You’ve probably heard a TED talk — the “Technology, Entertainment and Design” presentations seem to be everywhere these days. This weekend the concept made its Jamaica Plain debut as organizers brought more than 20 speakers from the neighborhood together to explore the topic “joy and purpose.”
Thought folks would like to know that we have a new sharpening service in Jamaica Plain! The Sharpening Guy is now partnered with Hardware City JP’s local ACE Hardware.
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You have been invited to see our new office and celebrate our grand opening!
We will be holding a raffle at the event for fun prizes (including a free electric toothbrush, in-home whitening kits, water bottles and many other surprises!)
Barletta Heavy Division Inc. brought in the enormous tracked demolition claws and jackhammers at 2 a.m. Saturday. By 5 a.m., the first canopy sections crumpled, and by the end of the day, the upper busway on Washington Street opposite Asticou Road was down.
A Montessori school tucked away on the first floor of a Rockwood Street was briefly cleared of students Friday morning after fumes from chemicals being used to strip board on the second floor caused alarm.
Sazama Real Estate is looking to hire a Marketing Specialist / Office Administrator for 25-35 hours per week. Responsibilities include marketing properties for our team, connecting with clients, helping to generate future business, as well as managing documents for all transactions.
When Centre Street Cafe came under new ownership earlier this year, the JP brunch crowd was relieved to learn that the lines-out-the-door weekend tradition would continue — and just keep getting tastier, it seems.
More than 150 people from across Jamaica Plain gathered at English High School Wednesday evening to look into their crystal ball to see what Jamaica Plain – specifically the 257 acres from Forest Hills to Jackson Square would look like in the next five to 10 years.
Workers have removed several canopy panels already and hoe rams were at work Thursday preparing the way for full demolition of the roof over the upper busway at Forest Hills. State officials announced that night work on the project would begin at 1 a.m. Saturday. Work will go on 24-hours-a-day through Monday at 5 a.m.
Anna wraps her paws around her sister Elsa as both are evaluated by Dr. Coster. Credit: MSPCA-Angell
Two scared and dirty kittens born without eyelids were pulled from a drainage pipe and rushed to the MSPCA-Angell in late August and are now awaiting sight-saving surgery at the MSPCA’s Angell Animal Medical Center in Jamaica Plain, the organization announced today.