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They’ve sparred over Chiofaro’s tower. To fight climate change, they’re joining forces.

Business Journal 22 Jun 2022
Leaders from The Chiofaro Co., New England Aquarium, the Harbor Towers and other nearby properties have come together to work towards solutions for protecting the downtown Boston waterfront from Christopher Columbus Park to Congress Street ... .
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‘No Other Choice’: Harvard Affiliates March With Thousands Across the Country for Gun Control

The Harvard Crimson 13 Jun 2022
Closer to Harvard, more than a thousand people convened near the waterfront at Christopher Columbus Park in Boston Saturday afternoon to call for state and federal gun control legislation.
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Charleston's surging real estate values helped sweep Carnival out to sea

The Post and Courier 29 May 2022
It was known as Union Wharf back in the day and was one of several steamship destinations that once lined the east side of the peninsula, from Tradd to Columbus streets ... Charleston ports agency starts process to sell key waterfront site ... public more access to the city's waterfront.
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10 ideas for improving downtown’s public realm as Cleveland changes mayors – Commentary

Cleveland 30 Dec 2021
Now owned by Sherwin-Williams Co., the B&O building has been vacant for decades, but it has outstanding potential to become a vital part of the future Canal Basin Park, a 20-acre public space taking shape nearby on Columbus Road Peninsula as the northern terminus of the 101-mile Towpath Trail.
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Marilyn J. Gibbin, 89, administrator who converted Deaconess Hospital into long-term care facility

The Buffalo News 08 Dec 2021
Jan. 21, 1932 – Nov. 16, 2021. Almost everyone in the nursing home field knew Marilyn J. Gibbin ... “The very best accomplishment she had was the James W ... She died Nov ... She oversaw the opening of a pediatric unit at Deaconess Center in 1991 and the management of Waterfront Health Care Center as part of Columbus Hospital's merger with Buffalo General in 1995.
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Knights offer cocoa, caroling

Newburyport Daily News 07 Dec 2021
NEWBURYPORT — Knights of Columbus Council 231 will offer hot cocoa and caroling in a heated tent near the waterfront Friday from 4 to 6 p.m ... to present a large check to 10 area food pantries the Knights of Columbus ...
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Ballot drop boxes accessible 24/7

The Philadelphia Tribune 26 Oct 2021
All locations are continuously monitored by surveillance camera, according to the Philadelphia City Commissioners. (Note. Neighborhoods are approximations.). City Hall (South Broad apron) ... Columbus Blvd. (Delaware Waterfront) ... (Fairnount) ... ....
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Rides, food, music and more slated for Acadian Festival

Plaquemine Post South 20 Oct 2021
The festival, presented by Knights of Columbus Council 970, rolls into action Friday at Mark A. “Tony” Gulotta Waterfront Park, 57845 Foundry St., for a long slate of activities that will continue through Sunday night ... Registration for the pageant is held at the Knights of Columbus ...
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As climate change looms, NC coastal town hopes for state help to stabilize its waterfront

Star News 19 Oct 2021
Over the years the Columbus County resident has seen a lot of changes in the historic Brunswick County coastal town perched at the mouth of the river – more traffic, more tourists and more fishermen along the small city's iconic waterfront ... of the waterfront's beach areas.
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The Anger and Joy of Boston’s Indigenous Peoples’ Day March

The Harvard Crimson 14 Oct 2021
Indigenous Peoples’ Day falls on the second Monday of October — the same day as Columbus Day, which it was designed to replace ... Janey officially established it in place of Columbus Day ... The march moves east on Market Street to Christopher Columbus Waterfront Park, where the crowd gathers around an empty pedestal.
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Columbus Day and Indigenous Peoples' Day. What you should know.

TDN 11 Oct 2021
Columbus Day has been a political lightning rod for states, cities and municipalities around the US for years now ... In this file photo dated Wednesday, June 10, 2020, a damaged Christopher Columbus statue stands in a waterfront park near the city's traditionally Italian North End neighborhood, in Boston, USA., after the statue was found beheaded.
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Rally seeks statewide Indigenous Peoples Day, other measures

The Associated Press 10 Oct 2021
They also want Christopher Columbus Waterfront Park in Boston’s North End to be renamed ... Earlier this month, acting Boston Mayor Kim Janey declared the second Monday of October as Indigenous Peoples Day, replacing Columbus Day in the city ... with Columbus’ arrival in the Americas.
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Kim Janey makes Columbus Day Indigenous Peoples’ Day in Boston

Boston Herald 07 Oct 2021
Columbus Day is now Indigenous Peoples Day in Boston, Acting Mayor Kim Janey declared in an immediately controversial move ... Columbus-centric controversy flared up again last year when someone once again lopped off the head of the statue of the man in Christopher Columbus Waterfront Park in the heavily Italian North End.
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Video shows paint being thrown on George Floyd statue in New York City

Omaha World-Herald 04 Oct 2021
Christopher Columbus statue in Boston. In this file photo dated Wednesday, June 10, 2020, a damaged Christopher Columbus statue stands in a waterfront park near the city's traditionally Italian North End neighborhood, in Boston, USA., after the statue was found beheaded ... Christopher Columbus statue in St ... Christopher Columbus statue in Philadelphia.

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