The board of trustees of the Hyams Foundation recently hired Ms. Jocelyn V. Sargent as its new Executive Director. Sargent will replace outgoing executive director Beth Smith on August 29.
Like many blacks in the building trades, T. Michael Thomas struggled to balance his love for his work and his antipathy for his union. As one of a handful of non-white members of the Sheet Metal Workers Local 17, Thomas ...
As officials struggle to turn the MBTA around, one bone of contention is the role that privatization should play.
Marydith Tuitt is the chief of staff to Rep. Gloria Fox and one of three Democrats vying to take up the mantle of Seventh Suffolk district rep when Fox steps down this year.
Opponents of a ballot measure that could raise the cap on charter schools delivered a letter to state education officials today in which they called for information about the effect of repeated suspensions on students who attend charter schools.
Karriem van Leesten IV recalls his first parlay in real estate when he was a rising Junior at Boston University and he bought his first multi-family home in Dorchester. He renovated it and sold it a couple years later. Today, ...
Developer “linkage” fees on large-scale commercial developments in Boston have led to job training and higher incomes for city residents in need, according to a new report from the city’s Office of Workforce Development.
Long housed in a building directly across Crawford Street from the old Grove Hall Library building, Freedom House moved in three years ago. It now is operating out of a set of trailers while the 8,400 square foot library building ...
Some charge that the Boston Police Department and city have used practices that disproportionately hinder minorities and actively resist what reforms they could make to diversify the force. The BPD’s hiring of its latest recruit class became the subject of ...
Online mapping tool lets public identify Roxbury's cultural assets.
WGBH News award-winning journalist Callie Crossley was recognized with top honors in the Commentary category at the Public Radio News Directors Inc. (PRNDI) Conference, held recently in St. Louis, Missouri.
The Boston Police Department, city government and a major police officer union agreed on a policy proposal to govern use of police body-worn cameras during pilot program, a sign that the pilot may advance.
Youth activists push to have juvenile criminal records permanently deleted, which they say would grant a true second chance.
Protesters numbering in the thousands took over the streets of Roxbury yesterday demonstrating against police violence against blacks in the United States.
The Lawyer’s Committee For Civil Rights and Economic Justice’s Belin Economic Justice Project, can help businesses through legal dilemmas including protecting intellectual property, determining which legal entity a business should select and drawing up catering contracts.