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2005

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December 31, 2005

Globe: In memoriam

December 30, 2005

BrooksBulletin.com: Photographer travelled globe in search of world's oldest people

December 29, 2005

Globe: DA says man was victim of homicide

Globe: Real Estate Transactions

Swampscott Reporter: Freezing foes

West Roxbury Transcript: Mayor Tom Menino's Column

Wilmington Advocate:Editorial: New Year's decisions

Ipswich Chronicle: Barney elected to lead Mass. Board of Registration of Real Estate appraisers

December 28, 2005

AP:Lawmakers approve three-month extension of simulcasting law

AP: Man found dead in parking lot near Tobin Bridge identified;

Globe: Pope John beats Eastie in Savings Bank tourney consolation game.

Herald: Austin Prep earns date in Saugus final

Globe: $24 bite ahead for many in Fast Lane: Free replacements of transponders to end

AP: Majority of Boston public school students witnessed violence

December 27, 2005

Herald: MS-13 crackdown leads to safer Hub streets

Herald: Eastie bows out of Deep Freeze tourney

December 26, 2005

Globe: A maritime museum for Boston:

December 25, 2005

Herald: Savio rallies for tie

Louisville Courier Journal: A home for Old Friends: Ex-movie critic founded farm as haven for retired racehorses

December 24, 2005

AP: Romney's future tops list of year's biggest Mass. news for 2005

Globe: Big Dig costs may rise by millions: US memo says total could reach $14.7b

Billboard: Howie Day Arrested At Boston Airport;

December 23, 2005

Globe: Police say robbery victim tailed suspects (Scroll down)

Herald: High School Hockey:  Latin lets loose

December 22, 2005

Herald: Local condo flippers may be in too deep:

Globe: Sign of hope at closed parishes: Priests will say Christmas Mass at 3 churches;

Somerville Journal: Red line takes express to win over East Boston team

Globe Obit: Dominic Tringali, boat builder; at 91

Arlington Advocate: AC swimmers pick up first win over East Boston

December 21, 2005

Globe: Catholic Central BB Savio loses

Herald: Sight of sparks forces return of jet to Logan

Braintree Forum: Police have suspect in Common Street house breaks

Globe: McKay students collect pennies for Globe Santa


December 20, 2005

U.S. Attorney's Office: Eight Arrested in False Identification Documents Conspiracy, Reports U.S. Attorney:

Thoroughbred Times: Suffolk Downs in limbo:

AP: Midwest plane with landing gear problem lands at Boston airport

December 19, 2005

Herald: X-ercise program:At East Boston Y, fitness gear and video games go hand in hand

Quincy Patriot Ledger 12/19: Picky grinch ransacks presents but leaves them

December 18, 2005

AP: Italian families anticipate Christmas with a feast of fish

Globe: Joint effort to plug up water woes: Latest plan will tackle flooding, quality issues

December 17, 2005

Herald: Tracks threaten layoffs, squabble over simulcasts

Globe: Teen gets state prison term for robbery

December 16, 2005

Globe: Games to watch

December 15, 2005

Globe: Councilors back graffiti law that puts onus on property owners

AP: Massachusetts drivers get largest auto insurance cut in 25 years:

December 14, 2005

December 13, 2005

December 12, 2005

Delaware OnLine: Gas tankers won't disrupt traffic:

December 11, 2005

Globe: To Think of Leaving Mexico: Hearts and minds merge when people decide where their hopes lie

Globe: Promise fulfilled for Wiggins

Globe: Mixing cuisines a culinary hit

December 10, 2005

Globe: Capuano seeks halt on new runway

Globe: Savio's outlook is tough

Salem News: Police Logs

December 9, 2005

Boston.com: Logan has another runway incident

AP: Boston seeks to block natural gas pipeline

December 8, 2005

Boston Business Journal: 175 McClellan Highway sold to Bulgroup Properties

Herald: Addicts ride on taxpayers’ dime

Tewksbury Advocate: Catholic Indians celebrate faith and heritage

Melrose Advocate: Catholic Indians celebrate faith and heritage

Somerville Journal: Dante Club hosts Johnny Ray


Globe: Evacuation gaps

December 7, 2005

Patriot Ledger:  The Pastor of Beacon Hill: Canton Priest Counsel Senators: ‘It’s similar to parish work,’ says newly appointed chaplain

The Weekly Dig: FROM PRISON TO POSH: Our notoriously inhumane Charles Street Jail is going upscale

December 5, 2005

NY Times: Court Nominee Presents Father as Role Model

Lowell Sun: Suffolk Downs on last legs without slots

December 4, 2005

Globe: Upon retirement, artist taps into his fertile imagination

December 3, 2005

NPR: Author Details One of Basketball's Great Rivalries

Daily Item of Lynn: Shooting has Revere neighborhood on edge as victim's body to be flown to El Salvador
 

December 2, 2005

Georgetown Record: If they won...

Globe: Lawmakers to rescind retroactive '02 tax bills: Legislative leaders act after storm of protest

Daily Item of Lynn: Brothel charges dropped

Sentinel & Enterprise: Suffolk Downs hopes to get slot machines

December 1
, 2005

Globe: Making East an eden: Restaurateurs still await a neighborhood's revival

Patriot Ledger: South Shore defense made the key stop

November 30, 2005

November 29, 2005

Herald: No speed limit at Eastie: Quick Jets face Vikings:

Herald: Division 3A glance

Globe: This week's picks

H
erald Editorial: Airport neighbors: Safety comes first

Globe: Man who dreamed of aiding family in El Salvador is fatally shot

Globe: Another team wins a big one for the Red Sox: Ball club's lobbyists, title help get funds for Fenway

November 28, 2005

Lowell Sun: Future uncertain for Suffolk, horses

November 2
7, 2005

Globe: A clash of unbeatens: East Boston, South Shore are teams with experience

Globe: Roc 'n rol revolución: From Eastie to JP, the sounds on the street are rocking, and they are in Spanish

Globe: At Gold Stairs, a step in the right direction

Globe: As slots stall, all bets are off at Suffolk Downs:

Globe:  Big Bang: Bill Russell and Wilt Chamberlain changed the way basketball was played. But on the night they first faced each other - in 1959, at the Garden - the fans were the winners.

Globe: Closed case, open wounds: 10 years after the death of East Boston star Jamal Jackson,the heartache is searing, and the conflicting accounts are troubling

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November 26, 2005

Globe: MIAA call: let's play two

Portsmouth Herald: Photographer seeks world's oldest people.

Globe: Capital gains taxpayers face dilemma

Globe: Sales start with bang, economic whimpers

November
25, 2005

Globe: AUSTIN PREP 34, SAVIO PREP 0:Austin Prep delivers 200th for Maradei

Herald: Eastie works for win

Herald: No cooling Souza’s Jets

Herald: Will projects be Winn-Winn situation?

November 24, 2005

Globe: Ready for prime time

November 23, 2005

Globe Op Ed: Consumers lose with auto insurance plan

CBS4Boston: Father Says Mullet Led To Fake Cop’s Arrest

November 22, 2005

Globe: Putting their futures on the line: Chelsea police sergeant-coach channels at-risk youths into football

Cambridge Chronicle: Rappers build community on solid Foundation

WeeklyDig.com: ARE YOU BAD ENOUGH FOR THE SQUARED CIRCLE? Local wrestlers grapple for their shot—cracked vertebrae, rope burns and busted knees be damned

Eastboston.com is on vacation. We'll be back on guard on Sunday, November 27. Have a safe and Happy Thanksgiving!

November 21, 2005

Globe 11/21: Legislature looks to add $1b in spending: Pushing healthcare, construction projects:

Brockton Enterprise: Volunteers put 'giving' in Thanksgiving

November 20, 2005

Boston Herald: A stash of Ma$$ charity: Massport policy eyed

Sudan Tribune: MA State risks profits in plan to divest funds from Sudan - official

Globe: Don't toss Charlie Tickets away

November 19, 2005

BostonChannel. com: Tax Credits May Help Ease Heating Bills

Lowell Sun: Pension official: State risks profits in plan to divest funds from Sudan

Delta: Delta to use larger airplanes in Eastern US

November 16, 2005

Globe: Wave of shootings shatters city

Providence Journal (Reg. Req'd) : New LNG plan puts focus on Boston Harbor

Hanover Mariner: Sons learn from a good teacher: Goff boys following in their father's footsteps

November 13, 2005

Globe: Young, uninsured, and unconcerned: Citing the expense, some balk at health plan mandate

Globe: In airport rental car battle, few remain on the sidelines

Globe: He's worked hard for every dime. Can his money work for him now?: Stretched too thin, real estate investor shifts his strategy

November 12, 2005

Novak: DEAN VS. ITALIANS?

