Charlestown


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a former town and present-day neighborhood of Boston

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On August 18, Delta Dental of Massachusetts will host a job shadowing event at its Charlestown headquarters for BGCB Charlestown Club teen summer program participants.
Data from Multiple Listing Service, Property Information Network (MLS PIN), for the first seven months of 2013 indicates that ten single-family homes priced over $1,000,000 have sold in Charlestown.
discover that she lives in Charlestown, that they could bump into her
They were on the losing end of that struggle: Massachusetts remains a solidly blue state, and Charlestown is now gentrified.
Revere had rowed across the Charles River to Charlestown earlier that evening with his friends Thomas Richardson and Joshua Bentley.
If your stomach starts to rumble when you cross the river to Charlestown, you can't go wrong with lunch at this small cafe at the corner of Chelsea Street and Rutherford Avenue.
During the half-hour visit the couple posed for photographs, signed autographs and enjoyed a cream tea at the Charlestown Shipwreck, Rescue and Heritage Centre.
based Charlestown Retirement Community's assisted living Frederick House, has been promoted to administrator in training at Charlestown's Care Center.
The problem, as Lincoln and the officials at Charlestown had come to realize, arose from fundamental contradictions in the very concept of a penitentiary.
Constitution, a warship launched in 1797 and recently repaired, is open for tours in the Charlestown Navy Yard in Boston, Massachusetts.
And nowhere in boston does the concept of turf have as much resonance as in Charlestown, the geographic, political, psychological and mythic place that goes beyond "setting" to become the central metaphor of James Carroll's latest novel, The City Below.
In the process, it threw Charlestown into a boom-bust economic cycle from which the small Southern Indiana community is only now starting to recover.
The poor black family, the Twymons, lives in a project in the South End and sends a daughter on the bus to Charlestown High School.
NEW YORK -- Fitch Ratings has published a report on Charlestown Retirement Community (MD).
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