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Tenean Beach Last week’s front-page story in the Reporter (“Tenean Beach lags behind in quality of water,” June 14, 2012) likely came as no surprise to those who have visited Dorchester’s beaches in recent years. The story highlighted a Save the Harbor-... Read more
U.S. Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren will be making her first appearance in the annual Dorchester Day Parade on Sunday, where she'll be joined by her chief rival Scott Brown. Warren will be marching in the third division, while Brown will be in the... Read more
Attorney General Martha Coakley’s office has filed a housing discrimination lawsuit against the owner of an apartment building in the Port Norfolk neighborhood. According to the lawsuit filed in Suffolk Superior Court, Shirley Smith Bragel allegedly told... Read more
Neighbors at a home in Port Norfolk returned home at mid-day on Tuesday (Feb. 7) to find that someone had broken into their home, stealing laptops, construction equipment and a safe. Boston Police were called to the scene at 3 Port Norfolk Street at about... Read more
State and Boston Police say a man driving a stolen car from Medford sped away from a state trooper today, eventually causing a four-way crash on I-93 and then fleeing on foot into Dorchester's Port Norfolk section, where police found him hiding under... Read more
District 7 City Councillor Tito Jackson would not have to move or give up his seat on the City Council, according to a draft map featuring redrawn political boundaries for the city's 9 district council seats. Jackson's colleague, Michael Ross, isn't as... Read more
Polls opened at 7 a.m. across the city, with two races on the ballot in Dorchester's District 3: Two men are vying to succeed retiring City Councillor Maureen Feeney and seven-person field is fighting for the four City Council At-Large slots. The two top... Read more
12 Lorenzo St. property owner George Bragel discusses the outcome of the meeting with State Representative Marty Walsh The Port Norfolk Civic Association this week declared its unilateral opposition to the continued operation of a “sober home” — a... Read more
Two sitting Boston city councillors may be forced to move from their current homes or give up their seats due to Boston population shifts that could transform the boundaries of their current districts. That's one possibility that was raised at a... Read more

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