New York Times: Bush's Conservative Judge Harbors Libertarian Streak

Forbes: Most Undocumented Immigrants Going Without Health Insurance

Globe: Immigrant tuition break called a net gain: Undocumented would lift economy, BRA says

San Francisco Chronicle: Warning sirens inaudible in areas: City tells contractor to fix problems by 2006 or face lawsuit

Lowell Sun: When it comes to racing, Thornton's voice of reason

November 11, 2005

Globe 11/11: Eastie crushes Madison Park, clinches title

Herald: O’B, Eastie clinch titles

November 10, 2005

West Roxbury Transcript: All-City soccer classic on Nov. 2

Ashland Tab: Students enjoy City Year project

Daily News Tribune: A grand opening for Waltham woman

November 9, 2005

AP 11/9: Menino pledges new start after winning fourth term as mayor of Boston:

Globe:'New' Bostonians embrace an old rite of passage:

November 7, 2005

Globe: Service unions aim to build clout for minorities: Devoting resources to help 3 candidates:

Globe:
Campaigns hit overdrive: Flaherty, Arroyo both grabbing for top spot in tomorrow's vote

EBHS Soccer Herald: Late kick shoots WA by Eastie 2-1:

Globe: Quick exit for Eastie:
Football: East Boston 38, English 14:

November 6, 2005

Globe: Diocese property deals net $90m: Unused real estate being liquidated

Globe: Early snow,but timely spring plans

Globe: Buyers get choosy: ...when the selling gets tough

November 5, 2005

Globe: H.S. Football: EB over English 38-14

Herald: Cathedral over Savio Prep 30-0

Globe: Cathedral over Savio Prep 30-0

Globe: Boston Mayor's race: Development Q & A

Press & Sun-Bulletin: Dragons to begin national playoffs against formidable New England foe

November 4, 2005

Lawrence Eagle Tribune: Only the strong defenses survive

Allston Brighton Tab: Mayor Menino announces All-City Volleyball Classic

Worcester Telegram: Former city health commission accountant charged with theft

Globe: Former city health commission accountant charged with theft

Woburn Daily Times Chronicle: Two square dedications mark Veteran's Day observances

Herald: South Bay’s developer has designs on ICA building

Globe:
MIAA soccer pairings

Daily News Transcript:: On soccer: High School Soccer Tournaments
 

November 3, 2005

Herald: Jets defend BCL hardware

AP: Massachusetts, Italian region sign biotech, education agreement

Boston Feenix (for what it's worth) : Hennigan for mayor

November
2, 2005

Globe 11/2: House OK's tax breaks for filmmakers:

October 31, 2005

Drudge Report: National Italian American Foundation Demands "Scalito" Apology

JuiceeNewsDaily.com: Haunted Places in Massachusetts

Daily News Tribune: Falcons shake off slump at homecoming: Trinity Catholic 33, Savio Prep 6

October 3
0, 2005

Associated Press: Massachusetts man faces assault charges in N.H.

Herald: A crack job: Plumber ‘pros’ put on notice

Globe:
In a sign of the times, money means a billboard may stand

Globe: Home from war, but not free from it: Program helps vets readjust

Globe: Will Yoon's bravos become votes?

October 29, 2005

Globe Op-Ed: Gambling help for stumbling ponies?

Globe: Savio beats Eastie: Girls Soccer:

Herald: Savio beats Eastie: Girls Soccer:

Globe: High School Football: A smooth ride for Southie

October 28, 2005

Herald: Yard signs assailed on mayoral campaign trail

Thoroughbred Times:
Injured jockey Lapensee clings to life; Suffolk upgrades ambulance staffing

Salem News: The prize winner of Massachusetts

Stoughton Journal: Massasoit Theatre Co. presents 'A Chorus Line' Nov. 11-13, 18-20 Cast includes Amanda Arruda of East Boston
 

October 27, 2005

Dover-Sherborn Press: Revolutionary War expert gives behind-scenes report

Wilmington Advocate: Brief news from Beacon Hill: Senate behind prescription drug plan

Herald: Jets (Soccer)  secure Boston City Division 1 Title

Globe: Boys Soccer Jets win division

October 26, 2005

Star-Tribune Vikings: Don't judge Jermaine Wiggins by his looks:

Herald: East Boston announced the hiring of Malcolm Smith

Globe: State plans to add $40m to boost new development

Globe: Senate president proposes a shield law: Bill seeks to guard identity of sources

Braintree Forum: Triple wedding - three sisters brides

October 2
3, 2005

Globe: Jonas: Are slots a good bet for Boston?

San Francisco Chronicle: S.F. Clipper ships tied to West Coast: Photos give evidence of early industry in the Bay Area

New America.org: In Italy, Al Qaeda Turns to Organized Crime for Protection

October 22, 2005

Globe: Eastie has bragging rights E.B. 41 - Savio 6

Herald: Right to brag all Jets' again

CBSNews4: 3,000 City Year Participants Serve Boston Saturday

October 21, 2005

Malden Observer: Arrest log

Globe: Medicaid provider will add dental: Move may pressure other plans in state to offer the benefit

Help those who need it in the Gulf Coast

October 20, 2005

All Headline News: MA Businessman Challenges Kennedy for Seat

Herald: Your ship has come in: Navy supplier Sterlingwear launches line of peacoats for civilians

Shrewsbury Chronicle: Bill expands poll worker eligibility

Roslindale West Roxbury Transcript: Menino: Schoolyard initiatives give children a safe, fun place to play

Globe: Legislators' trip could delay work in House

Globe: State unemployment rate rises to 4.7 percent

October 19, 2005

Insurancejournal.com: Feds Investigate Boston's Logan Airport for Rash of Near-Collisions

Pembroke Mariner: Football team unable to ground EB Jets:

October 18, 2005

Townonline: A triple wedding for three sisters 85 years ago

Globe: Black group is backing Hennigan

October 18, 2005

Herald: Role models or recruiters? Expanding JROTC still has critics

BostonChannel.com: Body Found In Storm Drain

Globe: Groups oppose putting LNG station on parkland

Globe: Archdiocese defends bid to stop fund-raiser: Says parties in hall are inappropriate

Remains ID'd as those of E. Boston man

October 17, 2005

WHDH-TV: Authorities identify body found in storm drain

Herald: McPhee: A new low in battle over E. Boston church:

Salem News 10/17:  Study: Local cities high in pollution

AP 10/17: Travaglini: Senate will likely outdo House on Fenway area improvements

Washington Post: House GOP Leaders Set to Cut Spending: Leadership Shake-Up Spurred Policy Shift

October 16, 2005

Newsday (Long Island, NY): At first, a brewhouse romance

Globe:Allis: Exiting gracefully How long is too long to be mayor?

October 15, 2005

Globe: East Boston defends winning streak

Herald: Jets extend streak to 18

Daily Item of Lynn: Berry 'humbled' by NSCC building named in his honor

October
13, 2005

Globe: A search for beauty, a trail of tears: Woman sues salon after falling ill

Globe: Poor areas seen more burdened by waste: Study also finds racial inequities

Globe: Walk will honor memory of babies

Daily News Tribune: School soccer: Mustangs make point with rally

October 12, 2005

Globe: Discovery of body in culvert probed

October 11, 2005

Harvard Crimson: Police log

Globe: Faulty radar serving Logan leaves thousands stranded: Monitors show objects that don't exist; solution uncertain

Herald; Driven to distraction: Judge driving on pulled license claims he was unaware of status

October 10, 2005

Globe: Visitors won't discover some city areas via map

Globe editorial: Readiness in Boston

October 9, 2005

Globe: Trash hauler sues Waltham over contract

October 8, 2005

Herald: Hughes lifts East Boston over W. Roxbury 14-6

Globe: Savio Prep Girls Soccer: McCarthy makes first goal a winner

Herald: Savio beats Winthrop 1-0

Globe: Shot for 3d time, man critically injured: 2 others hurt in attack at Grove Hall apartment

Globe: Late Logan flights exceed US average: Trips to Newark on time the least

October 7, 2005

Herald: Senate OKs slots, GOP bolts Romney

Thoroughbred Times: Massachusetts Senate approves bill allowing VLTs at Suffolk Downs

Globe: High School Football Roundup

Quincy Patriot Ledger: Falling for apples

October 6, 2005

Globe: Street cleaning scofflaws targeted: City Council backs higher parking fines

Globe: 2 arrested in separate bank robberies: Downtown, E. Boston hit

Herald: Slots hit jackpot: Senate president backs racetrack plan

Globe: Coach is team's letter man: Chelsea's Atkins puts A's and B's before X's and O's

October 5, 2005

Herald: Junior Isaac Jenkins lead Savio Prep past Trinity Catholic

Globe: Modern, accessible Maverick Station in works for E. Boston:

Herald: Open doors present school security issues

Globe: He is wooing wider support for reelection and future hopes

October 4, 2005

Herald: Fenway Faithful: Let’s do it again!

