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Kovalich, JenniferDo you really know the B-52's?City EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article06/24/2004;Page(s) A1 + A6;Photo(s) A1A contract rider for the B-52's Brockton appearance at the Metro South Music Festival at Campanelli Stadium gives a glimpse of the band behind the scenes.Metrosouth Music FestMusic -- Brockton (Mass.);Campanelli Stadium -- Brockton (Mass.)u7/13/2006
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Allegrini, ElaineOnly B-52's didn't bomb at Metro South Music FestivalCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article06/24/2003;Page(s) B5;Photo(s) B5The only act at the Metro South Music Festival at Campanelli Stadium in Brockton that turned a profit was the B-52's, but it was not enough to put the festival in the black. The three-day event, which grew out of the annual Jazz Fest and was held for the first time this year, lost {dollar}7,000.Metrosouth Music FestMusic -- Brockton (Mass.);Campanelli Stadium -- Brockton (Mass.)Kiely Jr., J.u7/13/2006
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Kovalich, JenniferKelley denies calling B-52's washed upCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article06/25/2004;Page(s) B1 + B3Brockton Cultural Affairs Director Gayle Kelley responds to charges made by Paul Carchidi, the attorney who was recently fired as producer of the B-52's concert scheduled for Campanelli Stadium in July. Music. Metrosouth Music Fest.Metrosouth Music FestMusic -- Brockton (Mass.)u7/17/2006
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Call, MaureenConcert kicks off seriesCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article07/06/2004;Page(s) B4The Mayor's Summer Series, which city officials hope will create a "cultural partnership in the city," will feature concerts, dancing and a picnic. The program will replace the summer concert series that used to be held at D.W. Field Park. Music.Music -- Brockton (Mass.);City government - Brockton (Mass.)u7/17/2006
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Daley, LaurenStill livin' on Planet ClaireCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article07/30/2004;Page(s) D1 + D2;Photo(s) D1 + D2Local B-52's fans enjoyed the band's concert at Campanelli Stadium in Brockton. The concert was part of the Metro South Music Festival.Metrosouth Music FestMusic -- Brockton (Mass.);Campanelli Stadium -- Brockton (Mass.)Vasconcellos, Marcu7/17/2006
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Daley, LaurenLegends in concertCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article08/09/2004;Page(s) A1 + A4;Photo(s) A1 + A4Legendary artists Bob Dylan and Willie Nelson play for 8,000 fans at Campanelli Stadium in Brockton. The two musicians each played a 90-minute set on a makeshift stage. Music.Music -- Brockton (Mass.);Campanelli Stadium -- Brockton (Mass.)Kiely Jr., J.u7/17/2006
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Kovalich, JenniferCity upbeat about Campanelli concertsCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article08/10/2004;Page(s) B4Producers of two recent concerts at Campanelli Stadium say the shows, which featured the B-52's and a Willie Nelson/Bob Dylan double billing, were a success. The final figures for the Nelson/Dylan show, which drew close to 10,000 fans are expected next week. Music.Music -- Brockton (Mass.);Campanelli Stadium -- Brockton (Mass.)u7/17/2006
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Kovalich, JenniferBrockton plans September downtown blues festCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article08/10/2004;Page(s) B4The Brockton Arts and Cultural Affairs office is planning a nine-hour downtown blues festival for the fall, featuring around six bands. Music.Music -- Brockton (Mass.);Downtown -- Brockton (Mass.)7/17/2006
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Kovalich, JenniferSuccessful' B-52's show lost moneyCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article09/15/2004;Page(s) B1 + B3Financial records of the B-52's show that was held in July at Campanelli Stadium in Brockton show that the concert lost more than {dollar}13,000. Brockton officials still say the show was a success because it was a positive event for the city. Music.Campanelli Stadium -- Brockton (Mass.);Music -- Brockton (Mass.)u7/17/2006
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Success is not measured by dollars, but joyCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article09/17/2004;Page(s) A5Enterprise editorial finds fault with the logis of the Brockton mayor's chief of staff, Mark O'Reilly, who declared the B-52's concert that was held in July at Campanelli Stadium a success despite the fact that the event lost over {dollar}13,000. Music.Campanelli Stadium -- Brockton (Mass.);Music -- Brockton (Mass.)u7/27/2006
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Brockton hosts first Downtown Blues FestCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article09/16/2004;Page(s) F1;Photo(s) F1Brockton will host a nine-hour Downtown Brockton Blues Festival as part of the Art and Cultural Affairs "Connect the Arts" program. The event will also feature food and craft vendors and street performers. Music.Downtown -- Brockton (Mass.);Music -- Brockton (Mass.)u7/27/2006
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Kovalich, JenniferBlues Bands pitch in to help BrocktonCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article09/18/2004;Page(s) A3Some of the bands scheduled to perform at the Downtown Brockton Blues Festival being held as part of the "Connect the Arts" program have agreed to perform at a discount to help raise money for the city's cultural affairs. Concert officials, however, refused to provide copies of the bands' contracts. Music.Downtown -- Brockton (Mass.);Music -- Brockton (Mass.)u7/27/2006
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Papadopoulos, MariaSeptember blues festival sold only 300 to 400 ticketsCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article10/21/2004;Page(s) B4City officials say 1500 people attended the Downtown Brockton Blues Festival held as part of the "Connect the Arts" program last September, however, concert records indicate that only 300 to 400 tickets were sold. The event could show as much as a {dollar}1,300 profit. Music.Downtown -- Brockton (Mass.);Music -- Brockton (Mass.)u7/27/2006
