Despite the drizzly weather, it was last year around this time that the first Lower Mills Holiday Stroll surprised organizers by attracting over 300 people, many of whom later returned to patronize shops they had peeked in on.
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Boston Police and two city councilors today opposed a request by Tasty Caribbean, 388 Blue Hill Ave. to extend its closing hours from midnight to 2 a.m.
Det. John Danilecki of District B-2 told the Boston Licensing Board that the... Read more
"It'll help the neighborhood. It fits." So pronounced one patron at the long-awaited opening last Friday of a new Lower Mills restaurant and bar - Ledge Kitchen and Drinks - on the former site of Donovan's Village restaurant at 2261 Dorchester Avenue... Read more
Plans for a new housing development on Adams Street were presented by the Boston Redevelopment Authority at a neighborhood meeting on Tuesday evening at the Kit Clark Senior Services Center in Fields Corner. The proposed building would be built at the... Read more
A fiscal tug-of-war between Governor Deval Patrick and the Legislature over the future of the Franklin Park Zoo has left the institutionâ€™s fate in the balance and some in Dorchester talking about the zooâ€™s significance to the community and... Read more
Joe Lawlor has sold thousands of cars in his six years as sales manager at Morrissey Boulevardâ€™s Westminster Dodge. The Bickford family â€” which has operated the Chrysler dealership since the 1960s â€” has sold many times that.
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Dwayne Lawrence and the Teen Health Movement explore their options along Blue Hill Ave.
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