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Tuesday’s Brief: State Primary Election Day, The Fours Closes, Bruins Eliminated, Students Wrongfully Denied Entry to Boston’s Top Exam Schools

Today is Tuesday, September 1 and The Fours has announced their permanent closing after 44 years in service near the TD Garden; read more on Boston.com. That wasn’t the only disappointment for Boston sports fans that came yesterday, the Bruins were eliminated from the playoffs in double overtime. Read more at the Boston Globe. Here’s Read More…

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Monday’s Brief: Rent Prices Decline Leading Up to September 1st, HIIT by Healthworks, Overnight Street Work

Today is Monday, August 31 and two new Italian restaurants opening in Austin, Texas are taking their cues from Boston’s North End. Owner Chris Meroff is from Boston and was inspired by the Italian heritage coming from the neighborhood, read more on Eater.com. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 5:30PM HIIT by Read More…

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Weekend Brief: Saint Anthony’s Feast Virtual Celebration, Concerts in the Courtyard, COVID Restaurant Fees

Today is Friday, August 28 and some local residents are trying to convince Mass General to rethink their expansion plans in an effort to save three buildings – one that dates back to 1884, read more on Universal Hub. Here’s what else you need to know for this weekend… Saint Anthony’s Feast Online Celebration. The Read More…

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Thursday’s Brief: Marathon Virtual Experience Launches, Saint Anthony’s Feast Online Celebration, Charlestown Open Office Hours, Our Harbor Our Home

Today is Thursday, August 27 and hurricane Laura has gained strength by nearly 87% in power over the course of the last 24 hours, making it extremely dangerous for those located directly in its path in Louisiana and Texas. Authorities have put more than 500,000 coastal residents in these areas under mandatory evacuation orders. Read Read More…

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Wednesday’s Brief: Bostonians in the Suburbs, Vote By Mail Ballot Deadline, Harbor Use Public Forum, Celebrating What Unites Us, EquilibriOM

Today is Wednesday, August 26 and if this pandemic has had city residents thinking about one thing in particular – it’s the decision about whether or not to move to the suburbs. What was once the hottest real estate market in the world has seen renters flood to the suburbs for fresh air and more Read More…

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Monday’s Brief: Illuminate the Harbor Cancelled, HIIT by Healthworks, Overnight Paving

Today is Monday, August 24 and there will be overnight paving operations at various intersections along Atlantic Ave. from High St. to Commercial St. and on Surface Rd. from Clinton St. to Oliver St. in Boston. The work is scheduled to take place from Sunday, August 23, through Thursday, September 3, during the overnight hours of Read More…

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Weekend Brief: Man Charged in Encore Altercation, 2020 Census Hearing, Concerts in the Courtyard, Violence Against Transgender and Gender Non-conforming People Hearing

Today is Friday, August 21, and here’s what else you need to know for this weekend… 9:00AM Hearing Regarding the 2020 Census, and the Impact of COVID-19. Docket #0280: Order for a hearing to discuss ways to promote a complete and accurate count for the 2020 census in the City of Boston. Docket #0685: Order for a hearing Read More…

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Thursday’s Brief: Students Now Required to Get Flu Shot, Cannabis Industry Regulation Hearing, Trivia Night

Today is Thursday, August 20 and the Boston Parks and Recreation Department reports it is attempting to rid the Public Garden Lagoon of toxic grossness that has several residents complaining about dead ducks, read more on Universal Hub. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 3:30PM Hearing on Equitable Regulation of the Cannabis Read More…

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Wednesday’s Brief: Cheers to Close in Faneuil Hall After 20 Years, HMS Guerriere Battle Commemoration, Old North Speaker Series, East Boston Evolutions Virtual Tour

Today is Wednesday, August 19 and after outbreaks at UNC and Notre Dame, Boston-area colleges are still proceeding with in-person plans for classes and on-campus living this fall, read more on the Boston Herald. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 11:00AM USS Constitution to Commemorate HMS Guerriere Battle with 21-Gun Salute. To Read More…

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Tuesday’s Brief: Large Gathering Shut Down at Encore, NEMPAC Virtual Family Bingo, Rental Assistance & Evictions Hearing, Wharf District Council Meeting

Today is Tuesday, August 18 and starting this week the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) will be conducting milling and paving at various intersections along Atlantic Avenue from High Street to Mercantile Street and on Surface Road from Clinton Street to Oliver Street in Boston, continue reading. Here’s what else you need to know for today… NEMPAC Virtual Family Read More…

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Monday’s Brief: Taranta to Close on Hanover St., Families Asked to Share Opinions on Fall Learning Models, HIIT by Healthworks

Today is Monday, August 17 and the latest school reopening plan for the city is putting an emphasis on the parents’ choice of whether or not to send their kids back to school this fall. Families should receive surveys this week asking which of three models—one fully remote and two hybrid—they prefer. Read more on Read More…