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Cleary, DavidEngaging start for chamber seriesCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article09/20/2004;Page(s) B4Review of the first of six chamber music concerts to be presented by the Brockton Symphony Orchestra this season.Brockton Symphony OrchestraMusic -- Brockton (Mass.)u7/27/2006
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Shapira, NatHere comes the bandCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article09/20/2004;Page(s) B4An Enterprise reader, returning to Brockton for his 50th high school reunion, reminisces on the history of music in the city and recounts the history of the Twelfth Massachusetts regiment and the North Bridgewater Brass Band. First of two parts. Music. History.History -- Brockton (Mass.);Music -- Brockton (Mass.)u7/27/2006
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Shapira, NatHere comes the band (part 2)City EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article09/27/2004;Page(s) B4An Enterprise reader, returning to Brockton for his 50th high school reunion, reminisces on the history of music in the city and recounts the history of the Twelfth Massachusetts regiment and the North Bridgewater Brass Band. Second of two parts. Music. History.History -- Brockton (Mass.);Music -- Brockton (Mass.)u7/27/2006
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Papadopoulos, MariaBand on a runCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article11/09/2004;Page(s) B1;Photo(s) B1Profile of the Cavaliers, a popular Brockton band that had its first appearance at a Brockton High School social in 1961. The group split up in the 1960s, some members reunited in 1986. A later merger led to the group's current billing as the Cavaliers and Mudslide R&B. Music. Biographies.Biographies -- Brockton (Mass.);Music -- Brockton (Mass.)Vasconcellos, Marcu7/27/2006
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Taunton vocalist will perform at city ballCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article11/18/2004;Page(s) B4;Photo(s) B4Tracy Silva, the singer who won the talent contest to perform at the Boston Pops July Fourth celebration, will sing at the Brockton Red, What and Black Ball. Biographies. Music.Biographies -- Brockton (Mass.);Music -- Brockton (Mass.)u7/27/2006
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Allegrini, ElaineLittle leader of the band: 'Natural' dazzles in debutCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article12/09/2004;Page(s) A1 + A4;Photo(s) A1 + A4Brockton second-grader Jessica Stiles has a successful debut as guest conductor of the Brockton Symphony Orchestra. Jessica was chosen when it was decided to have a child with ties to the Family Life Center fill the honorary position. Biographies. Music.Biographies -- Brockton (Mass.);Music -- Brockton (Mass.)Vasconcellos, Marcu7/27/2006
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Cleary, DavidBrockton orchestra dazzles Boston audienceCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article02/27/2005;Page(s) B3The Brockton Symphony Orchestra repeats its "Showcase Spectacular," originally performed in February at Brockton High School, for an appreciative audience at Boston's Jordan Hall. Music.Brockton Symphony OrchestraMusic -- Brockton (Mass.)u7/31/2006
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Kovalich, JenniferCity pulls plug on sponsoring concertsCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article03/02/2005;Page(s) B4Brockton officials say the city will not sponsor any concerts at Campanelli Stadium this year. Concerts at that venue, such as the Bryan Adams event scheduled for July, will be run by the Brockton Rox. Meanwhile, some councilors are seeking a noise ordinance to limit the audio level of shows. Music.Brockton RoxCampanelli Stadium -- Brockton (Mass.);Music -- Brockton (Mass.)u7/31/2006
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Shapira, NatBrockton swings: Trumpeter Sonny DunhamCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article04/12/2004;Page(s) B4Biography of Brockton musician Sonny Dunham, who played both the trumpet and the trombone during the big band era. Music. Biographies.Biographies -- Brockton (Mass.);Music -- Brockton (Mass.)u7/31/2006
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Kovalich, JenniferHip Hop night planned for Shaw's CenterCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article05/06/2004;Page(s) B1 + B3The Brockton Cultural Affairs department, in response to teens who have said there is not enough to do in the city, is planning a "Hip Hop Peace and Unity Night" at the Shaw's Center. The event will be funded by private sponsors. Music.Music -- Brockton (Mass.);Campanelli Stadium -- Brockton (Mass.)u7/31/2006
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Bates, WinA new voice tells Rox's storyCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article05/10/2005;Page(s) C1 + C3;Photo(s) C1Profile of Dave Raymond, who is replacing Larry Blucher as the voice of the Brockton Rox baseball team. Sports.Brockton RoxBaseball -- Brockton (Mass.)Kiely Jr., J.u7/31/2006
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Bates, WinOil Can' to start Rox exhibition openerCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article05/11/2005;Page(s) C1 + C3;Photo(s) C1Former Red Sox pitcher Dennis "Oil Can" Boyd is now seeking a spot on the Brockton Rox pitching staff and will start the baseball team's first exhibition game at Campanelli Stadium. Sports.Brockton RoxBaseball -- Brockton (Mass.)u7/31/2006
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Bates, WinRox sign Boyd to season dealCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article05/23/2005;Page(s) C1 + C5;Photo(s) C1Former Red Sox pitcher Dennis "Oil Can" Boyd signs with the Brockton Rox and will be one of the team's starting pitchers. He is expected to take the mound at Campanelli Stadium next week. Sports.Brockton RoxBaseball -- Brockton (Mass.)Kiely Jr., J.u8/1/2006
