Blue Hill Corridor
Blue Hill Corridor
Social Capital Inc. (SCI), an organization whose mission is to strengthen communities by connecting diverse individuals and organizations through civic engagement initiatives, needs you! Youth are a powerful force of change and we are recruiting and training teens to connect with and engage citizens through community service learning projects. We are looking for youth aged twelve to eighteen to become positive agents of change within their own community and the surrounding areas. Read more
Local lawmakers are calling on state transportation officials to pull back on the proposal for an express busway along Blue Hill Ave. for which the state is seeking a $140 million federal stimulus grant.
The request from lawmakers comes after months of community meetings at which many residents and businesses of Dorchester, Mattapan, and Roxbury greeted with skepticism a proposed transit line called "Route 28X" that would run along dedicated bus lanes on portions of the corridor between Mattapan Square and Ruggles Station. Read more
Free Opportunity for Girls ages 12-18
Girlsâ€™ LEAP Self-Defense Program
Physical Self-Defense Training partnered with Reflective activities around topics of Conflict Resolution and De-escalation, setting boundaries, and other topics
Date: Mondays 10/26-12/14
Time: 6-8 pm
Girls ages 12-18
The program is free for participants, but we do ask that girls commit to all sessions. This program starts next week. We can take girls on the second session if necessary.
Boston Police and two city councilors today opposed a request by Tasty Caribbean, 388 Blue Hill Ave. to extend its closing hours from midnight to 2 a.m. Read more
Project D.E.E.P. (Dorchester Educational Enrichment Program) is seeking a few good tutors from the local community.
The commitment is one ninety (90) minute time period per week to work with one child. This period can be anytime from 3:00 - 8:00pm on any day Monday through Thursday.
There are three locations in Dorchester, and we are seeking tutors for all of them. Read more
Our registration event is being held on Saturday September 12, 2009.
If you have questions or concerns about the event, our policies, cost, or eligibility, please email email@example.com or call our office and speak to any of our staff at (617) 635-5027.
If you cannot attend, or if you decide to enroll after our event, please contact us as soon as possible so that we can do our best to enroll your child in our programs. Seats are competitive and highly sought after, but we will do everything we can to find a spot for any students who want to enroll. Read more
Come to the Pope John Paul II Catholic Academy Tag Sale on Thursday, September 3, 2009. Large selection of quality office and school furniture, desks, chairs, etc.
The Tag Sale will be held in the gym at the Pope John Paul II Catholic Academy Lower Mills Campus, located at 2214 Dorchester Avenue. The event will be held from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Come out for high quality office and school furniture at GREAT prices!
The community was startled three months ago when the Executive Office of Transportation and Public Works (EOTPW) revealed plans to use federal stimulus funds to build an express bus lane along Blue Hill Ave. The proposal seemed to come out of the blue, and local folks "“ community activists, elected officials, business leaders "“ were caught by surprise.
The plan seemed disjointed, rushed, and uncoordinated, and skeptics had the sense that someone was trying to pull a fast one out of the hat. Read more
Jul. 23, 2009
The main bus route from Mattapan to Roxbury had one more commuter than usual Wednesday morning as state Secretary of Transportation James Aloisi Jr. rode the Rt. 28 bus and spoke with riders about controversial changes he has planned for the Blue Hill Ave. corridor.
Accompanied by state senator Sonia Chang-Diaz, Aloisi ate breakfast at Brother's CafÃ© in Mattapan Square before hopping on the bus for the ride to the Dudley Square Silverline station. â€œI donâ€™t think people have paid attention to this neighborhood for a long time, so people are a bit skeptical, when we come in with this big idea,â€ Aloisi said. Read more