Monthly Archives: August 2013

Participación, Aug. 9-Sept. 5, 2013

August 9, 2013
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La entrega para la sección de Participación es mediodía el 3 de septiembre para la edición 6 de agosto. Escribir news@missionhillgazette.com. Note: Todos los números tiene 617, a menos que dice otro número.          Reuniones Northeastern Task Force, para hablar sobre IMP y el estudio de viviendas, fechas tentativas, 13 y 27 agosto, local...

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Dorm Digging

August 9, 2013
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Dorm Digging

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Editorial: A police explanation

August 9, 2013
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The Boston Police Department owes Mission Hill a detailed, open explanation of how it fumbled last year’s street attack investigation involving murder suspect Edwin Alemany, and BPD Commissioner Ed Davis should deliver that explanation in person at a community meeting. It is bewildering that Alemany’s wallet and ID were found at the scene, but...

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Op-Ed: Where the mayoral candidates stand on small businesses

August 9, 2013
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By Betsy Cowan, Richard Rouse and Gerald Robbins/Special to the Gazette Small businesses form the backbone of each unique neighborhood of Boston, investing in the City through taxes, local purchasing and local hiring. In addition, small businesses add vitality to the neighborhoods by attracting customers, beautifying their storefronts and improving the public safety and...

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Cool Friends

August 9, 2013
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Cool Friends

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Hill Happenings

August 9, 2013
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Hill Happenings

Mission Hill is proud of Lt. Col. George Rollins, as he threw out the first pitch at the Baltimore Orioles-Houston Astros game July 30 at Camden Yards. The Colonel, a Mission High man and a West Point graduate, was representing our disabled veterans. The Colonel threw a strike to O’s catcher Matt Wieters. George...

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What’s Happening on Main Streets

August 9, 2013
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What’s Happening on Main Streets

By Richard Rouse/Special to the Gazette Liz and Joe Silva, owners of the Dunkin’ Donuts shop at Brigham Circle the past 19 years, opened a second shop at the corner of Parker and Tremont Streets. That valuable corner storefront has lingered vacant since the early 1980s after the legendary Donegal Tavern darkened its portal....

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