A proposal to develop a statewide code for the use of police body cameras -- and to exempt their footage from public records laws -- is meeting pushback from police groups and the state’s top records overseer. Rep. Denise Provost’s bill, which had a... Read more
A man was shot to death on Sunday night in the heart of Uphams Corner Boston Police were called to Dudley Street and Columbia Road just after 11:30 p.m. and found a man--who has not been named--suffering from an "apparent gunshot wound." He was rushed to... Read more
A woman was arrested in South Boston last Saturday for allegedly pushing and repeatedly striking a male EMT responding to an emergency call. Donna Taylor, 37, of Boston, faces several charges, including assault on ambulance personnel, assault and battery... Read more
President Donald Trump on Monday doubled down on his criticism of several minority congresswomen, including Rep. Ayanna Pressley, who he said should “go back” to the countries they came from, standing by his weekend comments that Gov. Charlie Baker called... Read more
Uphams Corner Health Center has appointed Dr. Shelly Taylor as the facility’s new dental director. She recently moved here from Florida where she was also a dental director at a health center. In this new leadership role, she will have oversight of the... Read more
Father and uncle of young victim are charged Prosecutors in Boston say two brothers shooting at a man at a city park during July 4th celebrations also inadvertently struck one of the suspects’ 8-year-old daughter. Nathas Jacquecine and Ian King pleaded... Read more
Harbor Health will host monthly HIV rapid testing clinics at its Geiger Gibson and Daniel Driscoll – Neponset Community Health Centers in Dorchester.  The free, fast, and confidential walk-in rapid testing clinics are open to anyone in the community.  No... Read more
Warning of significant mental health risks that veterans, first responders, and others face, advocates urged lawmakers last week to launch a commission tasked with improving treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder. Two bills before the Joint... Read more
The ballots are set for the five city council races that merit a preliminary election in September, with 15 candidates competing for at-large and even more hopefuls across three busy district council races as the summer campaign season gets into full... Read more
Boston’s largest provider of domestic and dating-violence awareness efforts and support for survivors will soon relocate to a new space in Grove Hall. Casa Myrna Vazquez, Inc., intends to buy and renovate the historic Rubina Ann Guscott building and an... Read more
JFK/UMass station sits at the joint of Dorchester and South Boston, with connected train branches and adjoining roadways stretching out like spokes on a wheel around it. The critical entryway into a stretch of Boston gearing up for a building boom is... Read more
Activists, physicians, and social workers urged lawmakers Tuesday to expand a state welfare program helping low-income parents, arguing existing cash grants are insufficient to meet growing costs and leave many children stuck in poverty. After helping... Read more
Starkly injecting race into his criticism of liberal Democrats, President Trump said over the weekend that four congresswomen of color should go back to the “broken and crime infested” countries they came from, ignoring the fact that all of the women are... Read more
Old Pearl hot dog factory is now a busy incubator At 10 a.m. on a Monday morning, Commonwealth Kitchen’s Quincy Street complex is a hive of activity. Workers roll carts of ingredients down a loading dock ramp to food trucks waiting in the parking lot.... Read more
In the first eight days that Encore Boston Harbor was open, gamblers wagered more than $93.5 million on the slot machines alone at the Everett casino and the Wynn Resorts operation counted $16.79 million in total revenue, or more than $2 million a day.... Read more
The Suffolk County Sheriff’s Department recently welcomed twin brothers Devin and Jason McCourty into the House of Correction to meet with the participants of the Department’s P.E.A.C.E. Unit. The visit was arranged through a collaborative effort between... Read more
Mayor Martin Walsh on Wednesday sent a letter to MBTA leadership asking for concrete improvements to the train system to better service those inconvenienced by the still lagging Red Line. “I just signed a budget for the City that gives $90 million to the... Read more
In the month since the city sent out a survey asking for input into the revitalization of Blue Hill Avenue, more than 200 people have offered feedback. From preliminary findings, a hefty majority of respondents find the roadway to be dangerous and... Read more
The JFK Library will host JFK Space Fest on Sat., July 20 in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission and the completion of President Kennedy’s mission to send a man to the moon. The festival, which will include special activities and... Read more
A man was shot to death on Sunday night in the heart of Uphams Corner. Police were called the scene at Dudley Street and Columbia Road just after 11:30 p.m. and found the victim suffering from an "apparent gunshot wound." The man was rushed to a local... Read more


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