Monthly Archives: November 2011

Obituaries 11-08-2011

Rose Kelly Somerville resident Rose M. (LaMonica) Kelly of Somerville died on October 29. She was 103 years old. She was the beloved wife of the late Richard P. Kelly, Sr.; loving mother of Richard P. Kelly, Jr. and his wife, Bobbie of Calfornia, Paul F. Kelly of Barnstable, Lorraine K. Dollwet and her...

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Getting Around

November 1, 2011
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Getting Around

Segway are still a main source of transporta­tion in the community. Shown is pick-up site on Commercial Street.

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Under New Management

November 1, 2011
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Under New Management

Serving you…A full service multi level salon and spa-La Piu Bella-Salon 26 is under new management and staffed by a talented team. Located at 26 Parmenter Street, Salon 26 is offering a 25% discount to first time customers. Walk-ins accepted. Appointments 617-523-2426 or www.salon26boston.com. Shown (l to r) Kiani Williams, Shaida Karimi, Nicole Maras,...

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Sergeant Thomas Lema Receives Public Service Award

November 1, 2011
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Boston Police Sergeant Thomas Lema, no stranger to the North End/Waterfront community, was recently honored by the Boston Municipal Research Bureau with a Public Service Award. Sgt. Lema was presented the annual Henry L. Shattuck Public Service Award for his work serving the downtown area’s diverse community, particularly for his work with the homeless....

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North End Post 144 Celebrates 90th Anniversary

November 1, 2011
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North End Post 144 Veterans of Foreign Wars celebrated their 90th Anniversary with over 200 people at the U.S. Coast Guard Base on Commercial Street. In the spring of 1921, a group of 25 World War 1 veterans gathered under the direction of Anthony Iasi, to consider the establishment of a VFW Post in...

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North End/Waterfront Gets Bike Lane

A bike lane is being installed on Commercial Street from Atlantic Avenue to Causeway Street, according to Mayor Thomas Menino’s Boston Bikes. Sections of the road designated for exclusive use by cyclists will be painted or thermoplastic markings plus signage marking the lanes. Green color or flexible barriers could be added for emphasis. A...

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Does Weekend Storm Speak Volumes About Winter to Come?

Most of us heard the lament loudly and clearly over the weekend about the snow coming so early, preceding even this week’s Halloween celebration. In more ways than we care to conjure up, snow this early and so plentiful in nearly all of Massachusetts except for Boston and the coastal area, is a bad...

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In Dewey Square

The protestors in Dewey Square are finding out exactly what kind of devotion to task it takes to camp outside in Boston as the winter sets in. We are reminded of General George Washington’s troops doing the same here and in Cambridge during the winter of 1775 and during a number of winters that...

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Obituaries 11-01-2011

Rose Marie Logiudice Former North End Resident Rose Marie (Marciante) Logiudice of Reading, formerly of Cambridge and the North End of Boston, died on October 21. She was 83 years old. She was the beloved wife of Vincent Logiudice; devoted mother of Angelo Logiudice of Cambridge, John Logiudice of Cambridge and Karyn Logiudice of...

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