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Business, Local Connections
The Rox Diner would like to be operationally in sync with their successful Rox Diner location in Newton, which is open until 10 p.m. and serves beer and wine.
YMCA District Vice President Marion Kelly and West Roxbury YMCA Board of Advisors Chairman Jim Hennigan shared updated floor plans for the new YMCA site.
Business, The Neighborhood Files
Van Tang and Tu Vu, a married couple from Lexington, Mass, announced plans to open a take-out Vietnamese sandwich shop 1759 Centre St.
Government, Local Connections
District City Councilor Matt O'Malley's 2nd Annual Town hall was a positive one. He garnered fruitful discussion, addressed a number of neighborhood issues and acknowledged future concerns.
Business, Restaurant Reviews, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
For two weeks, nine West Roxbury restaurants competed for the title of best burger, but only one came out on top in the West Roxbury Main Streets competition.
Government, Business, Local Connections
A Subway franchise will be opening in March at the intersection of Centre and Corey streets, but business owners, neighborhood council and police have put the business on watch already.
Government, The Neighborhood Files
McDonald's came before the West Roxbury Neighborhood Council requesting to extend operating hours, while unintentionally exposing neighboring businesses allegedly staying open beyond the city's allowed hours.
Government, Business, The Neighborhood Files
The West Roxbury Civic and Improvement Association meeting included potential redistricting of West Roxbury, Crushed Stone's new developments, and Speedy Mart's seeking to sell beer and wine.
Volunteers in the News, The Neighborhood Files
Hundreds came to commemorate Veterans Day, as well as to witness the first Flag Retirement Ceremony hosted by The Gardens at Gethsemane.
Government, Schools, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
In an effort to keep families with elementary school aged children in Boston, City Councilor John Connolly is striving to change and improve the BPS assignment policy.
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