Globe: State revenues up $317 million; Romney calls for tax rollback

Daily News Tribune: Man accused of robbing supermarket bank has possible alibi

October 3, 2005

Herald: McPhee: The Vatican blind to its responsibilities in Boston

Herald: Boston police respond to scene of a possible murder on Border Street

October 2, 2005

Globe: A search for beauty, and then a trail of tears: A woman sues a now-shut salon

Globe: Citing business venture, Bolster opts out of race for WInthrop Town Council seat

Globe: Ole! Throwing a party for your health

October 1, 2005

Globe: Ex-priest pleads guilty to raping boys: He is sentenced to eight to 11 years

September 30, 2005

BU Daily Free Press: Struggles and success for Boston Latinos

September 29, 2005

PRNewsWire: Bunker Hill Community College Receives Grants to Address Boston Race-Based Health Care Disparities

Herald: Car insurance brakes: AG pushes for 18 percent rate drop

Herald: Tracks put big money on top-gun lobbyists

September 28, 2005

AP: Flynn, White to compete in general election

September 27, 2005

Lowell Sun: Odds good that gambling will dominate Beacon Hill

Fitchburg Sentinel and Enterprise: Officials to weigh stakes of more gambling

September 26, 2005

Herald: Mass. racetracks ready to confront neigh-sayers

September 25, 2005

Globe: New neighborhoods gaining $1m cachet: Seven-figure sales in Eastie, Fenway

Globe: Coming of age in the foster-care system

Norwich (CT) Bulletin: Local authors get their time on the bookshelf

September 24, 2005

Herald: Accused teen killer's friends: He said he `doinked' someone

Herald:
Racetracks: All or nothing: Bet everything to win slots

Sentinel and Enterprise: $80M proposed for winter fuel assistance

September 23, 2005

Globe: This weekend's games: (Fri) Pope John at Savio Prep, 7. (Fri) Eastt Boston vs. O'Bryant at White Stadium, 7.

September 22, 2005

Roslindale West Roxbury Transcript: Time to get out the vote

September 2
1, 2005

Globe: Donations split among candidates for council seats: Developers, lawyers split contributions

Globe: Error puts a hole in Big Dig budgeting: Project forced to take $67m from state fund

September 20, 2005

Globe: Archbishop seeks calm over closing of churches: Meetings mark a shift in strategy

September 19, 2005

Boston University Daily Free Press (rr): There and back again: East Boston: land of sausage and fried Oreos

Globe: S. Boston parish education center now to stay open

Daily Item of Lynn: St. Mary's uses special teams to defeat Savio Prep

Globe: "Survivor" Richard Hatch pleads innocent to tax evasion

September 18, 2005

Globe: Four held after teen charged with armed teen targets EBHS

Globe: Logan airport considers traffic lights to boost runway safety

September 17, 2005

Globe: Eastie cools Latin Academy's jets

Globe: Heavy questions for contenders-to-be (Savio)

September 16, 2005

Allston-Brighton Tab: Senate chief: Drunk driving, welfare tops agenda

September 15, 2005

Herald: Hub has thirst to serve up more biz

September 14, 2005

The Jamaica Observer: Thompson steps closer to 2,500 career wins

Globe: Reserved parking is in the works at Logan

AP: Immigrants drive housing market, change industry

September 12, 2005

Globe: Police cadet praised for reviving boy

Herald: High five nearing 200

September 11, 2005

Globe: Exiles from Main Street, warily: A city program gets cool eye

Herald: One for the books

Daily News Transcript: A barrel of fun: Thousands flock to Walpole for Oktoberfest

Herald: Savio Prep stops Marian

September
9, 2005

Arrive.net: Food Available to Victims of Hurricane Katrina Residing in Massachusetts; Project Bread to Provide Emergency, Long-term Help

Foster's Online: 'Survivor' winner indicted for failing to pay taxes on winnings

September 8, 2005

U.S. Newswire: Grand Jury Indicts 'Survivor' Winner Richard Hatch on Charges of Tax Evasion and Defrauding Charitable Contributors

Yahoo Finance: Papa Gino's 'Rolls Out' New Rustic Pizza, Celebrating 100th Anniversary of Pizza in America

Boston Herald: Backs to the forefront: Malerba, Gilmore take Eastie reins

Globe: Proud tradition in East Boston

Globe: They're cleaning up a lazy river

Herald: Similar course for Jets: Hope to repeat city title

Concord Journal: A look at the hurricane of 1938

September 6, 2005

Globe: Interpreters needed even after doctors study languages

September 5, 2005

Globe: SoWa? EaBo? Boston plays name game

Editor's Note: To traditionalists, East Boston will always been known as "Eastie" Remember that!

September 4, 2005

Herald: Hub makes way for refugees

Herald: Hub extends helping hand:

MetroWest Daily News: Police log:

September 3, 2005

Globe: Logan to shut key runway for week

September 2, 2005

Herald: 'Cane prompts panic at pumps

Globe: Charter school's officials challenge Driscoll: Education chief threatens closure

September 1, 2005

Globe: Aid eyed for Logan impact: Winthrop seeks boost from state

Globe: A personal touch: If you're collecting tolls, it helps to be a people person. Just ask Joe Tavella, who enjoys life outside the Fast Lane

Globe: Clinic doctor's death raises questions: System failed to monitor him after child porn charge

August 31, 2005

Globe: City's parks experience a renaissance: But battles remain over crime, upkeep

Newton Tab: Opposition to gay marriage ban-civil union plan builds

Morning Sentinel: CHINA FEMA official recalls life of disasters

August 30, 2005

Renewable Energy Access: New Solar, Wind Rebate Program Launched:Renewable Energy Trust unveils $5 million to support 400-500 clean energy installations

August 29, 2005

THEY NEVER LEARN! IT'S ALWAYS MORE! POLS WANT TO HIKE --ER "UPDATE" -- EXCISE TAXES:  Globe 8/28: State may be asked to raise excise tax: Car rate, state aid listed in report

August 28, 2005

Globe: State may be asked to raise excise tax: Car rate, state aid listed in report

Globe: Sir Galahad rides the Green Line

August 26, 2005

Globe:DiMasi sees defeat of ban on gay marriage: Amendment losing votes, lawmakers say

Herald: Travaglini's vote timing miffs foes of gay wed ban

Allston Brighton Tab: Profile of Socialist candidate for mayor Laura Garza

August 25, 2005

Globe: Fire claims restaurant, apartments in Chelsea

Globe: Brighton parish sues over closings

Globe: Women also contributed to the war effort

Globe: Power pitcher, 54, defies injury odds

Herald: Charter schools resist union bid

August 24, 2005

Globe: Petruccelli  to vote against marriage ban;

Attorney General's Office: Dorchester man pleads guilty to fraudulently collecting workers' comp while continuing to work

Globe: Massport plans Logan security upgrade

August 23, 2005

Daily Times Tribune: AG Reilly scoffs at industry rate cut

Airport Business: Repairs at Logan Airport Stir Fears of Delays

Associated Press: Boston man pleads guilty to workers comp fraud

August 22, 2005

August 21, 2005

Globe: The secret beauty at your doorstep;

Globe: A union leader with fire in his belly, and blood

August 19, 2005

Daily Item of Lynn: It's light's out for suspected brothel

Globe: Scooter rally enthusiasts are free and easy riders

Globe: Pedal power driving out crime, Boston police say

August 18, 2005

Christian Today: Thousands of Young Catholics Gather to Share Faith at World Youth Day

August 17, 2005

Herald: It’s a bird, it’s a plane … it’s a suspect

Globe: Police chase, save suspect in lofty perch: Man hung from 3d-floor windows in East Boston

August 16, 2005

Globe: Big Dig springs new leaks as old leaks get fixed

Globe: Home inspector is fined, forced from state board

Globe: Watching a neighborhood come together: Movie night brings neighbors together North End reclaims park for movie night

August 15, 2005

Herald: Punks stab Eastie cyclist 7 times

Globe: MBTA updates maps in stations

Herald: Rate cut is nice but reform is nicer

August 14, 2005

Globe: Bypass road gets US OK, but there's still Massport

Globe: Fringes of the city: Boston beckons, but some buyers can't afford the prices. So they're turning to emerging neighborhoods.