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Ducharme, MarkJulien hopes he'll be at home on Rox diamondCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article05/24/2005;Page(s) C1 + C3Brockton native Eugene Julien, a utility infielder who is currently on the Brockton Rox' roster, will find out if he makes the cut for the season within the next few days. Sports.Brockton RoxBaseball -- Brockton (Mass.)u8/1/2006
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Bates, WinSwan song for singing EdCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article05/25/2005;Page(s) C1 + C10;Photo(s) C1 + C10Brockton Rox manager Ed Nottle prepares for his final year managing the team. Nottle, the only manager the baseball team has had, credits Campanelli Stadium with much of the team's success. Sports. Biography.Brockton Rox;Campanelli Stadium -- Brockton (Mass.)Baseball -- Brockton (Mass.);Biographies -- Brockton (Mass.)Kiely Jr., J.u8/1/2006
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Farley, GlenMeet Mr. And Mrs. RoxCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article05/26/2005;Page(s) A1 + A4;Photo(s) A1 + A4Charlie and Claudia Rox of Brockton are avid fans of the baseball team that shares their name. Biography. Sports.Brockton RoxBiographies -- Brockton (Mass.);Baseball -- Brockton (Mass.)Vasconcellos, Marcu8/1/2006
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Kovalich, JenniferBrook protected in parking area at Campanelli StadiumCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article05/27/2005;Page(s) B1 + B3;Photo(s) B3The orange snow fence along the grass at Campanelli Stadium in Brockton, which was constructed at the request of the Conservation Commission, is designed to keep cars at least 25 feet from the West Meadow Brook. Environment.Campanelli Stadium -- Brockton (Mass.);Environment -- Brockton (Mass.)Murray, Craigu8/1/2006
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Bates, WinOil Can shakes off rustCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article05/31/2005;Page(s) C1 + C3;Photo(s) C1Former Red Sox pitcher Dennis "Oil Can" Boyd took the mound at Campanelli Stadium and pitched six innings for the Brockton Rox in his first pro baseball start in eight years. Sports.Brockton RoxBaseball -- Brockton (Mass.)Kiely Jr., J.u8/1/2006
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Bates, WinIt's a homefield advantage for JulienCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article05/31/2005;Page(s) C1 + C3;Photo(s) C1 + C3Brockton native Eugene Julien, a utility fielder, plays in his second game with the Brockton Rox at Campanelli Stadium. More information about the former Brockton High School baseball standout's performance accompanies the article in the "Rox notebook." Sports.Brockton RoxBaseball -- Brockton (Mass.)Vasconcellos, Marcu8/1/2006
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Bates, WinA year in the making, Rox eye shining momentCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article07/19/2005;Page(s) C1 + C3The Brockton Rox host their first all star game at Campanelli Stadium. The stars of the new Can-Am league will face the top players of the Central League, another independent baseball league. Sports.Brockton RoxCampanelli Stadium -- Brockton (Mass.);Baseball -- Brockton (Mass.)u8/1/2006
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Grace, TimDisabled Rox fans trapped in ballparkCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article07/20/2005;Page(s) B1 + B3;Photo(s) B1Wheelchair bound fans were carried out of Campanelli Stadium after a lightening strike left the stadium in darkness during the baseball all star game that was hosted by the Brockton Rox. Rox officials don't know why generators failed to provide backup power for the elevators. Sports.Brockton RoxCampanelli Stadium -- Brockton (Mass.);Baseball -- Brockton (Mass.)Kovalich, Jennifer;Vasconcellos, Marcu8/1/2006
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Bates, WinStars came out, finallyCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article07/20/2005;Page(s) C1 + C3;Photo(s) C1After a three-hour delay caused by rain and a power outage, the Can-Am All Stars finally best the Central League in the first independent league baseball all-star game hosted by the Brockton Rox at Campanelli Stadium. Sports.Brockton RoxBaseball -- Brockton (Mass.);Campanelli Stadium -- Brockton (Mass.)Vasconcellos, Marcu8/4/2006
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Farley, GlenWeather takes electricity out of Rox's all-star gameCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article07/20/2005;Page(s) A1 + A4;Photo(s) A1A three-hour delay caused by rain and a power outage dampens the independent baseball league all-star game between the Can-Am and Central Leagues hosted by the Brockton Rox at Campanelli Stadium. Sports.Brockton RoxBaseball -- Brockton (Mass.);Campanelli Stadium -- Brockton (Mass.)Vasconcellos, Marcu8/4/2006
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Grace, TimBrockton probes stadium defectCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article07/21/2005;Page(s) A1 + A4;Photo(s) A1 + A4Brockton officials are investigating what they say is a "design flaw" in the electrical system at Campanelli Stadium which kept emergency power from reaching the elevators during a power outage. No one was injured at the independent baseball league all-star game between the Can-Am and Central Leagues hosted by the Brockton Rox, but emergency personnel were forced to carry handicapped patrons out of the stadium. Sports.Brockton RoxBaseball -- Brockton (Mass.);Baseball stadium -- Brockton (Mass.)Kiely Jr., J.;Vasconcellos, Marcu8/7/2006
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Grace, TimRamp explored at Rox stadiumCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article07/26/2005;Page(s) A1 + A4Brockton officials say a wheelchair ramp could be the best way to evacuate handicapped patrons from Campanelli Stadium in an emergency, but the Rox and the city would have to come up with the funds to install one. Emergency personnel were forced to carry handicapped patrons out of the stadium during a power outage at the independent baseball league all-star game at Campanelli Stadium. Sports.Brockton RoxCampanelli Stadium -- Brockton (Mass.);Baseball -- Brockton (Mass.)u8/7/2006
