1. City Council Candidates at Forum in Roxbury


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    The seven at-large candidates for Boston City Council make rounds in a forum at Hibernian Hall in Roxbury sponsored by groups working together as the RoxVOTE Coalition. Report for BNN News by Joe Rowland, Aired November 2, 2011.

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    • City Council Finalists Meet at Roxbury Forum


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      The two finalists for the District 7 (Roxbury) seat on the Boston City Council, Tito Jackson and Cornell Mills, take on questions at a forum in Hibernian Hall sponsored by the RoxVOTE Coalition. Report for BNN News by Joe Rowland. Aired March 9, 2011.

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      • City Councilors Discuss Boston Voc-Ed Future


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        City Councilors Tito Jackson and Ayanna Pressley talk about this week's hearing in Roxbury on the future of Madison Park Technical Vocational High School. Interview on BNN News. Aired June 28, 2012.

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        • City Councilors React to Romney in Roxbury


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          Roxbury District City Councilor Tito Jackson and City Councilor at Large Felix G. Arroyo react to the appearance the day before in Roxbury by Republican presidential challenger Mitt Romney. Interview on BNN News. Aired July 20, 2012.

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          • City Councilor Tours Dudley Sq. Businesses


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            In conjunction with his efforts to encourage more investment in local businesses and jobs, City Councilor Felix G. Arroyo visits the Dudley Square commercial center with the director of Dudley Square Main Streets, Joyce Stanley. Aired on BNN News August 5, 2010.

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            • City Gets Funding for Violence Prevention


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              Boston gets $10 million over the next five years in state and federal money for violence intervention and prevention programs in Dorchester, Roxbury, and Mattapan. Report for BNN News. Aired November 16, 2011.

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              • City's Oldest Firehouse Restored in Roxbury


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                Restoration is completed on the Eustis Street Firehouse in Roxbury, the oldest surviving firehouse in Boston. (For views of completed restoration: https://skydrive.live.com/?sc=photos&cid=ffd3bd3aad064487#!/?cid=ffd3bd3aad064487&sc=photos&uc=3&id=FFD3BD3AAD064487!1310!cid=FFD3BD3AAD064487&id=FFD3BD3AAD064487!1311&sc=photos). Dating from 1859, the firehouse originally served the City of Roxbury before is annexation to Boston. The redevelopment, costing $2.5 million, was done by Historic Boston Inc. (http://www.historicboston.org), which will use part of the building as its headquarters. Report for BNN News. Aired October 56, 2011.

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                • Clip A Day Number Forty-five


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                  Local Roxbury kids stoked on blading at Tobin School.

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                  • Clip A Day Number Seventeen


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                    Tom "lines for days" Ferrante at Madison Park High School in Roxbury, Massachusetts.

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                    • Collages Speak Truth to Rituals of Power


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                      Artist Rene Westbrook talks about her collage exhibit, "Idols in the Mirror," opening May 24 at the Museum of the Center of Afro-American Artists in Roxbury, along with the museum's director and curator Edmund Barry Gaither. Interview on BNN News. Aired May 22, 2013.

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