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The sale of six hospitals in the Caritas Christi to an affiliate of a New York capital management firm is complete, officials said Monday.

The finalization of the multi-million dollar deal, with Cerberus Capital Management, LP, comes after sign-... Read more

A public meeting is set for Nov. 17 for Department of Conservation and Recreation officials to talk up plans to convert Lower Mills’ former railroad bridge over the Neponset River into a pedestrian bridge.

Built in 1917, the bridge is between... Read more

Dorchester’s spiritual community has borne firsthand witness to the community’s history, which stretches back nearly four centuries. It was members of a church community, the First Parish Church, that founded this city within a city. After decades of... Read more

Second of two parts.
Three years ago, a series of newspaper articles raised serious questions of safety and supervision in the operation of so-called “sober homes” throughout the city of Boston, prompting city and state political leaders... Read more

Boston's Elections Department just sent out an email with some tips on voting. There will be 1,700 poll workers tomorrow in Boston's 254 precincts and 157 polling locations, with over 400 workers fluent in a second language. Full email below:

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Boston Public Library president Amy Ryan has just told an overflow crowd at Lower Mills library that she will "strongly support" keeping BPL branches open if sufficient funding is supplied to do so. More than 100 people are packed into the Lower Mills... Read more

Former Dorchester state representative and judge Paul J. Murphy died on Thursday, according to his alma mater, Boston College High School. Murphy, a native and longtime resident of St. Mark's parish, was a five-term state representative for Dorchester'... Read more

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