Globe: After suicide, shaken family rallies, wonders

August 12, 2005

Globe: Officers sue Suffolk County sheriff

Globe: Massachusetts, Rhode Island officials to appeal LNG decision

August 11, 2005

Globe: Supplier of Big Dig concrete investigated: Assurances voiced on safety

August 10, 2005

BostonChannel.com: Extreme Makeover: East Boston:

BostonChannel.com: Neighborhood Centers May Ease Health Care Crisis: Centers Off Care Close To Where People Live

Globe: Mass. auto insurers set to seek a rate cut: Industry proposal could impede Romney plan

BostonSF.com: Boston's Hot Condo Market: Upward and Outward

Herald: Too close for comfort

Globe: Checking out churches

August 9, 2005

USAToday: Logan runway collision avoided

August 8, 2005

Globe: Cities lured by hybrids Communities see way to save, lead

August 7, 2005

Herald: Tracks now trying to explore options

Herald Editorial:
Suiting up for a fight

Globe: Message of equality finds place in the sun: Project in works for monument to poetic harmony

August 6, 2005

Globe: Massport criticized on public outreach: Meeting notices called inadequate

Herald: Embattled Eastie church parishioners surrounded:

Globe: St. Jeremiah plea rejected, but O'Malley allows Mass: Baptism planned as vigil continues

Globe: Along the coast, fishermen angle for advantage

August 5, 2005

WPRI Providence FoxNews 12: Lightning, heavy rains hit several communities

Globe: Second lane briefly back in Sumner

Billerica Minuteman - Redistricting reform advocates push for vote

August 4, 2005

Herald: T races against ravages of time

Herald: Not all the snowbirds flew out of Eastie

Roslindale West Roxbury Transcript:
Menino: B-SMART partners police, community

Bloomberg: Boston Gridlock Inevitable, Father of `Big Dig' Says

Tewksbury Advocate: Officer's hunch leads to arrest

ZDN
ET: Boston airport battles with free Wi-Fi

Globe obit: Stephen DiBlasi, mechanic; at 40

August 3, 2005

Globe: Boston woman pleads guilty to stabbing lover, dumping body;

Newton Tab: Redistricting reform activists planning their next hubbub

August
2, 2005

Herald: Feds gang up on MS-13, nab 63 alleged members

Globe: 63 accused gang members seized in Mass. : Crackdown is part of a federal effort

Globe: Teen to face DUI charge in deadly drag race

MetroWest Daily News: Being Brazilian in America

August 1, 2005

Washington Post: Feds Make More Than 500 Gang Arrests

Globe: City said no to remedies in voting bias case: Cites lack of data from US

July 31, 2005

AP: Wave of immigration from Mexico grows in Northeast

Globe: And they're off...: For challenger Maura Hennigan and Mayor Thomas M. Menino, a day on the campaign trail requires a keen ear, quick feet, and lots of pit stops

Globe: Weekend warriors, with a continental fan club

Globe: From the gridiron to the front office: New Merrimack athletic director has wealth of experience

July 30, 2005

AP: U.S. Alleges Voting Bias in Boston;

July 29, 2005

Herald: Letter may lead cops to puppy poison perp

Watertown Tab:
Baseball team brawls for indie film

Watertown Tab: New home irks Wilson Ave
Excerpt:  "It's disgusting ... this guy came in here and raped the neighborhood with this thing," she said. "It looks like East Boston, you might as well touch the houses together. It's not the character of the town."

Malden Observer:  Desmond appointed to Boston Municipal Court

NewJersey.com: WPU hopeful shot dead

July 28, 2005

Herald: Who poisoned poor Olly? Fiend scattered deadly dog food in Eastie park

Stoneham Sun: As recess nears, immigrant tuition discount bill languishes

Burlington Union: Immigrant tuition discount bill in limbo

Globe: Police boost Mattapan role after killings

Globe: N.H. offer lets drivers into the Fast Lane for $5

Globe: Audit finds Big Dig tunnel leaks cost more than $38 million

July 27, 2005

WeeklyDig.Com: What’s worse: Racial inequality or rampant gentrification?

Globe: Suspicions on flight force stop at Logan

KeepMeCurrent. com: Mountain presents its own challenges

July 26, 2005

Herald: Bullet ended teen’s dream

Globe: McGrory: Do you hear me now?

Globe: Lennar makes another Fan Pier bid: Fla. builder offers less as owner faces city pressure to sell

July 25, 2005

Nashua Telegraph: Studio owner,Tokyo Joe, waiting to give away $30,000 to deserving families

Herald: Blue Hill block sees another victim of violence

Globe:  2 East Boston men arrested in drug sting

Globe: Where's 'Little Mr. Victory'?

July 24, 2005

Globe:  Billboards in your face: As billboard business booms and blighted sites are turned into prime public spaces, a battle is building over boards some say are too close for comfort

Globe: Teen fatally shot while visiting site of earlier killing

Globe: Over 60, trio gains degrees, confidence

Milford Daily News  Mark Felger: One last haul for Bavaro?

Globe: Bacteria alarm at Revere Beach can't keep them all out of water

July 23, 2005

Globe: Reality TV's Worth (EB) it

AP: Boston man charged with taking payments for cars he never delivered

AG: East Boston man arraigned in cross-country Ebay car sales scam

July 22, 2005

SouthofBoston.com: Taunton twins arrested in Oxycodone ring

Allston-Brighton Tab: Mayor’s Cup Youth Baseball Tournament

Lexington Minuteman: Guest Commentary: Fight Massport's plans for future of Hanscom

July 21, 2005

Burlington Union: New program offers $209M in incentives for "green homes"

Somerville Journal: Alibrandis closing in on playoffs

July 20, 2005

Jamaica Observer: Thompson extends lead with double at Suffolk Downs

Somerville Journal: Boston on film

July 19, 2005

Globe: Ex-FBI agent pleads innocent to 1982 mob slaying

July 18, 2005

Globe: Group reels in cleanup funds: MWRA relents, gives $5k share

July 17, 2005

New York Times: The Geopolitics of Two Cities in a Peanutshell

July 16, 2005

Herald: E.Boston man guilty in wife's slaying

Herald: Victim's family dresses down murderer

Herald: Man accused of threatening to kill plane passengers to be released

ExMaxHealth:
Weight Status of Children ages 8 to 15 Predicts Obesity and High Blood Pressure in Adulthood

Globe: Ferry prospects

ON VACATION 7/8 - 7/16

July 7, 2005

Boston Business Journal: Romney announces $209M in 'green' housing funds;

Herald: Gov pitching green incentives

Medford Transcript: Former wrestling coach indicted for sexual assault

Herald: Summer Jam helps Boston rediscover reggae

WHDH-TV- One More Church Spared As Review Committee Completes Work

GOOD NEWS FOR THE AMERICAN DREAM

Voice of America: Immigrant Homebuyers Keep U.S. Housing Market Hot

July 6, 2005

Herald: Errant ram not sheepish about train tracks

July 5, 2005

Globe:  Welcome pledge: Foreign-born military personnel among new US citizens

Portland Press: Man arrested in roommate's fatal stabbing

July 4, 2005

WMTW.com (Maine) Suspect In Portland Stabbing Arrested In Massachusetts

July 3, 2005

Globe: Cleanup to aid a dying breed

July 2, 2005

Securityinfowatch.com: Major rental car facility proposed for Logan International

Herald: Harborwalk almost a reality: City near finishing waterfront pathways

July 1, 2005

WEBWIRE: Project Bread to Give $245,000 to Summer Programs; Kids to Get Food With Fun at 53 Programs in 18 Cities Across Massachusetts

Daily News Transcript: Romney vetoes Walpole prison and (EB YMCA) money

Globe: Romney officials hold up $1.2m for Big Dig work

June 30, 2005

Globe obit: Antonio Colarusso, laborer; at 64

Globe: With bikes and basketball, Menino eyes safer city

Westford Eagle: North bests South in Shriners Football Classic

June 29, 2005

Herald: Additional indictment filed against former coach

Globe: Logan car rental facility gets 2d look: Plan to put 8 firms in one location faces funding, site hurdles

Globe: Former coach faces additional indictment for sex abuse

June 28, 2005

Globe: 'Malley backs off closing Peabody-Salem parish: Offers chapel plan to E. Boston group

Herald: On `Average,' a good life: Boston's Brian Worth rides reality wave with `Joes Strike Back'

Herald: Finneran deputizes an old House deputy

June 27, 2005

Globe: 15 hopefuls qualify to vie for 4 citywide council seats

June 26, 2005

Globe: A summer of little glamour, lots of work

Globe: Season for successes

BBC on this day in 1963: Warm welcome for JFK in Ireland

June 25, 2005

Boston Herald: Woman claims CVS gave her bald meds for allergy script

Woburn Daily Times: Father Wayne Belchner critical of critics of church

San Mateo Daily Journal: East Boston’s Figgers new Aragon coach

Free Internet Press: Woman Mugged At Logan Airport - $46,950 Stolen, By the DEA

Associated Press: Aviation officials probe near-miss at Logan Airport

Globe: Appeals court upholds EPA on letting older plants pollute more

June 24, 2005

Herald: Bunker Hill housing project tops BPD list of most violent areas

Herald: Ex-Savio coach indicted in teen rapes

Globe: Ex-teacher charged with rape of youths: Suspect coached Savio wrestlers

North Adams Transcript: Romney health care plan aims to cover all

Yahoo: Elderly and Disabled on SSI to Get Food Benefit

June 23, 2005

Herald: Priest lambastes church critics

Herald: Reputed gang member held in machete attack

Globe: City may convert 21 schools to K-8 model

Danvers Herald: Historical Society publishes new collections


Medford Transcript:  Medford man arrested in OxyContin ring

June 22, 2005

Herald: Budget off course: GOP teed off over reps' golf outing

Globe: DNA evidence helps convict man in 1997 rape

June 21, 2005

Boston Herald: Eastie parish lobbies for chapel status

Daily News Transcript: Police nab East Boston man wanted on 10 warrants

June 20, 2005

bloodhorse.com: Winston Thompson Records Suffolk Six-Pack

Beacon Journal of Ohio: Akron's aweigh: Erie Railroad tugboat, a tribute to Rubber City, hauled freight in New York Harbor for decades

Globe: Vietnam prime minister launches U.S. tour

Daily News Transcript: Police nab East Boston man wanted on 10 warrants

June 19, 2005

Globe: Talk about race: Quietly, under the media radar, some folks are tackling Boston's touchiest topic

Globe: True believer: Father Kennedy's fanfare for common man (Editor's note: More proof clergy should stick to the Gospels and not politics or economics but the Globe loves this kind of feature!)