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No rush to help handicapped at Rox stadiumCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article07/27/2005;Page(s) A9Enterprise editorial chides Brockton Rox and city officials for not developing a better evacuation plan for handicapped patrons at Campanelli Stadium than carrying them out by hand. Emergency personnel were forced to carry handicapped patrons out of the stadium during a power outage at the independent baseball league all-star game. Sports.Brockton RoxCampanelli Stadium -- Brockton (Mass.);Baseball -- Brockton (Mass.)u8/7/2006
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Stern, BobBad News Bears to take field for RoxCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article07/28/2005;Page(s) A1 + A4Gary Lee Cavagnaro and David Pollack, two actors from the "Bad News Bears," will make their professional baseball debut with the Brockton Rox at Campanelli Stadium. The pair will sign a one-day contract with the team to play in a game that will benefit Easter Seals. Sports.Brockton Roxu8/7/2006
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Bates, WinAlmost bad news; Bad News Bears take field for Brockton RoxCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article08/02/2005;Page(s) A1 + A4;Photo(s) A1 + A4Gary Lee Cavagnaro and David Pollack, two actors from the "Bad News Bears," took the field in their professional baseball debut with the Brockton Rox at Campanelli Stadium. The pair signed a one-day contract with the team to play in a game that will benefit Easter Seals. Sports.Brockton RoxBaseball -- Brockton (Mass.)Kiely Jr., J.u8/7/2006
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Grace, TimShattered' Snelgrove family tries to stem fan violenceCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article08/20/2005;Page(s) A1 + A4;Photo(s) A1The Brockton Rox dedicate a home game at Campanelli Stadium and name an internship after Victoria Snelgrove, the Emerson College student who was killed during a street celebration after the Red Sox won the American League Championship last year. Sports.Brockton RoxBaseball -- Brockton (Mass.)Vasconcellos, Marcu8/7/2006
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Rox to name intern program for slain E. Bridgewater fanCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article08/19/2005;Page(s) B1 + B3;Photo(s) B1The Brockton Rox will re-dedicate their internship program in memory of Victoria Snelgrove, the Emerson College student who was killed during a street celebration after the Red Sox won the American League Championship last year. Sports. Baseball.Brockton RoxBaseball -- Brockton (Mass.)u8/8/2006
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Ducharme, MarkNottle's number retiredCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article09/01/2005;Page(s) C3The Brockton Rox honor the only manager the independent league baseball team has had in its four years of existence by retiring his number. The number 44 was placed at the side of the Rox dugout in Campanelli Stadium. Sports.Brockton RoxBaseball -- Brockton (Mass.);Campanelli Stadium -- Brockton (Mass.)u8/8/2006
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Campanelli Stadium to host ESPN fight cardCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article07/19/2005;Page(s) C1 + C4Brockton boxing promoter Rick Cappiello has negotiated a deal to broadcast seven bouts from Campanelli Stadium. Cappiello credits officials from the Brockton Rox and the Shaw's Center for making the event possible. Sports.Brockton RoxBoxing -- Brockton (Mass.);Campanelli Stadium -- Brockton (Mass.)u8/8/2006
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Hawryluk, MargaretGrant trees wastedCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article06/25/2005;Page(s) A3;Photo(s) A3Five surplus flowering trees valued at hundreds of dollars each that were designated for Campanelli Stadium in Brockton were never planted and are now dead and rotting behind the center field wall.Campanelli Stadium -- Brockton (Mass.)Vasconcellos, Marcu8/8/2006
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Call, MaureenBrockton Cape Verdeans get new churchCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article07/01/2004;Page(s) B1 + B3The Boston archdiocese is looking for a priest to say mass in Portuguese at two Brockton churches. St. Edith Stein Parish has been designated as the welcoming parishes for the Cape Verdeans who will be displaced parishioners when St. Margaret's closes.Churches and synagogues -- Brockton (Mass.)u8/8/2006
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Thumbs up, thumbs downCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article06/20/2004;Page(s) B2The Enterprise apologizes for contributing to the impression that the Lively Stones Christian Church had not acted above-board when it sold the parcel of land it bought from Brockton at auction two years ago. The church had been planning to build on the site, but reevaluated its plans when the archdiocese of Boston decided to sell a number of church buildings.Churches and synagogues -- Brockton (Mass.)u8/8/2006
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Last days at St. MargaretCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article07/30/2004;Page(s) B1 + B5;Photo(s) B1Final preparations are being made as St. Margaret Church in Brockton prepares to close. The parishioners will be split among several welcoming parishes -- the parish's Cape Verdean community will join St. Edith Stein, the Hmong community will be welcomed at St. Ann in West Bridgewater, and the English speaking families will be divided geographically between St. Coleman Church and Our Lady of Lourdes. Churches.Churches and synagogues -- Brockton (Mass.)Kiely Jr., J.u8/8/2006
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Call, MaureenSmall Brockton Lithuanian church beats the oddsCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article07/04/2004;Page(s) A1 + A4;Chart(s) A4St. Casimir Church in Brockton escapes the list of the Boston archdiocese churches that are scheduled to close. Chart accompanying the article lists the 2003 sacramental index numbers for the church.Churches and synagogues -- Brockton (Mass.)Fachetti, Kevin J.u8/8/2006
