Updated: A 45 year-old man was struck by a hit-and-run driver at the intersection of Dudley Street and Columbia Road on Tuesday night at 11 p.m. The victim, who has not been identified, is in â€œseriousâ€ condition with head trauma at Boston Medical Center, according to Boston Police.
Police are now asking for the publicâ€™s help in finding the car and its driver. The suspectâ€™s car is described as a white Honda Accord coupe.
Elaine Driscoll, a spokesperson for the Boston Police Department, said that the car would have sustained damage in the incident. Read more
Apr. 10, 2009
>Through a maze of warehouse hallways and a shadowy set of stairs lies one of Dorchester's best kept secrets: its very own orchestra hall. Though perhaps not traditional by most musical standards, Grealish Boxing Club's orchestral qualities cannot be denied. Read more
The man who has been asked to pioneer a new management model for three very different Catholic parishes likes to be called, simply, "Fr. Jack."
It even says so on his business card. Read more
All committee meetings are held at the UCMS
office, 594 Columbia Rd., #302, buzzer #6, Dor., and
open to the public: Design Committee at 6:30 on, the
first Tues. of each month; Economic Restructuring
Committee, at 4:30 p.m. on second Thurs. of each
month; and the Promotion Committee at 6:30 p.m.
on the fourth Tues. of each month. Info: 617-265-0363
Uphams Corner stakeholders began imagining the future of the former St. Kevin's Parish property with a brainstorming session held last week, mulling over a number of concepts including new educational institutions, shops and restaurants, and green space.
The Archdiocese of Boston recently put the Columbia Road complex up for sale after closing the school last year. Though it has no obligation to consider the community's vision for the space when choosing a developer, participants hope the Archdiocese will factor their ideas into its decision. Read more
Our community soon will be the beneficiary of a huge foundation grant that will help local families well into the future. The Salvation Army has received a commitment to construct a massive, 6.5 acre, $115 million community center on Dudley Street, just at the MBTA bridge near Uphams Corner. The project is funded with an $85 million grant from the Ray and Joan Kroc Foundation, with the proviso that the local community must raise a matching $30 million. Read more