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  1. Summer Fun on the HarborRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | East Boston Times-Free Press

    Piers Park Sailing Center closed out its summer program for East Boston kids last week. The free sailing program ran from July through August 28 where hundreds of local kids ages 9 and older took advantage of the program that teaches the fundamentals of sailing.

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  2. Mount Carmel Church,Surrounding Property Sold for $3.05 MillionRead the original story

    Yesterday | East Boston Times-Free Press

    When Benny Tauro immigrated from Avellino, Italy to East Boston in 1952 he brought with him a strong sense of family and the belief in the Catholic Church. It was here that he found a second home among the Italian community that was part of the Our Lady of Mount Carmel parish.

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  3. Excel Academy Students Take Part in Model UNRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | East Boston Times-Free Press

    Governor Charlie Baker address students from Excel Academy Charter School in East Boston during a Model United Nations simulation at the State House. Last Friday, students from Excel AcademyHigh School took part in a Model United Nations simulation at the State House.

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  4. Annual Countdown to Kindergarten Set for Sept. 3Read the original story

    Yesterday | East Boston Times-Free Press

    East Boston Main Streets and Countdown to Kindergarten along with the East Boston Social Centers, EBYMCA, Little Folks, Head Start, the Boston Police, and the MBTA will host the 15th Annual Countdown to Kindergarten Parade. With the help of many groups and individuals and the generosity of local merchants every child in East Boston who is entering kindergarten will receive school supplies, a brand new backpack, and enjoy a festive day designed to provide a positive experience as they begin their formal education.

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  5. Obituaries 09-02-2015Read the original story

    Feb 9, 2015 | East Boston Times-Free Press

    Vincent J. Malgeri of East Boston passed away peacefully on August 26 in the Veterans Hospital in West Roxbury after a brief illness. Vincent, who served his country in the US Navy during the Korean Conflict and later worked for many years in the Navy Yard, was born on September 5, 1935 to the late Vincent and Carmela Malgeri.

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  6. Husson Men's Soccer Holds on for Season Opening VictoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WVII

    Husson jumped out to a three-goal lead before holding off a late charge by Suffolk for a 3-2 win Tuesday afternoon at James A. Sartori Stadium at East Boston Memorial Park in the season opener for both teams. The win gives head coach Jeff Gettler the 50th of his career with the Eagles.

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  7. Baker: Expanding school choice, charter schools a priorityRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 29 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    As he prepares charter-school legislation he plans to file this fall, Gov. Charlie Baker on Friday said expanding school-choice options for Massachusetts students and families will be a goal of his administration's first term. "If we do what we need to do as public leaders we will find a way, in a democracy where we don't get our way all the time, to create more opportunities for kids to go to great schools and get great educations here in the commonwealth no matter where they live," Baker said in an address to a group of students from the Excel Academy Charter High School.

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  8. Study points to consequences of not building energy infrastructureRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    New England will face substantially higher energy costs and lose 52,000 private sector jobs if the area fails to expand its natural gas and electricity infrastructure, according to a new study commissioned by a business group. The New England Coalition for Affordable Energy study, conducted by a Boston-based team from La Capra Associates and the Economic Development Research Group, concludes that underinvestment in infrastructure, namely natural gas pipeline capacity, "ensures persistent and increasing energy prices and costs for the region," which will in turn make it difficult for businesses to compete and retain and expand jobs.

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  9. Loyal to the End:D and Z Auto Repair Will Close Its Doors after 25 Years in BusinessRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | East Boston Times-Free Press

    Joseph Zirpolo and Bill DelloRusso, friends and owners of the neighborhood auto repair shop, have decided to retire after 25 years of operating their business located at 944 Saratoga St. "It's been a fantastic 25 years," said the 55-year-old Zirpolo. "We're proud of our name and our reputation, and for being honest - that's why it went so well for 25 years."

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  10. Live Racing Returns to Suffolk Downs with Three Racing, Food Truck FestivalsRead the original story

    Friday Aug 28 | East Boston Times-Free Press

    Live Thoroughbred racing will return to Suffolk Downs after a ten-month hiatus. Starting Saturday, September 5 and continuing on Saturday, October 3 and October 31, the track will host three special festival days of racing which will include food trucks from over a dozen vendors, craft beer, live music and family fun activities for the whole family.

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  11. Free Kayaking EventRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | East Boston Times-Free Press

    East Boston residents enjoy a day of kayaking at Constitution Beach during the first ever free kayaking event at the beach. The organizers of the free kayaking event, which was only suppose to last 10 days, have decided to extend free kayaking at the beach until August 30.

