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EBCCS’s Sharon Rozzi Honored as a 2018 Archdiocese of Boston Excellence in Education Award Recipient

April 27, 2018
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EBCCS’s Sharon Rozzi Honored as a 2018 Archdiocese of Boston Excellence in Education Award Recipient

The Archdiocese of Boston Catholic Schools Office announced this week that longtime East Boston Central Catholic School (EBCCS) educator, Sharon Rozzi, will be honored as a 2018 Archdiocese of Boston Excellence in Education Award recipient. Rozzi, the school’s longtime fifth-grade teacher, was nominated for the award by administrators, staff, pastors, parents and students from...

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Liana LaMattina to Leave Post as Rep Madaro’s Legislative Aid

April 27, 2018
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Liana LaMattina to Leave Post as Rep Madaro’s Legislative Aid

After three years serving as State Rep. Adrian Madaro’s Legislative Aide and running his successful campaign for state rep in 2015 Liana LaMattina announced she will be leaving Madaro’s office at the end of week to focus on her last year of law school. LaMattina and Madaro have been close friends since childhood and...

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City Agencies to Host School Safety Meeting

April 27, 2018
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Following the recent gun incident at East Boston High School (EBHS) the Mayor’s Office, in conjunction with Boston Public Schools, Boston Police, Boston School Police and Eastie’s elected officials, is hosting a meeting Thursday, April 26, at EBHS at 6:30 p.m. According to the Mayor’s office, the meeting will focus on safety measures being...

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Recreational Marijuana Could be Headed Here

April 27, 2018
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The medicinal marijuana shop slated to open on McClellan Highway at the former Enterprise Rental Car facility may become a recreational marijuana shop. According to a source working with Newton-based Happy Valley Ventures LLC, the company will most likely apply to the state for a recreational dispensary license. Happy Valley gained unanimous Boston Zoning...

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OHNC Supports Moore Street Project

April 27, 2018
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The Orient Heights Neighborhood Association (OHNC) voted 22-2 Monday night to support the White and Gaeta families’ plans to erect a three-story, four-unit building on a lot the families own at the end of Moore Street. The White and Gaeta families’ plan is to combine three lots from 116 and 120 Moore Street and...

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Zumix to Participate in Annual Walk for Music

April 27, 2018
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Each year, Zumix participates in Boston’s annual Walk for Music fundraiser, which brings music organizations from all over the city together to help raise money for local arts programs. On Sunday, April 29, kicking off at 12:30 p.m. at 260 Sumner St., Zumix will participate in the annual Walk for Music for the 16th...

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ZBA Hosts Meeting on Walley Street Project

April 27, 2018
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The Boston Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) on Tuesday voted unanimously to approve zoning relief for developer MG2’s project at 11-19 Walley St. The project, which was scaled down from its original proposal in 2016, received Orient Heights Neighborhood  Association approval last year and Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA) approval this year. After...

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State says Suffolk Downs Phase I Section Has Public Benefits

April 27, 2018
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In February, Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs Secretary Matthew Beaton issued a waiver to allow HYM Investment Group, LLC to proceed to permitting of Phase I of the Suffolk Downs project prior to completion of the Draft ElR (DEIR) and Final EIR (FEIR) for the remaining development. Last week, Secretary Beaton further...

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ZBA Reverses Landmarks Commission’s Two-Year Moratorium for Maverick Street Project

April 27, 2018
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On Tuesday the Boston Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) voted unanimously to reverse a previous Boston Landmarks Commission ruling that placed a two-year moratorium on a Maverick Street development project. The ZBA ruled that Landmarks Commission erred in its determination to impose the two-year moratorium on the project under Article 85 of the Boston...

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Boston East Opens:25 Percent of Available Units Already Leased

April 21, 2018
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Boston East Opens:25 Percent of Available Units Already Leased

The highly anticipated East Boston waterfront development project has officially opened, and 25 percent of the property’s 200 units are already leased. Following several delays and the economic downturn in 2008 there was a level of uncertainty in the community for several years for the East Boston Community Development Corporation (CDC) owned the development...

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