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Over the past several months, communities nationwide have seen many of the deeply entrenched inequities and injustices in our society laid bare. The dual public health and economic crises caused by the COVID-19 pandemic have disproportionately impacted... Read more
Mayor Martin Walsh has announced that the City of Boston Drive-In Movie Series, an initiative open to Boston residents, will screen movies at outdoor locations in South Boston and Roxbury on the remaining Wednesday nights in July. Double-feature showings... Read more
Massachusetts moved into Phase 3 of its reopening plan on Monday, but businesses and patrons in Boston will have to wait until next Monday to kick things off. Gov. Baker and Mayor Walsh discussed the developments during a press event at Fenway Park last... Read more
‘Deeply troubled’ Rollins credits police work with her office A 15-year-old Dorchester boy was killed in Roxbury and four people were murdered in Dorchester and Mattapan over the long, noisy, holiday weekend in Boston. On Thursday, police responded to a... Read more
At the family child care center she runs out of her Dorchester home, Dottie Williams has started asking parents to send teddy bears along with their kids. Ms. Dottie's NeighborSchool serves children between five months and four years old, an age range for... Read more
Mayor Martin Walsh today condemned a rash of violence that left 7 people dead in the city over the last week, including the fatal shooting of a 15-year-old Dorchester boy who was killed last Thursday in Roxbury. The rash of homicides, coupled with a... Read more
While managing the ongoing response to an outbreak of one sometimes-fatal virus state officials are gearing up for an active summer season for another one, but the messaging to keep residents safe shares many similarities. Whether it's the coronavirus... Read more
The body of adult male was discovered shortly after 6 a.m. today along the Neponset Greenway trail near Granite Avenue in Dorchester. According to a spokesman for the State Police, the "investigation has revealed no foul play and no threat to public... Read more
Planners from Boston Parks & Recreation and the Franklin Park Coalition are seeking community feedback during two virtual Zoom workshops on July 14, at 12 p.m. and 6:30 p.m., kicking off a month of virtual engagement sessions. Organizers will present... Read more
A dramatic expansion of mail-in and early voting in Massachusetts is now law, and Secretary of State William Galvin is now preparing to quickly mail applications to all 4.5 million of the state's registered voters by a deadline next week. Galvin... Read more
Gov. Charlie Baker has until Sunday to decide whether to sign a massive expansion of early and mail-in voting that would alter the way campaigns and elections are run in 2020, but if he waits, he would give Secretary of State William Galvin very little... Read more
The Massachusetts Senate plans to vote Thursday on a wide-ranging police reform bill that would create a process for certifying and de-certifying officers and impose new limits on the use of force, including a ban on chokeholds and restrictions on the use... Read more
The U.S. Senate should cancel its recess and immediately return to Washington D.C. to pass a massive economic stimulus package featuring aid to state and local governments, according to Sen. Edward Markey. While it joined the House in passing major aid... Read more
The Boston Police Department reports Boston's seventh murder - and Dorchester's third - in less than a week: A woman shot to death at 37 Stonehurst St. around 3 a.m. on Sunday. Kristian Maraj, 22, of Dorchester, was arrested at the scene and now faces... Read more
Two more people were murdered last night in Dorchester as an uptick in violent crime continued in Boston over the holiday weekend. A fight outside a home at 42 Theodore St. on Friday around 10:30 p.m. is connected to one of the homicides, according to... Read more
A man was shot to death last night near Norfolk and Woolson streets in Mattapan and Boston Police arrested an armed suspect at the scene after what BPD described as a tense standoff with the gunman. The victim, who has not yet been named by police, was... Read more
Massachusetts will move into Phase 3 of its re-opening plan on Monday, but impacted businesses and patrons in the capitol city will have to wait an additional week. Governor Baker and Mayor Walsh discussed the next phase during a press event at Fenway... Read more
Transportation advocates and their political allies renewed calls for dramatic reforms to the MBTA system— with a specific emphasis on “unfair fares”— during an event in Roxbury’s Nubian Square on July 1. City Councillor-at-Large Michelle Wu, joined by... Read more
Seniors citizens should continue to stay home, mayor says Mayor Martin Walsh on Thursday, joined by a host of public health and safety officials, urged Bostonians to continue taking measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus and discussed illegal... Read more
Mayor Martin Walsh announced today the City of Boston July Drive-In Movie Series, a free, family-friendly initiative open to Boston residents that will screen movies at outdoor locations in South Boston and Roxbury on select Wednesday nights in July.... Read more

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