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Jonathan Spillane, a Hyde Park native, is the latest candidate to add his name to the pool of at-large city council candidates. Spillane, 29, recently took a leave of absence as Councillor Kenzie Bok’s director of budget in order to campaign. Currently a... Read more
Former State Rep. and current Massachusetts Civil Rights Commissioner Charlotte Golar Richie endorsed David Halbert’s campaign for city council at-large today. “David is a smart and principled problem-solver, who will drive an agenda that promotes racial... Read more
A Roxbury-based developer wants to build a 4-story, 15-unit condominium building at 120-122 Hancock St. in Dorchester on what is now a vacant, city-owned parcel. Under the proposal, which was discussed in a virtual meeting sponsored by the Boston Planning... Read more
Editor’s Note: Larry DiCara, the former Boston City Councillor, is making good progress as he recovers from a Jan. 7 accident in which he was struck by a vehicle in Marion, Mass. This is his first essay on the developing race for mayor of Boston. There... Read more
There’s renewed hope this week that a confluence of state and city attention and monies will finally break an impasse over how best to move forward in rebuilding our vulnerable, but essential road system along Dorchester’s coastline. Baker administration... Read more
Mike Szkolka was elected president of the Columbia Savin Hill Civic Association in an election held virtually last November where the result was never in question.  “I was the only person who ran. So, I won and then here we are,” the 41-year-old Szkolka... Read more
Fresh from the success of the virtual “A Christmas Celtic Sojourn” in December, WGBH broadcaster Brian O’Donovan and his dedicated production team, plus a cohort of accomplished music and dance performers – including some from Greater Boston – will... Read more
The Trustees of Boston Community Gardens will host the 45th annual Gardener’s Gathering in an online format next weekend, March 20-22, with a focus on how community gardens are not only food sources, but also potential hubs of social activism. The... Read more
A Dorchester man was arrested by federal agents and Boston Police in Randolph last Friday afternoon (March 5) as part of an investigation into alleged drug and gun trafficking. Omari Peterson, 33, was carrying two plastic bags containing cocaine on his... Read more
A non-profit that seeks to promote child safety joined with Boston Fire Department officials last week to promote the ‘Baby Safe Haven’ law during an event at the Engine 16 station house on Gallivan Boulevard. Boston Fire Commissioner Jack Dempsey... Read more
One year after a state of emergency was first declared in Boston, Mayor Walsh on Tuesday urged city residents to keep their guard up, get tested for Covid-19, seek out vaccinations, and avoid large gatherings ahead of the St. Patrick’s Day/Evacuation Day... Read more
State Sen. Nick Collins will once again host the annual St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast this year in a virtual event to support COVID-19 relief efforts that will be broadcast on NESN and WROL Irish radio on March 21. The annual political tradition will... Read more
Letters of acceptance to Boston’s three exam schools —Boston Latin School, Boston Latin Academy, and the John D. O’Bryant School of Mathematics and Science— have been delayed after a group of parents filed a lawsuit last week claiming that the school... Read more
A long-stalled plan to modernize Morrissey Boulevard will get revived this spring as state and city officials combine forces to fund a $1 million engineering study over the next year aimed at advancing the project as a stream of massive new development... Read more
John Barros announced his candidacy for Mayor of Boston this morning inside Restaurant Cesaria on Bowdoin Street. He was joined by his wife Tchintcia and their four children, along with a handful of other relatives. Daniel Sheehan photo Seeks to bridge... Read more
There was a time when “Red” O’Hara seemed destined for a stellar career on the national sports scene. Then love and a longing for home turned everything around. In the wake of his death, family and friends have been reflecting on the decision that changed... Read more
Joseph “Red” O’Hara, a Dorchester native and onetime “bonus baby” with the American League’s Kansas City Athletics in the mid-1950s, died on Feb. 20 in Sarasota, Florida, where he and his wife, the late Anne (Wayland), had retired several years ago. He... Read more
If the events of 2020 have not catapulted us into more than just a mere moment of reckoning with racial justice, then what will it take? As our state still faces the pursuit of racial justice after the fervor of events following the murder of George Floyd... Read more
Toiell Washington of Dorchester is the undergraduate recipient of the 2021 Salem State University Martin Luther King, Jr. Leadership Award. A sociology major, student leader, and community activist, Washington is a co-founder of Black Boston, Inc., a... Read more
A Dorchester native and his wife have donated $5 million to help those battling dementia and Alzheimer’s under the auspices of the Hebrew SeniorLife Center in Roslindale. The contribution will help the non-profit assist seniors and their caregivers... Read more

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