Monthly Archives: October 2017

Arlington Catholic High School Open House November 5

The Arlington Catholic High School community is excited to host families of 7th and 8th grade students to our Open House, this Sunday, November...

A Hard Day’s Knights

Chess, the only board game that depends solely on skill and virtually no luck, has been in existence almost since civilization began. Having been...

AG Healey Endorses Edwards, Janey in Boston Council Races

News from the Office of Attorney General Maura Healey: Attorney General Maura Healey today endorsed two inspiring newcomers running for open seats on the Boston...

Tuesday’s Brief: Halloween Carnival & Prado Party, Storm Aftermath, Festive Treats

Things to know for Tuesday Events for Tuesday, October 31: Happy Halloween!  2:00PM ROC Teen Saturday Haunted Halloween Carnival. The 12th Annual Recovery Outreach Community (ROC) will...

Boston Community Collaborative’s 5th Annual FUNraiser – a Great Time!

Guests had a great time at Boston Community Collaborative’s fifth Annual Halloween Costume party FUNraiser.  This year’s party was October 27th at Filippo’s and...

Downtown View: Books for Reading and Giving Away

Sometimes I read recent books by Boston authors and describe them in this column. The following three books fit the Boston criteria, but vary...

Hear From Author and Founder of Boston 1775 J.L. Bell at...

The Old North Foundation’s Speaker Series will host its next lecture, Classes and Forms: The Landscape of Colonial Boston’s Public Schools, this Wednesday, November...

Ward 3 Democrats Candidates Night for Mayor and At-Large City Council;...

https://youtu.be/E-Z3P2oC-QE The Ward 3 Democratic Committee held a candidates night in Boston's North End on October 25th, inviting those running for Boston Mayor and City Council...

City Announces Measures to Protect East Boston and Charlestown From Climate...

City of Boston Releases 'Coastal Resilience Solutions For East Boston and Charlestown Report', Outlining Near- and Long-Term Strategies to Protect Vulnerable Neighborhoods from Flooding Boston...

Storm Photo: Uprooted Tree at Columbus Park

Quite the storm on Sunday night into early Monday morning. This tree was uprooted at Columbus Park on Atlantic Avenue. Submitted by David Goggins. More storm...

12th Annual ROC Teen Saturday Haunted Halloween Carnival October 31st!

The Recovery Outreach Community (ROC) Teen Saturday program will host its 12th annual Haunted Halloween Carnival on October 31st at the Nazzaro Playground from...

Monday’s Brief: Halloween Events, Printing Press and Big Pumpkins

Plan your events with the Community Calendar: Tuesday, October 31: 2:00PM ROC Teen Saturday Haunted Halloween Carnival. The 12th Annual Recovery Outreach Community (ROC) will take...