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In the news: Nick Martin
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In the news: Nick Martin
Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced that he is appointing Nick Martin to be the administration's new chief communications officer, effective Monday, December 14.
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Counselors, cops clash over tear gas
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Counselors, cops clash over tear gas
After a summer of protests, Boston city councilors are looking for more protocol on how the police control crowds. In a working session on Nov. 18, Councilors Andrea Campbell, Lydia Edwards and Ricardo Arroyo attempted to bring Boston police officers on board with restrictions on tear gas, projectiles and other crowd control weapons, but did not receive support.
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In the news: Petrina Martin Cherry
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In the news: Petrina Martin Cherry
Boston Arts Academy Foundation announced that Petrina Martin Cherry, vice president of sales, marketing and community outreach at Boston Medical Center HealthNet Plan and the Boston Medical Center Health System, has joined its 24-member advisory council.
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Mattapan residents mapping history, future
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Mattapan residents mapping history, future
Mattapan residents are taking hold of their history through a multi-layered mapping project that will highlight the past, present and future of the historic Boston neighborhood.
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Front line workers advocate for more COVID paid leave
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Front line workers advocate for more COVID paid leave
Care workers in Massachusetts are contracting COVID-19 in their workplaces, but in the volatile job climate, many have no other employment options and no sick days left. During budget negotiations at the State House, legislators debated putting the Emergency Paid Sick Time Amendment in the FY2021 state budget.
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In the news: Maria Vasallo
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In the news: Maria Vasallo
Inquilinos Boricuas en Acción (IBA), a community development corporation based in Boston’s South End, announced that Maria Vasallo has been elected president of IBA’s board of directors.
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In the news: Christine Pajarillo
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In the news: Christine Pajarillo
Christine Pajarillo has been named the vice president of Programs and Social Services at Whittier Street Health Center.
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Ayanna Pressley unveils plan to combat childhood trauma
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Ayanna Pressley unveils plan to combat childhood trauma
U.S. Representative Ayanna Pressley is introducing a bill to fight childhood trauma, as children across the nation witness multiple crises that will shape their future.
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Gov. imposes curfew as COVID rates rise
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Gov. imposes curfew as COVID rates rise
With COVID cases rising to levels not seen since May, Gov. Charlie Baker imposed a curfew on restaurants and other businesses between 9 p.m. and 5 a.m., but stopped short of rolling back the state’s reopening of public places of accommodation.
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In the news: Cyril Ubiem
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In the news: Cyril Ubiem
Harvard Street Neighborhood Health Center President and CEO Stan McLaren is proud to announce the arrival of Dr. Cyril Ubiem as a member of its leadership team as the senior vice president of programs and services.
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In the news: Alexis Trzcinski
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In the news: Alexis Trzcinski
Boston Parks Commissioner Ryan Woods recently announced that Alexis Trzcinski of Dorchester has been promoted to Director of the Animal Care and Control division of the Boston Parks and Recreation Department.
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In the news: Jacqueline Conrad
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In the news: Jacqueline Conrad
The Mass Mentoring Partnership (MMP) board of directors elected Jacqueline Conrad, vice president of Marketing, Communications & Public Relations at Cambridge College, chair of the board during the September meeting.
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