The Boston Globe: Ceremony honors those in Mass. who died without a home

By Laura Crimaldi

The streets of Boston have been Frank Hampshire’s home off and on since 1978, and a place where he has said many goodbyes.

On Friday, he paid tribute to some of the homeless men and women who have died on those streets in the last year by participating in the reading of their names at an interfaith service on Beacon Hill.

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