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Pride and politics at Haitian parade
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Pride and politics at Haitian parade
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Thousands rally for education funding
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Thousands rally for education funding
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In the news: Dr. Thea James
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In the news: Dr. Thea James
The Massachusetts Public Health Association will honor Thea James at their 17th Annual Spring Award Breakfast on June 7, 2019.
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Immigration driving population growth in Greater Boston area
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Immigration driving population growth in Greater Boston area
Immigration and the rising cost of housing have driven dramatic changes in the Greater Boston area since 1990, according to a report released by The Boston Foundation last week.
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Increased spending, no new revenue in Senate budget
The Massachusetts Senate Ways and Means Committee has proposed increased funding for education in its fiscal year 2020 budget proposal, but with few new revenue sources, advocacy groups are questioning whether it goes far enough.
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Andrew Gillum aims to change Florida’s political landscape
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Andrew Gillum aims to change Florida’s political landscape
Andrew Gillum is now on a crusade to register a million voters to deliver Florida to national and statewide Democrats.
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Sociedad Latina emphasizes cultural pride
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Sociedad Latina emphasizes cultural pride
At an event celebrating Sociedad Latina’s 50th anniversary, Executive Director Alexandra Oliver-Dávila explained that helping Latino youth be proud of their identity lets them pave the way for their success.
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City’s Office of Economic Development competing for funds to boost participation
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City’s Office of Economic Development competing for funds to boost participation
Through a nationwide accelerator program sponsored by the Citi Foundation and the organization Living Cities, Mayor Martin Walsh’s Office of Economic Development is planning to ramp up efforts to increase the number of women-owned and minority-owned vendors the city has contracts with.
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Advocates blast gov’s housing bill
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Advocates blast gov’s housing bill
Housing advocates came to the Massachusetts State House for a hearing Tuesday morning to speak against a bill that Governor Charlie Baker says will create more housing in the state.
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City to seek bids for Nawn Factory
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City to seek bids for Nawn Factory
The Boston Planning and Development Agency will soon be releasing a request for proposals for the Dudley Square site known as Parcel 8.
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Don't sell your house cheap
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Don't sell your house cheap
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In the news: Philip Lima
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In the news: Philip Lima
Berklee College of Music has named Philip Lima as assistant chair of the Voice Department.
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