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1639 A Seymour Dr
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Dec 22, 2016

Facing last Christmas in Boston, Flower Exchange looks to bloom anew in Chelsea

United States and from countries including Ecuador, Colombia, the Netherlands, and Ethiopia. With flower stores in the South End and South Boston, Yianni Tsaousidis, the owner of Stapleton Floral Design, said he thinks nothing of shooting over to the exchange several times a day because it’s so close. He won’t be able to do that once the exchange moves to Chelsea. “We’ll try to get everything we need in one trip instead of making multiples now,” Tsaousidis said. “But the good thing is that we’re still going to have a flower exchange. We’re very fortunate, as opposed to the rest of the country. We have a place to go to.” John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Tulips were for sale at R.J. Carbone. Many of the current vendors have spent the better part of three decades there, some watching their children grow from kids playing around the merchandise to adults helping to sell it. Cupp, who has been selling cut flowers from the exchange for more than 35 years, tried with two other wholesalers to buy the South End property last year after its shareholders voted to sell it...

Apr 22, 2016

Monday's school roundup: Archbishop Williams honors fallen teammate

Brookline 6, Boston Latin 0 — Senior Jonas Webler threw a five-hitter with four strikeouts and didn’t walk a batter. Quincy 14, South Boston 0 — Kevin Fitzgerald, Griffin Lynch, Matt Jonah, and Tim Walsh combined to throw a no-hitter and strike out 11. Xaverian 4, Walpole 1 — With a scoreless tie in the top of the 11th and the bases loaded, junior Vicente Mendoza hit a two-run single to lift the Hawks (4-1). Abington 4, Archbishop Williams 3 — Behind by a run in the top of the seventh, Shawn Donovan hit a bases-loaded double to put the Green Wave (3-1) ahead for good. St. John’s Prep 5, Lincoln-Sudbury 2 — Senior Sean McGinnis had a three-run home run to help seal the victory for the Eagles (4-1). Softball Tewksbury 6, North Reading 3 — Junior Erica Whynot scattered eight hits and senior third baseman Kirsten Dick had a home run. Abington 4, Whitman-Hanson 1 — Colleen Kearns hit a two-run home run and Lauren Nelligan stole home on a pickoff attempt to help propel the Green Wave (3-0). Cardinal Spellman 9, Bishop Fenwick 0 — Freshman pitcher Jordyn Needle scattered three hits and struck out 10 in a complete-game shutout for the Cardinals (2-1). Austin Prep 9, Winchester 1 — Sophomo...

Feb 3, 2016

Former Brockton councilor dies at age 59

Coffin was first a master electrician, before transitioning to a career as a machine technician for Cushman and Wakefield, based in South Boston. Coffin’s family said he died while at work, where his job was to maintain and fix machines for FedEx. Page 2 of 2 - “Any issue they would have on site that was mechanical, or if a conveyor belt often broke, he was the person they would call and figure out what was wrong,” Dowling said. “My dad really liked to figure out machines and computers. This was a strong interest of his, to tinker and figure out how things work. He didn’t mind getting dirty. It was the perfect job for him.” Councilor-At-Large Winthrop Farwell, who served as mayor from 1992 to 1995, praised Coffin for his engaging nature and his efforts to fight for resources as an elected official, during a difficult time for the city as it bounced back from a serious budget deficit that required a financial control board. “He took the time to sit down with you,” Farwell said. “He’s the kind of guy you would want to represent a ward of city government. ... He worked hard to preserve the programs and services that were so essential to this city.” Farwell, 68, said he was shocked to hear the news of the younger Coffin’s death. “It really is too bad,” Farwell said. “I have many, many good memories.” Former Brockton Mayor Jack Yunits, who was also in office during Coffin’s time on the city council, remembered him for his passion. “He was certainly a spirited guy,” Yunits said. “He had a huge passion for what he did, and he was sharp. He went to the beat of a different drum sometimes, but you could always talk to him.” Late last year, Coffin moved to Taunton to be closer to his other two younger daughters, Hayley and Morgan Coffin, who live in Lakeville, according to Dowling. Coffin also had a stepson, Spencer Petitti. “He was a very hard worker,” Dowling said. “He believed in old pastimes, the art of conversation, getting a cup of coffee with a friend and going to the barber shop. He was young, but he had an old soul.” Instead of flowers, the family of Coffin is asking for donations to be made to the Founders Affiliate of the American Heart Association, at P.O. Box 3049, Syracuse, New York 13220-3049. (Enterprise News)

Jan 8, 2016

John Diggin, Jr., 68

John J. Diggin, Jr., 68, died at home in Rochester on Dec. 13 after a vicious battle with cancer. John was born in South Boston, the son of the late John J. and Alice (Hartnett) Diggin Sr., and spent most of his childhood in Dorchester. John also lived in Mansfield, Cambridge and Braintree before retiring and splitting his time between Rochester, Rose Point in West Wareham and Cape Coral, Florida. After high school, John enlisted in the U.S. Army and served as a military policeman in Vietnam and in Korea, at one time stationed on the DMZ during the Pueblo Crisis. John attended Boston College nights while working for the Boston School Department as a custodian. He graduated from Boston College in 1975 with a bachelor’s in history. He went on to be president of the Boston Schoolhouse Custodians Union and then moved up to supervisor and was the day manager for the Boston School’s Facilities Department. He retired in 2002 after 38 years of working for the city of Boston. He leaves behind his beloved partner and best friend, Connie Eshbach of Rochester.  He was the brother of Paul Diggin and his wife Ma... (Sippican Week)

Dec 30, 2015

The 215 Top Songs of 2015

Enjoy! 1. “FourFiveSeconds," Rihanna, Kanye West and Paul McCartney — It's as if RiRi, Ye and Macca spent February hole up in a South Boston apartment writing a winter anthem. Rihanna’s wounded vocals (thankfully effects free) could be about our stolen space savers: “I think I've had enough I might get a little drunk/I say what's on my mind/I might do a little time.” But McCartney's uplifting guitar strumming and the brilliant, organ-powered gospel break add optimism. The song slammed into the over-produced Top 40 reminding us a killer voice and sweet melody will always succeed, reminding us to stop shoveling and enjoy. 2. “Alexander Hamilton,” Original Broadway Cast -- We live in a world where my mother and mother-in-law spent Thanksgiving dinner agreeing they simply had to get tickets to hip hop musical about a Founding Father. This is a world I’m happy to live in. 3. “Stars Outnumber Our Hearts,” Melissa Ferrick -- The singer-songwriter unwinds the tale of an August night when the night sky exalts the spirits of a whole seaside town (and helps Ferrick “get good with getting old”). “Stars” transcends mortal songwriting: a perfect pop verse, chorus and hook paired with the singer’s sublime cadence and tough-yet-delicate acoustic guitar. 4. “Emotion,” Carly Rae Jepsen -- An astonishingly delicious... (Boston Herald)


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