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  1. Tufts Medical tries to find place among larger rivalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 22 |

    ... a strong following of doctors and patients, would be the dominant player. But in Boston, the 415-bed hospital in Chinatown hasn't built the brand recognition enjoyed by its rivals, including Massachusetts General and Brigham and Women's. Tufts also ...


  2. The three-decade rise and possible fall of Boston's largest gangRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | Universal Hub

    ... had been engaged in an increasingly violent feud for several months - which included turning Edinboro Street in Chinatown into a free-fire zone early one August morning that left six people with gunshot wounds . An affidavit by an FBI agent who ...


  3. Chinese Travel Boom A Boon To U.S. BusinessesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 15 | New Hampshire Public Radio -

    The number of Chinese millionaires great by a million in 2014. A report out today by the Boston Consulting Group says a strong Chinese stock market helped make the rich even richer.


  4. East Boston Savings Bank set to open a new branch in ChinatownRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 11 | Sampan

    East Boston Savings Bank is continuing to expand its branch footprint by opening a new branch office in Boston's Chinatown neighborhood. Chairman, CEO and President Richard J. Gavegnano announced that the Bank received approval by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation to proceed with plans to open the new site.


  5. A changing cuisine scene: 150 years of Asian foodRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 10 |

    Always look up when you're in Chinatown, my colleague said, for a sense of the people who've been here before us and for the real life of a place. He's of an old Chinatown family, and we were looking up, above the restaurants and shops, at the sign for the family name association he belongs to.


  6. Continue readingRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 4 | Sampan

    Boston Mayor Martin Walsh discussed urban planning, immigration and Chinatown improvements during an ethnic media round table on May 27 at City Hall. Walsh was proud to be a first-generation immigrant, along with Boston's chief of Health and Human Services Felix Arroyo and incoming Boston Public Schools superintendent Tommy Chang.


  7. Boston's Chinatown sees the luxury high-rises come in, and ponders its futureRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 1 | China Daily

    "I think that something needs to happen quickly," to make the neighborhood more affordable for longtime residents, said Chen, co-director of the Chinatown Progressive Association, a community action group. New housing - often high-rise luxury apartments and condos - in the past decade has raised the skyline and changed the demographics of Chinatown.


  8. Dante Ramos Fung Wah deserves one more chanceRead the original story w/Photo

    May 26, 2015 |

    Fung Wah, the Chinatown bus line with the rock-bottom prices and high-profile safety troubles, hasn't made it easy for anyone to rally to its defense. But let's give it a try, shall we? Federal regulators shut the company's schedule bus service down two years ago, after inspectors in Massachusetts identified cracks in the frames of some of the company's vehicles.


  9. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Many Boston eateries cited for serious violationsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 25, 2015 |

    City inspectors last year found multiple instances of the most serious type of health and sanitary code violations at nearly half of Boston's restaurants and food service locations, according to a Globe review of municipal data. At least two violations that can cause food-borne illness - the most serious of three levels - were discovered at more than 1,350 restaurants across Boston during 2014, according to records of inspections at every establishment in the city that serves food, including upscale dining locations, company cafeterias, takeout and fast-food restaurants, and food trucks.


  10. What's open, closed on Memorial DayRead the original story w/Photo

    May 23, 2015 |

    MBTA: Subways and buses on Sunday schedule. Commuter rail on Sunday schedule. Hingham and Charlestown commuter boats on weekday schedule.


  11. Continue readingRead the original story

    May 22, 2015 | Sampan

    ... on interpreting jobs, visit and reference NHANES. Chinatown Land Trust (CLT) board member Suzanne Lee discussed the land trust's goals and current status. Its four goals are: 1) Preserve ...


  12. Herd of sheep sculptures coming to ChinatownRead the original story w/Photo

    May 21, 2015 |

    ... temporary exhibit, titled "Wandering Sheep," will feature 10 of the animals installed on various platforms around Chinatown Park. Constructed of molded, handmade paper, the sculpture will be the third in Oh's sheep series, which the Brooklyn-based ...


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    May 17, 2015 | Sampan

    Asian Community Development Corporation , a 28-year old non-profit organization serving the Asian American community of Greater Boston, and New Boston Fund, Inc. , a private equity real estate investment, development and management firm, held a fair housing lottery for the 95 affordable rental units at 66 Hudson , part of the One Greenway development on May 15. The lottery was held at the Old Quincy School at 90 Tyler Street in Chinatown and all applicants were invited to attend.


  14. Westborough names Memorial Day Parade grand marshalsRead the original story

    May 14, 2015 | Community Advocate Newspaper

    David Andrew Fay and Edward C. Wong have been chosen as this year's co-grand marshal's for the Westborough Memorial Day Parade, Monday, May 25. Edward C. Wong was born and raised in Boston's Chinatown. The son of immigrants, he went to Boston Technical High School - today known as the John D. O' Bryant School of Mathematics and Science.


  15. Mega hospital alliance called offRead the original story w/Photo

    May 13, 2015 |

    Merger talks between Boston Medical Center and Tufts Medical Center broke down this week, scrapping a deal that would have been the biggest alliance of two city hospitals in nearly two decades. Although they did not specify why the deal fell apart, the hospitals were apparently unable to overcome differences in culture, mission, and strategies for the future, analysts said.


  16. Chinatown meeting roundup: CNC, CSC, CRARead the original story

    May 8, 2015 | Sampan

    The Chinatown/South Cove Neighborhood Council held its monthly meeting on April 21, while the Chinatown Safety Committee and the Chinatown Resident Association met on May 6. The Chinatown/South Cove Neighborhood Council met at the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association on April 21. 4aeoeS21ae- e aY a -c c 3 4a e aeoe aoe a e a... ae Boston Police Capt. for District A-1 Kenneth Fong reported on local crime.


  17. Boston Shines weekend: Clean-ups in Dorchester, MattapanRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 16, 2015 | Dorchester Reporter, Dorchester MA

    Mayor Martin J. Walsh is asking Boston residents to help clean-up the city this spring during Boston Shines.


  18. Atlantic Plumbing condos move in next to the 9:30 clubRead the original story

    Apr 30, 2015 | The Washington Post

    If you've ever waited in line to get into the 9:30 Club, you'll probably remember a low-slung brick building across the street with a sign that read "Atlantic Plumbing" painted across the top. Now, the JBG Companies are developing a new condo building in that spot, and they've named it - what else - Atlantic Plumbing.


  19. Housing activists call for legislative fix for rising rentsRead the original story

    Apr 24, 2015 | Planning

    A City Council hearing on residential displacement last week drew a wide collection of activists and residents who voiced their concerns about a rapidly changing city that they say threatens to push them out of neighborhoods they have long called home. "If we don't stop displacement now, soon Chinatown will only have a name," said Henry Yee , one of the co-chairs of the Chinatown Residents Association , via translator.


  20. Vying visions for Winthrop SquareRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 15, 2015 |

    Last year, the City of Boston asked developers for ideas on how to redevelop the crumbling, closed Winthrop Square Garage in downtown Boston, and this week, eight companies delivered . While each developer proposed building a version of a tall mixed-use tower, their visions for the area - detailed below - vary widely, from a proposal to construct the city's tallest building to another that would include a new $25 million public school.


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