Mayor Thomas M. Menino announced this week that the Boston Parks and Recreation Department has secured $650,000 in grants to help fund improvements to LoPresti Park located Continue reading $650K IN GRANTS TO HELP FUND LOPRESTI PARK IMPROVEMENTS
Nomination papers for Tewksbury town Continue reading Get Elected in Tewksbury
Mayor Thomas M. Menino today held the city’s annual First Night public safety press conference, encouraging people to come to Boston to ring in the New Year during the 38th Annual First Night celebration. Officials from the Continue reading Mayor Menino Kicks off 38th Annual First Night Boston
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Dispatch Log From: 12/23/2013 Thru: 12/29/2013 0000 – 2359 Printed: 12/30/2013
For Date: 12/23/2013 – Monday
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13-10644 0839 MEDICAL EMERGENCY Transported to Hospital
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Dispatch Log From: 12/23/2013 Thru: 12/29/2013 1601 – 2359 Printed: 12/30/2013
For Date: 12/23/2013 – Monday
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Just a piece about the Town Election and taking out papers for Town Offices. This will begin on January 2nd attached is the calendar and the open seat list as well.
If you are interested in getting involved in Burlington Town government now is Continue reading Burlington Town Election information Get Involved
Final event with Mayor Thomas M. Menino and First Lady Angela Menino
On Thursday, January 2, Mayor Thomas M. Menino and First Lady Continue reading 2,300 Boston Seniors to Ring in the New Year at Annual Celebration
The Sherborn Lions Club presents world renowned scientist and professor of the Joslin Diabetes Center, Dr. Robert C. Stanton, M.D. to discuss his research into the underlying causes of
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The son of a decorated South Continue reading Tony Dang For State Representative
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Please donate your old used coat to the Lions Clubs to be given to a person in need of it.
Well the coat drive only has 2 more weeks to go. We have not Continue reading Lions Clubs Coat Drive Final Two Weeks
What are you supposed to do? The coach of the New England Patriots has had a successful run, not just as the team’s coach, but as good a run as any coach ever.
Continue reading Spoiler Alert: Belichick is a jerk by Neil McCabe
The son of a decorated South Vietnamese Army veteran and POW, Tony Dang immigrated to the United States from Vietnam when he was four years old. Tony is a lifelong resident of
Celebrate the New Year with Mayor Setti Warren and an afternoon of free entertainment and fun. On December 31st, Newton City Hall will be a hive of activity. From 9am – 1:30 please volunteer to help sort and drive food donations to the Newton Food Pantries. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you can help for a little while.
At 1:30 the party begins, with entertainment by David Polansky & the Dixieland All-Stars and breathtaking performances by Jade Lin’s American Chinese Art Society. Don’t miss the free face painting, balloon animals and refreshments all afternoon also! Admission is free, please bring a donation for the Newton Food Pantries. We are also delighted to be holding the third annual Care Package Collection for the Soldiers. Please visit http://www.newtonma.gov for a list of items that are needed for the CarePacks. Please ask your child to write a letter or draw them a picture. The soldiers love to receive letters and drawings!
BOSTON – December 27, 2013 – Boston Public Library is the place for Continue reading A New Year of Free Opportunities at Boston Public Library
THE HOUSE AND SENATE: There were no roll call votes in the House or Senate last week.
Mayor Menino and The Highland Street Foundation proudly announce the release of an app for First Night Boston 2014 available TODAY — Friday, Continue reading Mayor Menino Announces Release of First Night Boston Mobile App
At about 6:25pm, on Tuesday, December 24, 2013, officers from Continue reading Real Life Boston Police Stories
At about 4:06am, on Wednesday, December 25, 2013, officers from District B-3 (Mattapan) responded to a Continue reading Real Life Boston Police Stories
At about 8:10pm, on Tuesday, December 24, 2013, officers from Continue reading Real Life Boston Police Stories
At about 4:13am, Wednesday, December 25, 2013, officers from Continue reading Real Life Boston Police Stories
At about 7:59pm, Wednesday, December 25, 2013, officers from District D-4 (South End) responded to a radio call for an armed robbery in progress at 508 Park Drive (Seven Continue reading Real Life Boston Police Stories
My focus is usually on what I could have done better as a parent, a community member, or a business Continue reading During the holiday season we tend to reflect on our lives. By Paul Maisano
Consumers are the new target of hackers.
This season there were nineteen days in December that caused havoc for Target stores and their holiday patrons. Continue reading FRAUD vs. TERRORISM? TARGET CREDIT CARD CUSTOMERS HACKED At 27% annual interest rates consumers deserve higher security & protection. Posted by Paul John Maisano
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Frank Conole, a retired City of Cambridge Dept of Public Works employee that lives not too far from the site for the past six years has been decorating the Somerville Fire Department’s / Arrow Paper Company’s Fire Memorial that’s located at 111 South St. in Somerville.
Francis shows up at every holiday with the a decorative wreath in festive decor to pay tribute to firefighters lost in the line of duty.
State and local police are investigating a badly decomposed body found under route 93 in Somerville behind Super Stop & Shop at Mystic Avenue and McGrath Highway next to where salt pile is!
There is no word yet on the identification of the body nor cause of death.
Authorities are awaiting on the medical examiner’s report to determine the cause and approximate time of death.
This story is still developing…
Early Sunday morning, Somerville Police and SWAT/North Eastern Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council (NEMLEC) Teams were called in on a reported standoff, man with a knife located at 12 george Street in Somerville.
Reports allegedly came in from the man’s parents who were allegedly held as potential hostages by the man at knife point until he let them go.
The man is barricaded in the home and is allegedly suffering from psychiatric problems and was described as delusional during the time of standoff.
NEMLEC negotiators made contact and Special Response Team units located the armed subject hiding in the attic crawl space.
After four hours, the SRT disarmed the subject and placed him in custody without further incident.
The subject was transported to an area hospital. He is not being charged with any criminal offense.
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NH State Representative Al Baldasaro is no stranger to Somerville and Cambridge. Continue reading Al Baldasaro for U.S. Senate?
The Boston Parks and Recreation Department is unveiling a bench named in honor of longtime Cemeteries Division employee Francis J. Havlin, Continue reading FRANK HAVLIN BENCH DEDICATION SATURDAY
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(Arlington, Ma.) The Arlington Police Department is investigating a pedestrian accident which resulted in the death of a 77 year old Boston woman. The Middlesex District Continue reading Pedestrian Struck and Killed
Mayor Thomas M. Menino today announced that the Boston Zoning Commission approved new zoning that will support the growth of commercial farming in Boston and improve access to affordable, fresh, and healthy food. Continue reading Mayor Menino Announces Adoption of Urban Agriculture Zoning Zoning will empower commercial farming entrepreneurs
THE HOUSE AND SENATE: There were no roll calls in the House or Senate last week.
This week, Beacon Hill Roll Call, takes a look at some of the bills that were approved by the Legislature and signed into law by Gov. Deval Patrick in 2013.
On December 19, 2013, the Tewksbury Police Department arrested Joseph Bova, 18, of 15 Crawford Drive, Tewksbury for possession with the Continue reading Drug Arrest at Tewksbury Memorial High School
Assessing Department Announces tax Rates for FY2014
The City of Boston today announced the property tax rates for Fiscal 2014. Continue reading Average Family to Pay $63 Less in Property Taxes Next Year