Erik Wm. Suter returns to the Parish of All Saints on Sunday, Oct. 2 to perform a free concert on the C. B. Fisk and Skinner organs of All Saints. Mr. Suter will perform the organ music of Maurice Duruflé, in commemoration of the 30th anniversary of... Read more
The Boston Redevelopment Authority's board of directors has given its blessing to another significant mixed-use development across from Ashmont station. A proposal to build a new 64-unit apartment complex on what is now the former Odwin Learning Center... Read more
Developers and public officials on Monday broke ground on the Ashmont Station-adjacent mixed-used development known as Ashmont TOD2. The former Ashmont Tire property has been rebranded “Treadmark,” a reference to the site’s automotive history.
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Specialty food store to anchor ground level
Dorchester’s newest mixed-use development will celebrate its new name and official groundbreaking next Monday in a ceremony that will include Governor Charlie Baker and Mayor Marty... Read more
Dorchester’s own All Saints Church has received a 2016 Massachusetts Historical Commission Historic Preservation Award. Secretary William F. Galvin, who serves as chairman of the commission, presented the award at a recent ceremony in the Massachusetts... Read more
A dozen historic homes and carriage barns will swing wide their doors and show off their classic detailing next Sunday for the first Dorchester House Tour in a decade. The Dorchester Historical Society has resurrected the tour, dating back to the 1970s... Read more
Mary Greene, who has been an integral part of the Ashmont Nursery School since 1989, will retire this spring. Greene will be the honoree at the school’s “Under One Sky” auction and fundraiser on May 21 at the Boston Winery.
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A proposal for a mixed-use, five-story building at 1943 Dorchester Ave. in Peabody Square faced pushback from community members at its first public airing Monday evening.
Attendees at the Boston Redevelopment Authority-hosted session... Read more
The former home of a nursing school across from Ashmont Station will be razed to make room for a five-story apartment complex aimed at “middle-income” residents with a first-floor commercial space under a plan filed with the Boston Redevelopment... Read more