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  1. Suffolk teams to use East Boston parkRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Boston.com

    Suffolk University will spend about $500,000 to improve a public park in East Boston as part of a deal with the city that gives several of the school's sports teams a dedicated home field. The agreement covering East Boston Memorial Park is Suffolk's first move to establish a presence outside its small downtown campus around Boston Common.

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  2. Plainridge casino hauls in $6.15 millionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Plainridge Park Casino, which is expected to generate about $200 million in gross gaming revenues in its first full year of operation, hauled in $6.15 million during its first full week of operations. If Plainridge kept that pace, it would work out to about $320 million in annual gross gaming revenues.

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  3. Volunteers Needed to Give Homeless Children a Better TomorrowRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 | Patch.com

    Horizons for Homeless Children is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of homeless children by providing quality play and opportunities for early education. Volunteer with homeless children at a Horizons Playspace in one of more than 100 family shelters state-wide including in Brighton, Cambridge, Newton, Waltham, Boston, Mattapan, East Boston, Somerville, Dorchester, Roxbury, Jamaica Plain, and Quincy.

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  4. Take Advantage of All Our Parks Have to OfferRead the original story

    Friday | East Boston Times-Free Press

    Now that summer is here, I would like to share with you the free events and programs offered to City residents of all ages by the Boston Parks and Recreation Department. As a boy growing up in Dorchester, I learned how important our parks and playgrounds are to the families of our City.

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  5. NetBlazr Caters to Millennials MarketRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | East Boston Times-Free Press

    NetBlazr CEO Jim Hanley, Rep. Adrian Madaro, EBNHC Chief Legal Counsel Ernani DeAraujo and Jascha Franklin-Hodge, Chief Information Officer for the City of Boston were all on hand to kickoff NetBlazr-a low-cost internet alternative in East Boston. In this day and age, more young people who are renting or buying homes in East Boston are turning away from corporate cable providers who offer cable, phone and internet bundle packages and finding alternatives to stream television shows and surf the web.

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  6. Hilton Garden Inn to Open in East BostonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | East Boston Times-Free Press

    Kevin J. Buchanan, general manager of the Hilton Garden Inn Boston Logan Airport, located at 100 Boardman St., stands outside the new hotel that is set to open later this month.

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  7. EBNHC Recognized with National Healthcare AwardRead the original story

    Friday | East Boston Times-Free Press

    The East Boston Neighborhood Health Center was one of 10 healthcare employers named as the 2015 Frontline Healthcare Worker Champions. The Health Center was honored by CareerSTAT, an initiative of the National Fund for Workforce Solutions and Jobs for the Future.

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  8. What's open, closed on Fourth of JulyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 | Boston.com

    MBTA: Subways and buses on Sunday schedule until 2 p.m. when they start running on a rush-hour schedule; bicycles are not allowed on any subway lines. Commuter rail on weekend schedule; bicycles are not allowed on inbound Commuter rail trains from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The last commuter rail northside trains will leave at 11:45 p.m. and Southside trains will leave at 12 a.m. Hingham and Charlestown commuter boats on weekend schedule.

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  9. Obituaries 07-01-2015Read the original story

    Jan 7, 2015 | East Boston Times-Free Press

    She was the cherished daughter of Florence Correia of East Boston and her late father Antonio J. Correia; loving sister of Anthony Correia and his wife, Lourdes of East Boston and Janice Russo of Stoneham; adored aunt of Dawnmarie Russo of Stoneham and is also survived by many loving aunts, uncles and cousins. Funeral arrangements were by Vazza's "Beechwood" Funeral Home, Revere.

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  10. Take advantage of our city parksRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Dorchester Reporter, Dorchester MA

    Now that summer is here, I would like to share with you the free events and programs offered to City residents of all ages by the Boston Parks and Recreation Department.

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  11. From grandmother's kitchen in Jakarta to an Indonesian pop-upRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Boston.com

    Peter Gelling and Retno Pratiwi own Kaki Lima, an Indonesian pop-up restaurant based out of their home in East Boston. Retno Pratiwi couldn't leave Indonesia without her mortar and pestle.

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  12. Financial help given to survivors of sexual and domestic violenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    WORCESTER Jane Doe Inc. is in the business of ensuring those who suffer sexual and domestic violence not only "survive, but thrive." In a presentation Tuesday in which 14 women received collectively $10,000 through the Allstate Foundation to help survivors move on with their lives, Jane Doe organizers stressed that financial security and independence are major parts of those success stories.

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  13. Sunscreen dispensers coming to Boston parksRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | WHDH

    Boston Mayor Marty Walsh has announced a joint partnership with the Melanoma Foundation of New England, Make Big Change and the Boston Parks and Recreation Department to provide free sunscreen dispensers in public parks in Boston this summer. Boston will be the first major city in the northeast to initiate this type of program.

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  14. Bad news for Phoenix man charged with trying to fly pound of meth into BostonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Universal Hub

    A Phoenix man who may have been a repeat meth trafficker was arrested yesterday in a Logan Airport men's room with a pound of meth in a checked bag, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. State Police already had their eye on alleged meth dealer Micah Gibson, 38, when he arrived on a Delta flight at Terminal A yesterday morning, the DA's office reports: Gibson retrieved a checked bag from the baggage carousel and went into the men's room, where a surveillance officer observed him allegedly tearing the tags off of it.

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  15. Tito Puente Latin Music Series Returns With Free Outdoor Concerts and Salsa DancingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | City of Boston

    The six-concert Tito Puente Latin Music Series returns to Boston parks on Thursdays in July and August with a soundscape of salsa, bolero, danzn, Afro-Latin, Caribbean, jazz, funk, R&B, and more. Performers include Berklee College of Music faculty, students, alumni, and world-renowned artists from Puerto Rico, Colombia, and Venezuela.

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  16. What would you do with 15 acres in Kendall Square?Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 2, 2014 | Boston.com

    What could you do with the land? The Globe asked a city planner, a venture capitalist, an entrepreneur, and a hacker for their ideas. From left: Dennis Frenchman, an architect and city planner; Dan Nowiszewski a general partner with Highland Capital Partners; Bill Jacobson, the chief executive of Workbar; and Abby Fichtner, hacker-in-residence at Harvard Innovation Lab.

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  17. Boston providing free sunscreen at city parksRead the original story

    Friday Jun 26 | Boston Herald

    The city is installing 30 free sunscreen dispensers in five public parks this summer. Mayor Marty Walsh says Boston will be the first major Northeast city to launch such a program, which is also offered in Miami Beach, Florida.

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  18. Divine intervention: Tot lucky carpenter in the right placeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Boston Herald

    Everett carpenter Pedro Martinez was twisting a screw into a staircase behind his mother's East Boston home Wednesday night when a baby tumbled from a third-floor porch above him, landed on a tarp that had been rigged for a backyard cookout, then fell on Martinez's back. Martinez, a religious man, was wearing a shirt that read "the Precious Blood of Christ" that ended up stained with some of the baby's blood.

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  19. Boston providing free sunscreen at city parksRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    The city is installing 30 free sunscreen dispensers in five public parks this summer. Mayor Marty Walsh says Boston will be the first major Northeast city to launch such a program, which is also offered in Miami Beach, Florida.

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  20. Boston Library Presents Boston's Poet LaureateRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Patch.com

    This summer, Boston's Poet Laureate Danielle Legros Georges hosts drop-in poetry workshops at several Boston Public Library locations, starting with the East Boston Branch of the Boston Public Library on Saturday, June 27, from 2 - 4 p.m. Participants are welcome to bring examples of their work for discussion and feedback.

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