Glover’s Corner ‘visioning’ keys in on affordability

How best to preserve neighborhood diversity and housing equity while also accommodating ongoing and much-needed growth consumed the conversation at a Glover’s Corner visioning... Read more

The now-closed Phillips Old Colony House restaurant on Morrissey Boulevard is now officially on the market. The Reporter broke the news last January about the decision of longtime owners— the Phillips family— to end operations at the restaurant and... Read more

The future of one of the city’s most prominent redevelopment sites— the 16-acre Boston Globe property on Morrissey Boulevard—is again in limbo after the latest agreement to sell the newspaper plant and offices collapsed.

The Globe reported the... Read more

Developer James Baker is expanding the scope of his proposed local market project on the corner of Savin Hill Avenue and Sydney Street to include more parking and 15 condominiums in a separate building, he told members of the Columbia-Savin Hill Civic... Read more

Underused industrial parcels and generally underdeveloped swaths of land along a mile-long stretch of Dorchester Avenue are prime for new planning, residents and city officials agreed during a tour of the PLAN: Glover’s Corner sites last week.

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Two weeks of free riders on the Fairmount Line kicked off on Monday, a bid to boost ridership on the only commuter rail line to operate entirely within Boston.

A group of elected officials and activists stood outside Morton Street station in... Read more

As they milled around a parking lot on the Fort Point Channel on Monday morning, state and city officials used phrases like "global landmark" and "iconic location" to describe the office building that is expected to soon rise above the pavement.

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Community members and housing experts engaged in a discussion on development and Dorchester’s trajectory during a wide-ranging forum in the basement hall of St Mark’s Church on Tuesday night. Faced with housing pressures coming to bear on the... Read more

Dorchester’s own Donna Latson Gittens, the founder and CEO of MORE Advertising, threw out the first pitch at Monday night’s series-opener between the Red Sox and the Orioles.

Gittens, a native of Boston and longtime resident of Ashmont Hill,... Read more


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