This Week in NeighborMedia

This Week in NeighborMedia

Everything else you need to know about: Hoops & Health, MLK School Demolition, Charlie & the MTA, Global Partners' Ethanol Plans and more!

  • Posted on: 16 June 2013
  • By: frank

This Week in NeighborMedia: a recap of the week's must-read Cambridge stories produced by NeighborMedia reporters and contributors at Cambridge Community Television.

Latest stories

  • Hoops, health and happy times at Hoyt Field. Maurice Wilkey tells us all about this weekend event focused on men's health:
  • The old MLK School has been sitting quietly behind a chain-link fence for months, leaving some to wonder if anything at all is going on. So, just when will the demolition finally start? Sarah Hill has the scoop:
  • Do you know the story of Charlie and the MBTA? Get a history and a dance lesson all rolled into one in this video from Beverly Mire, reporting from the Harvard Square T station. Watch here:
  • If you read the June 10 story in The Boston Globe, "Global Partners is now an industry powerhouse," there's much you won't learn about one of Fortune 500's largest companies. NeighborMedia reporter, Saul Tannenbaum, takes us past the fluff and delves into Global Partners' plans for ethanol trains in the Boston area:
  • Get to know a bit about the new NeighborMedia coordinator in this post about the new guy at CCTV.

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