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15-P-1543 Appeals Court
COMMONWEALTH vs. TRADITION (NORTH AMERICA) INC.; RONALD JAMPEL & others, third-party defendants.
Suffolk. October 5, 2016. – February 21, 2017.
Present: Meade, Milkey, & Kinder, JJ.
Bonds, Tax-exempt. Contribution. Contract, Performance and breach, Implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing, Indemnity, Bidding for contract, Misrepresentation, Unjust enrichment, Interference with contractual relations, Settlement agreement, Release from liability. Indemnity. Massachusetts False Claims Act. Consumer Protection Act, Unfair or deceptive act. Deceit. Fraud. Conspiracy. Unjust Enrichment. Unlawful Interference. Release. Limitations, Statute of. Practice, Civil, Enforcement of liability on bond, Joinder of claims, Damages.
One of the South End’s top chocolatiers will soon open a new artisan bakery cafe in the North End.
Chef Lee Napoli, who owns the South End’s Chocolee Chocolates, will soon open “Bread and Butter” at 64 Cross St. in the North End, the former location of Cafe Graffiti. Plans for the space were first announced late last summer.
The new cafe will house 80 seats in a 2,500 space and will feature éclairs, croissants and handmade treats from Chocolee Chocolates. The menu will also include sandwiches, coffee and salads.
Lee, an accomplished chef and pastry chef, previously worked for consulted for many of Boston’s top reastaurants, including Grill 23, Bricco, The Buttery in the South End and Sandrine’s Bistro in Cambridge.
Friends of a North End woman severely injured in the Boston Marathon bombings last week are hoping to raise $ 750,000 to help her with hospital costs and other needs during her recovery.
According to a post on GoFundMe.com, North End resident Roseann Sdoia had attended the Red Sox game at Fenway Park on Monday, April 15 and had walked over to the finish line at Copley Square to watch the rest of the marathon when she was injured by the explosions.
“Roseann suffered serious injuries as a result of the explosions and has lost a leg above the knee,” wrote Christine Rousseau Hart, who attended high school and college with Sdoia.
Hart posted a photo on the GoFundMe.com site that shows Sdoia watching the race in front of the restaurant Forum, standing three people away from eight-year-old Martin Richard of Dorchester, who was one of three people killed in the bombings.
Sdoia reportedly has undergone several surgeries for her injuries.
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ROBERT O’NEILL vs. SCHOOL COMMITTEE OF NORTH BROOKFIELD & another.
Hampshire. October 4, 2012. ‑ February 8, 2013.
Present: Ireland, C.J., Spina, Cordy, Botsford, Gants, Duffly, & Lenk, JJ.
School and School Committee, Superintendent of schools, Retirement benefits. Contract, Employment.
Civil action commenced in the Superior Court Department on October 11, 2006.
The case was heard by Mary‑Lou Rup, J., on motions for summary judgment; a motion for reconsideration was considered by her; and entry of final judgment was ordered by her.