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Boyle, MaureenBrockton church brings inmates, families togetherCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article08/07/2004;Page(s) A1 + A4Mount Moriah Baptist Church in Brockton launches a program that enables prisoners to visit their families through a video link between the Plymouth County Jail and the church. The program is designed to help convicts re-enter the community when they are released. Churches.Social services -- Brockton (Mass.);Churches and synagogues -- Brockton (Mass.)u8/8/2006
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Thompson, LaurenAn emotional goodbye at St. Margaret'sCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article08/15/2004;Page(s) A1 + A4St. Margaret Church in Brockton closes after 102 years, a part of a Boston Archdiocese consolidation of parishes. Article traces the history of the parish from its start in 1902 to the present. Sidebar accompanying the article lists important dates in the history of the church. Churches.Churches and synagogues -- Brockton (Mass.)Kiely Jr., J.u8/8/2006
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Cape Verdeans in Brockton flocked to St. Margaret'sCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article08/15/2004;Page(s) A4More than 1,000 Cape Verdeans from St. Margaret Church in Brockton are seeking new churches to attend as St. Margaret's closes due to parish consolidations. Many are expected to move to St. Edith Stein parish. Churches.Churches and synagogues -- Brockton (Mass.);Cape Verde -- Brockton (Mass.)u8/8/2006
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Connolly, DavidBrockton church eulogized; A last Mass in St. Margaret'sCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article08/16/2004;Page(s) A1 + A4;Photo(s) A1 + A4The last Mass is celebrated at St. Margaret Church in Brockton, which is closing as part of the Boston Archdiocese's parish consolidations. The future of the property will be decided by the archdiocese, which has hired a property management company. Churches.Churches and synagogues -- Brockton (Mass.)Chan, Robinu8/9/2006
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Allegrini, ElaineClosed church gets a new congregationCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article08/27/2004;Page(s) B1;Photo(s) B1The Lively Stones Christian Center, an independent Pentecostal church which currently holds its services at the Best Western Carlton House in Brockton, is buying the former St. Nicholas Church in Abington. Lively Stones had planned to build a church on Emerson Street in Brockton on land it bought at auction from the city, but has now decided to sell that property. Churches.Churches and synagogues -- Brockton (Mass.)u8/9/2006
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Papadopoulos, MariaSacred Heart's end nearCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article11/08/2004;Page(s) A1 + A4;Photo(s) A1 + A4Sacred Heart Church in Brockton is merging with St Colman as part of the Boston Archdiocese's parish consolidations. The merger will create a new parish called Christ the King Parish. There are no plans to close Sacred Heart School. Churches.Churches and synagogues -- Brockton (Mass.)Riley, Michelleu8/9/2006
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Kovalich, JenniferBrockton church put up for saleCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article11/16/2004;Page(s) B1 + B3St. Margaret Church in Brockton, closed as part of the Boston Archdiocese's parish consolidations, is put up for sale. The 1.5-acre property is zoned for commercial use. Churches.Churches and synagogues -- Brockton (Mass.)u8/9/2006
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175th celebrationCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article01/31/2005;Page(s) B1;Photo(s) B1Photo essay depicts the 175th anniversary celebration held for the Pearl Street United Methodist Church in Brockton. Churches.Churches and synagogues -- Brockton (Mass.)Kiely Jr., J.u8/9/2006
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Papadopoulos, MariaBrockton church launches videolink service for military familiesCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article02/10/2005;Page(s) B1 +B2Churches and synagogues -- Brockton (Mass.)u8/11/2006
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Lincoln Church 37 years oldCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article10/15/1934;Page(s) 7Lincoln Congregational Church in Brockton celebrates its 37th anniversary. African Americans. Churches.Afro-Americans -- Brockton (Mass.);Churches and synagogues -- Brockton (Mass.)u8/11/2006
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Church of Annunciation is dedicated by GreeksCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article10/13/1934;Page(s) 1;Photo(s) 1The Greek Orthodox Church of the Annunciation on Warren Avenue in Brockton is dedicated in a ceremony led by Archbishop Athenagoras of New York. Sathis Dimou is the highest bidder for the rights to name the church. Churches.Greeks -- Brockton (Mass.);Churches and synagogues -- Brockton (Mass.)u8/11/2006
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The Enterprise takes home seven awardsCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article02/09/2004;Page(s) B1 + B3;Photo(s) B3The Enterprise wins seven awards in the New England Press Association better Newspaper Contest, including the Journalist of the Year Award, which went to reporter Maureen Boyle for the third time. The newspaper, which is based in Brockton, also won one first place, one second place and four third place awards. Newspapers.Newspapers -- Brockton (Mass.)u8/11/2006
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Enterprise staff earns several regional awardsCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article08/01/2004;Page(s) B1The Enterprise wins four awards from the New England Associated Press News Executive Association, including two first place honors. The newspaper, which is based in Brockton, also competes in the category of papers with a circulation of 30,000 to 59,000. Newspapers.Newspapers -- Brockton (Mass.)u8/11/2006
