There was a time not long ago when we could rely on written information because we knew it was from a reliable source. Whether in the form of personal letters sent by postal mail, or printed in our newspapers, we most often knew the writer, or were... Read more
New statistics reported by the Secretary of State’s office ahead of Tuesday’s presidential primary suggest that our state is becoming less partisan and more independent.
Unfortunately, it’s also home to fewer registered voters.
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The city of Boston’s entry into the longtime push to realize the full potential of the MBTA’s Fairmount Line is welcome news. Utilizing the planning expertise and coordination of the Boston Redevelopment Authority— and pairing that with the good work... Read more
The Menino administration has released the names of the men and women picked by the mayor to give oversight to an overhaul of the city’s student assignment plan. There are some very capable people on the panel— including Dorchester’s own Robert Gittens... Read more
Steve Murphy— Boston’s City Council president— has ruffled some feathers in City Hall in recent days by suggesting that he and his council colleagues should have a more direct role in resolving two critically important developments before city... Read more
Tim Thomas is a great goaltender and we’re glad he has played for the Bruins in recent years. But his decision to skip a team visit to the White House on Monday was ungracious and selfish.
Cory Schneider, the former BC Eagle from Marblehead... Read more
The Calf Pasture Pumping Station on Columbia Point is an important building that has languished too long without restoration. It’s big news, then, that the city of Boston— through the Water and Sewer Commission— has agreed to turn ownership of the... Read more
The new year has arrived mercifully on the weather front at least. There has barely been a snowflake in the sky since October and even though the arctic chill has arrived this week, it beats the heavy white stuff any day.
But the turn of the... Read more
As 2011 nears the end, financial planners recommend that you look for ways to reduce your tax obligations for the year. For most non-profit organizations, the deadline that rolls around on New Year’s Eve is a target date for individuals to make a tax-... Read more
The staff of the Reporter extends Christmas and holiday greetings to our readers and advertisers. We are privileged to have your support and encouragement throughout the years as we try to bring you the best coverage possible about the communities we... Read more
There was disappointment but not despair last week when news broke that the Neponset Greenway expansion project planned by the state’s Dept. of Conservation and Recreation did not win a $10 million federal grant. The funding would have fast-tracked the... Read more