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Hyde Park Main Streets added 2 new photos.

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    Hyde Park Main Streets, Hyde Park, Massachusetts. 1.1K likes. We are a local non-profit organization composed of residents and business owners who are interested in promoting a vital and thriving...
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Come out for some family fun on Sunday.

Come out for some family fun on Sunday.

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    Come out for some family fun on Sunday.
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Please tune into "Jay Talking" on Tuesday/Wed...

Please tune into "Jay Talking" on Tuesday/Wednesday November 21st/22nd at Midnight. The topic will be "Hyde Park and Readville, Massachusetts" Bradley Jay and Anthony Sammarco will discuss this interesting and historic neighborhood of Boston. Hyde Park, incorporated as an individual town for a mere fifty years before being annexed to Boston, is a picturesque and vibrant neighborhood o f considerable natural charm. This remarkable new photographic history chronicles the development of the area from its earliest days through the mid-twentieth century. The development of Hyde Park began under the direction of a group of well-to-do businessmen who plotted the course of streets and built their own homes along Fairmount Avenue. By the turn of the century, Hyde Park was a bustling community with many local industries: The American Tool & Machine Company, the Brainard Milling Machine Company, and the paper mills of Tileston & Hollingsworth were all located here. Despite the existence of this strong industrial base, however, Hyde Park never sacrificed the natural beauty of attractions like the Neponset River, the Blue Hills, and Stony Brook Valley. Mr. Sammarco's book celebrates the coexistence of industry and natural surroundings throughout Hyde Park's rich past. Anthony Mitchell Sammarco is a well known area historian who writes bi-weekly articles on local history in the Hyde Park-Roslindale Gazette and has authored several popular visual histories in the Images of America book series. He is a member of the Hyde Park Historical Society, from whose archives many of the images in this collection have come.

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Hyde Park Main Streets added 7 new photos.

Boston Cruisaders having an audition for new members at Boston Latin today. Expecting 60-70 people to try out.

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    Hyde Park Main Streets, Hyde Park, Massachusetts. 1.1K likes. We are a local non-profit organization composed of residents and business owners who are interested in promoting a vital and thriving...
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Hyde Park Main Streets added 2 new photos.

Boston Cruisaders having an audition for new members at Boston Latin today. Expecting 60-70 people to try out.

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    Hyde Park Main Streets, Hyde Park, Massachusetts. 1.1K likes. We are a local non-profit organization composed of residents and business owners who are interested in promoting a vital and thriving...
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Board of appeal hearing

Case: BOA-663803,  Address: 71 Davison Street,   Ward  18 Applicant: Seventy One Davison LLC

...4,104 square foot lot for 71 Davison Street and 4,728 square lot for 88 Pierce Street for construction of new two family dwelling. No work to be done at 71 Davison...

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Case: BZC-30642, Address: 340-360 Boylston Street , Ward  3  Applicant: The Arlington Boylston Realty Trust

Case: BOA-475033, Address: 108 Greenfield Street, Ward 18 Applicant: Virtudes Carrasco

Case: BOA-764199,  Address: 135-139 Border Street,   Ward 1  Applicant: Boston Industrial Group Realty Trust

Case: BOA-756820,  Address: 48-52 Boylston Street,  Ward 3  Applicant: SFH Boylston Street LLC

Case: BOA-753633,  Address: 5 Acorn Street,   Ward 5  Applicant: Karin Dumbaugh

Case: BOA-760305,  Address: 667-669 Boylston Street,   Ward 5 Applicant: Cava Mezze Grill

Case: BOA-736317,  Address: 107 Jersey Street,  Ward 5  Applicant: New Cingular Wireless PCS, LLC

Case: BOA-759918,  Address: 2969 Washington Street,   Ward 11 Applicant: 2969 Washington LLC

Case: BOA-744378,  Address: 402 Warren Street,   Ward 12  Applicant: Jimmy McNeil

Case: BOA-740342,  Address: 36 Cushing Avenue,  Ward 13  Applicant: 36 Cushing Avenue Realty Trust

Case: BOA-756628,  Address: 16 Claybourne Street,  Ward 15  Applicant: Ramiro Afonseca

Case: BOA-763749,  Address: 281-289 Adams Street,  Ward 16 Applicant: Hiep Chu, Trustee

Purpose: Legalize carriage house as a single family dwelling. This has been an existing condition for many years. No work to be done. ZBA. One of two structures on the same lot #97 Child Street is a two family dwelling.