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Kovalich, JenniferEnterprise publisher announces retirementCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article01/19/2005;Page(s) A1 + A4;Photo(s) A1 + A4Enterprise publisher Paul LaBreche, who has been battling cancer for the past year, steps sown at publisher of the Brockton-based newspaper, citing health reasons. Newspapers. Biography.Newspapers -- Brockton (Mass.);Biographies -- Brockton (Mass.)Kiely Jr., J.u8/11/2006
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Papadopoulos, MariaFirst subscriber paid {dollar}1 for 6 months of EnterpriseCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article01/26/2005;Page(s) A4The first recorded subscriber to the Enterprise paid one dollar to receive the daily Brockton newspaper for six months in 1889. The paper cost two cents per day at the time. Newspapers.Newspapers -- Brockton (Mass.)u8/14/2006
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Boyle, MaureenOur life and timesCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article01/26/2005;Page(s) A1 + A4;Photo(s) A1 ; Ill. A5The Enterprise looks back on the past 125 years as the newspaper celebrates its 125th anniversary. From the start the first daily newspaper in Brockton was dedicated to covering local news. Includes a reproduction of the front page of the January 26, 1880 Enterprise -- the paper's first issue. Newspapers.Newspapers -- Brockton (Mass.)u8/14/2006
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125 years of giving news to our readersCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article01/26/2005;Page(s) A7Enterprise editorial celebrates the newspaper's 125th anniversary and outlines some of the special sections the newspaper plans to print in the coming year looking at how the Brockton area has evolved during the paper's lifetime. Newspapers.Newspapers -- Brockton (Mass.)u8/14/2006
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Enterprise marks first paper in 1880City EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article01/27/2005;Page(s) B1;Photo(s) B1Enterprise staff members celebrate the daily newspaper's 125th anniversary with a cake topped with an edible full-scale reproduction of the front page of the first issue of the paper. The cake was created by Montillio's Baking Company of Brockton. Newspapers.Newspapers -- Brockton (Mass.)Kiely Jr., J.u8/14/2006
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The Enterprise 125; 1880-2005City EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper supplement01/26/2005;Page(s) 1-24;Photos and illustrations throughoutSpecial supplement to the Enterprise celebrating the Brockton daily newspaper's 125th anniversary takes a look at life in the communities served by the paper in 1880. Other articles include a history of "the newspaper behind the news" from the paper's start to the present day. Also includes information on how industry was already starting to change life in 1880. Includes a timeline of local and world history from 1880 to 1889. Newspapers.Newspapers -- Brockton (Mass.);History -- Brockton (Mass.)u8/14/2006
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The Enterprise 125, 1880 - 2005; Giant stepsCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper supplement02/23/2005;Page(s) 1-24;Photos and illustrations throughoutSpecial supplement to the Enterprise celebrating the Brockton daily newspaper's 125th anniversary takes a look at life in the communities served by the paper. Includes articles on the rise and fall of the Brockton shoe industry; fishing and farming in the region; energy in Brockton from Thomas Edison and electricity to solar power; store owner James Edgar, the first department store Santa; retail history of Brockton from the heyday of downtown to Shaw's Supermarkets to the Westgate Mall. Includes a timeline of local and world history from 1890 to 1899. Newspapers.Newspapers -- Brockton (Mass.);History -- Brockton (Mass.)u8/14/2006
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Enterprise recognizedCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article02/07/2005;Page(s) B1 + B3The Brockton-based Enterprise receives six awards in the New England Press Association 2004 Better Newspaper Contest. Newspapers.Newspapers -- Brockton (Mass.)u8/14/2006
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Addiction in the suburbs' wins awardCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article03/19/2005;Page(s) A1 + A4;Photo(s) A1Enterprise reporter Maureen Boyle wins the prestigious 2005 Pulbick Occurrences Award for her series 'Addiction in the suburbs' that was published last October. It is the third year in a row the Brockton-based Enterprise has received one of the awards. Newspapers.Newspapers -- Brockton (Mass.)Murray, Craigu8/14/2006
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Porrazzo, JeanMcKenzie new Enterprise suburban editorCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article05/01/2005;Page(s) B1;Photo(s) B1Michelle McKenzie, formerly the assistant sports editor at the Enterprise, is promoted to the position of suburban editor at the Brockton-based newspaper. She replaces Jack Radcliffe who retired. Biographies. Newspapers.Biographies -- Brockton (Mass.);Newspapers -- Brockton (Mass.)Vasconcellos, Marcu8/19/2006
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Porrazzo, JeanDowaliby new editor of The EnterpriseCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article07/08/2005;Page(s) A1;Photo(s) A1Chazy Dowaliby, editor of The Patriot Ledger in Quincy, is named the new editor of The Enterprise in Brockton, taking the place of Charles B. Hickey. Dowaliby will work as the editor of the two papers, both of which are owned by Enterprise NewsMedia LLC. Biographies. Newspapers.Biographies -- Brockton (Mass.);Newspapers -- Brockton (Mass.)u8/19/2006
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Three Enterprise staffers win AP awardsCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article08/09/2005;Page(s) B1 + B3;Photo(s) B1 + B3The Enterprise wins a total of four awards in a writing and photography contest sponsored by the New England Associated Press News Executive Association. The Brockton-based newspaper took first place in the business and consumer news category and in the sports feature photography. Newspapers.Newspapers -- Brockton (Mass.)Vasconcellos, Marcu8/19/2006
