5 Things You Need to Know Today: June 27
The Boston Public Schools is holding a community meeting tonight at the Ohrenberger School to solicit more feedback about the student assignment process.
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- Tonight the Boston Public Schools department will hold a community meeting at the Ohrenberger School to solicit more feedback and ideas from members of the community about the student assignment process. 6 p.m.
- What place makes the best pizza in West Roxbury? Should there be a Burger Wars-like content to determine the best pizza in West Roxbury? There are so many places to pick? Nominate your favorite pizza place here.
- A letter writer said she has been asked by residents to not park her resident stickered car on streets by the West Roxbury Commuter Rail station. One question posed - should there be a resident only parking lot?
- Three Parkway Running Club members saved a runner's life on Sunday at the Boston Athletic Association 10K.
- Tonight there is a Five Course BBC Beer Dinner at West on Centre with country fried chicken with fresh thyme leaves, as well as BBQ steak tips as two courses. Seating is limited. Please call 617-323-4199 to reserve your spot as a few seats are still available. $55 per person $100 per couple. 6:30 p.m.
- Today is National HIV Testing Day and this July is first-ever National HIV Awareness Month. Boston faces higher HIV rates than the state as a whole, according to Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts. Contact your physician and get tested.