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Bay State Banner: Edwards calls on community to oppose HYM housing proposal for Suffolk Downs -- not enough affordable housing

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Photos: Boston Fire Department

Patch: Officials worry about toxic materials

Herald: Eastie Residents praise BFD

WBUR: Investigation ongoing

Gone: NE Casket to be torn down after fire

Cause: Officials think fire started near plant's furnace

Walsh: It's the biggest fire I've seen as Mayor

Mayor awards Cultural Council grants: Local arts groups East Boston Artist Group, Zumix and Friends of the Library recipients: Read more here.

March 21: Meeting on Geneva Street development proposal

Update: Police Looking To Identify Man In Connection With East Boston Stabbing

Sad news: Longtime activist Mary Ellen Welch has passed away. A great loss! JPNA pays FB tribute; More here.

RIP, our friend, Sammy Tassone, a classic and true East Bostonian


City Archives: Attendees at East Boston Valentines Day Party 1979

Sam Tassone (r) with his friend Domenic Petrola at Kevin White's 1979 Valentines Day Party in EB. Tassone, 87, died unexpectedly this past weekend. (Photo credit: City of Boston archives)

Potholes! Potholes: Boston25: Sumner Tunnel plagued by potholes

BPDNews: Officers arrest one for armed robbery on Border Street

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Business News: Meridian Bancorp, Inc. Announces Quarterly Dividend

Arts & Culture: Pirandello, Bel Canto hit high notes

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DOJ: Salvadoran National Sentenced for Failure to Register as a Sex Offender

Herald: Local man accused of peeping into bathroom stall

News: Massport board approves capital program through 2023

Cornhole Fundraiser: April 13 for Athletic Board

 

News: McKay wins Andrew Lloyd Webber Grant

BMRB: Property values in Boston rise 6 percent

Conte: How big is the gig economy? How big in MA?

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From the history archives: "The Battle of Chelsea Creek and Noddles Island"

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From the archives: When Meridian Market closed, an era ended