Month: September 2011

Woman shot in Bromley-Heath

A woman was shot on the street in the Bromley-Heath Housing development Aug. 29. She was taken to Boston Medical Center where her injury was declared to be non-life-threatening. Boston police (BPD) has not made any arrests. BPD spokesperson Eddy…

14 JP priests on sex abuser list

A total of 14 priests from all Jamaica Plain parishes appear on a long-awaited list of 159 Boston Catholic clergy convicted or accused of child sexual abuse released Aug. 25 by the Archdiocese of Boston. They include John Geoghan, the…

VA hospital systems could merge

Veteran Affairs (VA) Boston Healthcare System and Bedford VA Medical Center are investigating the possibility of unifying their programs into one large regional system. Under the current proposal, no facilities—like the VA hospital at 150 S. Huntington Ave.—would close, no…

Bank may replace fence

By Benjamin Colb, Special to the Gazette PONDSIDE—Bank of America is considering replacing or repairing the chain-link fence around its Burroughs Street parking lot at the request of the Jamaica Pond Association (JPA). The JPA reached out to the local…

Agenda, 9/9

The final, last-minute deadline for JP Agenda listings is noon, Sept. 20 for the Sept. 23 issue. Send listings to [email protected]te.com. Listings with no end date will be run for 3 months, space permitting. Note: 617 should be dialed before…

Invitación, 9/9

Citas Feria. Hoy, a partir de a 1, vamos al parquecito de la Mozart para participar en una feria de salud que tiene muchos atractivos. Aparte de asuntos de salud para la persona y la familia habrá información sobre programas…