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Why the call for police in BPS schools?
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Why the call for police in BPS schools?
The Council of the Great City Schools last Wednesday released a report on school safety recommending among other things that Boston Public Schools convene a focus group of stakeholders and administrators to consider whether the district should form an internal police department.yawu
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Wu’s push for rent control 20 years in the making
Mayor Michelle Wu’s rent stabilization proposal is the latest in a series of efforts in Boston spanning nearly three decades to reinstate some form of rent stabilization following a 1994 statewide referendum that disallowed rent control.
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In the news: Robert Terrell
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In the news: Robert Terrell
Mayor Michelle Wu announced Robert Terrell as executive director of the City’s Office of Fair Housing and Equity.
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Joel Richards launches campaign for District 3 City Council seat
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Joel Richards launches campaign for District 3 City Council seat
Boston schoolteacher Joel Richards kicked off his campaign for the District 3 City Council seat Friday, promising to fight to make Boston a city where all of its residents can thrive.
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Mayor releases legislative agenda
Boston Mayor Michelle Wu is promoting her agenda for action at the state level as a new legislative session begins on Beacon Hill.
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Rent control debate brewing
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Rent control debate brewing
A day after preliminary details of Boston Mayor Michelle Wu’s long-awaited local rent control policy emerged, elected officials who may soon vote on the issue began contending with what it will ultimately look like.
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Andrea Campbell sworn in as Mass. attorney general
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Andrea Campbell sworn in as Mass. attorney general
Accompanied by her husband and sworn in by her aunt, Andrea Campbell took the oath of office as Massachusetts attorney general Wednesday at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center in a ceremony attended by hundreds.
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Private schools part of city’s busing challenge
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Private schools part of city’s busing challenge
Boston Mayor Michelle Wu said Thursday that one key to delivering city students to their schools on time rests with the cooperation the city receives from the more than 100 parochial, private and charter schools that also rely on bus service from Boston Public Schools.
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In the news: Angela C. McConney
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In the news: Angela C. McConney
Angela C. McConney, Esq. was appointed as a Commissioner to the Civil Service Commission in 2022.
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City launches Office of Youth Engagement & Advancement
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City launches Office of Youth Engagement & Advancement
José Massó, the city of Boston’s chief of health and human services, along with Mayor Michelle Wu and other city officials, announced the creation of a new Office of Youth Engagement & Advancement (OYEA) under the Health and Human Services Cabinet.
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Crime, cannabis, schools on Council agenda
In their first meeting of 2023, Boston City Council members offered up what amounts to at least a partial agenda for the new year.
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No resolution for hair test plaintiffs
Soon after the Boston Police Department began in 1999 to use an annual hair test to determine whether officers had used drugs, members of the Massachusetts Association of Minority Law Enforcement Officers began noticing a troubling trend: A disproportionate number of Black cops were testing positive for cocaine.
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