A Dorchester District Court judge on Monday set bail of $500,000 for James Horton of Dorchester, 45, a seasonal Boston DPW worker who is charged with hitting two little kids on bicycles Saturday night, then fleeing the scene as one of them lay there,... Read more
A little-known, but powerful city commission today approved a pair of redevelopment projects along the Fairmount Line corridor that have wide-ranging implications for the Walsh administration’s ambitious goals to build new, affordable housing over the... Read more
This summer, the city will work with residents and businesses to begin upgrading and beautifying Mattapan Square with $500,000 secured from a state bond bill.
“It’s not just brick and mortar. It’s something that is sustainable and that public... Read more
The City Council on Wednesday approved a proposal by Councilor Charles Yancey for hearings on the imminent demolition of the Casey Overpass - several years after state officials announced the plans and months after construction crews began tearing down... Read more
State Police are looking for the driver of a car that hit a man on Morton Street Saturday night and injured him so badly he was given Last Rites at the hospital. He remains hospitalized in critical condition, State Police say.
State Police say... Read more
Community members heard four proposals that would transform the long-abandoned Cote Ford parcels in Mattapan at a public meeting last Thursday. The meeting comes as the city of Boston prepares to select a developer for the blighted plots of land by the... Read more
In response to strong opposition from local elected officials, the MBTA has turned down an offer from Boston Preparatory Charter School, a Hyde Park-based charter school, to buy a parcel adjacent to the Mattapan Station trolley stop currently used as a... Read more
John Steinberg, an archaeologist in UMass Boston’s Andrew Fiske Memorial Center for Archaeological Research, and his students spent... Read more