Newest Sumner Hill Residents: Turkeys Moving In?

Turkeys are not a common sight in Jamaica Plain. They're more of a Brookline thing. But several turkeys were seen the other day in Sumner Hill. Jamaica Plain News reader Karla Vallance shared the above photo from neighbor Rita Lee on JP News' Facebook page on August 8. It looks like there were two adults and one baby, also known as a poult or chick.

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Lost Cat — Sumner Hill Area

Louis  has  been  missing  since  Sunday, June 7.  He  is  a  long-­haired,   skinny,  Maine  Coon, wearing  a  purple  collar  with  a   pink  tag  that  says  the  name  “spaghetti”  on  it. Louis  is   the  world’s  sweetest  cat.  He  usually  comes  when  called   but  may  be  very scared. Please  call  if  you  see  him:  617-­791-­9154

   

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Detail from poster for missing JP dog Taupaw

Hyde Square Man Says ‘Coyote’ Seen on Ice By Coast Guard Was His Wolfhound

UPDATE: Animal Control found Taupaw. ~~~~~

A Jamaica Plain man's search for his missing dog-wolf hybrid has him at odds with the Coast Guard. Taupaw, a Dutch Wolfhound, went missing Thursday night and, according to owner Alexander Humphreys, has been making tracks all over Boston and Brookline. Here's a poster about the missing dog:

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Power Outages Hit Jamaica Plain

Several parts of JP lost power Thursday, including Sumner Hill, Brookside Avenue and Amory Street. Eversource, the new name for NStar, reports 537 outages across Boston as of 2:30 p.m. on their handy outage map. The map, however, doesn't pinpoint how many of those are in JP. You can report your outage via phone using this link: https://nstar.mobi/nst_mobile/index.htm. You can also just call 1-800-592-2000.

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