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Bergeron, DickReading newspapers of oldCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article06/06/2005;Page(s) B4An Enterprise reader reminisces about his childhood and local history while perusing old copies of the Brockton Enterprise. Newspapers.Newspapers -- Brockton (Mass.);History -- Brockton (Mass.)u9/5/2006
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Kovalich, JenniferBrockton demolition debris facility seeks to extend rail spurCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article10/04/2005;Page(s) A1 + A4Champion City Recovery (CCR) is hoping to extend part of the rail line on its property, a move that Brockton officials believe may be the company's first step in trying to expand the business. The construction debris facility was blocked from building a trash transfer station last year. Waste disposal.Waste disposal -- Brockton (Mass.)u9/5/2006
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Refuse rebornCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article01/14/2005;Page(s) B1;Photo(s) B1Photo essay shows some of the works currently on display at the Fuller Museum of Crafts exhibit "Trashformations East," a collection of works made from trash. The exhibit has been dedicated to the memory of Jennifer L. Atkinson, the Brockton museum's late director. Fuller Art Museum.Fuller Craft MuseumArt museums -- Brockton (Mass.)Kiely Jr., J.u9/7/2006
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Recycled and redeemedCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article03/10/2005;Page(s) B1;Photo(s) B1Photo essay shows some of the works currently on display at the Fuller Museum of Crafts exhibit "Trashformations East: The art of recycling," which is being used as part of a Lenten study group at the Central United Methodist Church in Brockton. The exhibit features a collection of artworks made from trash. Fuller Art Museum.Fuller Craft MuseumArt museums -- Brockton (Mass.)Kiely Jr., J.u9/7/2006
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Daley, LaurenTeen expressionsCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article07/02/2004;Page(s) B1;Photo(s) B1Brockton teenage girls in the Teen Docent Program at the Fuller Craft Museum create an exhibit on teen pregnancy called "Eyes Averted." The teen docents mentor elementary school girls throughout the year, focusing on pregnancy prevention. Fuller Art Museum.Fuller Craft MuseumArt museums -- Brockton (Mass.);Social services -- Brockton (Mass.)Vasconcellos, Marcu9/7/2006
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Lawrence A. Johnson, retired Brockton firefighter, injured in 1941 Strand fireCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article08/14/2003;Page(s) B7;Photo(s) B7Obituary of retired Brockton Fire Department fireman, Lawrence A. Johnson, who was injured in the 1941 Strand Theatre fire that killed 13 firefighters. Biography.Brockton Fire DepartmentBiographies -- Brockton (Mass.);Obituaries -- Brockton (Mass.)u9/11/2006
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Ralph J. Angelo Jr., co-owner of Joe Angelo's CafeCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article02/01/2004;Page(s) B11;Photo(s) B11Obituary of Brockton resident, Ralph J. Angelo Jr., the co-owner of Joe Angelo's Café, a downtown Brockton eatery. Biography.Biographies -- Brockton (Mass.);Obituaries -- Brockton (Mass.)u9/11/2006
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Top Herald post conveyed to BrocktonianCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article07/19/2004;Page(s) A2Brockton resident Kevin R. Convey is named managing editor of the Boston Herald. Newspapers. Biography.Biographies -- Brockton (Mass.);Newspapers -- Brockton (Mass.)u9/11/2006
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Allegrini, ElaineFamily tragedy strikes againCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article02/29/2004;Page(s) A1 + A6Brockton resident Christopher Gomes, who lost four members of his family in a murder suicide attack dies from injuries he received in an auto accident. Biography. Cape Verdeans.Biographies -- Brockton (Mass.);Cape Verde -- Brockton (Mass.)u9/11/2006
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Allegrini, ElaineFamily tragedy strikes againCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article02/29/2004;Page(s) A1 + A6Brockton resident Christopher Gomes, who lost four members of his family in a murder suicide attack last year, dies from injuries he received in an auto accident. Biography. Cape Verdeans.Cape Verde -- Brockton (Mass.);Biographies -- Brockton (Mass.)u9/18/2006
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Christopher Gomes, resident of BrocktonCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article02/29/2004;Page(s) B11;Photo(s) B11Obituary of Brockton resident Christopher Gomes who died from injuries he received in an auto accident. Gomes lost four members of his family in a murder suicide attack last year. Biography. Cape Verdeans.Biographies -- Brockton (Mass.);Cape Verde -- Brockton (Mass.)u9/18/2006
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Pitaro names 'Citizen of the Year'City EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article01/30/2005;Page(s) B3Former Brockton Mayor Carl Pitaro is named "Conway Country Citizen of the Year" by the Jack Conway Realty Company for his work within the community. Pitaro is the director of elderly services at the Brockton Area Multi Services, Inc. (BAMSI). Mayors. Biographies.Mayors -- Brockton (Mass.);Biographies -- Brockton (Mass.)u9/18/2006
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Linde named Rotary's 86th presidentCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article06/26/2003;Page(s) B4Mark Linde, general manager of Brockton Community Access, who is also well known in the community for his volunteer work, is inducted as the president of the Rotary Club of Brockton. Biography. Cable television.Rotary Club of BrocktonBiographies -- Brockton (Mass.);Cable television -- Brockton (Mass.)u9/18/2006
