Monthly Archives: February 2013

Convicted bank robber arrested in Egleston rapes

February 5, 2013
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EGLESTON SQ.—A convicted bank robber who just got out of prison last year was arrested yesterday and charged with two sexual assaults last weekend on the Roxbury side of Egleston Square. Tikee Jaun Beverly, 37, of Roxbury is facing three charges of rape, according to the Boston Police Department. In the sexual assaults on...

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Police seek suspects in Egleston sexual assaults

February 4, 2013
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EGLESTON SQ.—Police are seeking suspects in two recent, similar sexual assaults where a man lured a woman to an abandoned property on the Roxbury side of Egleston Square. The assaults happened on Feb. 2 and 3 in the 2900 block of Washington Street and the suspect in both cases is a clean-shaven black man...

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Police warn about business break-ins

February 4, 2013
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The following notice was issued by the Boston Police Department: District E-13 detectives are investigating an increase in commercial break-ins and acts of vandalism in the Jamaica Plain and Roxbury neighborhoods. Most of these incidents are occurring during the night hours. In some cases, the perpetrator gained access after cutting the phone lines and...

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Policía advierte sobre robos

February 4, 2013
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Una notificación del Departamento de Policía de Boston: Los detectives del Distrito E-13 han lanzado una investigación con relación a un aumento en robos a los negocios y actos de vandalismo en los vecindarios de Jamaica Plain y Roxbury. La mayoría de dichos incidentes ocurren durante horas de la noche. Más recientemente las bisagras...

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Park addition design options to be presented

February 1, 2013
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State Department of Transportation consultants will present “several options” for the near-acre of land to be added to the Southwest Corridor Park as a result of the Casey Arborway project to the park’s Parkland Management Advisory Committee (PMAC) next week, PMAC President Janet Hunkel told the Gazette. Hunkel also said she has reached out...

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Centre/South Main Streets regains nonprofit status, hires interim director

February 1, 2013
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Jamaica Plain’s Centre/South Main Streets (CSMS), a business promotion organization, has regained its status as a nonprofit corporation and has hired an interim executive director, according to a CSMS board member. CSMS has also reacquired its former office space over City Feed and Supply at 670 Centre St. The organization had moved to shared...

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Health center ends care for 5K adults

February 1, 2013
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By Peter Shanley and John Ruch, Gazette Staff JACKSON SQ.—The Martha Eliot Health Center (MEHC) at 75 Bickford St., which is run by Boston Children’s Hospital (BCH), will no longer care for adult patients, it was announced Jan. 29 in a letter to BCH’s staff, associated personnel and volunteers. The change will affect about...

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Looking for Love

February 1, 2013
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(Courtesy Photo) A Franklin Park Zoo peacock shows off his feathers to impress the ladies in one of the animal courtship behaviors that will be discussed in the zoo’s Valentine’s Day-themed “Sex at the Zoo” lecture event Feb. 15. See story.

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Nonprofit puts student art on T-shirts, funds schools

February 1, 2013
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(Courtesy Photo) Rightside Shirts co-founder Dylan Enright at the Edison K-8 School.

Uninspired by the corporate world, two young Jamaica Plain residents have started Rightside Shirts, a nonprofit that raises money for art programs in public schools. Rightside goes to a school and has all the students draw any design they want. Rightside picks the best ones, places them on T-shirts and sells them to raise...

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JP indie business group forms

February 1, 2013
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JP Local First, a new nonprofit association for local, independent businesses, is being formed by the owners of City Feed and Supply and Red Sun Press. It will hold its first monthly meeting on Feb. 14. The idea is to “build a network of locally owned and independent businesses,” said David Warner, owner of...

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