Globe; Sports Notebook

June 18, 2005

Globe: Two men charged in botched robbery; 3d suspect sought: FBI had group under surveillance

Herald: Judge sends pair of OldFellas off to prison:

Globe: No reprieve, but new hope: Some encouraged, others bitter at O'Malley reversal

June 17, 2005

BostonChannel.com Teen Homeless After Burn Recovery: Family Needs Help Reuniting Siblings

Westford Eagle: Town receives state forestry management grant

June 16, 2005

Herald: Funeral home thinks of the living

Roslindale West Roxbury Transcript: Make it a summer of arts in the parks

Globe: For burn victim, mourning tinges hope

Westford Eagle: Outdoor science: East Boston Camps serves as natural classroom

Boston Phoenix: Real girls play tackle:The Mass Mutiny, JP’s full-contact women’s pro-football team, pulls no punches

June 15, 2005

Herald: Menino gets more gambling money;

June 14, 2005

Daily Item of Lynn: St. Mary's vice principal headed to Savio

Globe: Brian McGrory: Slots at track are a bad bet

June 13, 2005

Herald: Cops find car of slain Dorchester woman

Globe: Vehicle recovered in slaying of store: 2 others stabbed over the weekend

June 12, 2005

Herald: Senseless slaying in Dorchester: `Hot' 'hood needs police presence, victim's family says

Globe: East Boston man stabbed to death: Woman is also found dead in Dorchester

Globe: Taking it off the streets: Prostitution changes with times

Globe: New rooms with a view: More building is in the pipeline

June 11, 2005

Globe editorial: Main attraction

Globe: Code forces older residents to sweat it out: Switching heat off unlawful, owners say

Somerville Journal: Pitcher Auciello silences East Boston High

Springfield Republican: EB teen's business idea lauded

June 10, 2005

Thoroughbred Times: Suffolk Downs reinstates four stakes after redistributing Moseley purse

Lowell Sun: Unlimited' chance to honor jockey great Baez

June 9, 2005

Townonline.com:Boston Recycling announces drop-off days

Globe: Div 3 North Softball

June 8, 2005

Globe 6/8: City Council set to reject $2b budget: Will pressure Menino for more services

June 7, 2005

Digital Divide Network: Assistive Technologies: The Story of the Access Fund EB"s Zumix benefits.

You don't say! Globe: Transcript shows Kerry's Yale grades similar to Bush

June 6, 2005

Globe: Exhaust pollution is no idle concern

Globe: Into the Mystic

June 5, 2005

Globe: The First Big Dig: Scenes from Joe McKendry's new illustrated history of the Boston subway

Metrowest Daily: Run to glory

Globe: How loose a leash for teens in an uncertain age?

Globe: A major push is on to bring retail and housing development -- and with it, people -- back to the once-neglected river

June 4, 2003

EMediawire: Twenty-One New England Dreamers Vie for $25,000 Cash Prize

Daily Item of Lynn: At the Post: Splendid Blended may be vulnerable

Brockton Enterprise: Easton school reconstruction bids exceed funding

June 3. 2003

Herald: Mayor hits paydirt at track: Contributions roll in as he endorses slots

Globe: Antigambling group blasts Menino stand on slots

Whittier Daily News: Cabrera hasn't left Angels short

MetroWest Daily News: Debate rages over lower tuition for state's illegal immigrants

June 2, 2005

Globe: Catholic churches put on historic endangered places list

Roslindale West Roxbury Transcript: Local political races begin to shape up

Boston Globe: O'Bryant shows its mettle in winning a pair of titles

June 1, 2005

Globe: Police speed analysis in rape case

Globe: Refrigerant leak closes roads, bridges

May 31, 2005

Daily Item of Lynn: Revere Beach Boulevard crash leaves one dead

Globe: Assault in taxicab prompts warning to female passengers: Women are urged to exercise caution

May 30, 2005

Daily Item of Lynn: R.I. woman says she was raped in taxi

May
29, 2005

Globe: Airport neighbors' fight shifts from runways to roadways

Bostonchannel.com: Woman Raped By Cab Driver, Police Say

Globe: The silence of the limbs: Mimes fight litter, promote Colombia

Globe: "Former Colombian star midfielder Carlos Valderrama will participate in the inauguration of the East Boston Academia de Futbol today. A parade is scheduled at noon, followed by a clinic at LoPresti Park".

Herald: Big stakes: Troubled horse tracks betting on slots to revive their fortunes

Herald: BPD Thunder team strikes like lightning

Globe: Students say walking this way just isn't safe

May 2
8, 2005

Lowell Sun: Bank-rob suspect charged after chase

Herald: In slay wake, O'Toole seeks to comfort JP

Boston Herald: Pols charge cover-up as Pike tunnel woes mount

May 27, 2005

Globe: For fashionable shoppers, his stylish music fits

Herald: Cabbies say Massport takes toll on earnings

Herald: Pike springs new leak: AG told yesterday about months-old problem

Daily Item of Lynn: Lawmakers sound off on slots in Mass.

Daily Item of Lynn: Hard-luck stories rampant in gambling town

Marblehead Reporter: Ladies of the sea

Globe: Cleanup begins after storm damage, outages

May 26, 2005

Somerville Journal: Pitcher Auciello silences East Boston High

Saugus Advertiser: Growing up

May 25, 2005

Herald: Suffolk : We need slots or we'll fold;

May 24, 2005

Herald: Tom bets on slots: Mayor: Jobs can be saved with gaming at racetracks

Berkshire Eagle: State Senate shuns debate on tax rate

May 23, 2005

Wizbang: Hacks v. Hacks

May 22, 2005

Globe: Here goes the neighborhood!

Globe: Unsinkable crowds wait to view aircraft carrier: Tourists turned away at gate find other sights

Herald: An American nightmare: Immigrant's hope for a new life

Herald: `Unbelievable' dealing$: Catholic group charges pension-fund abuses

Herald: It's just not fare: Cabbies strand Eastie passengers, violate regs
 

May 21, 2005

Herald: The dog days of Sumner

Beverly Citizen: Memorial students hoof for hunger
 

May 20, 2005

Globe: City workers display Menino muscle: Gather signatures on vacation time

Globe: Delays at Sumner Tunnel expected through July

Bostonworks.com: Bringing the best to nursing

May 19, 2005

May 18, 2005

Boston Business Journal: Judge OKs Syratech  reorganization plan

Globe: Developing challenges: LNR jumps into Bay State with large-scale plans

Herald: Fare to middlin’: Technical hiccups hinder T pass debut

Globe: Four candidates collecting signatures to take on mayor:18 vie for at-large seats on council

May 17, 2005

Berkshire Eagle: Boston: Travaglini returns to work after surgery

Globe: First 2 phases of Maverick Gardens formally opened

Globe: 'Distraught' girl in court: Arraigned in death of boyfriend, 19

Herald: Pals: Jealous rage led pregnant teen to kill boyfriend

May 16, 2005

PRWEB: BRAC Statement from ShhAir Re: Hanscom Air Force Base

Herald: Falling water

May 15. 2005

Globe: Opponents vow fight after state OK's Logan lot

Globe: Reservations about handicapped parking

South of Boston.com: A senior moment for B-R's Lin

May 14, 2005

Globe: Help is sought in death of race dogs: Outbreak among worst in 15 years

May 13, 2005

Globe: Help is sought in death of race dogs

Herald: Southboro man is big Derby winner

Beverly Citizen: Endicott hosts author, archaeologist discussion

May 12, 2005

Globe: Travaglini recovering after surgery

Herald: Gay-wed debate date set with Travaglini sidelined

Swampscott Reporter: Letter: Friends we never knew

May 10, 2005

Globe: Man arrested at airport on gun charge

Globe: Swimming lessons: Germs in pools grow as threat

Daily News Transcript: CC keeps berth

Boston Independent Media Center: Living in the Shadows: Undocumented Children Strive to Succeed

May 9, 2005

Civil Rights.org: Day of Commemoration, Disruption

May 8, 2005

Globe: Local activists float plan to shift Logan flight paths: Group taking aim at noise pollution

May 7, 2005

VDare: Latinos Litter. Who Dares Say That?

