Monthly Archives: September 2015

Funding Received

September 25, 2015
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Funding Received

Governor Charlie Baker announces that NOAH’s Coppersmith Village project will recieve state funding during a ceremony last week.

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FBI,Revere Police Break Up Revere and Eastie Drug Ring:Local Auto Body with Sordid Past Implicated

September 25, 2015
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The Auto Doctor on Bennington Street can add alleged involvement in a drug ring operation broken up by the FBI and Revere Police to its troubled existence. The auto body shop at 1181 Bennington St. is slated to be sold and developed into high-end rental apartments and that plan couldn’t come fast enough for...

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Mother,Boyfriend Due Back in Court Oct. 20

September 25, 2015
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By Sue Ellen Woodcock Michael Patrick McCarthy, 35, of Quincy, and his girlfriend Rachelle D. Bond, 40, both of 115 Maxwell St., Dorchester were arraigned in Dorchester District Court Monday morning on charges of the death of toddler Bella Bond. McCarthy is being held without bail and Bond is being held on $1 million...

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All Electronic Tolling Program a Year Away

September 25, 2015
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All Electronic Tolling Program a Year Away

Residents in East Boston have been clamoring for years to remove the toll booths from the entrance of the Sumner Tunnel and replace them with electronic tolling like MassDOT recently implemented on the Tobin Bridge. This simple change could end the daily congestion on Route 1A during the morning commute. The problem, according to...

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NOAH Receives Sate Funding for Coppersmith Village project

September 25, 2015
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NOAH Receives Sate Funding for Coppersmith Village project

 Last Tuesday, Governor Charlie Baker and Undersecretary of Housing and Community Development, Chrystal Kornegay announced the 2015 awards for funding of affordable rental housing development, renovation, and preservation projects. East Boston’s Neighborhood of Affordable Housing’s (NOAH) Coppersmith Village project was one of the projects picked by the state to receive funding. The $33 million...

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Trenton Street Murder Being Investigated:Second Young Man to be Stabbed to Death in Eastie in Two Weeks

September 25, 2015
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Another 15-year-old has been murdered in East Boston in just over two weeks. The Boston Police have identified the victim of Sunday’s stabbing on Trenton Street as Irvin Depazm, 15, of Chelsea. Depazm, according to Boston Police, was stabbed in the middle of the afternoon Sunday in broad daylight on a residential street yet...

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Letter to the Editor

September 25, 2015
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COP’S LIVES MATTER Dear Editor, Be them Black, White, Hispanic or Asian,  these men and women in blue who protect and serve our community 24/7 have been neglected and disrespected long enough. It’s time for the residents of our community and the entire City of Boston to speak up and openly support these valiant...

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Richard Gavegnano is A True East Boston Success Story

September 25, 2015
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Richard J. Gaveganano is a true American success story that began right here in the East Boston community. And Thursday night the East Boston Chamber of Commerce will present a special event, “Life on Neptune Road” in honor of Gavegnano, the chairman, chief executive officer, and president of the East Boston Savings Bank. The...

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Obituaries 09-23-2015

September 25, 2015
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Kenneth Ivers Of Winthrop, formerly of East Boston Kenneth J. Ivers of Winthrop, formerly of East Boston, passed away September 13. He wa a US Army veteran of the Korean War and a member of VFW Post 671 of Beachmont Revere. The former husband of Ann (Albano) Ivers, he was the loving father of...

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Suffolk University, Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh, and the East Boston Community Celebrate New Rams Athletics Home at East Boston Memorial Park

September 18, 2015
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Suffolk University, Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh, and the East Boston Community Celebrate New Rams Athletics Home at East Boston Memorial Park

Suffolk University, Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh, and members of the East Boston community officially celebrated the University’s new East Boston Memorial Park on Saturday, September 12, 2015 at the athletics complex. Suffolk University athletics teams, through a partnership with the city of Boston, will use the East Boston Memorial Park for home games,...

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