Ballot Questions Breakdown: What You Need to Know

This coming Tuesday, November 8th will be Election Day in Massachusetts! Thousands will be drawn to polling locations to cast their ballot for the...

St. John School Students Visit City Hall

Our St. John School 5th Graders went on a field trip to City Hall where they visited the City Hall Council Chambers. They met with...

Downtown View: Thanks, Donald, for the Big Reveal

One good thing Donald has done for America is that the regrettable frequency of sexual assault is now out in the open, and it’s...

Harbor Ferry Hearing Set for November 3rd at City Council

Boston City Councilors Salvatore LaMattina (District 1) and Bill Linehan (District 2) scheduled a hearing regarding water transportation in the City of Boston.  The...

Photo Gallery: North End Senior Pride Day

The North End Senior Pride Day, sponsored by Representative Aaron Michlewitz, Senator Joseph Boncore, Mayor Marty Walsh and Councilor Sal LaMattina featured entertainment by...

Neighborhood Photo: Early Voting at City Hall

Despite claims that early voting does not increase turnout, reports from City Hall indicate a steady stream of early voters in the first two...

Vote Now! Everyday is Election Day With Early Voting October 24th – November 4th

Early Voting for 2016 General Election Many of you may remember the ridiculously long voting lines, where residents waited for hours to cast their vote for the 2012...

Downtown View: Poligrip Ad: Is This Us?

Some pundits investigate the culture of America though our political system, which shows us as basically nuts. I prefer advertisements—television advertisements during the 6:30 evening...

Mayor’s Column: Early Voting is Coming to Boston

by Mayor Martin J. Walsh Voting in Boston is about to become more convenient. For the first time, registered voters who reside in the City...

BRA Loses in Court (Again) in Effort to Commercialize End of Long Wharf

The Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA) lost its appeal in federal appeals court this week in what has been a decade long effort by the...

North End / Waterfront Residents’ Association (NEWRA) Looks to Extend its Executive Term Limits

The North End / Waterfront Residents' Association (NEWRA) has proposed an important change in its by-laws to extend executive term limits from two to four years. The membership was informed...

War Over Long Wharf Continues As Appeals Court Hears Oral Arguments

The fight over Long Wharf continues to be a legal slugfest with oral arguments being heard last week in front of a three judge panel at federal...