The Reporter co-publisher Bill Forry and his wife Hon. Linda Dorcena Forry joined WBUR's Darryl C. Murphy for a discussion on four decades of The Reporter and how it's helped to shape the Boston we know today. ... Read more.
The City Council approved a labor agreement reached between the Wu administration and the city’s firefighters union, Local 718. The sign-off, which came at Wednesday’s Council meeting and sent the agreement to Mayor Wu’s ... Read more.
On Saturday, Sept. 30 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. community members are invited to join members of the Mary Eliza Project at the Lower Mills Branch of the Boston Public Library to learn about the ongoing transcription of ... Read more.
In partnership with the Emerald Necklace Conservancy and Franklin Park Zoo, “Blue Shark Garden” by Aquinnah Wampanoag artist and marine scientist Elizabeth James-Perry opened at Franklin Park this month.
The ... Read more.
State environmental leaders assembled on Wales Street last week to celebrate the third day of Climate Week and highlight a supportive housing build-out that received $200,000 in state funding for the installation of a ... Read more.
In an effort to enhance attention to pedestrian safety at the intersection of Dorchester Avenue and Adams Street, Fields Corner Main Street (FCMS), one of the city’s 20 Main Street organizations, is developing a mural to ... Read more.
While ongoing roofing work seeks to button up the leaks in Humphreys Art Studios at Uphams Corner, the second phase of New Atlantic Development’s plan to save the studios – which includes a new 21-unit affordable housing ... Read more.
The Boston Home’s annual Resident Art Show celebrated the creativity and talent of the Home’s residents, with work by 25 artists on exhibit during an evening event on Sept. 14.
The Boston Home, located at the ... Read more.
Watching John Dunlap, Jr. conduct business at his Dorchester Used Bicycle and Thrift Shop these days is seeing poetry in motion.
While anything can happen on any given day at his Dot Ave storefront – conversations ... Read more.
The attack on Pearl Harbor in December 1941 united millions of Americans with the goal of winning a world war that had been ongoing for two years in Europe and Asia. Hundreds of millions of words about wartime ... Read more.
Long before Dorchester native Calvin “Wolf” Davis was earning accolades for his many track successes, including a bronze medal in the 400m hurdles in the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, his family knew he had the gift of ... Read more.
The plaza that is home to Lambert’s Rainbow Market last week sold for $10 million in a transaction guaranteeing that the family-owned business, known for its to-go meals and deli meats, among other items, will remain in ... Read more.
With the agency struggling to improve subway service and facing heightened scrutiny from federal regulators, MBTA General Manager Phil Eng reshaped the T’s management hierarchy last Friday (Sept. 22).
Eng said the ... Read more.
Hunter Biden has long been a burden on his family. His father has been a loyal, perhaps over-indulgent, parent. Understandably so, given the loss of his wife and daughter in a motor vehicle accident years ago and the more ... Read more.
When Joe Leary passed away last week at the age of 90, The Reporter family lost a longtime friend and contributor. Raised in Milton, the “Double Eagle” (BC High and Boston College) grad had a 30-year career as an ... Read more.
A US Postal Service letter carrier was robbed but uninjured along his route just before noon last Friday (Sept. 22) near Codman Square, according to Boston Police and Postal Inspection Service officials, who are ... Read more.
The first in-person community meeting regarding a controversial proposal by Boston Medical Center to build supportive housing at the Shattuck Hospital site on the Dorchester-Jamaica Plain border took place last Tuesday ( ... Read more.
Outside groups, also known as super PACs, laid out six figures in the preliminary election earlier this month, focusing their efforts on District 3, which is anchored in Dorchester, and District 5, which includes Hyde ... Read more.
The Fairmount commuter rail line will be free during the 16-day shutdown of the Ashmont and Mattapan branches of the Red Line, MBTA officials said Wednesday.
A similar policy was in place during last year’s Orange ... Read more.
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