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The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum on Columbia Point is looking to include portraits of local veterans in an exhibition they are putting together. It will be called “Service and Sacrifice” and focused on ... Read more.

UMass Boston still recommends people wear masks indoors, but says that effective today, it's no longer a requirement.

The Columbia Point school had announced the return of a masking requirement as the area Covid-19 ... Read more.

Boston Latin Academy/Fontbonne (BLA) high school skaters dominated the ice at Dorchester Youth Hockey’s second annual Girls High School Hockey Night at Devine Rink last Thursday, marking the event with a decisive 6-1win ... Read more.

The Strand Theatre closed its doors this month as work began to tidy up the historic venue and complete high-priority maintenance items – painting, electrical, and plumbing fixes – at an estimated cost of $506,000.

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A developer signaled Thursday he hopes to build a five-story building with 90 tiny apartments at 115-121 Boston St., behind the ScrubaDub and near where ... Read more.

As she prepares to speak at the unveiling of The Embrace, a Boston Common monument honoring the lives and work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King, Gov. Maura Healey said the memorial is particularly ... Read more.

The Boston City Council on Wednesday filed over 40 motions, orders and resolutions that will shape the body's hearing calendar and agenda as it moves into the new year. Among them are orders to establish a climate change ... Read more.

The past two years were filled with fear and uncertainty, exacerbating a mental health crisis with an increase in anxiety, depression, suicide rates, and substance abuse.

I see the devastating effects of this ... Read more.

While everyone else is bringing in the new for 2023, it’s the old that leaders in Codman Square hope might bring revival to the area this year. Fueled by funds from the Community Preservation Act (CPA), the Henderson ... Read more.

An attempted murder. The Popes of Dorchester. A hidden-away home.

Every house has a story, and four members of the Dorchester Historical Society are digging into the digitized past to unearth and share them with ... Read more.

Two cannabis proposals in Dorchester are getting their first public airings this month, with one retail operation eyeing a high-profile location on Gallivan Boulevard in Neponset and a delivery-only operation hoping to ... Read more.

Metropolitan Boston surely has a housing crisis. Our rents are second highest in the US and the cost of housing is a major reason why the state is now losing population despite thousands of unfilled jobs. The problem is ... Read more.

Dr. Monica Vohra, pictured with a patient, this week began her duties as chief medical officer at DotHouse Health, where she has worked as a primary care physician since 2019, with a special focus on depression monitoring ... Read more.

Members of the Ward 15 Democratic Committee held a winter gathering last Saturday at the First Parish Church Hall to celebrate the new year and bestow awards to long-time Bowdoin-Geneva leaders Davida Andelman and Janet ... Read more.

Elected officials, religious leaders, and the public weighed in during the designated time for comment on Pine Street Inn’s proposal to convert the Comfort Inn on Morrissey Boulevard in Neponset into permanent supportive ... Read more.

Boston Police officers are once again walking the beat along Bowdoin Street and Geneva Avenue this winter in response to community requests for increased visibility.

Citing an infusion of 16 new officers late last ... Read more.

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The Zoning Board of Appeal on Tuesday approved a developer's proposal for a building with nine apartments and one floor of commercial space on Allstate Road at Willow Court ... Read more.

The Columbia Road entrance to the JFK/UMass MBTA Station, closed since Nov. 20, could reopen before the end of this week, according to the T.

The station was closed over the weekend to Red Line customers as repairs ... Read more.

UMass Boston announced Friday that masks will be required in all campus buildings and buses - and large outdoor gatherings - starting Monday ... Read more.

Less than one year since she launched her gubernatorial campaign in East Boston, Maura Healey on Thursday took the oath of office as the 73rd governor of Massachusetts, asking the people of the Bay State to join her in ... Read more.

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