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Connolly, DavidPhone call offers family hopeCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article07/22/2003;Page(s) A1 + A5;Photo(s) A1Sixty years after Brockton soldier John Henry Cashman Jr. was killed in North Africa during World War II, his family is waiting to get his dog tags after receiving a call from Fort Bragg saying the memento will be mailed to them. Cashman's nephew, attorney Paul Lawton, a military historian, has researched the history of the lieutenant's military service. Biography.Biographies -- Brockton (Mass.)Kiely Jr., J.u9/18/2006
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Allegrini, ElaineMedals of honor after 58 yearsCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article08/14/2003;Page(s) A1 + A4;Photo(s) A1 + A4Fifty-eight years after being discharged from the Air Force, Mary Carr Abromowitz receives four service medals she earned during World War II. The Brockton resident, who served as an Air Force cook, received the medals at a surprise celebration arranged by her family. Biography.Biographies -- Brockton (Mass.)Fachetti, Kevin J.u9/19/2006
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Kovalich, JenniferPearl Harbor remembered: 'I didn't have time to think'City EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article12/07/2003;Page(s) A1 + A6;Photo(s) A1 + A6Brockton veteran George Hursey remembers the attack on Pearl Harbor, where he was a 20-year-old staff sergeant in a coastal artillery company when the Japanese launched the surprise attack. Biography. Veterans.Biographies -- Brockton (Mass.);Veterans -- Brockton (Mass.)Pappas, Naomi K.u9/19/2006
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Boyle, MaureenHoliday role suits two generations of Brockton family just fineCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article12/14/2003;Page(s) A1 + A5;Photo(s) A1 + A5Brockton brothers Paul and Charles Studenski are carrying on the tradition started by their late father, former Brockton mayor and longtime city councilor, Paul V. Studenski, of dressing up as Santa for local events. The two brothers share the Santa duties, and will make at least 40 appearances this year. Biography.Biographies -- Brockton (Mass.)Kiely Jr., J.u9/19/2006
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Call, MaureenBrockton developer puts heart into downtownCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article07/26/2004;Page(s) A1 + A4;Photo(s) A1Brockton developer Yiannis Davos, who first envisioned turning the historic Times Building in downtown Brockton into condominiums in the 1980s, is finally seeing his plan take shape. The one-bedroom units, which Davos and city officials hope will help revitalize downtown neighborhoods, are slated to go on sale in the next few weeks. Housing.Downtown -- Brockton (Mass.);Housing -- Brockton (Mass.)Murray, Craigu9/19/2006
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Gosselin, LisaAt bat for KerryCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article07/27/2004;Page(s) B1 + B3;Photo(s) B1Brockton resident Shannon Kinsella and her family throw their support at the Democratic National Convention to John Kerry, who was instrumental in offering his support in setting up the Downey Memorial Little League for children with special needs 16 years ago. Shannon, who was born with cerebral palsy, stars in a Kerry campaign ad highlighting the senator's role in helping the league become recognized by the National Little League. Biography. Sports.Biographies -- Brockton (Mass.);Kiely Jr., J.u9/19/2006
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Boyle, MaureenBrockton judge to leave the benchCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article08/07/2004;Page(s) A1 + A4Brockton District Court Judge Richard Savignano is leaving the judiciary to join a Boston law firm that specializes in business law and white-collar crime defense. Biography.Biographies -- Brockton (Mass.)u9/19/2006
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Kovalich, JenniferBrockton personnel chief has by-the-book reputationCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article08/30/2004;Page(s) A1 + A4;Photo(s) A1Profile of Brockton Personnel Director Maureen Cruise, who has worked her way up through the ranks in the city since being hired as a part-time clerk in the treasurer's office in 1977, a year after she graduated from high school. Biography. City government. A correction to the article appears in the 9/01/04 newspaper on page A2.Biographies -- Brockton (Mass.);City government - Brockton (Mass.)Kiely Jr., J.u9/25/2006
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Weimont, HillaryBrockton photographer's work on displayCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article09/29/2004;Page(s) B3;Photo(s) B3A photography exhibit at Stonehill College by Gerald Parker, who grew up in Brockton, features photographs of Brockton taken during the late 1970s and early 1980s when the city was in decline. Parker says it was his passion for the city that led him to take the series of photos that became "The Streets of My Youth" exhibit. Biography.Artists -- Brockton (Mass.);Biographies -- Brockton (Mass.)Chan, Robinu9/25/2006
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Papadopoulos, MariaLending a handCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article09/29/2004;Page(s) B1;Photo(s) B1Profile of John Svagzdys of Brockton, the retired CEO of Harbor One Credit Union. Svagzdys will be honored with the Marie Sheehan "Heart for the Homeless" award for his community service work in the city. Biography.Biographies -- Brockton (Mass.)Vasconcellos, Marcu9/25/2006
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Allegrini, ElainePillars of Brockton: Ellie Wentworth is a tireless family program organizerCity EditionThe Enterprise1 newspaper article11/14/2004;Page(s) B1 + 10;Photo(s) B1 + 10Profile of Ellie Wentworth, one of the 2004 Enterprise Champions of the City, who won the award for her community work which includes organizing peace walks and family summer programs. Biography.Biographies -- Brockton (Mass.)Kiely Jr., J.u9/25/2006
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