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Mayor Menino passes at 71. Thank You for 20 Years of Public Service

Boston's longest running Mayor Menino passed away with family by his side. Menino battled with cancer ended October 30, 2014. He was diagnosed with cancer back in January. Menino was 71 years old. Rest in Peace Tom. A message from Mayor Martin Walsh: Today the City of Boston mourns together. To any…
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City Preparedness

Boston, MA: Public health, emergency medical services, and emergency preparedness are closely aligned at the Boston Public Health Commission in an innovative and integrated model to improve the health and safety of the City of Boston.  Boston EMS​, the nation’s oldest provider of pre-hospital care, utilizes state-of-the-art technology to provide…
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Boston Regional Climate Preparedness

Today, on the two-year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced the City of Boston will be convening a regional summit to better prepare Greater Boston for the impacts of climate change. The announcement also marked the kickoff of an international design competition focused on climate preparedness, as…
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FLU YOU

Every year, thousands of Boston residents get sick from influenza (flu). Influenza can cause severe illness - every year thousands of people in the US are hospitalized because of influenza.  In Boston, there were 468 flu-related hospitalizations and 14 deaths during the 2013-14 season alone. The good news is that the…
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Fund Boston Strong Public Benefit Start Up

Fund Public Benefit Start Up. Your gift will fund costs to establish a Mass Public Benefit Corporation and Boston Strong  Innovation Studio in Boston. Man-Made and Natural Disaster Communication Media Journalism websites, publishings, and products will raise Awareness, Preparedness, and Resiliency while supporting disaster relief. Developing domains include , , and   { CLICK HERE TO…
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Ebola Lockdown in Princeton nj

Princeton, NJ: NBC Medical Correspondent Dr. Nancy Snyderman of Princeton, NJ broke her Ebola voluntary isolation  agreement when she visited a Princeton Boro bistro to pickup take-out food.  Snyderman and the NBC crew reported in Liberia about the Ebola crisis. As a result of the reckless behavior,  Snyderman and the crew…
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Prosthetic Leg Stolen at Stadium

Philadelphia, PA: A street entertainer and football fan outside Philadelphia's Football Stadium was singing from his wheeled chair when 3 woman stole his prosthetic leg. The leg was being stored behind the chair at the time. Sunny, who is a Vietnam veteran, admitted his "pride" was damaged as a result. The leg…
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