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Armed robbers strike at Jamaica Pond

October 10, 2014
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By John Ruch and Peter Shanley/Gazette Staff Three recent armed robberies at Jamaica Pond sparked fear as well as concerns in the Boston Police Department notifying the public about them. Meanwhile, police arrested two suspects in a brutal Franklin Park armed robbery and indicated they are being looked at suspects in two of the...

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Mayor Menino’s new book touches on JP issues

October 10, 2014
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Mayor Menino’s new book touches on JP issues

Former Mayor Thomas Menino has penned a memoir about his unprecedented five terms in office, “Mayor for a New America,” that frequently mentions Jamaica Plain and its issues. Due out Oct. 14, the book covers Menino’s service as a Hyde Park city councilor and his mayoral tenure, which ran from 1993 to early this...

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Ladrones armados en Jamaica Pond

October 10, 2014
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De John Ruch y Peter Shanley/Personal de Gazette Tres robos recientes a mano armada en Jamaica Pond invitaron miedo pero también preocupación sobre la notificación al público por la policía de Boston (BPD). Mientras tanto, la policía arrestaron dos sospechosos en un robo a mano armada brutal en Franklin Park y indicó que son...

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‘Onion’ spoof article uses JP map

October 10, 2014
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‘Onion’ spoof article uses JP map

A recent article spoofing exercise apps on the satirical news site “The Onion” used a map of Jamaica Plain as an illustration. The Oct. 3 story is headlined “Popular new exercise app just tells users they ran 5 miles a day no matter what.” Lampooning the trend of biofeedback apps, the story describes an...

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3rd armed robbery reported at pond

October 6, 2014
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Another armed robbery happened near Jamaica Pond on Oct. 4, according to the local District E-13 Police Station. Meanwhile, police arrested two suspects that same day in a Franklin Park armed robbery and indicated they are being looked at suspects in the earlier Jamaica Pond attacks. The latest pond-area robbery was reported as happening on the afternoon...

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Police to hold community meeting about pond robberies

October 2, 2014
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Officers from Jamaica Plain’s District E-13 police station will hold a community meeting tomorrow, Oct. 3, at Jamaica Pond to discuss two recent armed robberies there. The robberies occurred on Sept. 24, but the Boston Police Department did not alert the general public until nearly a week later. The robbers seemed unusually bold and sadistic,...

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Police: Beware of armed robbers at Jamaica Pond

September 30, 2014
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After two armed robberies at Jamaica Pond on Sept. 24, the Boston Police Department is warning residents to be alert for further crimes by the gun- and knife-wielding suspects. The robberies happened in the 11 p.m. hour on the footpath around the pond. The suspects are described as two black Hispanic men in their...

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Taste of JP highlights local eateries on Oct. 2

September 29, 2014
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Jamaica Plain has earned its reputation as a restaurant hotspot—and even the most determined foodie could spend weeks visiting them all. The 19th annual Taste of JP, slated for Thurs., Oct. 2, lets guests sample the offerings of more than 20 local restaurants all in one room. Taste of JP is a major fundraiser...

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BRA chief pledges transparency

August 15, 2014
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The Boston Redevelopment Authority’s acting director pledged more transparency on some of the agency’s locally controversial issues in a recent Gazette interview. Brian Golden is helming the quasi-public economic development and planning agency during a top-to-bottom review ordered by new Mayor Martin Walsh. A recent audit found various management problems, and that’s only the...

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