Rendering of proposed Hillsboro Street condos
A developer that that helped preserve artist studios in an old industrial building on Humphreys Street filed plans Friday to build a 21-unit condo building nearby in which all the units would be sold to people making no more than 80% to 100% of the Boston... Read more
A couple of Dunkin Donuts stores in Dorchester are getting substantial facelifts this month as the franchise owner seeks to modernize and improve his stores in the neighborhood. Clayton Turnbull, CEO of Dorchester-based Waldwin Group, said his company... Read more
Lambert’s Rainbow Market — and the adjacent Puritan Plaza shopping center on Morrissey Boulevard— is on the market. The 3.63 acre property at 777 Morrissey Blvd. is being offered for sale along with another Lambert’s location in Westwood, MA, according to... Read more
Rendering of proposed River Street pot shop by Port One Design
The Zoning Board of Appeal on Tuesday approved the Pot, a marijuana shop proposed for 532-542 River St. in Mattapan Square. The shop, which won approval of the Boston Cannabis Board in October, now goes to the state Cannabis Control Commission for the... Read more
The Zoning Board of Appeal on Wednesday approved plans by Citizens Bank to convert a long-closed Kentucky Fried Chicken across from the B-3 police station on Blue Hill Avenue into a branch that will feature a drive-up ATM and a night-deposit door - right... Read more
Dorchester Avenue will be on Saturday the location of the city’s third “Open Streets” day this year, with the weather forecasted to be 67 and sunny. Stretching for 2.1 miles, between Freeport Street and Gallivan Boulevard, the avenue is closing to... Read more
The City Council voted 9-3 for a home rule petition that would make Boston eligible to apply to participate in a pilot program allowing cities and towns to restrict new buildings or major renovations from using fossil fuels. Mayor Michelle Wu first... Read more
Pine Street Inn, the largest homeless services provider in New England, is looking to team up with a developer to convert the Comfort Inn on Morrissey Boulevard into permanent, supportive housing aimed at formerly homeless people. Pine Street Inn and The... Read more
A controversial proposal to transform a longtime auto body shop next to the Shawmut Red Line station into an apartment complex will move forward into a city review process with one less obstacle in its way. The adjacent Epiphany School — which had openly... Read more
Put together face painting, hot dogs, slush, a few games, add a team of high-flying circus aerialists, then mix in a grill, a beer garden, and plenty of ice cream, and what do you have? An Ashmont Block Party. Put on last Saturday by the Greater Ashmont... Read more


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