The following remarks at the ‘Healing Our City’ interfaith service were delivered at the South End’s Cathedral of the Holy Cross. The remarks are in the order they were delivered: Mayor Thomas Menino, who rose from his wheelchair to deliver his... Read more
Boston and MBTA Police are stepping up patrols this week and warning the public after a flurry of street robberies targeting women that may be the work of a single, armed bandit. The incidents have all targeted women who were walking home from Red Line... Read more
Gregg Bernstein drew his inspiration for a new mural he’s painting this week in Lower Mills from an old postcard. Bernstein, the man behind many of Boston’s largest and most celebrated wall murals, has been commissioned to paint the scene by the... Read more
Frank Baker is getting an early start in the 2013 municipal election. The freshman city councillor has scheduled a fundraiser and a reelection campaign kick-off for Monday, Oct. 22.
The fundraiser is set for The Ledge in Lower Mills at 6 p.m.... Read more
Lower Mills merchants and community leaders are organizing a drive to assist a family which lost its home in a five-alarm fire on Fairmount Street on Thursday. The Lower Mills Merchants Association, Vargas & Vargas Insurance, Meetinghouse Bank and... Read more
Labouré College on Tuesday finalized a deal to purchase the former Aquinas College property in Milton.
Sources confirmed to the Reporter on Monday that officials from the private Catholic college, which is adjacent to Carney... Read more
The head of the city’s legal department this week sent a letter to the operators of a proposed sober housing business in Lower Mills, warning them that documents they provided to city officials cites one law that does not exist and another that does... Read more