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No easement? No problem. Condos rise in a backyard
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No easement? No problem. Condos rise in a backyard
While ISD approved the seven-unit project as-of-right, meaning the condos at 52R could be built without an appearance before the Zoning Board of Appeal, residents note that the property lines include no street frontage, meaning that the property is essentially landlocked.
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Black Trust Arts & Lecture w Karilyn Crockett & Abigail DeVille
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Black Trust Arts & Lecture w Karilyn Crockett & Abigail DeVille
October 29, 2019
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Roxbury
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Elma Lewis Partners LLC to lose P3 designation
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Elma Lewis Partners LLC to lose P3 designation
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No easy answers in Dallas cop conviction
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No easy answers in Dallas cop conviction
One important lesson to be learned is that blacks ought not damage the effort to reduce criminal sentences to more reasonable levels by imposing racial considerations to the sentencing levels.
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Proposed cannabis shop sparks tension in Grove Hall
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Proposed cannabis shop sparks tension in Grove Hall
The well-intentioned aims of the state law have run into conflict with the interests of some people who live or work near what will become the Pure Oasis marijuana store.
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Pressley holds town hall in Randolph
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Pressley holds town hall in Randolph
The constituents who came to Stetson Hall in Randolph brought questions about immigration, impeachment, women’s rights and growing inequality to 7th District U.S. Rep. Ayanna Pressley’s town hall meeting Saturday.
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Msaada Partners helps startups move to next level
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Msaada Partners helps startups move to next level
The consulting firm Msaada Partners was founded to help foster growth in small businesses, entrepreneurs and nonprofits working in underserved communities.
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Legends of Roxbury: Celebration of the Haynes Family
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Legends of Roxbury: Celebration of the Haynes Family
November 09, 2019
5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Roxbury
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Get on your feet! Racines Black Dance Festival celebrates African dance in the Americas
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Arts & Culture
Get on your feet! Racines Black Dance Festival celebrates African dance in the Americas
The Racines Dance Festival brings together professional dancers from around the country to give workshops at the Boston Conservatory at Berklee in styles like Afro beat, wacking, Cuban rumba, sabar and others.
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Roving camera 10-17-19: What do you think of the sentence in the case of Dallas police officer Amber Guyger?
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Roving camera 10-17-19: What do you think of the sentence in the case of Dallas police officer Amber Guyger?
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Praxis Stage gives ‘Coriolanus’ a contemporary makeover
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Arts & Culture
Praxis Stage gives ‘Coriolanus’ a contemporary makeover
Praxis Stage is yet again twisting theater on its head with a new production of “Coriolanus” by William Shakespeare, running at Little House in Dorchester Oct. 17 through Nov. 3.
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Black, Latino legislators seek police data on stops
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Black, Latino legislators seek police data on stops
A bill that would outlaw use of hand-held phones while driving in Massachusetts remains stalled due to legislators’ concerns about increased racial profiling that could stem from increased enforcement.
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Tompkins ends contract to house ICE detainees
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Tompkins ends contract to house ICE detainees
Suffolk County Sheriff Steve Tompkins announced last Tuesday that Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainees would no longer be held at the Suffolk County House of Correction in South Bay.
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Boston Book Festival
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Boston Book Festival
October 20, 2019
12:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Boston
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A long history of corruption in Massachusetts state police
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A long history of corruption in Massachusetts state police
Despite bombshell after bombshell broken by reporters at various outlets, it’s difficult to see an end to Massachusetts State Police incompetence and corruption.
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