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A Hood located on 118Ave starting at around 44St down to Abbotsfield neightborhood gangs include the [[Abbotsfield Crips]] and the [[32 Bloods]] as well as a few [[Alberta Warrior]] and [[Redd Alert]] gangs around as well but is mainly run by the [[Abbotsfield vice lords]]. A very poor and corrupt neighborhood infested with cops, gangs, and crackheads and crackdealers.
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'''Beverly Heights''' is a neighbourhood in east [[Edmonton]], [[Alberta]], [[Canada]]. Originally part of the Town of Beverly, '''Beverly Heights''' became a part of [[Edmonton]] in 1961 when the town amalgamated with [[Edmonton]].  The neighbourhood is bounded on the south by the North Saskatchewan River valley, on the north by '''118 Avenue''', on the west by '''50 Street''', and on the east by '''34''' and '''36''' Street.  There are four schools in '''Beverly Heights''', the '''Beverly Heights Public School''', the '''Lawton Junior High School''', the '''R.J. Scott Elementary School''', and the '''St. Nicholas Catholic Junior High School'''.  [[Beverly]] is home to a large percentage of lower income families, as well as a significant Aboriginal and immigrant population.
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This area is believed to be the birth place of a group of youths reffered to as the [[North Side]] or '''Northside Boys'''.
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==News==
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[http://www.edmontonpolice.ca/News/SuccessStories/NorthDivisionswitchesgearsontheftfromvehicles.aspx North Division Switches Gears on Theft From Vehicles]
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Latest revision as of 19:08, 24 March 2009

Beverly Heights is a neighbourhood in east Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Originally part of the Town of Beverly, Beverly Heights became a part of Edmonton in 1961 when the town amalgamated with Edmonton. The neighbourhood is bounded on the south by the North Saskatchewan River valley, on the north by 118 Avenue, on the west by 50 Street, and on the east by 34 and 36 Street. There are four schools in Beverly Heights, the Beverly Heights Public School, the Lawton Junior High School, the R.J. Scott Elementary School, and the St. Nicholas Catholic Junior High School. Beverly is home to a large percentage of lower income families, as well as a significant Aboriginal and immigrant population. This area is believed to be the birth place of a group of youths reffered to as the North Side or Northside Boys.


News

North Division Switches Gears on Theft From Vehicles