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This July will mark the 50th year of the Boston Neighborhood Basketball League (BNBL), the oldest municipal basketball league in the country and a summertime fixture for families across the city.

Charlie Conners, a Dorchester native and the... Read more

Now in its fifth year, the Dot Pot street hockey tournament — set to take place at Neponset’s Garvey Park on the weekend of May 25-27— is growing to include more teams. Two dozen clubs — each with 5... Read more

Dorchester resident Michael Besson completed his dream of running the Boston Marathon on Monday, finishing the 26.2-mile-long course in just over five hours. The blind, Haitian-born runner first... Read more

It’s Friday night at the Devine Memorial Rink near Neponset Circle and the kids from Dorchester Youth Hockey’s Squirt A and B teams are blazing across the ice. It’s their last practice after a championship season — both teams won state titles the... Read more

Not five minutes into their Monday morning discussion of the Super Bowl on Boston radio station 98.5 FM, The Sports Hub, men named, or nicknamed, Jones, Hardy, and Johnson were busily working the downside of the game that the New England Patriots had... Read more

All Dorchester Sports and Leadership (ADSL) will host its first volleyball clinic in over a decade on Saturday, July 28 at 10 a.m. at Town Field in Dorchester. The 90-minute clinic is free and open to ages 8 through 14 and will be happening every... Read more

Franklin Park, George Wright courses hosting championship play this week Monday through Friday

This week, the city of Boston’s two public golf courses, the William J. Devine Course in Franklin Park, in Dorchester along the edges... Read more

The TechBoston Academy’s boys basketball team travelled to Springfield for “a business trip” on Saturday.
And as promised, they handled business.

The Bears capped off a dominant postseason with an emphatic 78-40 win over Taconic to capture... Read more

The BC High hockey team rallied in the dying moments of regulation to tie the score at one goal each in the Super 8 final on Sunday at TD Garden, then, less than two minutes into overtime, defeated Pope Francis High of Springfield for the state title... Read more

Clam Point native got the start in Huskies' spring training game vs. Red Sox

Having just rubbed shoulders with big leaguers at spring training, 19 year-old Dorchester resident Henry Ennen is poised to begin his college baseball... Read more

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