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Mayor Walsh’s decision to veto a City Council plan to create a Commission on Black and Latino Men and Boys is an ill-timed and disappointing decision from the... Read more
The best way to prevent tomorrow’s crime is to solve the one that happened yesterday— or last week. Boston Police do a good job responding to the constant calls for service in a city of 600,000-plus people. But they need more tools to help them get... Read more
The Reporter recommends the following positions on the four questions that will appear on state ballots on Nov. 4.
Question 1—A move to eliminate the current indexing of the gas tax would hamper the capacity of the state and city to... Read more
For the better part of the 20th century, Dorchester and Mattapan had a strong identification as a Roman Catholic enclave. At the beginning of the Civil War, there were no Catholic churches in the town of Dorchester. But from 1850 to 1870, the... Read more