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The woman who was the recipient of a hate-filled tirade by a Dorchester man that was caught on video earlier this month in Adams Village is hoping to turn her experience into a movement for peace and inclusion. NeNe Judge, a Roslindale resident who, along... Read more
On Sunday, Sept. 9 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. antique vehicles will sparkle like gems in historic Dorchester Park for the Sixth Annual Classic Car Show. On display will be cars and trucks many visitors will remember from their youth and some that were in use... Read more
The Boston Police Department reports a man, 55, was fatally shot around 11:15 p.m. on Saturday inside 201 Manchester St., near Cedar Street. Identified by family as Alexander Allen, the victim was a supervisor and longtime employee of Boston’s Department... Read more
I-93 north and south off-ramps will also be closed during these times The drawbridge over the Neponset River on Granite Avenue will be closed to all vehicular traffic during overnight hours on Sunday, August 12, as well as Monday, August 13, according to... Read more
The state has appointed a new receiver for the Paul A. Dever Elementary School: former Boston Public Schools commissioner and Boston Latin School headmaster Michael Contompasis. Long-struggling, the Dever is a Level 5 underperforming school on Columbia... Read more
Two Dorchester restaurants will be offering the same good food at a discounted price through Dine Out Boston this year, happening from August 5th - 10th, and August 12th - 17th. Both dbar (1236 Dorchester Ave.) and Venezia (20 Ericsson St.) will be... Read more
Peggy O’Neil’s, one of the few remaining old-school Dorchester Avenue watering holes and LGBTQ-friendly nightclub, is going through a transformation to become ‘Blend’ over the next month. “It was just time for facelift,” a spokesman for the establishment... Read more
Nearly 200 college students, alumni, teachers, and community activists— many brandishing protest signs— packed into the City Council Chambers at City Hall last Thursday afternoon for a hearing on the current status of the Payment in Lieu of Taxes (PILOT... Read more
The Trustees of Reservations celebrated the launch of a new partnership between the city and TD Bank on July 30 at the Nightingale Community Garden on Park Street, highlighting the role of community gardens in Boston’s neighborhoods through community... Read more
Voters in the Fifth Suffolk House District have two strong choices in the Democratic primary, local leaders say, between Darrin Howell and Liz Miranda, the frontrunners and staples of neighborhood activism. The Dorchester-Roxbury district — diverse,... Read more
If Codman Square smells better than usual this Thursday (Aug. 9), that’s because the third annual Codman Square Caribbean Jerk Festival will take place in the yard of Dorchester’s Second Church from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. A $10 admission ticket —cash only—... Read more
There’s more movement on William T. Morrissey Boulevard, as a familiar name consolidates more land on the increasingly in-demand stretch of road. Center Court Properties, which has offices in New York and Boston, has acquired two major parcels this week... Read more
Dorchester's Carney Hospital has a new president. Tom Sands, who has been the interim president since the departure of previous president Walter Ramos this year, will take over the permanent post. This announcement comes on the heels of a recent expansion... Read more
An early-morning fire has caused major damage to a home at 550 Ashmont St. in Dorchester. Firefighters were called to the scene at 2:18 a.m. by a neighbor, according to the BFD's Twitter feed. One resident was safely evacuated. The two-alarm blaze caused... Read more
Hold on to your hocks, Dorchester — four furry four-legged munchers will be coming to the neighborhood this week to help clean up Dorchester Park. This is the latest local development in the ongoing trend of “goatscaping,” or using the animals to... Read more
On his first day as Boston’s police commissioner, just hours after his historic swearing in as the city’s first black top cop, William Gross already had a full schedule ahead of him. National Night Out, an annual day or two of festivities meant to connect... Read more
A lively Tuesday afternoon debate between U.S. Rep. Michael Capuano and City Councillor At-Large Ayanna Pressley was another referendum on the value of experience versus a call for change and evolving representation. Sponsored by WBUR and co-moderated by... Read more
A 54-year-old Dorchester man who was arrested for disorderly conduct last Friday night after going on a belligerent, racist rant against two strangers near Adams Corner could face more serious, civil rights charges, according to Boston Police. Paul... Read more
Massachusetts State Police are investigating a possible sexual assault that occurred near a bath house on Carson Beach in South Boston this morning. State Police units responded to the area around 6:10 a.m. The reported victim was transported to Boston... Read more
Pedestrian struck on Dorchester Avenue is expected to survive, police say (Updated—Aug. 7)— A motorist struck a pedestrian on Dorchester Avenue on Friday night (Aug. 3) near Ashmont station and then fled from the scene, leaving the victim— described as an... Read more

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