A key commercial building at the southern entrance to Adams Village has been sold to a new owner for $3.2 million. The two-story corner structure at 512 Gallivan Blvd. remains the village’s most prominent— and problematic— property and its sale could... Read more
The imprisonment rate of residents of Boston’s communities of color – areas of Dorchester and Roxbury – are consistently double and triple the city average, according to a recently released... Read more
The Bay State on Nov. 8 joined three other states in legalizing marijuana, bringing the national total to eight and becoming the first state on the eastern seaboard to legalize recreational marijuana. Legislative finagling may stop pot shops or... Read more
Boston residents looking for a rare bright spot in last week’s election results can find it in a few places. One is that city voters overwhelmingly supported the passage of the Community Preservation Act, agreeing to a one-percent surcharge on their... Read more
Whittier Street Health Center celebrated the opening of a new pharmacy located at Quincy Commons, 279 Blue Hill Ave., in Dorchester last week. Whittier’s pharmacy is part of the 340B Drug Discount Program that allows access to high quality, low cost... Read more
The Boston City Council on Wednesday approved a request by Councilor Frank Baker to ask the state legislature for 12 new liquor licenses for the South Bay Town Center project.
The company building the mixed-use complex says that... Read more
If you had $16 million that you could use for affordable housing, where would you spend the money? City officials are facing that question after Tuesday’s “yes” vote on Question 5, the Community Preservation Act, that will result in a one percent... Read more
Sonny’s – the longtime Adams Corner bar and eatery run by three generations of the Elia family – closed its doors abruptly on Oct. 26 after it was sold to new buyers. Richard Elia, the son of founder and namesake ‘Sonny’ Elia told the Reporter this... Read more
For the business community working to make the Fairmount Indigo Corridor a thriving hub for employers and workers alike, the consistently underperforming rail line that forms the corridor’s spine remains a consistent barrier to attaining that goal.... Read more
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