The YWCA is hosting a moderated dialogue on Boston's racial and ethnic diversity in Dorchester, starting April 27. Register now to be part of this important conversation!
YWCA Boston’s Community Dialogues on Boston’s ethnic and racial diversity is an ongoing project to bring people from all walks of life together to create stronger, safer and more unified neighborhoods.
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The Boston Police Department reports a man was shot several times around 10:20 p.m., Tuesday, in a hallway at 31 Leyland St. Read more
State Rep. Brian Wallace (D-South Boston) is not running for another term, sources tell the Lit Drop.
Wallace, whose district includes a piece of Uphams Corner and Harbor Point, has served in the House since 2003.
The seat is the third in the Dorchester and Mattapan area to open up in the last month. Wallace's retirement ended months of speculation of whether he was running again. It appeared to be recent, too: On his Facebook page, a second signature drive was scheduled for this weekend. Read more
This week's Dot Reporter has a write-through of the news of Rep. Marie St. Fleur's departure, as well as a look at some of the names that a small group of activists have been pushing. That small group will likely be very involved in choosing the eventual winner. So who have they been talking about? Click here to find out that and whether some of them are interested. Also: There will be a "Greatest Minds" forum on March 1 to discuss the 2010 census and the two open House seats - St. Fleur's Fifth Suffolk and retiring Rep. Willie Mae Allen's Sixth Suffolk. The forum is scheduled for March 1 at the National Black College Alliance in Roxbury’s Dudley Square at 6:30 p.m. Read more
UPDATE: The two were ordered held without bail this morning.
Onyx White, 16, and Martin Freeles, 17, were arrested today and charged with the murder of Geraldo Serrano at the Hermanos Unidos store on Dudley Street Sunday morning. Read more
The Neponset Health Center's food pantry is open every Tuesday from 9 am-11 am. New clients only need to bring with them a valid I.D. and proof of some sort of state assistance (i.e MassHealth, SDI, DTA, Housing, etc). The Neponset Health Center Food Pantry is located in the health center on the first floor near the back parking lot. If you have any questions please call the Neponset Health Center at (617)282-3200.
398 Neponset Health Center
Dorchester, MA 02122