Workforce development was the topic at a gubernatorial debate held at Roxbury Community College, but immigration issues emerged as an area of contention as Treasurer Steve Grossman went on the attack against Attorney General Martha Coakley
A report released by the Annie E. Casey Foundation shows Massachusetts leads the nation in children’s education, health care and well-being. State officials tout investments by Governor, Legislature in education and health care.
Several weeks after Treasurer Steve Grossman pressed Attorney General Martha Coakley to release statistics showing the percentage of minority hires in her office, Coakley shows 15 percent of her hires have been people of color
The Mass. Senate voted down to compromise bills that would have lifted the cap on charter school seats in Massachusetts
Mayor, local activists break ground on new Roxbury farm plot under city’s new commercial farm zoning
A new zoning law allows for commercial farming in Boston. City officials, local businesses and activists turn out to Harold Street plot to break ground on new farm site.
40 teens from Save the Harbor/Save the Bay and the Boys and Girls Clubs of Boston took part in the 4th Annual Fan Pier Celebrity Youth Fishing Tournament
This year’s winners of the Fan Pier Celebrity Youth Fishing Tournament included Roza Wineh, 16, of Roxbury, Candido Barros, 19, of Jamaica Plain, Jazeel Mendez, 17, of Dorchester, Angela Ruiz, 13, of Chelsea, and Marco Savage, 18, of Charlestown.
Mayor Martin Walsh issues a request for ideas for the Roxbury Innovation Center, a business incubator space to be housed in the Ferdinand Building
A veteran Roxbury social service agency will mark its 50th anniversary with a gala celebration
Residency requirements for police, the detention of immigrants and data on the racial composition of the city’s workforce dominated the City Council meeting last week.
City Councilor Charles Yancey urged mayor to release statistics on racial makeup of city’s workforce. Mayor Martin Walsh said he will release the data.
A proposal for a construction debris transfer station in the Newmarket Business District is drawing fire from local neighborhood organizations.
A group of activists who worked to secure equitable education resources in Roxbury in the 1960s meets to discuss the history of school desegregation
Major (Gerard) Eric Hill, a Boston native and US Army Reserves Officer, was recently honored by the ambassador to Afghanistan and the Department of State for his dedication and service as the US Forces Garrison Liaison to the NATO Support ...
Chelsea social service agencies, city officials strategize on how to provide services for influx of young undocumented immigrants.
With many homes selling for more than half a million dollars, Roxbury’s housing market is on the rise. Pressure from surrounding communities and interest from buyers outside Roxbury may be fueling the increases. Deals are still available, for those with ...