As the one-year anniversary of the attack on the Boston Marathon approaches, many of us are struggling for an appropriate way to observe the event. The focus of the nation’s attention, quite appropriately, will be on Boylston Street at the finish line... Read more
The Richard Family issued a statement on March 21 regarding Jane and the 2014 Boston Marathon. We re-print it here in its entirety.
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Candidate John O’Toole, in his gracious remarks following Tuesday night’s election results in the 13th Suffolk special election, was spot on in his observations about the field and the race, telling the Reporter: “The thing I like best about this race... Read more
Workers at a Dorchester hotel who are currently working without a signed contract will gather this weekend to consider a boycott of their own workplace. The target will be the erroneously named Courtyard by Marriott South Boston, which is technically... Read more
The dire early forecasts over this week’s winter storm set an ominous tone. The polar vortex was back, the Midwest states were churning,and the jet stream was just right to produce a gargantuan blizzard, a nor’easter to end all nor’easters.
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The trial of state Rep. Carlos Henriquez ended in his conviction on three assault charges and an unexpectedly tough punishment for a first-time offender – six months to be served in the Middlesex House of Correction out of a two-and-a-half year... Read more
We lost a wonderful neighbor last Sunday. The sad news came that Bob Quinn had gone into cardiac arrest at his Cape Cod retreat and was pronounced dead at a nearby hospital. He was 85 years old, and what a life he had lived — one full of great... Read more
This week marks the end of an era –the Menino Era – for our city. On the first Monday of this new year, Jan. 6, Hyde Park’s Tom Menino will step aside as mayor of Boston Mayor, leaving an office he has filled for more than 20 years.
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