Anthony Paciulli spent most of his adult life managing community banks, helping people to organize their finances and buy their first homes. These days, after retiring from leadership roles in banking and mortgage businesses, he has discovered a new... Read more
A one-year project to modernize a key underground sewer line will impact traffic on several streets in and around Lower Mills and Cedar Grove starting next spring. Officials from Massachusetts Water Resources Authority will brief neighbors about the... Read more
I-93 north and south off-ramps will also be closed during these times
The drawbridge over the Neponset River on Granite Avenue will be closed to all vehicular traffic during overnight hours on Sunday, August 12, as well as... Read more
Boston Police are investigating the shooting death of a man who was found shot to death early this morning near the corner of Hilltop Street and Lenoxdale Avenue, just off of Granite Avenue. Boston Police say they were called to the scene near the... Read more
The Boston Parks and Recreation Department’s Citywide Concert Series comes to Dorchester Park on Thursday, August 3 with a performance by Sweet Tooth and the Sugarbabies.
The seven-person band— made up of students from Berklee College of Music... Read more
Officials from Cedar Grove Cemetery are seeking a zoning designation change for two parcels of land abutting Granite Avenue. The change from burial ground to a one-family lot and parking availability would pave the way for residential development on... Read more
A morning fire on an exterior balcony at the Keystone Apartments on Hallet Street triggered a big response from the Boston Fire Department this morning. The fire on the third floor of the elderly housing complex was known down quickly, thanks in part... Read more
Seven people suffered minor injuries last Wednesday morning (Nov. 26) when an out-of-service MBTA trolley rolled backwards and collided with an inbound Ashmont trolley along a stretch of the Mattapan High Speed line inside Cedar Grove Cemetery just... Read more
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