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It's amazing what some snow removal can do to the morning commute

Jackie Murphy reports on her commute: Tons of snow hauled away on Gallivan and Morton last night. Huge improvement on roads! Commute yesterday Dot to JP 1.75 hrs, today 28 min. ColdSummer checks in from Forest Hills: Hyde Park Ave is Back to NORMAL. Hallelujah . No More Gridlocks
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Remember that sidewalk on the Fairmount bridge two guys shoveled out?

Yeah, about that. Looks like a plow driver completely covered it up with snow boulders, so, as Molly Lanzarotta reports, Fairmount Line riders and people looking to get from one side of the train tracks and the Neponset to the other have to walk in the street again. It's no better down the line at Readville station, where Boston Strolls reports sidewalks have gone unshoveled since that first January storm.
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Man threatened with taser in Hyde Park sneaker holdup attempt; bystanders intervene

Tue, 02/10/2015 - 15:45A Hyde Park man faces charges he started firing a taser at a man he and another guy were trying to rob last week. Meshach Sicot, 19, didn't get a chance to actually shock his victim Feb. 10 on Greenwood Avenue because several people who watched the attempted robbery unfold intervened, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports:Neighborhoods: Hyde ParkTopics: Crime
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