Boston Public Health Commission launches initiative
ABCD to buy building at center of Charles Street AME bankruptcy
Worcester State University study will examine post-secondary outcomes for Latino males in five Massachusetts communities – Worcester, Lawrence, Boston, Springfield and Holyoke
Boston youth have made recommendation for spending $1 million in city funds
Former Dorchester resident Alex Owumi speaks to gathering at Grove Hall Library about his harrowing ordeal as a member of a Libyan basketball team during the uprising that removed former dictator Muammar Quaddafi from power
BHA officials, community members meet to discuss $300 million redevelopment plan for Whittier Street public housing development
Boston Housing Authority officials, tenants and neighbors meet to discuss the $300 million redevelopment of the Whittier Street public housing development. The federally-funded redevelopment plan includes plans to develop affordable and market-rate housing in the neighborhoods around Whittier Street.
Community members gathered with Boston’s top black public safety officials to recognize the new diversity in the command staffs of the city’s police and fire departments.
The majority of Boston’s middle school students will no longer receive yellow school bus service, but will receive MBTA passes instead. A group of city councilors citing public safety concerns failed in a bid to block the BPS budget on ...
Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced that the City of Boston has received an additional $1.2 million to provide permanent and transitional housing for 60 formerly homeless individuals and families. The new award is part of Housing and Urban Development’s Continuum ...
Many top city leaders came together to help Warren Tolman, candidate for attorney general,earn the endorsement of the Democratic State Convention in Worcester.
Attorney General Martha Coakley, candidate for governor, announced this week the opening of a new campaign office on 634 Warren St. in Grove Hall.
Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative and Boston Promise Initiative have officially launched their Investments in Neighborhood Change Grants program to aid organizations providing services in the Dudley Street area with funding from U.S. Department of Education
Gwen Ifill will receive the Neuharth Award for Excellence in Journalism on June 23 at the Newseum’s Knight Conference Center. The longtime print and television journalist is co-anchor of the PBS NewsHour and moderator of “Washington Week.”
Business for a Fair Minimum Wage, a Boston-based network of business owners, executives, and business groups, released a statement last week commending the state’s passage of minimum wage legislation. The new law raises the minimum wage gradually from $8 to ...
State Sen. Sonia Chang-Díaz encourages any resident or interested party to discuss any community, regional or statewide issues of concern at her neighborhood office hours.