largest Hispanic-owned food company in
New Kerala / Posted 23 days ago
BOSTON, July 28, 2017 : Goya Foods, the largest Hispanic-owned food company in the United States, donated 10,000 pounds of food to Catholic Charities of Boston in recognition of the 50th anniversary of the Puerto Rican Festival of Massachusetts. The... Read more
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Boston Globe
Foxborough commuter rail service worries Fairmount Line advocatescommuter rail line are raising concerns that a proposed suburban service to Fox
Boston Globe / Posted 23 days ago
commuter rail line are raising concerns that a proposed suburban service to Foxborough could disrupt travel for low-income and minority passengers in Mattapan, Hyde Park, and Dorchester. A group called the Fairmount Indigo Transit Coalition sent a... Read more
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Boston Globe
Kathryn Bigelow went looking for ‘Detroit.’ She found it in Boston.1967, a police raid on an after-hours club in Detroit led to five days of rage
Boston Globe / Posted 24 days ago
1967, a police raid on an after-hours club in Detroit led to five days of rage in the streets. There was looting, arson, and death. By the time it ended, tanks were patrolling the city, along with thousands of policemen, National Guardsmen, and... Read more
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Boston Globe
Boston police recover 4 illegal gunsIn a span of less than 12 hours, Boston police recovered four illegal firearms
Boston Globe / Posted 25 days ago
In a span of less than 12 hours, Boston police recovered four illegal firearms in three separate incidents in Dorchester and South Boston — and within walking distance of the department’s South End headquarters Tuesday, police said. The first gun... Read more
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Boston Globe
Bad boysRichie Zirpolo was crazy. I mean crazy. There he was, 4 o’clock in the morning,
Boston Globe / Posted 27 days ago
Richie Zirpolo was crazy. I mean crazy. There he was, 4 o’clock in the morning, an ax in his hand, chasing a rooster around the nearly deserted grounds of a condominium complex in North Conway, New Hampshire. All because he wanted some... Read more
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Boston Globe
Permitting pooches on the patio is an appealing idea, but many are unaware of city restrictionsThey’re called “Yappy Hours,” a chance for you and your dog to share drinks and
Boston Globe / Posted 27 days ago
They’re called “Yappy Hours,” a chance for you and your dog to share drinks and treats together this summer on an outside restaurant patio in Boston. Problem is, restaurants don’t seem seem to know they need permission to open their patios to... Read more
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Boston Globe
City to consolidate school bus routes, lay off dozens of driversThe Boston school system, in an effort to save up to $5 million, will consolida
Boston Globe / Posted 27 days ago
The Boston school system, in an effort to save up to $5 million, will consolidate scores of bus routes this fall, resulting in the layoff of dozens of drivers. Many students in September will likely find themselves at new bus stops and on commutes... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
BANKRUPTCY WATCHALEXANDER John and Myra Wilson, 18504 Tadlock Circle, July 19, 2017, Chapter 13
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 28 days ago
ALEXANDER John and Myra Wilson, 18504 Tadlock Circle, July 19, 2017, Chapter 13. ALICIA Jeffrey Blake and Beth Ann Jones, 310 Lawrence Road 547, July 13, 2017, Chapter 13. ALTHEIMER Jaleisha Barnett, P.O. Box 434, July 14, 2017, Chapter... Read more
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Boston Globe
For Dorchester family, street hockey game is a bittersweet tributeas the sounds of a ball striking sticks competed with the cheers of a few hundr
Boston Globe / Posted 29 days ago
as the sounds of a ball striking sticks competed with the cheers of a few hundred spectators crowded around the rink at Dorchester’s Garvey playground. The smell of barbecue drawing everyone in close, the sound of rockmusicblasting from a... Read more
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The Brockton Enterprise
See 'Shrek' at Bridgewater StateLooking for something to do? “Shrek the Musical” plays tonight and twice on Sat
The Brockton Enterprise / Posted 30 days ago
Looking for something to do? “Shrek the Musical” plays tonight and twice on Saturday at Bridgewater State. Click on the photo above to see some good bets. To see even more, or to submit your own event, go to our calendar. See a list of holiday... Read more
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The Brockton Enterprise
See 'Shrek' at Bridgewater Statewith the Emilson YMCA in Hanover will present a free music series featuring the
The Brockton Enterprise / Posted a month ago
with the Emilson YMCA in Hanover will present a free music series featuring the Plymouth Philharmonic’s Cabaret Orchestra and small ensembles. Pack a picnic, blanket or chair. Concessions available. More information: plymouthphil.org. Children's... Read more
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