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Thousands pack Wilmington Town Common to pay tribute to a hometown hero.
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Find out who -- and what -- we celebrate on Presidents Day, as well as some other fun facts.
After residents reached out to question why several large trees were removed from the Tremont/W.Brookline Street corner, the Boston Parks Department provided its reasoning.
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The Blackstone/Franklin Neighborhood Association voted to write a letter of conceptual support while requesting a more detailed proposal.
The Neighborhood Files, Summer
From sequins and spangles to the nearly-nude, there was plenty of eye-catching apparel at this year's lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, and queer pride parade.
Yesterday thousands took to the streets of Boston to march and celebrate gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered, and queer identities at Boston Pride's main event.
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