Grove Hall

Walsh makes it official, endorses Warren Tolman in AG race

By 
Gintautas Dumcius, State House News Service
Sep. 2, 2014

Warren Tolman, one of the two Democrats running for attorney general, on Tuesday will highlight the official backing of Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, who helped Tolman to a narrow edge over rival Maura Healey at the Democratic Party convention in June.  Read more

Boston Strong? Exhibition

Artists Shea Justice and Jason Pramas provide a parallax view of the tragic Boston Marathon bombings through exploring aspects of civil rights and social justice. The exhibition places the bombings in the context of day-to-day tragedies experienced in Boston’s communities of color.

On September 25 at 6 p.m. there will be a closing reception
and community discussion to follow.

617-427-3337
Grove Hall Branch Library

Women’s role in illicit gun trade is the target

By 
India Smith, Special to the Reporter
Aug. 7, 2014

LIPSTICK: Mayor Martin Walsh joined LIPSTICK for a workshop and meeting at the Grove Hall Library on Saturday. From left to right: Kim Odom, Ruth Rollins, Kristen Keif, Mayor Martin Walsh and Paul Barrett. 	Mayor’s Office Photo by Isabel LeonLIPSTICK: Mayor Martin Walsh joined LIPSTICK for a workshop and meeting at the Grove Hall Library on Saturday. From left to right: Kim Odom, Ruth Rollins, Kristen Keif, Mayor Martin Walsh and Paul Barrett. Mayor’s Office Photo by Isabel Leon

An overflow audience, including Mayor Martin Walsh, packed an anti-violence meeting in Grove Hall last Saturday held by Ladies Involved in Putting a Stop to Inner City Killing, or LIPSTICK, a project of Citizens for Safety, an umbrella group working to stem illegal gun trafficking nationwide.

The organization specifically targets the role of women in the illicit trade of firearms.  Read more

Unlicensed radio station "Touch" 106.1FM shut down in Grove Hall

By 
Staff
Apr. 17, 2014

Above, TOUCH 106.1FM operator Charles Clemons speaks about the federal raid on his unlicensed radio station. According to Clemons, US Marshals and FCC officials arrived at the station's offices today next to the Grove Hall Neighborhood Development Corporation and seized equipment belonging to the station, effectively taking it off the air.  Read more

Volunteer in the Boston Public Schools

Live, work or play in Dorchester? Consider volunteering there, too. Boston Partners in Education is looking for mentors and tutors for students in Boston Public Schools, specifically in Dorchester neighborhoods.

Volunteers work one-on-one or with a small group of students for an hour a week during the school day. Opportunities are available in all grades (K-12) in either English Language Arts or math.  Read more

bharris@bostonpartners.org
Barbara Harris

Commenting on the News without Social Media

I'm not on facebook or twitter and frankly don't want to be. But I do like to, from time to time, comment on news articles in the Reporter. I still send letters and cards using the post office mail -- just a relic of my upbringing -- but I'd use email for a quick comment. Is that just not possible anymore? Do I have to send a letter through the post office? Am I being just too stuck in the mud?

Meet The Next Mayor on BNN TV

Boston's Race to City Hall

12 candidates, each determined to make it through the primary election on September 24, are what remain after 24 sought to win a nomination on the ballot to fill the seat of incumbent Mayor Thomas Menino. The diverse field of candidates, made up of City Councilors, State Representatives, organizers, activists, non-profit leaders, and small business owners, are featured in the newest Boston Neighborhood Network Television series, “Meet the Next Mayor”.  Read more

617-708-3200

Volunteer with FriendshipWorks

FriendshipWorks is looking for volunteers who want to help elders living in Boston or Brookline. Our volunteers help make a difference in the lives of elders every day through friendly visiting and/or providing short-term assistance. Whether you can spare one hour a week or one hour a month, we have an opportunity for you! Help us in our mission to reduce social isolation by replacing it with the warmth and comfort that only a caring and dedicated friend can provide.  Read more

617-482-1510
Friendly Visiting Department

Grove Hall house party ends with three shot dead

The Boston Police Department reports two men and a woman, all in their 20s, were shot to death at 153 Intervale St. around 4:15 a.m.

Police are looking for a maroon or red, older looking Mercury car. Anybody with information can contact detectives at 617-343-4470 or the anonymous tip line by calling 800-494-TIPS or by texting TIP to CRIME (27463).

Dorchester and Mattapan murders over the past year.

Family Variety Fridays

Every Friday evening the Anthony D. Perkins Community Center hosts “Family Variety Fridays”. This is a FREE weekly Friday event open to family, friends of all ages and the community-at-large, all summer long. No membership or registration required.

Activities include but are not limited to movie nights, pool parties, carnival nights and talent shows.

Please come enjoy complimentary snacks and beverages while viewing a family friendly film.

Start Date: Friday, June 14, 2013
End Date: Friday, September 13, 2013
Start Time: 5:00 PM
End Time: 8:30 PM

nancy.rousseau@cityofboston.gov, (617) 635-5146
Nancy Rachel Rousseau