Case: BOA-742797,  Address: 28 Cedarwood Road,   Ward  19  Applicant: James Kennedy

Case: BOA-585382, Address: 6 Long Terrace, Ward 20   Applicant: Arthur Choo

Case: BOA-596654, Address: 875-877 Hyde Park Avenue, Ward 18   Applicant: Robert White

Case:BOA-678322 , Address: 90-102 Tenean Street  , Ward 16  Applicant: Sings By J

Case: BOA-747215, Address: 117 Bolton Street,  Ward 6  Applicant: Terrence Lee

Case: BOA-751038, Address: 461 Massachusetts Avenue,  Ward 9  Applicant: Gail Phaneuf & Robert Barney

1 City Hall Square

    Board of appeal hearing
    HEARINGS: 9:30 a.m. Article(s): 53(53-56) 53(53-12) 25(25-5) Purpose: Change occupancy from Offices, 1 Apartment and Accessory Storage to Office and 7 Apartment. Complete renovation, new sprinkler system as per plans. Purpose: Change occupancy from Offices, 1 Apartment and Accessory Storage to Office and 7 Apartment. Complete renovation, new sprinkler system as per plans.
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Leominster family of terminally ill baby hopes to help others in his name

6 Westminster St., Amesbury

    Leominster family of terminally ill baby hopes to help others in his name
    LEOMINSTER, Mass. (WHDH) - The family of a terminally ill baby is asking others to join them in helping other children with cancer. Caiden Falcon just turned 1 but doctors told his parents that he is unlikely to make it to his next.
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October 2017 in Review, From Lobster Rolls to Cider Doughnuts

Chick-Fil-A (140 Providence Hwy., Dedham): This is the 11th Massachusetts location for the chicken chain.

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Barracuda on the Fly (55 Bromfield St., Downtown Crossing, Boston): A Key West-inspired little sibling to Barracuda Tavern.

Beantown Juice and Tea (32 Kneeland St.): Juices, smoothies, and bubble tea from the people behind the nearby Irashai Sushi.

Beta Burger (1437 Tremont St., Mission Hill, Boston): A permitting issue kept this Mission Hill burger spot out of commission for a few months, but it’s back.

Better Bagels (83 Seaport Blvd., Seaport District, Boston): A popular bagel pop-up gets its first brick-and-mortar location, featuring bagels and bagel sandwiches, as well as coffee and tea.

Bon Me (60 Binney St., East Cambridge): This new location is considered the flagship for the restaurant-and-food-truck group, which serves Vietnamese-inspired sandwiches, noodle bowls, and more.

Casalinga (151 Hanover St., Haymarket, Boston): Pasta with 30 choices of sauce, plus pizza, sandwiches, and more.

Dig Inn (Prudential Center, 800 Boylston St., Back Bay, Boston): There’s another location of this New York-based fast-casual spot just a few blocks away, by Copley Square.

Eventide Fenway (1321 Boylston St., Back Bay, Boston): Portland’s acclaimed Eventide Oyster Co. now has a fast-casual sibling in Boston, and yes, the brown butter lobster roll is on the menu.

Golden Goose Cafe (65 Atlantic Ave., North End, Boston): Breakfast fare from the owner of Golden Goose Market.

Kings (60 Seaport Blvd., Seaport District, Boston): Bowling, arcade games, pool tables, plenty of televisions, and giant cocktails.

