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Mayor Walsh Must Be In Tears As He Peels Back The Onion

Seven months into Mayor Marty Walsh’s term, what his team has learned about the policies that underlined the 20 year Menino agenda and have put the reputations of longstanding and decent public servants in jeopardy must be bringing them to tears. … [Read More...]

Rep. Collins Secures HazMat Training Funds For Boston Fire Dept.

A budget amendment to increase essential funding for the Boston Fire Department (BFD) was included in the final version of the budget produced by the Massachusetts Legislature last week. The amendment secures approximately $2 million for BFD to fund … [Read More...]

Senator Forry Delivers for South Boston

On Thursday, July 10, 2014, the Massachusetts Senate unanimously passed the Environmental Bond Bill, a five year plan for investing in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ environmental assets. “I am proud to have supported the Senate version of … [Read More...]

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‘The Paramount’ Restaurant: A Unique Dining Experience

The first things you notice when you walk into the Paramount Restaurant located at 667 East Broadway here in South Boston is the tasteful décor, its bright and welcoming atmosphere and of course the incredible aroma of fine food being prepared fresh. It’s a blend of so many tantalizing smells it’s hard to explain with words. You are instantly greeted with friendly and professional staff, who are genuinely glad that you walked through their door to experience their wonderful cuisine and … [Read More...]

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Time for MLB to take high stakes out of All-Star Game

All-Star games are like visiting the in-laws during the holidays: It’s a horrible experience, but you just have to grit your teeth and get it over with every year. Whether it be watching NBA conference supersquads put up 150+ points in February or viewing a collection of NFL players in search of a free Hawaii vacation play in the Pro Bowl, sports fans have become accustomed to the pedestrian tradition of All-Star games. While most of these events do little to excite most fans, at least the … [Read More...]

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PARKS DEPARTMENT FREE SUMMER EVENTS NOW ONLINE

Looking for some outdoor fun this summer in City of Boston parks? Simply go to www.cityofboston.gov/parks where you can view the Boston Parks and Recreation Department’s full schedule of free summer events under the spotlight entitled “Join Us for Summer Fun with the Parks Department!” Take … [Read More...]

photo presentation to Congressman Lynch for Fallen Heros Softball

Mass Iraq And Afghanistan Fallen Heroes softball game.

Jamie Ryan presents a photo to Steve on the steps of the US Capitol for playing in Mass Iraq And Afghanistan Fallen Heroes softball game.     … [Read More...]

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Super Moon In South Boston

Last weekend brought what's known as one of the 'Summer Super Moons to South Boston and beyond. One of the best places around for viewing this celestial phenomenon was at South Boston's M Street Beach. The illusion of an oversized moon was beautiful to see and will return again on August 10th and … [Read More...]

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SB Resident Jeffrey Siracuse Joins BUSM and BMC

South Boston resident Jeffrey J. Siracuse, MD, is joining Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) and Boston Medical Center (BMC). He was named assistant professor of surgery and assistant professor of radiology at BUSM and an attending surgeon in the division of vascular and endovascular … [Read More...]