Abutters to the Dearborn school building are opposed to the school department’s plans to raze the former Dearborn school building and build a new math and science high school on the site
Charlotte Golar Richie has mentored a generation of leaders in state and local government during her nearly 30 years in state and local government.
Volunteers of America is hosting an event aimed at connecting homeless veterans with services
The political clout of the state’s Dominican community was on display at the Boston Dominican Parade, as Mayor Martin Walsh, state Rep. Marcos Devers and a host of candidates for statewide office courted voters
SEIU organizers are engaged in the Fight for $15, a national campaign to raise wages of workers in the fast food industry, adjunct professors and other low-paid professions.
Blacks and whites view the shooting of an unarmed black teenager in Ferguson, and the police response to the protests of the shooting, Mo. through different lenses
Ferguson demonstrates to blacks in Boston and elsewhere that voting is not at all an idle exercise.
Hundreds of demonstrators in Boston turned out to protest the Ferguson, Mo police shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown.
When Sydney Janey found it difficult finding work in Boston’s white-dominated graphic design field, she opened her own firm, turning adversity into opportunity.
Partners HealthCare and the Kraft Center for Community Health Provide Support to Inspiring Physicians and Nurses
Robert Kraft and his family have made a generous gift to Partners HealthCare to create the Kraft Center for Community Health Leadership.
Civil rights pioneer Mary Evans Wilson dedicated her life to fighting for the rights of African Americans.
Hidden gems, Savvor Restaurant & Lounge and Les Zygomates Wine Bar & Bistro offer a taste of Southern and French cuisine in Boston’s Leather District.
A coalition of labor activists and Logan Airport workers met with elected officials to discuss working conditions and wages.
State Senator Linda Dorcena Forry and Suffolk County Sheriff Steve Tompkins are throwing their weight behind state Treasurer Steve Grossman in his campaign for governor.
School department seeks to fill 62 vacancies Madison Park High with just three weeks before school starts
The Boston Public Schools contracted with consultants to hire staff at Madison Park High School in June. Now, with just three weeks before the start of school, there are still 62 teaching, administrative and staff positions yet to be filled.