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Boston Shootings Leave 1 Dead, 4 Injured

Officers first responded to 1500 Blue Hill Ave. at 1:53 a.m., where one person was injured in a shooting.

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Police were then called to 29 Creston St. in Dorchester at 2:42 a.m., where three people were shot. One of the victims died, police said.

    Boston Shootings Leave 1 Dead, 4 Injured
    BOSTON (CBS) - A violent night in Boston left four people hurt and one dead from three separate shootings. Boston police said the shootings happened in the span of one hour early Saturday morning. Officers first responded to 1500 Blue Hill Ave. at 1:53 a.m., where one person was injured in a shooting.
    http://boston.cbslocal.com

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Traffic Advisory for Saturday August 29, 2015, Caribbean Carnival and Parade

Vehicle traffic on Blue Hill Ave will be redirected at Blue Hill Ave and Talbot Ave with no traffic on Blue Hill Ave toward American Legion Highway.

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Formation for the Carnival Parade will begin at 11:00 AM at Martin Luther King Boulevard and Warren Street.  At 1:00 PM the parade will proceed on Blue Hill Avenue and end at the Circuit Drive entrance (Peabody Circle) to Franklin Park.

Outbound (west) vehicle traffic on Columbia Rd will be rerouted at Geneva Ave with all traffic being directed to turn left (south) onto Geneva Ave towards Bowdoin St.

Vehicle traffic on Blue Hill Ave will be redirected at Blue Hill Ave and Talbot Ave with no traffic on Blue Hill Ave toward American Legion Highway.

Vehicle traffic on Columbus Ave will be directed onto Walnut Ave at the intersection of Columbus Ave, Seaver St and Walnut Ave.

No vehicle traffic will be allowed on Seaver St toward Blue Hill Ave.

Glenway St, both sides, from Blue Hill Ave past Old Rd to #11 Glenway St

Seaver St, both sides, from Blue Hill Ave to #280 Seaver St

    Traffic Advisory for Saturday August 29, 2015, Caribbean Carnival and Parade
    The annual Caribbean Carnival and Parade will take place in the City of Boston on Saturday August 29th. Street closures and parking restrictions will be in effect in the area of the celebration and traffic delays should be expected. Those coming to attend the event are encouraged to leave their personal vehicles at home and utilize the MBTA.
    http://bpdnews.com

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City of Boston Traffic Advisory for Saturday, August 29, 2015

Vehicle traffic on Blue Hill venue will be redirected at Blue Hill Avenue and Talbot Avenue with no traffic on Blue Hill Avenue toward American Legion Highway.

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...Circle) to Franklin Park.  Formation for the Carnival Parade will begin at 11 AM at Martin Luther King Boulevard and Warren Street.  At 1 PM, the parade will proceed on Blue Hill Avenue ending at the Circuit...

Outbound (west) vehicle traffic on Columbia Road will be rerouted at Geneva Avenue with all traffic being directed to turn left (south) onto Geneva Avenue toward Bowdoin Street.

Vehicle traffic on Blue Hill venue will be redirected at Blue Hill Avenue and Talbot Avenue with no traffic on Blue Hill Avenue toward American Legion Highway.

Vehicle traffic on Columbus Avenue will be directed onto Walnut Avenue at the intersection of Columbus Avenue, Seaver Street and Walnut Avenue.

No vehicle traffic will be allowed on Seaver Street toward Blue Hill Avenue.

Glenway Street, both sides, from Blue Hill Avenue past Old Road to #11 Glenway

Seaver Street, both sides, from Blue Hill Avenue to #280 Seaver Street

    City of Boston Traffic Advisory for Saturday, August 29, 2015 | City of Boston
    Caribbean Carnival and Parade The annual Caribbean Carnival and Parade will take place in the City of Boston on Saturday, August 29. Street closures and parking restrictions will be in effect in the area of the celebration and traffic delays should be expected.
    http://www.cityofboston.gov

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Mayor’s Office of Public Safety launches neighborhood walks against violence

Thursday, August 27: 6PM, begins at the District B-3 Police Station, 1165 Blue Hill Avenue, Mattapan.

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Monday, August 24: 6PM, beings at the Lilla G. Frederick School, 270 Columbia Road, Dorchester.

Wednesday, August 26: 6PM, begins at the Boys and Girls Club, 15 Talbot Street, Dorchester.

    Mayor's Office of Public Safety launches neighborhood walks against violence
    The Mayor's Office of Public Safety is encouraging community members to join local leaders, Boston Police and other advocates in a series of neighborhood walks to engage with neighbors in areas that have been struck by recent acts of violence in the City.
    http://sampan.org

5 days ago

Boston Launches Neighborhood Walks Against Violence

Thursday, August 27: 6PM, begins at the District B-3 Police Station, 1165 Blue Hill Avenue, Mattapan.

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Monday, August 24: 6PM, beings at the Lilla G. Frederick School, 270 Columbia Road, Dorchester.

Wednesday, August 26: 6PM, begins at the Boys and Girls Club, 15 Talbot Street, Dorchester.

    Boston Launches Neighborhood Walks Against Violence
    The Mayor's Office of Public Safety is encouraging community members to join local leaders, Boston Police and other advocates in a series of neighborhood walks to engage with neighbors in areas that have been struck by recent acts of violence. "We know there is more work to be done to end violence in our neighborhoods," said Mayor Martin J.
    http://patch.com

5 days ago

Mayor's Office of Public Safety Launches Neighborhood Walks Against Violence

Thursday, August 27: 6PM, begins at the District B-3 Police Station, 1165 Blue Hill Avenue, Mattapan.  

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Monday, August 24: 6PM, beings at the Lilla G. Frederick School, 270 Columbia Road, Dorchester. 

Wednesday, August 26: 6PM, begins at the Boys and Girls Club, 15 Talbot Street, Dorchester. 

    Mayor's Office of Public Safety Launches Neighborhood Walks Against Violence | City of Boston
    BOSTON ­- Monday, August 24, 2015 - The Mayor's Office of Public Safety is encouraging community members to join local leaders, Boston Police and other advocates in a series of neighborhood walks to engage with neighbors in areas that have been struck by recent acts of violence in the City.
    http://www.cityofboston.gov

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