Allston Brighton Tab Editorial: Time to stop city sneaks from swap

UMASS:
Football Banquet Honors Top Players

May 6, 2005

Herald: Massport $nubs Eastie: Activists: Promises unfulfilled

Herald: Catholics stiff P.R. collection: Refuse to fund church’s media operation

Globe: City seeks Navy promise of no live fire in exercise

Providence Journal: Jim Donaldson: Horse racing no longer a punter's paradise

Watertown Tab: Watertown woman allegedly robs bank

Metro
west Daily News: Five hurt in Pike accident

May 5, 2005

Herald: U.S. Navy declares ‘war’ in Southie

Globe: Hijacking drill, including hostages, is set for Logan

Cambridge Chronicle: Police briefs: Cops chase bank robbers through I-93 tunnels

Globe: Vennochi: How to stop the killing of Boston youths?

May 4, 2005

Herald: For addicts, pills pave a precarious path

BU Daily Free Press: From kegs to fake IDs, Council bills target students

Nashua Telegraph: Passenger with gun at airport charged

May 3, 2005

Herald: Massport bonus bonanza: Agency doles out $600G as fees, tolls rise

Globe:
Mime plan's language draws offense:E. Boston residents say Latinos maligned

Globe: Condo conversions spreading

May 2, 2005

Associated Press: Former state senator Umana dies

WCSH-6 Portland: Man arrested for having loaded gun in Logan Airport

May 1, 2005

Globe: Over their protests, new runway begun: Residents fear battles to come

Herald: Meatpacker claims sex slavery at sausage plant

Globe: Recalling smallpox, pig on the hill: Middle schoolers to showcase city's little-known lore

April 30, 2005

Herald: Suffolk hits big 7-0

April 29, 2005

Gifts and Decorate Accessories: Silvestri Finds New Buyer

(eastboston.com was on vacation. 4/29-5/2)

April 28, 2005

Globe: Area officials warn of busy brush fire year

Herald: Sinking cash into Big Dig gets too real

Globe:
2 charged in bank robbery after chase

Herald: War and remembrance: Vietnam casts long shadow on local lives

Arlington Advocate: Home invasion suspect kills self

Hamilton Wenham Chronicle: Greilich: Down at Eddie C's in Maverick Square

The Boston Channel.com: Fleeing Robbers Toss Cash From Car Window: Other Motorists Scoop Up Discarded Cash

Boston Phoenix: A lethal spike: After months of relative quiet, Boston saw nine unrelated murders in 20 days

Boston Magazine:
Bubble Trouble: From the April 2005 issue.

April 27, 2005

Herald: Dognapper’s bark worse than bite: Pup saved after suspect threatened to behead him

Globe: Priest pleads not guilty to rape charges

Salem News: Editorial: Long haul for new Logan runway

April 26, 2005

Globe: NU's Ezekiel will sign with Buffalo

UMass News: UMass' Demers Signs With Cincinnati; Peebler Headed to Philadelphia

Globe: Menino signals intent for 4th term

CollegeSports.com: UMass' Demers Signs With Cincinnati; Peebler Headed to Philadelphia

April 24, 2005

Globe: Priest ordered to stay away from Travaglini home: Was protesting stem cell measure

Herald: Archdiocese stems priest's cell research protest vigil

Globe: The old firehouse will be alive, with the sound of music

April 22, 2005

Globe: House approves bill to boost energy supplyDemocrats lose fight over LNG facilities

Globe: Immigrants seek tuition change Lobby to pay lower in-state rate at UMass

April 21, 2005

Herald: Zero hour, Eastie time zone: Cop crackdown KO's neighborhood crime, boosts morale

Herald: Minorities' hopes again put on hold by Vatican

West Roxbury Transcript:Sal Giarratani/ Thinking out loud

April 20, 2005

Herald: Violent deportee nabbed in Winthrop

BU Daily Free Press:
For some bikes trump cars

April 18, 2005

Globe: Quietly, work on Logan runway begins: Massport says it will cut noise for nearby residents

Globe: High-risk Boston neighborhoods targeted in lead safety campaign

April 17, 2005

Globe: At somber centennial, hope lingers

April 15, 2005

Herald: 13-year-old girl, alleged pimp caught in cop sting

Globe: Six coaches get Hall call

April 15, 2005

Herald: 'We're not waiting' for 911: Eastie cops on offensive

New York Times: A Virtual Horse Race? Massachusetts Lottery's Plan for Game Angers Tracks

Malden Observer: Not your average Joe

Globe: Police to begin initiative to halt violence by girls on MBTA: Stepped up effort follows fights at transit stations

Harvard Crimson: SPOTLIGHT: SENOVIO K. SHISH ’05

April 14, 2005

Herald: Union: We may boycott harbor site

Herald: Springfield lawyer, two others named to bench:

Herald: Anti-gang program ramped up:

Daily Item of Lynn:
Cops bust minors' morning beer bash in Lynn


State House News Service
: Far-reaching election reforms debated this week

Casino City Times: Massachusetts Racing Leaders Concerned Lottery Game Will Take Business

April 13, 2005

Herald: Going the extra mile: Many Boston Marathon runners take to the streets for charity

PRNewsWire: Training Tips from a Few Thousand Friends

April 12, 2005

Lottery Post: Mass. horse racing officials raise concerns over new lottery game

Lowell Sun: Lowell's Hamburger Heroine

IndyMedia:
Rights to Immigration of Same-Sex Bi-national Married Couple

April 11, 2005

Herald: As world still weeps, parishes rev up fight

Globe: 5 parishes to keep vigils: 3 others say they may join them

Globe: Girl struck, killed by SUV mourned: Was sophomore at Boston Latin

April 10, 2005

Globe: For Buddhists here, a gentle rite of spring: Holiday will be a homecoming for many Vietnamese-Americans

Globe: Another prelate, another legacy: Romero called 'a model Christian'

Globe: 'Like a cruise that never ends...' New condo developments are launched on Boston's wharves

Herald: Faithful cause: Mass keeps solidarity among archdiocese's weakest churches

Thoroughbred Times:
Massachusetts racing leaders concerned lottery game will take business

Herald: Risky business: Oral sex popular with young teens

Globe: Girl dies after being struck by SUV in South End

Globe: Classic style a keeper in housing for elderly

April 9, 2005

New York Times: Early Morning Gatherings Offer Communal Farewells

Mansfield News: Rocky Graziano of EB to star in Edward Albee's short play Fam and Yam

Cape Codder: Catch 'Fever'

Globe: Jackson: Sowing hope against racism

April 8, 2005

Globe: Mother jumps to death from Tobin: Two children are left in car

Herald: Gang pair, including dangerous deportee, arrested

Herald:
Lay archdiocesan official confirms AG parish probe

April 7, 2005

Daily Item of Lynn: Lynn police bust up alleged brothel'

April 5, 2005

Herald Boston officials, clergy target youth violence

April 4, 2005

Herald: Suspects sought in slayings;

Globe: Leaders to gather against violence: Friends recall slaying victim

Boston Business Journal: Judge approves Syratech bankruptcy plan:

April 3, 2005

Herald: Two slain, including first woman of 2005

Globe: Housing prices up, sales down


Globe: Swimming in Chelsea Creek? Speak up, and it could happen

April 2, 2005

Globe: Pope's condition may slow appeals: 5 parishes await action by Vatican

Globe Governor concedes defeat on stem-cell bill

April 1, 2005

Globe:  O'Malley to reopen 2 occupied churches

Washington Times: Stem-cell measure passes Mass. Senate

Herald: Archdiocese spares 3 churches
 

March 31, 2005

Cambridge Chronicle: Cops nab 5 hookers

BU Daily Free Press: Boston high schools ban cell phones

Globe: Rules seek cleaner Chelsea Creek: New permits are open for comment

March 30, 2005

Herald: Two men indicted in drug smuggling sting

Pizza Marketing Quarterly:
Management and Bunker Hill Capital Acquire Papa Gino's Holdings Corp.

