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Boston Police report a man was shot around 10 a.m. at 15 Silloway St. Police are looking for a black male in a gray sweatshirt and blue hat who ran up Melville toward Washington. Shortly after midnight, a man was stabbed in the neck at 27 Julian St. He... Read more
Top transportation officials are sticking with their choice to construct a commuter rail station between the Blue Hill Ave. and Cummins Highway overpasses, despite opposition from the area’s abutters. A top senator has also weighed in, saying he remains... Read more
The Boston Police Department reports an 18-year-old was fatally shot around 3:10 p.m. at Norfolk and Whitman streets. Immediately following the shooting, police were looking for two black males spotted leaving the scene in a red truck with New York... Read more
Damante Burrell, 18, pleaded guilty to manslaughter today for the death of Fred Bing, gunned down while standing outside talking to some friends on May 13, 2009 in retaliation for another murder Bing had nothing to do with. Burrell was sentenced to 15 to... Read more
Globetrotters Visit Brand New Kroc Center : Players from the Harlem Globetrotters dropped by the Salvation Army’s recently opened Kroc Center on Dudley Street on Monday to sharpen their skills in front of students from Dorchester’s Ralph Waldo Emerson... Read more
Pressley makes point at fundraiser. Photo by G. Dumcius. Click to enlarge.One after another, they spoke inside the Tavolo restaurant in Dorchester: City Council President Stephen Murphy called her a “tremendous asset” on the City Council. “She doesn’t... Read more
Robert Beltran (click to expand)A program intended to lure and retain high-caliber medical workers to community health centers received a big shot in the arm last month. The Obama administration poured $290 million into a new round of funding for National... Read more
City Councillor At-Large John Connolly clashed with Boston Public School officials on Tuesday at a council hearing over expired frozen food that he found during unannounced visits to four schools last month. Connolly, who as chair of the City Council’s... Read more
Boston is retaining its status as a majority-minority city, with 53 percent of the population identified as minorities, according to a Menino administration assessment of U.S. Census numbers from 2010. That is an increase from 51 percent in the 2000... Read more
Since 1983 the All Dorchester Sports League has brought together different types of athletes from across the city.  The league— headquartered at Casey Town Field in Fields Corner— was created to introduce people of a variety of different races and... Read more
The two men who represent Dorchester and Mattapan in the US House of Representatives offered stinging rebukes of President Barack Obama’s decision to use military force against Libya this week. Ninth district Rep. Stephen Lynch (D-South Boston) blasted... Read more
Aspiring superstars who attend the Dorchester Boys and Girls Club’s Music Clubhouse had a special treat Tuesday evening: a jam session with Grammy winners Tom Hamilton, bassist for Aerosmith, and Berklee alumnus, drummer and producer, Swiss Chris. The... Read more
Intramural Basketball League Championships The 4-team Girls Low Rim division, the 6-team Boys Low Rim division and the 4-team 14&U Co-ed divisions of Intramural Basketball wrapped up their respective 2011 seasons over the past two weeks. In the Girls... Read more
We have four issues drifting about in the backwaters of a wayward mind looking to be thrashed out: The wages of the NFL fiasco: Put it this way. They’re beginning to look incalculable. You want nasty? Try the tirade of the San Diego Chargers’ player rep,... Read more
Boston Public Library trustees have signed off on a $39.3 million budget that does not include branch closures or layoffs, but that does call for shuttering the Copley branch on Sundays. The Wednesday morning vote comes nearly a year after the trustees... Read more
Port Norfolk connectionA group of four graduate students from Tufts University will lead a community meeting on Saturday morning in Port Norfolk to discuss possible connections between the Neponset Greenway trail and the Boston Harborwalk. The Tufts... Read more
UPDATED (12:37 p.m.)— Secretary of State William Galvin issued a statement this afternoon indicating that census figures released today that showed Boston losing more than 14,000 people over the last decade were "erroneous." Galvin says the correct... Read more
Congressman Stephen F. Lynch: On a trip to Afghanistan in FebruaryCongressman Stephen Lynch is speaking out forcefully against the US intervention in Libya this week. Lynch, who represents parts of Dorchester as the Ninth district US representative, was... Read more
Congressman Stephen F. Lynch: On a trip to Afghanistan in FebruaryCongressman Stephen Lynch is speaking out forcefully against the US intervention in Libya this week. Lynch, who represents parts of Dorchester as the Ninth district, was the featured guest... Read more
This article was reported by Stephen Kurkjian, Rachel Zarrell, and Gal Tziperman Lotan, and written by Kurkjian. Moments after the buzzer sounded ending classes for the day, a dozen Harbor Middle School students burst through the doors connecting the... Read more


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