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  1. Weather History: Mar. 5: Record temps, storms, fire, snow, wind & floodsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Examiner.com

    President James Monroe's inauguration was only the 2nd to be held outdoors. The weather did not cooperate, as a mix of rain and snow fell with temperatures in the upper 20's.

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  2. Beating victim wants T apologyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Boston Herald

    A math and physics professor, who police say suffered a brain hemorrhage in a beating by an MBTA bus driver, is demanding an apology from the transit agency. "I want the MBTA to apologize to me for their worker assaulting me," said the 43-year-old Revere man last night by phone from his hospital bed.

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  3. Mayor Walsh Appoints Claudia Correa As Neighborhood Liaison For East BostonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | City of Boston

    BOSTON Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced today that he has selected East Boston resident Claudia Correa as East Boston's Neighborhood Liaison. The Mayor's Office of Neighborhood Services encourages, facilitates and maximizes citizen input and participation in all aspects of government through service requests, neighborhood meetings, mailings, and emergency responses.

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  4. Vinny Prezioso Making It Big as a Billboard HitRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Revere Journal

    If pop songwriter and producer, Vinny Prezioso, was stranded by the MBTA in Boston during a blizzard and forced to sculpt himself an igloo for shelter, he couldn't survive without his acoustic guitar, laptop, and microphone. It would be a multi-story presidential suite of icy domes; complete with a television and two hot tubs at varying temperatures.

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  5. Obituaries 03-04-2015Read the original story

    Wednesday | East Boston Times-Free Press

    Founder of East Boston Golden Age and the first woman president of the Kiwanis Club of East Boston, she moved on to be the the first female LT Governor of Division 14 of Kiwaniis. Sue was also the first woman elected to the East Boston Athletic Board and helped establish the Meals on Wheels program in East Boston.

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  6. Madaro is Democratic Nominee for State RepRead the original story

    Wednesday | East Boston Times-Free Press

    Madaro topped the field of candidates with 1,422 votes. Joe Ruggiero was second with 1,188 votes, followed by Edward Deveau 646, Lou Scapicchio, 204 and Camilo Hernandez with 193 votes.

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  7. Congratulations East Boston Hockey and Boys Basketball Teams on Their Successful SeasonsRead the original story

    Wednesday | East Boston Times-Free Press

    We begin by joining the East Boston sports community in congratulating EBHS hockey coach Bob Anthony and his team on winning the 2015 Boston City League championship. The Jets' overtime victory over Latin Academy truly was one of the highlights of the winter season for the EBHS athletic program.

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  8. Closing in on A Million: Real Estate Prices Continue to Climb to New HighsRead the original story

    Wednesday | East Boston Times-Free Press

    Months after a loft on Marion Street set a new sales record for East Boston another luxury Eagle Hill listing is on the market for close to $1 million. The Civil War-era brick home at 39 Princeton St is listed for $939,000-well over the Zillow estimate of $485,000.

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  9. Former Basile Aide Wins Democratic Primary In East Boston Rep RaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | WBUR-AM Boston

    An ex-aide to former Rep. Carlo Basile won a five-way Democratic primary on Tuesday in the special election to fill Basile's vacant House seat. Adrian Madaro , 26, will now face off against Joanne Pomodoro, an unenrolled candidate, in the special election on March 31. The House seat opened up after Basile, an East Boston Democrat, signed on as Gov. Charlie Baker's chief secretary.

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  10. Madaro tops Eastie primary for HouseRead the original story

    Tuesday | Boston Herald

    The city's Elections Department listed Adrian Madaro, 26, with 755 votes in a preliminary tally. Runner-up Joe Ruggerio got 395 votes.

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  11. Madaro tops Ruggiero in East Boston electionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Boston.com

    Adrian Madaro narrowly won the Democratic nomination to represent the East Boston district in the Massachusetts House of Representatives on Tuesday, according to unofficial election returns. Madaro, 26, former chief of staff to state Representative Carlo P. Basile, defeated Joe Ruggiero, 27, a funeral home director, by only 358 votes, with a total of 1,498 to 1,140, according to the returns.

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  12. Sara Steele-Rogers Gets to Explore Boston, ProfessionallyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 3 | Boston.com

    Sara Steele-Rogers bounded across the street toward Topacio, a Salvadorian restaurant in East Boston with dark red awning. Inside, a few women were hand-rolling pupusas - a traditional Salvadorian pancake with cheese, pork, or refried beans filling - which they sold for $1.50.

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  13. Primaries to be held in 2 legislative districtsRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 3 | Boston Herald

    Primary elections are being held in two legislative districts where incumbents resigned to take positions in Gov. Charlie Baker's administration. In East Boston, five Democrats are running Tuesday for the seat vacated by former Democratic Rep. Carlo Basile, who is now serving as a liaison to the Legislature for the Republican governor.

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  14. Eastie residents: Clear streets and we'll remove space-savers: Watch the VideoRead the original story

    Monday Mar 2 | Boston Herald

    AWAY THEY GO: Space-savers were removed by city trash collectors including Paul Stevenson, above left, and John Kelley yesterday in East Boston. East Boston drivers defiantly put new space-savers back in their shoveled-out parking spaces after city workers hauled the old ones off, saying they don't intend to honor Mayor Martin J. Walsh's ban if the city can't clear the streets.

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  15. With Much Controversy, Boston Begins Removing Parking Space SaversRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | WGBH

    The near-record amount of snow that has fallen on Boston this winter is testing one of the city's great traditions: On orders from Mayor Martin J. Walsh, the Public Works Department began removing parking space savers from city streets on Monday. In the past, the informal rule has been that whoever takes the time to dig out a parking space gets to keep it for 48 hours.

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  16. Peyser ambivalent on Common Core, backs longer school yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    Gov. Charlie Baker's education chief is "withholding judgment" on the multi-state set of standards known as "Common Core" and backs a longer school year. In a recent interview with WBZ's Paula Ebben, Education Secretary Jim Peyser was asked whether he backs "Common Core."

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  17. Obituary: Anthony R. Gurliaccio, 84, of North ReadingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | Patch.com

    Anthony R. Gurliaccio, 84, of North Reading and formerly of East Boston, died Friday, Feb. 27, 2015, at the Meadow View Center in North Reading. He was the husband of the late Irene Gurliaccio.

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  18. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Boston begins removing space savers todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | Boston.com

    Residents in East Boston had mixed reviews Monday morning of the city's plan to begin removing parking space savers, the motley assortment of objects that people use to "reserve" spaces that they have shoveled out. The mayor's office said last week that the Department of Public Works would pick up the controversial objects during regularly scheduled trash collection this week.

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  19. 2012 Bank Robber Gets Even More Jail TimeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 28 | Patch.com

    An East Boston man already serving jail time for charges related to a 2012 bank heist, high-speed chase, and shootout with police received an additional 10 to 12 years for armed carjacking on Friday, Feb. 27, according to a statement from authorities. The supposed rampager, 51-year-old Gabriel Megna, pled guilty to forcing a woman and her infant child out of a car at gunpoint on March 23, 2012.

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  20. Teen boy arrested in East Boston on drug, gun chargesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 28 | Boston.com

    A 15-year-old boy was arrested Friday night in East Boston on charges of heroin distribution and carrying a loaded gun, police said. At approximately 6:15 p.m., members of the Boston Police Drug Control Unit were conducting serveillance in the Maverick Square/Jeffries Point Area of East Boston after they received earlier complaints about drug activity and gunshots fired in the neighborhood, according to police. 1 comment

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