Tuesday Talks is a group for family members who have lost a loved one to homicide hosted by the Louis D Brown Peace Institute. It is a safe place to be yourself and surround yourself with others who understand what you are going for. It is an opportunity to connect with others in your community. Join us ever Tuesday 6-8pm. Transform your pain and anger into power and action.
Feb 2nd - Self-Care, ANGER...Healthy solutions for dealing with our Anger!
Feb 9th - Self-Care, Journaling...Ways to get out feelings out, even if it is just for us to read! Read more
DotWell, in partnership with the Boston EITC Coalition, will professionally prepare your taxes for FREE if you worked and earned less than $49,000 this year.
Free tax clinics begin Saturday, January 16, 2010 at the Codman Square Tech Center, 450 Washington Street, Dorchester, and at Dorchester House Multi-Service Center, 1353 Dorchester Avenue, Dorchester.
For more information, email Shauntell Foster, Fiscal Health Coordinator, or call 617-822-8171.
Dates and Times:
Boston Public Schools registration for first round begins
January 4 -February 5, 2010 for kindergarten, grade 6, and grade 9. February 10 - March 26, 2010 is for all other grades.
Boston Public Schools
East Zone Family Resource Center
1216 Dorchester Avenue, Dorchester, Ma 02125
Dec. 17, 2009
When Chris Douglass opened the doors to Tavolo Ristorante in Dorchester in August 2008, he thought the business model was the perfect fit.
Located on the ground floor of 1918 Dorchester Avenue, the restaurant would offer easy access to the growing number of Ashmont residents looking to live at The Carruth, and also attract other neighborhood traffic, in particular those coming from the Ashmont MBTA station next door. Read more
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
A rash of street robberies around Ashmont station prompted the MBTA Transit Police to issue an advisory to their officers on Tuesday. The warning details a string of four armed and unarmed robberies targeting black teenagers over the last week. 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.
Oct. 15, 2009
Red Line commuters who have waited through years of Ashmont Station construction for a back entrance to the subway to reopen will have to trek around the station for another year and a half â€“ at least.
The Radford Lane entrance to the station, tucked on the one-way side street off Carruth Street, wonâ€™t open until the middle of 2011, according to MBTA officials. The news has left some in the neighborhood upset about continued longer walks and concerned about the ultimate fate of the entrance. 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