Roughly one hundred people rallied on Friday to protest the Biden administration’s treatment of Haitian migrants.
Elected officials at the city and state level, as well as some contenders for City Council, formed a ... Read more.
The transition of mayoral power is set for Tuesday, Nov. 16, a date which Acting Mayor Kim Janey and the two mayoral candidates agreed upon after a meeting on Beacon Hill Thursday.
City Councillors At-Large Annissa ... Read more.
The MBTA is focusing on improving bus service, increasing efficiency through dedicated bus lanes, and rebuilding its facilities so they can accommodate electric vehicles, the public transit agency’s general manager said ... Read more.
Republicans on Thursday postponed for a week a Senate Judiciary Committee vote on the nomination of Suffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins to become the next U.S. attorney for Massachusetts.
President ... Read more.
Leaders in Boston’s Black and Latinx communities plan to gather at Morning Star Baptist Church in Mattapan after the Sept. 14 mayoral preliminary ended without any Black candidates making it to the general election set ... Read more.
The resignation of US special envoy to Haiti, Ambassador Daniel Foote, is “damning” and “more evidence” that Biden administration officials must change course in their treatment of the neighboring country and its people, ... Read more.
If there’s one thing, said Boston City Councillor at-large Julia Mejia, that her strong, second-place finish in last Tuesday’s preliminary election should communicate, it’s that her style of political leadership is about ... Read more.
The popular Fresh Food Generation food truck and catering company specializing in Caribbean Afro Southern cuisine hopes to open its first-ever brick-and-mortar location on Talbot Avenue near Codman Square.
Founders ... Read more.
The Strand Theatre will host a new exhibit opening on Friday that explores Boston teenagers’ relationships with police and society through a unique art project using jeans taken from the teens’ own closets.
The ... Read more.
City Councillors Michelle Wu and Annissa Essaibi George, the top two finishers in the mayoral preliminary, this week threw themselves headlong into the general election campaign, touting dueling endorsements from mega ... Read more.
Angie Camacho, who finished in third place in last week’s preliminary election for District 7 City Council, wants a recount. The city’s unofficial vote count had Camacho 28 votes behind Roy Owens, a perennial candidate ... Read more.
City Councillor At-Large Michelle Wu on Wednesday said outside groups, which have poured millions into the Boston mayor’s race, should stay positive but she stopped short of asking them to steer clear of the battle ... Read more.
A developer has filed plans with the BPDA to replace a single-family home at 22 High St. in Dorchester with a $4.2-million, 15-unit condo building, across the street ... Read more.
Exactly 11 months after the state’s pandemic-inspired moratorium on evictions expired, Baker administration and judiciary officials touted the effort to connect renters and landlords with emergency aid as a model of ... Read more.
As candidates for governor and mayor of Boston tout plans for fare-free public transit before the end of the decade, a new report suggests the MBTA could be facing a “fiscal calamity” in a just a few years, needing $1.25 ... Read more.
We read about Haiti a lot, but we don’t think about Haiti a lot. But now, the reality of a flow of Haitian migration that began 11 years ago has reached the nation’s doorstep.
In January 2010, the island nation of ... Read more.
I don’t get it. We had smart, capable candidates representing a range of ideologies, plans, and policies. We have many issues that need to be dealt with: global warming, transportation, schools, management of city ... Read more.
Congratulations to Michelle Wu and Annissa Essaibi George. Both women ran thoughtful, well-organized and well-executed campaigns. Let’s give them due credit: They prevailed last Tuesday, punching their ticket to the ... Read more.
Known for his signature heart designs, the Dorchester-based artist Franklin Marval is showing a collection of his work centered around themes of community and diversity at Boston City Hall through October 15.
“I ... Read more.
At the Strand Theater on Wednesday, City Councillor Michelle Wu, who topped the mayoral ballot last week, touted the endorsement of state Rep. Liz Miranda, a Democratic lawmaker who represents parts of Dorchester and ... Read more.
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