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What’s Happening on Main Streets

What’s Happening on Main Streets

    Ho-ho-holidays in Mission Hill are under way with the annual tree-lighting in Brigham Circle by Santa Claus and Mayor Menino on Dec. 3. Last year, Hizzoner was recuperating at Brigham & Women’s and waving from his hospital room to everyone in Brigham Circle, and Councilor Ross did a great job filling in...

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What’s Happening on Main Streets

November 11, 2011
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         Thanksgiving is my favorite American holiday because of its focus on being grateful for our many blessings. We should do it more often. Each day, I appreciate the many kindnesses bestowed on Main Streets and me by the people of Mission Hill.          Special thanks go out to the hundreds of...

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Welcome to the Hill

September 16, 2011
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Welcome to the Hill

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What’s Happening on Main Streets

September 16, 2011
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Mission Hill’s version of the D-Day invasion occurs every Sept. 1 with the return of the students. Each year, Move-in Day appears to be getting better as municipal officials and college representatives work together to pre-plan and organize the onslaught as best they can. This year, a cadre of Boston Police officers routed the...

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What’s Happening on Main Streets

What’s Happening on Main Streets

By Richard Rouse and Barry Twomey Special to the Gazette Mission Hill anti-litter contest Mission Hill Main Streets Executive Director Richard Rouse sponsored an anti-litter poster contest among K-8 students of Mission Hill. The winners are Amber Brown, a seventh-grader at the Mission Grammar School, and Angellize Rivera, a seventh-grader from the Maurice Tobin...

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What’s Happening on Main Streets

    By Richard Rouse and Barry Twomey Special to the Gazette   Green begins with clean Mission Hill Main Streets sponsors a poster design contest open to Mission Hill seventh-graders. This year’s theme is “Stop Littering in Mission Hill.” Two finalists have been selected. They are Angellize Rivera of the Tobin School and...

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