Monthly Archives: October 2011

Thanks for serving

October 7, 2011
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Thanks for serving

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Fishing tip

October 7, 2011
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Fishing tip

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Making your home more energy-efficient

October 7, 2011
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A Boston city program, a Massachusetts state program and several utility company programs want to make your house cool—or warm, depending on the weather. In an effort to improve efficiency in heating and electricity systems, utility companies and the city program Renew Boston are providing free services to Boston residents. The services range from...

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Housing Success

October 7, 2011
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Housing Success

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Curley House revival presses forward

October 7, 2011
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PONDSIDE—It is taking a little longer than expected, but plans to revive the long-underused historic home of legendary Boston Politician James Michael Curley are moving forward. Richard Dennis, head of the Friends of the James Michael Curley House, which is spearheading the revival effort, said that the group’s plans to take over operations at...

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Bartlett Square nears completion

October 7, 2011
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Barlett Square, a 13-unit condo building with three ground-floor retail units, will be completed by early next year, Chris DeSisto of Maple Hurst Builders told the Gazette last week. . The new development is on Green Street between Amory Street and Brookside Avenue. “We are hoping to be done by year’s end. It will...

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City halts dental business construction

October 7, 2011
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City halts dental business construction

FOREST HILLS—Bicon Dental Implants, a 501 Arborway business that has a history of zoning controversies and refusing to meet with neighbors about construction on its property, had its latest construction project halted by the city last week. The stop-work order followed a Gazette visit to the site and request for comment from the city...

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Neighbors propose McBride St. project changes

October 7, 2011
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STONYBROOK—Neighbors to a proposed mixed-used development at Washington and McBride streets have created a counter-offer design that shows changes the neighbors would like to see integrated into the project. The changes would reduce parking and replace a commercial building with a mixed-use building. “We at the Stonybrook Neighborhood Association have a pretty big interest...

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Arboretum Place construction begins

October 7, 2011
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Construction for a new Harvest Co-op is already under way, in anticipation of a September 2012 opening. The new Harvest and possibly a Commonwealth Cooperative Bank will be housed at the Arboretum Place development on Washington Street, just south of Ukraine Way. Harvest General Manager Mike St. Clair said in a Sept. 21 presentation...

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Curtis Hall to reopen by next month

October 7, 2011
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MONUMENT SQ.—Curtis Hall, a city-run community center at 30 South St.. will officially reopen Nov. 19 after being closed for renovations for over a year, and could open sooner. Boston Center for Youth and Families spokesperson Sandy Holden told the Gazette last week that a reopening celebration for the community center is scheduled for...

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