Kōhi Coffee Company (Boston Landing, 80 Guest St., Brighton, Boston): This Provincetown-based cafe has expanded to Brighton’s new Boston Landing development.

Local 338 Bagels & Coffee (1727 Centre St., West Roxbury, Boston): The bagels are made 90% in New York and then shipped to Boston frozen to be finished.

Lolita Cocina & Tequila Bar (253 Summer St., Fort Point, Boston): With a location open for years in Back Bay, this sibling to Ruka and Yvonne’s is now in Fort Point as well, serving up Mexican cuisine and a hefty tequila list.

Momi Nonmi (1128 Cambridge St., Inman Square, Cambridge): A modern Japanese izakaya (with plenty of sake) with a touch of Hawaii.

Poke Bento and Beard Papa’s (827 Boylston St., Back Bay, Boston): Poke bowls and cream puffs in the former Samurai space.

Scorpion Bar and the Grand (58 Seaport Blvd., Seaport District, Boston): A massive Mexican restaurant and nightclub from the Big Night Entertainment Group.

Tatte Bakery & Cafe (1350 Boylston St., Fenway, Boston): Another location joins the growing chain of Tatte cafes; this one spans around 3,000 square feet.

Wicked Bagel Bakery & Deli (171 Massachusetts Ave., Lexington): Bagels and bagel sandwiches, nitro cold brew coffee, and more.

Atlantic Beer Garden (146 Seaport Blvd., Seaport District, Boston): A new development is replacing this nearly decade-old bar.

Cinderella’s (901 Main St., Central Square, Cambridge): The recently renovated Italian spot closed to make way for the construction of a boutique hotel.

Emack & Bolio’s (1663 Beacon St., Brookline): This was the last remaining Brookline location of the ice cream chain, which got its start in Brookline in the 1970s.

Grub (738 Huntington Ave., Mission Hill, Boston): This poutine-oriented spot may now be closed, but sister spot Penguin Pizza will carry some of Grub’s most popular menu items.

Nunzio’s Pizzeria (195 State St., Downtown Boston): A casual pizzeria near the waterfront.

Patty Chen’s Dumpling Room (907 Main St., Central Square, Cambridge): The same construction that shuttered Cinderella’s is closing Patty Chen’s for six to eight months, but when it returns, it’ll have a bigger space and a bar.

Dudley Dough (2302 Washington St., Roxbury, Boston): The Haley House’s fair-wage pizzeria will close at the end of the year due to financial struggles.

Globe Bar & Cafe (565 Boylston St., Back Bay, Boston): It’s not closing for good; it’s just relocating down the street to the former Rattlesnake space. Relocation dates haven’t been announced yet.

    October 2017 in Review, From Lobster Rolls to Cider Doughnuts
    October 2017 featured a number of hotly anticipated openings, including Eventide Fenway (sibling to the acclaimed Eventide Oyster Co. in Portland, Maine) and the Fort Point location of Lolita Cocina & Tequila Bar. It was also a big month for bagels, cafe, and nightlife venues.
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    Hyde Park convenience store held up at gunpoint
    Z&R Convenience Plus, 59 Fairmount Ave., across from the fire station, was held up around 10:35 p.m. by three men, one with a gun. The suspects are described as black. One wore a black, puffy coat with a red hoodie, another wore a blue, hooded coat with tan, checkered undershorts and the third, who had the gun, wore a black, puffy coat with black pants.
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Nov 02

Family of 4 taken to hospital after carbon monoxide detected in home

A resident at 112 West St. called 911 after family members woke up feeling sick. High levels of carbon monoxide were detected in the home, officials said.

    Family of 4 taken to hospital after carbon monoxide detected in home
    A Methuen family was taken to the hospital early Thursday after carbon monoxide was discovered in their home. A resident at 112 West St. called 911 after family members woke up feeling sick. High levels of carbon monoxide were detected in the home, officials said.
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Nov 02

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