State House News Service:
Transportation issues drive Beacon Hill news

March 29, 2005

Globe: Man arraigned in eatery stabbing

March 27, 2005

Herald: 2 stabbed in Hub eatery

Herald: Easter's hope found in unlikely places

March 26, 2005

Globe: Two men are stabbed at East Boston eatery

Herald: O'Malley's Easter concessions seen as favoritism

Bangor News: Liberty company brings alternative energy home

Lowell Sun:
Audubon bid to oversee camps site doesn't fly


March 25, 2005

Boston Business Journal: Barnes School to become affordable housing for seniors

Boston Business Journal: BRA approves $110M East Boston condo, waterfront revitalization project:

Globe: BRA OK's waterfront condo project for East Boston

Cambridge Chronicle: Linton indicted for murder

March 24, 2005

Herald: Eastie church meets over money

Globe: Man gets 5 years for lying at 1999 trial

Harvard Crimson: Husband charged in murder of student

Herald: Art exhibit lets visitors see world through pets' eyes

Melrose Free Press: The end of vaudeville and a chance encounter with a famous survivor

Medford Transcript: Pope John cheerleaders win fifth straight title

March 23, 2005

Herald: Patchwork early fix failed in Big Dig tunnel

PRNewswire: East Boston Man Sentenced to Prison for Obstruction of Justice and Perjury During 1999 Mob Trial in Worcester, Reports U.S. Attorney

March 21, 2005

NewsTarget.com:Signs of adult obesity can come at puberty, says study

The BostonChannel.com:Firefighter, 51, Living Childhood Dream : Sullivan Spent Decades As Lock Operator At Charles River Dam

March 20, 2005

Globe: Airport's plans fuel discontent: Parking measures spur traffic concerns

Globe: City worker raises a flag issue: Ban on decals protested by veteran

Globe: Buyers gain ground in local real estate market: Increase in mortgage rates could lead to uptick in sales, industry observers say

March 19, 2005

Herald: Cellucci to the rescue for `fragile' Suffolk? Takes job with Canadian gambling empire;

Herald GOP starts `gang of 3' drumbeat

Globe Op-Ed: Save our greenspaces

March 18, 2005

Herald: High schools thankful for (steroids) `wake-up call'

Berkshire Eagle: Senate chief admits Legislature is four weeks behind schedule;

March 17, 2005

Herald: Rep. Frank bashes Amorello, urges accountability

West Roxbury Transcript:
Shot cop named officer of the year

Herald:
All-white recruits earn spot with Hub fire dept.

Globe:
The Irish immigrant past gets tie to today

Poll: Voters back stem-cell research

March 16, 2005

PRNewswire: North Shore Man Guilty of Bank Robbery, Reports U.S. Attorney

Herald: Body may be drug suspect

Globe:
Reilly investigates fraud at Big Dig contractors

AG's office: Framingham man sent to state prison for five to six years on gun charges

March 15, 2005

SPORTS Globe 3/15: Goalie refuses to let Lowell lose championship Lowell 1, Savio Prep 0

Herald: Feds nab 103 MS-13 gangsters in raids across U.S.

Herald: O'Malley launches parish $$ probes

Harvard Crimson: Youth Weight May Lead to Obesity

March 14, 2005

Nashua Telegraph: Regular parish audits planned

The Sweet Science: Memo to Don King: Welcome Back to Worcester

March 13, 2005

Globe: Charlestown's White lands the knockout shot (Charlestown 74, East Boston 72)

Globe: Winthrop commuters see red

Globe: Data suggest no clear line in obesity risk: Precautions apply to spectrum of children studied

March 12, 2005

Globe: Archdiocese plans to audit parish fundsReviews aim to open books to parishioners:

March 11, 2005

Salem News: East Boston too powerful for Salem

Herald: `Disgusted' Eastie churchgoers boiling mad over lost donations

Herald: Odds are some Mass. tracks will fold

Globe: Mayoral race underway: Hennigan kicks off drive, targeting schools, housing

Georgetown Record: Savio 67, Georgetown 48

Boston Channel: Church Members Claim Mismanagement By Former Pastor: Archdiocese Says It Will Investigate

March 10, 2005

Herald: Flock blames priest for missing funds: Closed Eastie church claims at least $200G gone

Herald: Parishioners believe Mary sent a sign

Herald: Raids target Mafia, reputed bookmaker

Herald: Excuses, excuses, excuses
 

March 9, 2005

Manchester Union Leader: Police look at Route 13 as drug pipeline to NH

Nashua Telegraph: Five charged in home invasion:

Globe: 2 officers sentenced for coverup

PRNEWSWIRE: Boston Police Officers Sentenced for Obstruction of Justice in Connection with Civil Rights Abuse Investigation, Reports U.S. Attorney

March 8, 2005

Globe: Senate leader targeted for supporting stem cell bill Catholic group protests outside E. Boston house

Globe: Travaglini eyes $100m for stem cell research;

Herald:  Mourners celebrate beloved teacher's life:

March 7, 2005

Herald: Slain teacher remembered as `Renaissance woman'

March 6, 2005

Globe: Salvadorans out of the shadows

March 5, 2005

Asian Week: Commentary: Yellow Journalism in 2005:

Salem News 3/5: Eastie crushes scrappy Masco:

Allston Brighton Tab: Menino announces application available for City Scholarship Fund:

March 4, 2005

Globe: 4 bishops condemn stem cell proposal: Urge Catholics to push for vote against Mass. bill

Malden Observer: Coach charged with abuse

Daily Item of Lynn: Two killed in high-speed bridge crash

Herald: Rep: Terrorist gang could infiltrate border

Herald: Cops probe Swampscott man's death

Globe: "Division 2 North: East Boston demolished Masconomet, 89-53, as Westley Perryman scored 25 points and Darell Flint chipped in 23"

H.S. Hoop 3/4: Div. 4 North Boys Basketball Savio Prep 67 Georgetown 48


March 3, 2005

Herald: Prosecutor: Man killed wife after clash with girlfriend

Herald:
Judge nixes lenient deal for mob-allied loanshark

Boston Business Journal: Air freight company sees growth in Boston market

Herald: Sidewalk shock for another dog:

Herald: City rips Todesca for road `hazard'

Globe:Cambridge man charged with murdering his wife: Teacher's body found in home
 

March 2, 2005

Globe 3/2:
Man is strangled after clothing snags in MBTA escalator:

Herald:  Man strangled in escalator horror: `Human error' blamed for Porter Sq. death;

Herald: Pellet-gun victim plans to sue cops for Fenway melee;

New York Times: On the Hudson, a Move Away From Residential Rentals (Roseland); H

March 1, 2005

Herald:
East Boston High students mourn slain math teacher

Globe East Boston students mourn 'great teacher'
 

Celebrate Women's History Month with
East Boston Women Artists
 
"East Boston is one of the most exciting centers of creativity and
talent in the greater Boston area.  The paintings of Maureen O'Connor
will be on view in the Mayor's gallery while the Scollay Square Gallery
will feature a group show of sixteen women artists, all from East Boston"
 
Exhibition Dates: March 1-March 31, 2005
Boston City Hall
Gallery Hours:  Monday -Friday 9-5pm
More information contact
The Mayor's Office of Arts, Tourism and Special Events
617-635-3245

February 28, 2005

Globe: Logan needs dozens of new security personnel for new terminal

Worcester Telegram & Gazette 2/28: Man arrested in North Carolina in wife's slaying in Cambridge

Globe: Friends remember David Brudnoy

Herald:Eyed in wife's murder, hubby nabbed in N. Carolina

Herald: Disabled down on T for lack of access:

February 27, 2005

Globe: 'Artistic intervention' for city youths: Colombian artist works with troupe of young dancers

Globe: Revere officials calling nightclub on carpet

ESPN Commentary: Horse racing: For love of the game

Nashua Telegraph: Five men charged in armed attack

Brockton Enterprise to Savio: Down: You're goons!

February 26, 2005

Globe: Eastie gets bragging rights

Brockton Enterprise: Charges may be filed in aftermath of hockey brawl

Taunton Gazette: Hot-headed hockey

Globe: Latin Academy clocks Jets

February 25, 2005

Globe Hoop Showdown set: Eastie-Townies:

Globe: A high five for Gomez;

Herald Killer: Brother's murder made me `time bomb'

Herald: Coach in sex case left MC for `unbecoming behavior';  

Daily News Tribune Salons fined for sanitary, license issues:

Lowell Sun: Ships That Sailed The Seas: Models of a bygone era on display at USS Constitution Museum:

February 24, 2005

Herald: Ex-coach charged with raping boy (Coach once worked at Savio Prep)

Globe: Man will likely plead guilty in beheading of prostitute

Boston Globe: Courts in need

Herald: Cop charged with larceny in detail scam

Globe:
Hub officer charged in detail pay scheme

Herald:
Buzz-worthy: What a rush! Artists compete in Red Bull can-art competition

Herald: Church sales win no friends at City Hall

Daily Item of Lynn: Decapitated body still not ID'd by police

February 23, 2005

Globe: Townies set sights on city bragging rights

February 22, 2005

Globe Editorial: Giving up hope

February 20, 2005

Globe: Pier One venture back in the works; reaction is mixed

Globe:  U.S. inspector general: no funds for Big Dig until leaks costs are known

February 18, 2005

BU Daily Free Press: CITY COUNCIL: Councilors say colleges must pay property tax

Malden Observer: Malden man cooperated Colombian native's conviction

Manchester Union Leader: Crack cocaine seized in Dover

Herald: Bids for 16 church properties are due

Herald: East Boston Boys Hockey - MP girls top Brighton, make tourney

February 17, 2005

Personal pleas ring at stem cell hearing: Legislators weigh views on science and morality

Globe: Hip, urban car service might aid street workers: But some doubt Zipcars fit role

