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Children from age 8 to 13 soon will begin spending their summer under All Dorchester Sports & Leadership, playing baseball at Town Field in Fields Corner. The program is a learning opportunity: no experience is required to play. “You don’t have to be... Read more
Money! Follow the money. It’s all about the money. Money makes the world go round. Money talks and you know what walks. In Baseball, the color of money is ugly. The subject of money suffocates the game. You can’t talk about baseball without getting into... Read more
The racial taunts— and objects, including a bag of peanuts— that Orioles outfielder Adams Jones said were hurled at him on Monday night at Fenway Park have brought legitimate scrutiny to how the Boston Red Sox police and protect their fans and players... Read more
The old Bayside Expo site as viewed late last year in the middle of demolition. Bill Forry photo Last Thursday evening, the Dorchester Reporter was the first to report that hush-hush negotiations between UMass and the Kraft family to build a 20,000-seat... Read more
Michelle EganMichelle Egan is used to training hard for bouts in the boxing ring. But, this year the 31 year-old athlete has put aside the gloves for a pair of running sneakers as she preps for the BAA Boston Marathon. While training for last November’s... Read more
Boston’s best and brightest high school players were in the spotlight at the Dr. Joseph D. Warren Memorial Basketball All-Star Classic at Northeastern University’s Cabot Center last weekend. The All-Star Classic is presented by Scholar Athletes, the... Read more
Steven Farrell and Todd RobinsonSteven Farrell and Todd Robinson like to do things together, and this year they have lined up a couple of dual events – running in the Boston Marathon next month and marrying in September. But first things first. They are... Read more
Super Bowl LI— Patriots are champs again: Associated Press photo One has resisted, Lord knows. Bowing to the conventional wisdom, let alone the lunatic ravings of a crazed fan base, has never been my idea of a guiding principle for the doing of this... Read more
Bayside Expo site nearly cleared on Columbia Point: The Boston Teachers Union building on Mt. Vernon St. (shown at left) stands next to what was once the Bayside Expo Center. As we reported last week, the Walsh administration intends to follow through... Read more
The reinvention of City Hall Plaza into Boston Winter—complete with ice skating, beer hall and shopping chalets — may be a downtown destination, but this innovation has Dorchester’s fingerprints all over it. So it was quite fitting that the first kids to... Read more

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