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Political Notes: Councilor O’Malley adds new Latino, JP aides

April 26, 2013
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City Councilor Matt O’Malley, who lives in and represents Jamaica Plain, has added two news aides—Beatriz Rivera and Alexandra Valdez—to his staff, according to a press release. Rivera will be his JP liaison, while Valdez will act as his Latino liaison. “I am thrilled to have Beatriz and Alexandra on my staff. They are...

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Holocaust Memorial

April 26, 2013
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Top Brass

April 26, 2013
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The Jackson Two

April 26, 2013
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ROTC Visit

April 26, 2013
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More JPers apply for City Council election papers

April 25, 2013
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Two Jamaica Plain residents—Julie Ann Larson and Armando Silva—have applied for nomination papers for the At-Large City Council race. Twelve other people have joined them in requesting papers for that race. Shaun Ivers, a JP resident, has announced his intention to run, but has not pulled papers. Larson also applied for papers for the...

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Politics as Unusual: Boston liberals could use Norquist’s playbook

April 23, 2013
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Two days before the biggest mayoral race in Boston’s history was appropriately sidelined so the Hub could manage tragedy, our city got a visit from conservative stalwart and Harvard alum Grover Norquist. The small-government crusader was in town entertaining Tea Partiers on Boston Common, where a gaggle of conservatives—who presumably utilize no public resources,...

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Memorial to terror victims goes up in Monument Sq.

April 22, 2013
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A makeshift memorial to the three people killed in the Boston Marathon bombing, as well as the campus police officer allegedly killed by the bombing suspects, went up April 22 in Monument Square. Attached to the fence of the Civil War Solider’s Monument at Centre and South streets, it features the names of the...

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Regan League announces new opening day details

April 22, 2013
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The JP Regan Youth League has announced the details of its rescheduled opening day parade and ceremony on Sat., April 27. The event, rescheduled due to the Boston Marathon bombing suspect manhunt, will include the full traditional parade down Centre Street and S. Huntington Avenue and the first pitch ceremony at Daisy Field on...

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Regan League opening day postponed

April 20, 2013
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The annual JP Regan Youth League opening day parade and ceremony, originally scheduled for this morning, was postponed to next weekend due to the Boston Marathon bombing suspect hunt. The cancelation of the baseball and softball league’s event was announced while the hunt was going on by league president Harry Smith, who ran in this year’s...

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