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Proposal details for Dudley Square parcels
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Proposal details for Dudley Square parcels
The 13 proposals for the development of vacant, city-owned land include housing, commercial space, office space and parking.
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Councilors rip BPS officials on planned school closures
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Councilors rip BPS officials on planned school closures
City councilors sent a letter to the Boston School Committee last week urging them reconsider closing the West Roxbury Academy and Urban Science Academy, as laid out in the city’s controversial BuildBPS plan.
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Building a fitness family
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Building a fitness family
Ever since he was in high school, Javy Caraballo wanted to open his own fitness gym. Once he discovered the challenging dynamics and community-driven aspects of CrossFit as an adult, he knew he had found his niche.
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Hyde Park attorney to take on District 5 councilor
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Hyde Park attorney to take on District 5 councilor
An early challenger has stepped up to battle City Councilor Tim McCarthy for his District 5 seat in the November 2019 election. Ricardo Arroyo quit his job as a public defender last Friday and this week announced his intention to run for Boston City Council, representing residents in Mattapan, Roslindale and Hyde Park.
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Developers advance new vision for Dudley Square
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Developers advance new vision for Dudley Square
A slew of developers has submitted plans for as many as 360 new housing units, new office space, retail storefronts and off-street parking garages in response to requests for proposals the city released recently for four parcels of vacant land in Dudley Square.
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Are Boston police working regularly with ICE?
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Are Boston police working regularly with ICE?
You could forgive attorney Zachary Cloud for walking into Dorchester District Court with an air of confidence, Nov. 30. Police had pinched his client, Lenyn Baldemiro Cuello-Villarack in August and charged him with forgery of a registry document and driving with a revoked license after he presented a Florida driver’s license that arresting officers presumed was fake.
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In the news: Shumeane L. Benford
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In the news: Shumeane L. Benford
Shumeane L. Benford has been appointed the City of Boston’s new chief of the Office of Emergency Management. As chief, Benford will have have direct oversight of the office’s emergency planning, training, and exercise programs and manage relationships with regional, state, and federal homeland security partners.
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New committee to improve equity in building industry
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New committee to improve equity in building industry
The Boston City Council Committee on Government Operations held a public hearing last Friday on the establishment of a commission for economic justice within the city’s construction industry.
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West Roxbury students lobby lawmakers
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West Roxbury students lobby lawmakers
Last Friday, students trained their sights on the State House, appealing to lawmakers for support in advance of a Dec. 5 School Committee vote on the planned closure of their schools.
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Council to review school transportation
City councilors agreed to hold a hearing on Boston Public Schools student transportation, after parents raised concerns about equity and student safety.
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An editor’s reflections
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An editor’s reflections
The book “Boston’s Banner Years” chronicles the achievements of blacks in the city, providing a counter narrative to common misperceptions about the community.
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In the news: Charles Grandson
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In the news: Charles Grandson
Interim Superintendent Laura Perille has appointed Charles Grandson as Interim Chief Academic Officer of the Boston Public Schools.
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