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People walk by the Charles River in the 2009 Walk for Change. / Photo courtesy of Creative Commons.

Northeastern students will join BARCC walk for sexual violence awareness

اسعار الذهب اليوم فى السعوديه Students from Northeastern’s Chi Omega, Beta Theta Pi and Strong Women Strong Girls chapters will walk Sunday in support of sexual violence survivors.

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Participants of the transitional housing programs at Southampton Street Shelter testify before City Council. / Photo by Alex Eng

Public criticizes closing of homeless programs at City Council hearing

توقعات سعر الذهب The closing of Project SOAR and Safe Harbor could be dangerous for homeless people recovering from addiction or living with HIV, participants testified.

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City councilors and residents debated a proposal to allow all citizens to freely being petitions to City Council. / Photo courtesy Creative Commons.

City officials spar over changes to South End homeless shelter programs

http://skup24aut.pl/ads/skup-aut-szklarska-poreba/ praca w domu przez internet The Southampton Street Shelter in the South End, which serves 40 residents, will close two transitional housing programs and shift toward permanent housing.

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Sara Stackhouse, theater chair at the Boston Conservatory at the Berklee College of Music, speaks about her middle school chorus experience as young art students silently hold posters telling their personal stories about how the arts impacted them too. / Photo by Alex Melagrano

State leaders and artists host advocacy day for arts education programs

تحليل سوق الاسهم السعودي 2014 600 artists and activists turned out for a day of speeches, workshops and meetings with state legislators to advocate for arts education funding.

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Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey said people need to become politically active to resist Trump's policies at the local level. / Photo by Suma Hussien

Massachusetts attorney general calls for local opposition to Trump

تعلم كيفية بيع وشراء الاسهم Massachusetts AG Maura Healey harshly criticized President Donald J. Trump’s travel ban and encouraged people to become active in local politics.

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BPD to extend body camera pilot program

BPD to extend body camera pilot program

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Mayor Walsh defends immigrants, attacks Trump at Roxbury mosque

Mayor Walsh defends immigrants, attacks Trump at Roxbury mosque

افضل مؤشرات الفوركس Approximately 600 residents attended the “Immigrant and Refugee Community Forum” in light of President Donald J. Trump’s recent travel ban and threats against sanctuary cities.

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City Council submits resolution to make BPS sanctuary schools

City Council submits resolution to make BPS sanctuary schools

طريقة البيع والشراء في الاسهم السعوديه “In the City of Boston, we will keep our young people, our future and our scholars safe in our schools,” Jackson said.

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Roxbury residents voice concerns about Tremont Crossing complex

Roxbury residents voice concerns about Tremont Crossing complex

تداول الذهب مباشر بلس ٥٠٠ Tremont Crossing is a proposed multimillion-dollar development project in Roxbury that would include residential, retail, art and office space.

by × February 8, 2017 × 0 comments

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Walsh gives annual State of the City address

Walsh gives annual State of the City address

الاسهم السعودية اليوتيا Mayor Walsh touted his accomplishments before 2,500 people at Symphony Hall on Tuesday evening.

by × January 19, 2017 × 0 comments