Townonline: School sports round-up

Letter: East Boston Camps land purchase was 'wrong'

Globe: State House shift boosts local clout

Globe: MIAA shelves realignment for a year

February 16, 2005

Herald: Cities slug it out over `Champions' moniker

Herald:
No. 2 Charlestown pulls rank

February 15, 2005

Daily Item of Lynn: Jury acquits man in fatal Revere shooting

PRNewswire:
Lennar Enters Northeast With Urban Redevelopment Acquistion

The State SC: Homebuilder Lennar to buy New Jersey, Massachusetts properties;

Herald: Lennar lands Hub deal: Fla. firm buys condo projects "will take over an Eastie building plan that calls for 350 condos and 150 apartments from Roseland";

February 13, 2005

Globe: DiMasi's ascent brings local reversals of fortune

Globe: Eastie camp to be sold to suburb: City youths may keep legacy alive

Herald: 4 stabbed in Revere club lot

Globe: Residents applaud land purchase deal

Letter to the Globe: Taxpayers getting the runaround

Letter to Westford Eagle: Thank you to all who supported East Boston Camps
 

February 12, 2005

Daily News Transcript 2/12: Pedophile priest Porter adead at 70 ; 'grew up in working class East Boston'

February 11, 2005

Lynn Daily Item: Hub man nabbed at local bank

Brookline Tab:
Police Log

Herald: This ought to teach ’em a lesson: Educators back DA's `book report' sentence
 

February 10, 2005

Globe: Expanded gambling could hit close to home: Odds seem to favor racetrack slot machines

Bostonchannel.com: DA To Teens Read Book, Charges Dropped': Teens Arrested During Pats' Super Bowl Parade

Globe: 4 accused of home robbery, assault (Scroll down)

Westford Eagle: Editorial: Green is good

February 9, 2005

Globe Judge accepts manslaughter plea in decapitation of E. Boston man:

Herald: Beheading victim's kin confront his murderer

Local 10News: Man Admits He Buried Head In Fort Lauderdale Park: Boston Man To Plead Guilty To Manslaughter, Beheading

February 8, 2005

Herald 2/8 Lynn man will admit to Eastie beheading:

Globe: Guilty plea expected in slaying:

Lynn Daily Item: Beheadings suspect to plea out;

Pizza Marketing Quarterly: Customized Offering Brings Popular Italian Restaurant’s Menu to On-The-Go Consumers
 

February 7, 2005

Globe: Artery officials, land trust tussle over park payment

Globe: Immigrants to make silent plea: Mimes will speak of civic pride in common tongue

February  6, 2005

Globe: Lawsuit looms over T's plan to drop promised connector

Herald: Eastie streak snapped: Charlestown breaks Jets' unbeaten run

Lowell Sun: Voters to rule on East Boston Camps

February 5, 2005

PRNEWSWIRE: Columbian Native Convicted of Cocaine Trafficking, Reports U.S. Attorney

February 4, 2005

Globe : Delta will close Hub center, cut 353 jobs Airline aims to push more to book online:

Herald: Delta cutting 350 Hub jobs, surprising, angering pols

Boston Business Journal: Two Liberty Square sold for $15.2 million


February 3, 2005

Globe: JetBlue outlines massive Logan expansion: Airline aims for 100 daily flights by 2008

Insurance Journal: Opponents Win Stay of Mass. Auto Market Changes

Herald: ‘My spot’! Hub fights over slush

Herald: Models showcased at USS Constitution museum

Boston Phoenix: Access denied: Parsing the Boston archdiocese’s swipe at Mike Capuano

Westford Eagle: Selectmen reject citizens' petition

February 1, 2005

SPORTS: Girls Hoop: Senior Carol Pratt scored her 1,000 point in East Boston's 67-40 win over Hyde Park.

Lowell Sun: Westford selectmen  support payment for East Boston Camps.

January 29, 2005

Herald: Victim's kin irked at DA over parole info failure:

Herald: DiMasi, Travaglini forge close political, personal alliance

January 28, 2005

Allston-Brighton Tab: New youth center (Robert "Junior" Lewis of EB) head wants CCs to lift their weight

January 27, 2005

Tewksbury Advocate: Redistricting reform coalition confident reaching ballot in '08

January 26, 2005

Herald: Travaglini, DiMasi defend costs of `modernization'

Globe: Distrigas gives $1m in heating aid: But Boston says move doesn't allay LNG security fears

Lowell Sun: East Boston Camps takes limelight, but another Westford parcel is up for grabs

January 25, 2005

Herald: Report: Dig firms knowingly hid million$ in gaffes

Herald: Eastie mobster faces 15 years for a dead-end career: crime

Herald: Rail breakdowns T off commuters
 

January 24, 2005

Herald: Hub councilor: Shoveling won't be barrel of laughs

January 23, 2005

Herald: Bomb fear, terror woes cool down in the Hub

Herald MS-13 invading beyond its turf

Herald: Mother Nature rekindles battle for park place;

Delaware News Journal: Tankers bring energy, danger, fear:  

Delaware News Journal: Opinions differ on LNG, even within families:

January 22. 2005

Globe: Casino chief ready to spend (maybe on Suffolk Downs): Harrah's Loveman already has sites selected in Bay State:

January 21, 2005

Globe: New galleries off the beaten path: a selection of unlikely venues:

Globe: Revenge eyed as motive in terror tip

January 20, 2005

Herald advice: Have a plan before disaster strikes

Herald: Find them! Feds hunt ‘terror team’ as pols appeal for calm

Globe: 115-acre parcel's future unclear: Stepinskis' land is near site town is purchasing

Medford Transcript: MWRA looks to build water tank for Fells in 2009

January 19, 2005

Globe: Salt supplier fined about $10K over storage

Newton Tab: Redistricting reform coalition looks to 2008 ballot

Gloucester Daily Times: Hockey: Vikings ground Jets to snap losing streak

Juiceenewsdaily.com: Haunted Places in Mass: The library at the East Boston branch of the BPL?

January 16, 2005

Globe: Coffeehouse brings buzz to neighborhood: Restaurant is first to open under new city loan plan

Globe: New kids on the dock: A liveaboard couple survive their first Boston winter along Eastie's shore

Globe: Church vigil, once a show of unity, finds itself riven

Globe: On the waterfront, luxury, conflict loom

January 14, 2005

Thoroughbred Times: Offer to buy Suffolk Downs pour in; racing of minor focus

Lowell: Sun: Westford to hold hearing on purchase of East Boston Campus land

Watertown Tab: DiMasi, Travaglini re-elected to leadership posts

January 13, 2005

Herald: Flaherty: Eastie gang poses threat to LNGs in harbor

Globe: On these mean streets, hope guards city youths: On mean streets of Boston, a guardian to watch over youths

Globe: Actor Byers punches the clock; Shrum bolts the Beltway

Globe: 2 Boston jurists hail return of discretion

January 12, 2005

Menino State of the City 2005:

Herald: Arrested MS-13 member wanted in police slayings

Herald: Mom-and-pop CD pirates: Get ready to face music

Globe:
City agencies will join to target troubled neighborhoods

Globe: A can-do Menino

Pembroke Mariner: Officals say anti-fraud law may drive down auto insurance premiums

January 10, 2005

Globe: Celts still looking at Suffolk arena site;

FoxSports: Among other things Charlestown's Howie Long on Eastie's Jermaine Wiggins;

Portsmouth Herald: Dealing not done on poker:

January 9, 2005

Globe: Suspect sought in Eastie stabbing'

Globe: No free ride for immigrants, but they'd like licenses to drive;

Globe: Town's open space pitch is a walk in the woods (EB camps issue in Westford);

Lowell Sun: East Boston Camps hearing Thursday;

January 8 ,2005

Herald: Eastie loiter law targets Qaeda-linked MS-13 gang

January 7, 2005

Herald: :Hub ‘should be worried’: U.S. rep: MS-13 gang is true terror threat

Herald: Celts run fast break in search for arena

Herald: Scorcese making a splash with plans to film along the waterfront;

January 6, 2005

Herald: Cops: We nabbed killer terror gangster

Daily News Transcript: Beacon Hill lawmakers are sworn into office

Globe: Romney says LNG security tightened

January 5, 2005

Herald:Eastie gang linked to al-Qaeda

Big News: East Boston gang linked to al-Qaida   

Globe: Last stop, Wonderland: Is it the end of the line for the Night Owl buses? An after-hours journey finds riders who rely on them.

Hanover Mariner: Officials say anti-fraud law may drive down auto insurance premiums

January 4, 2005

Globe Team doesn't lack talent (Julius Williams makes All-State team);

January 3, 2005

Berkshire Eagle: Bosley sees chance of revived gaming debate

January 2, 2005

Globe: A 'well behaved' Hub greets the new year

Herald: Stabs, shootings welcome year;

Globe: Chelsea Creek, we hardly knew ya: A show focuses on reviving waterway

January 1, 2005

Townsend Times: New House speaker gives gambling supporters hope


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