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In the news: Tracy Litthcut and Rufus J. Faulk
Mayor Martin Walsh announced Tracy Litthcut and Rufus Faulk as co-directors of the Mayor’s Office of Public Safety.
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Mass. teachers part of national movement
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Mass. teachers part of national movement
The teachers, students and parents who marched through the State House last week are part of a national trend of activism aimed at reversing years of cuts to public education systems across the country.
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City discusses Parcel 8 plans in meeting
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City discusses Parcel 8 plans in meeting
The Boston Planning and Development Agency will soon release a request for proposals for the next phase of PLAN: Dudley.
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Opinion
Why the rush to close middle schools?
The current BPS school administration seems to be in a big hurry to get the School Committee on record in favor of its number one priority in BuildBPS: closing all middle schools.
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BPS memo called for ‘right-sizing’ Boston’s schools
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BPS memo called for ‘right-sizing’ Boston’s schools
Mayor Martin Walsh and BPS officials courted controversy in recent years with calls for the district to close schools.
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City voucher rates to be set by zip code
The Boston Housing Authority will be the first public housing authority in the country to voluntarily set its payment standards for low-income families by zip code rather than a blanket price.
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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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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 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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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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Activist: Is Boston an open-air injection site?
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Activist: Is Boston an open-air injection site?
The city’s decision to install kiosks to accept discarded hypodermic needles in front of and behind the Orchard Garden’s K-8 School has sparked controversy, with critics complaining the measure will do little to keep drug users away from children who attend the school.
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