He's going from Morrissey Boulevard to the mound of the College World Series.

Shea Sprague, whose family has deep roots in Dorchester, is expected to be the starting pitcher today for the University of North ... Read more.

One of the residents at The Boston Home (TBH) on Dorchester Avenue at Gallivan Blvd. has been equipped with a low-cost device to help her navigate her way through her day, thanks to a team of engineers-in-training at ... Read more.

The Boston Art and Music Soul Festival (BAMS) is set to return on June 29 and 30 at Playstead Field in Franklin Park. BAMS Fest started in June 2018 with 2,200 community members attending and quickly grew to a sprawling ... Read more.

Michael G. Adams, Kentucky’s secretary of state, received the 2024 Profile in Courage Award from the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation on Sunday evening in front of an audience of 500 people at JFK Library in Dorchester ... Read more.

Last November, I wrote a column in The Reporter entitled “State officials must deal with scourge of graffiti vandals” that sought to light a fire under our government leaders to deal with the surge in graffiti vandalism, ... Read more.

Eversource is currently working on building a new 2.1-mile underground transmission line connecting its Andrew Square substation to the Dewar Street substation off Dot Ave. in Savin Hill. The project, which is scheduled ... Read more.

Dot Art, the non-profit youth program, which serves children ages 5-10 but hopes to expand to older kids, held a gathering on May 23 at home.stead café to raise funds as the organization prepares to vacate its home at The ... Read more.

President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. made the following remarks in Normandy’s American Cemetery

in Colleville-sur-Mer, France, on June 6, the 80th anniversary of D-Day, the Allied assault on Nazi-occupied ... Read more.

A group of elected officials of color, union advocates, and civil rights attorneys rallied beside City Councillor Julia Mejia on May 29 in calling for an audit of the city’s hiring, firing, disciplinary, and promotional ... Read more.

Ten years ago this month, Lisa Robinson greeted the worst visitor at her door that any parent could have: a stranger delivering her the news that her daughter, Aja Dawn Robinson, had been shot and killed in a murder- ... Read more.

In a rare move, the Boston City Council has voted to reject a recommendation from the Boston Landmarks Commission (BLC) to designate two buildings on the Port Norfolk peninsula that once housed parts of the Putnam Nail ... Read more.

A new collaboration between UMass Boston and the Boston Community Leadership Academy (BCLA)/McCormack 7-12 School just got a lot sweeter for one graduating senior this year with a new scholarship fund at UMass Boston ... Read more.

A federal jury last Friday convicted Stavros Papantoniadis, 48, of Westwood, on three counts of forced labor and three counts of attempted forced labor for what has been described as a reign of terror against his workers ... Read more.

The president of the Boston City Council planned to press this week for ranked choice voting in the city, an electoral reform that more than 1.8 million voters rejected for the entire state during the 2020 election. ... Read more.

“Once Upon a Carnival,” a musical written by Dorchester’s Angele Maraj, will be featured at the Boston New Works Festival at the Calderwood Pavilion and Boston Center for the Arts from Thurs., June 20, through Sunday, the ... Read more.

Diane Patrick, senior counsel at the law firm Ropes & Gray and a former First Lady of Massachusetts, has been elected chair of the Epiphany School’s board of trustees. The independent Dorchester-based school serves ... Read more.

Last Tuesday (June 4), 30 Boston businesses were honored at the second annual Legacy Business Awards, a program intended to promote and enhance family-owned enterprises across the neighborhoods.

After a selection ... Read more.

A federal jury on Friday convicted Stavros Papantoniadis for a reign of terror against his workers, which included sending one man into surgery twice and tormenting other workers by threatening them with death and with ... Read more.

Dorchester’s Neighborhood House Charter School (NHCS) has moved to an online-only model after a shooting incident at the nearby Shawmut MBTA station last Friday in which a student is thought to have been the intended ... Read more.

Divisions Over Shifting Tax Burden Reflected By 8-4 Tally

Mayor Michelle Wu's controversial pursuit of a special law to shift the city's property tax burden beyond allowable limits won approval ... Read more.

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