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Olives in Charlestown remains open for business

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Todd English checked in Tuesday to say that Olives in Charlestown is not closing, despite what you may have heard or read. “In response to the April Fools’ Day rumor that Olives in Charlestown is closing, I want to reassure our customers and let everyone know that Olives is most certainly not closing,” English said in a statement. “We are open for business and chef James Klewin and our entire staff are looking forward to welcoming all our loyal customers.”

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