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  12. East Boston Student Starr Desmond Awarded Four-year Full Tuition Scholarships to Attend BerkleeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | East Boston Times-Free Press

    Zumix graduate and East Boston resident Starr Desmond was one of 13 young musicians from underserved communities in Boston and across the U.S. who were awarded four-year full tuition scholarships to attend Berklee at an emotional presentation at the Berklee Performance Center this month. Desmond, a talented vocalist and piano player who has attended Zumix for 13 years, was presented the scholarship by Berklee president Roger H. Brown, Berklee vice president of education outreach and social entrepreneurship Lee Whitmore, founder of Berklee City Music J. Curtis Warner, Jr., and dean of City Music Krystal Banfield.

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  13. BRA Pulls Snow Farm ProposalRead the original story

    Friday Aug 28 | East Boston Times-Free Press

    The Boston Redevelopment Authority pulled the proposal to discuss turning the Condor Street Hess Site into the city's snow farm during this upcoming winter from last week's agenda following political pressure from Eastie's elected officials. Senator Anthony Petruccelli, Representative Adrian Madaro and City Councilor Sal LaMattina all vehemently opposed the plan to turn the BRA-owned Hess Site, which sits on the shores of the Chelsea Creek in a residential neighborhood on the backside of Eagle Hill, into a snow dumping ground.

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  14. Mayor's Office of Tourism, Sports and Entertainment Hosts 'End of Summer Beach Party'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | City of Boston

    Thursday, August 27, 2015 - The Mayor's Office of Tourism, Sports and Entertainment and Save the Harbor/Save the Bay is inviting all Bostonians to mark the start of the new school year and celebrate at an "End of Summer Beach Party" on Saturday, September 12 at the Boston Centers for Youth & Family Curley Community Center's M Street Beach in South Boston. "The City is excited to celebrate the spirit of summer for as long as possible," said Mayor Martin J. Walsh.

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  15. Waltham Arrests: Indecent Assault; Forgery; Drug PossessionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | Patch.com

    At 4:32 p.m., Matthew Walsh, 24, 237 Mokema Ave., Waltham, was arrested and charged with possession of drugs Class A, forgery of a check, uttering a false check, larceny over $250, uttering a false check, forgery of a check At 5:46 p.m., Matthew Shriro, 36, 57 Crescent St., Waltham, was arrested and charged with indecent assault and battery on a person 14 or older At 8:13 p.m., Vinicio Cosigua Perez, 37, 44 Border St., East Boston, was arrested and charged with drinking in public At 1:29 p.m., Matthew Place, 32, homeless, Waltham, was arrested and charged with possession of Class B drugs, trespassing, possession of Class C drugs At 7:01 p.m., Vipul Chopra, 41, 3 Bemis Ave., Waltham, was arrested and charged with two counts of indecent assault and battery on a person over 14

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  16. Two men sought in East Boston machete attackRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Boston.com

    Boston police are searching for two men in connection with a machete attack in East Boston that sent one person to a hospital Sunday night. The two men got into an argument with two victims at about 11 p.m. on Chelsea Street, Officer Rachel McGuire said.

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  17. America Scores Boston Holds The First Practice Of The Leadership AcademyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Patch.com

    To high schoolers in Boston, especially America SCORES Boston Alumni of our elementary and middle school programs, tomorrow is the first fall practice of the SCORES Leadership Academy! The first SCORES Leadership Academy Fall 2015 boys practice is Monday! All SCORES Alums and current high school students are invited to come play for the SLA team this fall! Lo Presti Park in East Boston at 3:30.

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  18. Boston celebrates increase in visitorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Lowell Sun

    Highlighting the continued surge in international travel to Boston, Gov. Charlie Baker joined with tourism officials Friday at a hotel near Logan International Airport to recognize a record increase in visitors last year and the impact it has had on the state as a whole. According to the Greater Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau, more than 1.4 million overseas visitors came to explore Boston in 2014, a 10.1 percent boost over the previous year.

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  19. Editorial: Son of the Big DigRead the original story

    Saturday Aug 22 | Boston Herald

    Former Govs. Bill Weld and Michael Dukakis blessed the Boston Globe with an oped column urging construction of a rail link between North Station and South Station. Are we really supposed to take seriously another money-burning mega-project proposed by the two governors whose administrations plagued us with the Big Dig for 16 years? Remember the Big Dig? That was the nation's biggest highway project ever.

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  20. Carr: We used to frown on fraudRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 22 | Boston Herald

    Hard to believe, I know, but it's true. Not only did the taxpayers keep close tabs on layabouts, but you could be thrown in jail if you didn't work.

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