Mary Casey Forry, Jan 7 1944- Dec. 17, 2004 Daughter of Emigrants Gave Life to City Newspaper Group By Jim O'Sullivan Reporter Staff Mary Casey ForryMary Casey Forry, co-founder and president of the Boston Neighborhood News company, died on Friday, Dec.... Read more
When Chris Douglass opened the doors to Tavolo Ristorante in Dorchester in August 2008, he thought the business model was the perfect fit. Located on the ground floor of 1918 Dorchester Avenue, the restaurant would offer easy access to the growing number... Read more
The University of Massachusetts-Boston is moving to purchase the Bayside Exposition Center on Columbia Point. “We have signed a letter of intent to purchase the Bayside Property from L&R/CMAT,” UMass-Boston Chancellor J. Keith Motley said... Read more
Wednesday, Dec 16- 5:00 p.m.- The University of Massachusetts-Boston is moving to purchase the Bayside Exposition Center on Columbia Point. "We have signed a letter of intent to purchase the Bayside Property from L&R/CMAT," UMass-Boston Chancellor J.... Read more
It looks as if an army of elves has been doing an “Extreme Makeover: Theater Edition” on the elegant mirrored-and-gilt lobby of certain former movie palace in Uphams Corner. The temporary peppermint red and white color scheme and twinkling trees are... Read more
The Mattapan Community Health Center is ready to go to work on its expansion plans now that it has $11.5 million in federal stimulus funds to make things happen. Dr. Azzie Young, president and CEO of the center was quick to react to the announcement of... Read more
Massachusetts community health centers, including ones in Dorchester and Mattapan, hit the stimulus jackpot recently in receiving the highest amounts in federal funding of any state in the country. Eight proposals from across the state received grants... Read more
When the No. 23 bus hits the intersection of Washington Street and Columbia Road, a transportation lifeline can become a clogged artery. During the early morning and late afternoon, traffic backs up on either side of Washington Street. Added to the mix of... Read more
A two-alarm fire broke out shortly before 10 p.m. on Monday in the basement of the Fiesta Bakery, 14 Hancock St., the Boston Fire Department reports. The fire, caused by an electrical short circuit, did $400,000 in damage and sent one firefighter to the... Read more
UPDATE: He was found, safe, around 10 a.m. on Monday, police report. Boston Police report they are looking for John Fahey, 84, who has been missing since Dec. 9. Fahey, who has Alzheimer's is white, 5'9" with a slim build, gray hair and blue eyes - and... Read more
The Massachusetts Water Resources Authority is expected to award a bid for a water pipe replacement and rehabilitation project spanning from Milton to Lower Mills at its Dec. 16 board meeting.  The cost of the project, which will include the replacement... Read more
Federal prosecutors are striking back at former state Sen. Dianne Wilkerson’s accusations that they acted improperly in arresting her on corruption charges and hyped her arrest with photos of her allegedly stuffing cash into her bra. Wilkerson’s... Read more
The state could lose millions of dollars in federal funding over the next decade if the upcoming 2010 U.S. census results in an undercounting of residents. Census data is also important because it is used to determine how many seats a state will have in... Read more
UPDATE- December 17- 5:00 p.m. The longtime director of the St. Peter's Teen Center on Bowdoin Street will return to his post, the Reporter has learned. Father Jack Ahern, pastor of Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta and St Peter's parishes, today told... Read more
Jane Money, artistic director for Boston City Singers, leads the group’s Concert Chorus in a rehearsal for its annual holiday concert Saturday. Photo by Jill S. Gross. Members of the Boston City Singers stomped, clapped, and sang one selection for... Read more
U.S. Rep. Michael Capuano had a good ground game, but Attorney General Martha Coakley had a better one, taking in a landslide the Democratic nomination in the U.S. Senate race to replace the late Edward M. Kennedy. If she wins the Jan. 19 special election... Read more
A Suffolk Superior Court jury today convicted Brian Lee, 45, first-degree murder for the 2006 death of his father, Edward Lee, in his Mattapan home, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. Judge John Cratsley quickly pronounced the... Read more
Boston Police today issued an arrest warrant for Amos "Ace" Don for the Aug. 25 murder of Lewiston, Maine resident Erica Field in a car outside 105 Norwell St. Field and companion Shameek "Jo Jo" Garcia were sitting in a car outside 105 Norwell St. when... Read more
Authorities say a man who may now be living on Trinidad is now wanted for the deaths of three people outside a Dorchester party in March. Boston Police today issued an arrest warrant for Keron Pierre, 24, formerly of Mattapan, on charges he fatally shot... Read more
The northbound side of Quincy Shore Drive at the Neponset River Bridge will have two lanes closed tonight as crews make repairs. The state Department of Transportation says the work will begin around 7 p.m. and end around 4 a.m. - but that jackhammering... Read more


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