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Perfect Attendance Means $5,000 For Lucky Kindergarten Student

September 11, 2014
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Perfect Attendance Means $5,000 For Lucky Kindergarten Student

A lot of kinder gardeners and their parents will be shooting for perfect attendance this year for the chance to win some college scholarship money. At Friday’s Countdown to Kindergarten Parade, East Boston Main Streets (EBMS) Director Max Gruner announced that Main Streets has teamed up with Airmall have to present a $5,000 college...

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Walsh Announces Transportation Plan for Grades Eight to Twelve

September 11, 2014
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Walsh Announces Transportation Plan for Grades Eight to Twelve

With some uncertainty surrounding the Boston Public School bus contracts at the start of the school year, Mayor Martin Walsh launched a new initiative to help the growing number of older students that opt for public transportation get to school safely. 
Walsh, joined Boston Public Schools Interim Superintendent John McDonough and MBTA General Manager...

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MBTA Motorcycle Officers Hit on Bennington Street

September 11, 2014
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MBTA Motorcycle Officers Hit on Bennington Street

Two MBTA motorcycle officers were struck and seriously hurt by a motorist Friday morning on Bennington Street. The two officers were reportedly heading to the East Boston Kindergarten Parade to escort students through the streets when they were struck. One officer on the scene said, “they were on their way to a parade”. Witnesses...

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Sen.Petruccelli Crafts Bill To Curb Drug Addiction

September 11, 2014
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This year a string of drug related deaths rocked East Boston and drew attention to the current problem with opiate addiction and addiction to other substances. The deaths further amplified Senator Anthony Petruccelli’s efforts to help craft a more comprehensive substance abuse bill with his colleagues. Late last month the House and Senate’s substance...

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Troopers Stop Trucks Looking For Violations

September 11, 2014
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Environmental activists in East Boston have long complained about added truck traffic on McClellan Highway because of the increase in fine particulate matter. Groups like the Chelsea Creek Action Group have advocated for a de-industrialization of heavy industry and freight forwarding operations on the Creek side of the highway which is the main thoroughfare...

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Mayra Cuevas Named Principal of New Eastie School

September 11, 2014
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Life has come full circle for Mayra Cuevas. As a young student growing up in East Boston, Cuevas attended the Dante Alighieri Elementary School, graduated from East Boston High and still makes Eastie her home. This year, Cuevas has returned as principal at the Alighieri to head up the school’s new Montessori model. Last...

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Police,Officials Tour Maverick Landing

September 3, 2014
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Police,Officials Tour Maverick Landing

District 7 Captain Kelley McCormick joined with East Boston’s elected officials and community leaders from Maverick Landing last week to tour the public housing development following a shooting there last week. “We did a walk through with Maverick Landing’s Tenant Task Force, our elected officials, ROCA and NUBE to find ways to address some...

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Petruccelli Backs Coakley

September 3, 2014
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It’s getting down to the wire with the Tuesday, September 9 State Primary set for next week just around thecorner. Political allegiances are now being set up for the final push to November when a democratic nomineewill square off against a republican challenger for governor. On Tuesday, State Senator Anthony Petruccelli threw his support...

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Lamattina Urges Residents To Obtain Renter’s Insurance

September 3, 2014
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After several large fires over the summer in East Boston, City Councilor Sal LaMattina is urging residents to take out renters’ insurance for their apartments. The last major fire, a six-alarm blaze on Sumner and Webster Streets, left 19 people homeless. The neighborhood quickly banned together to collect clothes for the families as well...

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Roiff Eyes Development Near Eastie’s Waterfront

September 3, 2014
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When Paul Roiff shows up in a neighborhood, potential developers, realtors, homebuyers and renters start to pay attention. Roiff, a hotel developer and restauranteur known for Mistral, a French/Mediterranean bistro, Mooo Steak House, the 2000 renovation of the 1903 Beaux Arts building to create the luxury hotel XV Beacon and The Inn at St....

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