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Bikes Not Fights offers tune-ups, treats and fun

Bikes Not Fights offers tune-ups, treats and fun

By Michele D. Maniscalco | May 16
A pleasant, sunny spring day helped bring out a good crowd for the third Bikes Not Fights event in O'Day Playground

South End Girl Scout Volunteer Honored

South End Girl Scout Volunteer Honored

By Submitted by GSEMA | May 16
Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts (GSEMA) was pleased to recognize volunteers Laura Fleming and South End resident Marcia Metz for their service to girls and the community.

MGH surgeon Michael Watkins charged with drunken driving

By BPD | May 16
After allegedly hitting pedestrians

Easter Egg Hunts Abound

Easter Egg Hunts Abound

By Sue O'Connell | May 1
Fun at Library Park

Piano Factory artist named Educator of the Year

Piano Factory artist named Educator of the Year

By Michele D. Maniscalco | May 1
Piano Craft Gallery hosted an exhibit of creations by K0-2 students

A clean school is a healthy school

A clean school is a healthy school

By Sue O'Connell | May 1
All hands on deck to clean up around Orchard Gardens Pilot School

Holy Cross Cathedral Reopens

Holy Cross Cathedral Reopens

By Patrick O'Connor | Apr 17
Just in time for Holy Week and Easter Sunday after two year renovation. Plus a full chronology of the history of the venerable Cathedral.

Liaison Lunch and Learn

Liaison Lunch and Learn

By Michele D. Maniscalco | Apr 17
Neighbors share concerns, experiences

CEDAC Honors Community Leader Mel King

CEDAC Honors Community Leader Mel King

By Submitted by CEDAC | Apr 17
Legendary community organizer honored at 40th anniversary celebration

Swet Studio offers Aerial Camp for kids

Swet Studio offers Aerial Camp for kids

By Michele D. Maniscalco | Apr 3
Swet Studio at 480 Tremont Street aims to strengthen children's balance, fitness and self-confidence

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