Kevin McCrea

Below is what's running in this week's Dorchester Reporter on the fireworks at DotOUT's endorsement forum on Monday. We Twittered it here. (And for good measure, here's the write-up of Sue O'Connell, publisher of Bay Windows and emcee of the event; the... Read more
As their candidates sweat it out under the WBZ studio lights on Wednesday night, mayoral campaign supporters will be hitting bars in the Allston/Brighton and Dorchester areas. Here’s where the debate watch parties are going to be, according to the... Read more
Could the South End be experiencing election fatigue? notes that area voters have had to go to ballot box seven times in three years, including the recent special election to fill House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi's Third Suffolk District seat... Read more
Mayor Thomas Menino is defending the Boston Redevelopment Authority, an agency that has drawn heavy fire from the three other candidates running for mayor. At a forum in Jamaica Plain last week, Menino called the agency, which oversees development and... Read more
New England Cable News' Jim Braude received some love from Sam Yoon's mayoral campaign tonight. Fellow mayoral hopeful Kevin McCrea, not so much. "There hasn't been nearly enough discussion of the issues that will move Boston's city government into the... Read more
Flattery got mayoral hopeful Kevin McCrea nowhere Monday night. Asked by NECN talk show host Jim Braude how he planned to win the preliminary election on Sept. 22, the South End businessman quipped, “I go on Jim Braude’s radio show, I go on your TV... Read more
City Councillor At-Large Michael Flaherty's mayoral campaign ratcheted up the rhetoric on Monday, ripping into Mayor Thomas Menino over his proposal to raise the city's meals and lodging taxes. Campaign manager Jon Romano sent a fundraising appeal to... Read more
City Councillor At-Large and mayoral candidate Michael Flaherty launched a new website on Saturday that hit Mayor Thomas Menino over city spending. The website features a new flyer Flaherty volunteers are distributing this weekend: One side, titled "... Read more
Mayoral hopeful Kevin McCrea on Tuesday said the city should dump police details at road construction sites. "I want to concentrate the police on doing police work," he told the Reporter. Construction site oversight should be left to civilian flaggers, he... Read more
It was a scathing editorial: In a 624-word April harangue titled “Change is coming,” the Bay State Banner, a local paper chiefly focused on the region’s African-American community, ripped into Mayor Thomas Menino. The author, Melvin Miller, took the... Read more


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