Editor's Note: The Neponset Day event set for June 3, 2023 has been postponed. Organizers said: "Our apologies, but the weather forecast for this Sat., June 3 isn’t looking good and we made the tough call to postpone the ... Read more.
The Caribbean Jerk Festival will return to the grounds of Second Church in Codman Square this Saturday (June 3) for the fifth installment of the popular eating extravaganza.
Codman Square Neighborhood Development ... Read more.
This beginner’s guide to the Dot Day Parade was originally published in June 2015.
Can you feel it? The sense of anticipation, joy, and wonder, reverberating up and down Dot Ave?
The parade ... Read more.
Big Sister Boston will be participating in Sunday’s Dorchester Day Parade. The girl-serving organization will feature a trolley “float” filled with Big and Little Sisters and staff and a table with activities along the ... Read more.
Dorchester Brewing Company on Mass Ave. has a tradition of rolling out new merchandise each June to celebrate its Dorchester roots and Pride, Boston’s annual celebration of our LGBTQ+ community. This year’s Pride festival ... Read more.
The mayor of Dorchester’s seat is a honorary position that is awarded each year by the Dorchester Day Parade Committee to help raise funds and awareness for Sunday’s parade.
As he prepared to end his tenure in the ... Read more.
A new Little Miss Dorchester and two Young Miss Dorchester co-winners were crowned at the annual Little Miss/Young Miss Dorchester contests on May 13 in First Parish Church on Meetinghouse Hill.
Contestants had to ... Read more.
DOT DAY 2023: COMPLETE GUIDE TO SUNDAY’S PARADE JUNE 4 • 1 P.M. Along Dorchester Ave. from Richmond Street to Columbia Road
Dorchester Day, the annual celebration of Boston’s largest and most diverse neighborhood, takes place this weekend with a series of events highlighted by the Dot Day Parade on Sunday at 1 p.m. The 3.2-mile march up ... Read more.
Over 3000 people piled in and around the porches and patios of the tight-knit Ashmont Adams neighborhood on a hot Saturday afternoon last June to sing along and dance to diverse musical acts in the inaugural DorchFest. ... Read more.
Construction work at the intersection of Morrissey Boulevard and Freeport Street will lead to alternating lane closures between Tuesday, May 30 and Friday, July 14.
The work will last between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m., and ... Read more.
John FitzGerald, an official at the Boston Planning and Development Agency and candidate for District 3, on Wednesday picked up endorsements from two major Dorchester-based unions and a former District 3 councillor.... Read more.
More than 100 people gathered at Dorchester’s Vietnam Veterans Memorial on Monday morning to recite the names of 80 service members from Dorchester who lost their lives in service to their country during the war in ... Read more.
Siobhan and Mairead Manning of Dorchester have landed roles in the Boston Ballet’s “Sleeping Beauty” production, which opened on May 25 and runs through June 4 at the Citizens Bank Opera House downtown.
One of the ... Read more.
NBC10 Boston News Anchor Glenn Jones to speak during 24th annual event
Whittier Street Health Center, a community health ... Read more.
The old bricks, thriving weeds, and peeling paint on the side of an auto body shop near the former home of the ‘Bubble’ community center in Grove Hall for a long time conveyed an unfortunate message about that stretch of ... Read more.
As opioid overdose deaths remain high across the state, substance abuse treatment providers say that increasing reimbursement rates for Medicaid patients may be necessary to avoid closing available beds at addiction and ... Read more.
Preliminary work has begun on a long-awaited “missing link” along the 9-mile-long Neponset River Greenway trail. The 0.7 mile connection between Morrissey Boulevard and Tenean Beach — which amounts to roughly 3,600 feet ... Read more.
City Councillor Ruthzee Louijeune hosted a breakfast with support of Haitian Americans United (HAU), the group that organized the previous Sunday’s Haitian Unity Parade on Blue Hill Avenue, last Thursday (May 18) as the ... Read more.
Marijuana regulators voted Monday to scrap years-old plans that called for rolling out cannabis cafes and other social consumption sites with a 12-municipality pilot program, a step that one official said could bring that ... Read more.
Each spring, supporters gather at the State House for the annual METCO advocacy day. As fine an example of local activism as that is, this year’s should be the last such event. The Metropolitan Council for Economic ... Read more.
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