LOUIS D. BROWN PEACE INSTITUTE'S SURVIVORS OUTREACH SERVICES
MONTHLY SURIVIVOR OF HOMICIDE VICTIMS OPEN HOUSE
EVERY 4TH THURSDAY OF THE MONTH
6:00pm – 8:00pm
LOUIS D. BROWN PEACE INSTITUTE
1452 Dorchester Avenue, 2nd Floor
Fields Corner ∙ Dorchester
Tour our amazing space for healing. Learn our programs & services.
Network with survivors of homicide victims.
Stay informed to better advocate for you & family members
Give back in memory of your loved one.
Discover the 7 Principles of Peace.
Light Refreshments will be served Read more
The mission of The Compassionate Friends is to assist families toward the positive resolution of grief following the death of a child of any age and to provide information to help others be supportive.
Our newest chapter is in Boston. It meets at the Reggie Lewis Center, 1350 Tremont St., Boston, MA., every first Tuesday of the month. The meeting is from 6pm-7:30pm. Refreshments are provided.
The Boston Fire Department reports a three-alarm fire at 3 Robinson St. broke out shortly before 1 a.m. Saturday, March 5, did an estimated $500,000 in damage and sent one firefighter to the hospital with a shoulder injury.
None of the ten residents in the house were injured, but the Red Cross was called in to help find them places to stay.
The cause of the fire is under investigation. Read more
2011 ADSL BASEBALL & SOFTBALL REGISTRATION
Walk-in Registration for the 2011 Season will be held on the following Saturdays:
March 12th, March 19th, March 26th, April 2nd, April 9th, April 16th
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Place: ADSL Building – 1565 Dorchester Ave. (Town Field)
You may also download the form on our website www.alldorchestersportsleague.org starting March 5th, 2011. Please follow instructions carefully if you are sending the form with payment through mail. Registration by appointment may also be available.
Baseball Age determined as of May 1st Read more
The Boston Fire Department reports a basement short circuit sparked a fire that spread to the first floor of 116 Adams St. around 3:30 Friday afternoon.
Local 718 reports the initial call came from children in their bedroom. Firefighters got them out OK, however. The Red Cross responded to the fire scene to help one adult and four children find alternate housing because of the damage, which the department estimated at $75,000.
An Open Boston City Council
A.J. Wright, one of two anchor tenants in the Fields Corner shopping mall on Geneva Avenue, will close its doors next month as part of a national consolidation plan. But disappointment over the shut-down will be short-lived: The location will re-open as a HomeGoods store in April.
Executives from TJX, the Framingham-based retail company that owns both chains, announced their plans to convert 91 A.J. Wright stores — including the Dorchester location— last month. This week, the company confirmed that it intends to re-purpose the store as a HomeGoods, which specializes in home furnishings and giftware. Read more
FaNtastic Kids is a fun,FREE 12-week after-school fitness and nutrition program for children between the ages of 8-12. FANtastic Kids is a fun, FREE 12-week after-school fitness and nutrition program for children between the ages of 8-12 who struggle with eating healthily and staying active . FANtastic Kids takes place at the following sites:
DotWell Program at Dorchester House Multi-Service Center
Mattapan Community Health Center
YMCA: Hyde Park, Huntington Ave., Oak Square, Dorchester, Roxbury
The next session begins February 7th and ends on May 11.
Don't miss it!! Read more
Dec. 26, 2010
The city of Boston says that the snow emergency that went into effect yesterday will be lifted at 6 p.m. on Monday. The emergency order means that parking is prohibited on all major arteries in Boston.
In a noon hour press conference on Sunday, Gov. Deval Patrick said that service on the Mattapan high-speed trolley line would be suspended tonight and replaced with buses. All other public transportation is expected to follow a normal schedule.
"Residents are reminded to remain at home throughout the duration of this snow event and businesses tomorrow should consider asking employees to work from home," stated a press release issued by the city of Boston on Sunday morning. The city also is cautioning older residents or those with "health conditions" to "refrain from shoveling this heavy wet snow." Read more