The newest brewery on the block has some Dorchester faces at the helm, Dorchester teams behind it, and “Dorchester” thrown up on metal script across its facade for good measure.

The Dorchester Brewing Company celebrated its ribbon cutting... Read more

They used to brush silently past one another, scurrying straight-eyed toward a table of familiar faces.

But now at the Codman Square Health Center dining room, employees mix freely with Codman Academy students who share the facilities, many of... Read more

Mice, cockroaches, mold, shut-off heat, no electricity, jammed doors, open gasoline canisters. This is what we live with, said the tenants of several dilapidated Dorchester and Mattapan properties as they loudly protested on Monday evening week against... Read more

Squinting out the window onto the sidewalks of Adams Corner through thin, rectangular spectacles dangling from tip of his nose, Jeff Cincotta surveys his domain. “You never find the best food in the middle of the city,” he says, nudging the bridge of... Read more

Businesses and residents abutting 114B Stoughton St. may have had no idea what the strange packages entering and exiting the hair-braiding salon contained, but smoked fish likely would not have topped the guessing list.

Earlier this month, the... Read more

(Updated Wed., July 20)— As news on a new agreement to sell the 16-acre Boston Globe property on Morrissey Boulevard continues to break, car magnate Herb Chambers – who owns an abutting property that could prove to be a lynchpin in still-emerging... Read more

The Boston Redevelopment Authority's board of directors has given its blessing to another significant mixed-use development across from Ashmont station. A proposal to build a new 64-unit apartment complex on what is now the former Odwin Learning Center... Read more

One of the pieces of legislation Gov. Charlie Baker tapped as among his priority bills for the waning days of formal sessions -- a package of municipal government and finance reforms -- inched closer to his desk after clearing the Senate Wednesday... Read more

Some of the city-owned parcels speckling Boston have stood vacant for decades, unused and frequently described as “missing teeth” in the face of a neighborhood. New hope for those properties is on hand, the Walsh administration says, through a program... Read more

According to the office of Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey, its Student Loan Assistance Unit – a team of insurance and financial services attorneys assembled in 2015 – has so far “helped hundreds of borrowers to date” climb out of default,... Read more


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