Suffolk County District Attorney Candidate McAuliffe to Hold Rally at Faneuil Hall

Suffolk County District Attorney Candidate Shannon McAuliffe will host a rally and address at the South Market Building at Faneuil Hall on Tuesday, August...

Governor Baker Sends Back Proposed State Regulation of Short Term Rentals (AirBnb, etc.)

Governor Charlie Baker has sent back the Mass. legislature's bill to regulate and tax short-term rentals (AirBnb, Homeaway, VRBO, etc.). Formal legislature sessions have...

Pool Wars! Neighborhood Parents Irritated by Midday Closing of Mirabella Pool for City Campers

"It's a simple timing issue that we wish the city would fix" said an exasperated North End mother. The issue at hand is a...

Coffee Hour with Councilor Lydia Edwards Friday, August 3

Join City Councilor Lydia Edwards for her next North End coffee hour on Friday, August 3 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Caffe...

From the Councilor: Limiting Zoning for Chain Stores, East Boston Master Plan, Extending Tax...

July Newsletter from City Councilor Lydia Edwards: The summer is flying by, but my office is hard at work! In East Boston, we held a significant council...

Community Use, Possibly NEMPAC, Favored for Vacant Tileston Street Buildings

Boston City Council's Committee on Planning, Development and Transportation held a hearing Monday morning over several surplus parcels and transferring the custody, control and...

Mass. Increases Age of Sale for Tobacco Products to 21, Bans Sales in Pharmacies

Governor Charlie Baker signed a law on Friday, July 27 that increases the statewide age of sale for tobacco products, including e-cigarettes, from 18...

Paul Revere Mall “The Prado” to See New Improvements

https://twitter.com/OldNorth1723/status/1022158704790171650 North End residents and community members came out to celebrate the soon-to-be renovated Paul Revere Mall at a groundbreaking ceremony hosted by the Boston Parks...

Mayor Walsh Discusses Parks and Housing With North End Residents at Coffee Hour

Mayor Martin Walsh mingled with North End / Waterfront residents and then spoke to the group altogether at his coffee hour at Christopher Columbus Park...

Mayor’s North End / Waterfront Coffee Hour

The Mayor’s coffee hour is back this summer on Tuesday, July 17th, 9:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. at Christopher Columbus Park (110 Atlantic Avenue). Come...

City Councilors Discuss Controversial Non-Citizen Voting; Defer Action for Now

The Boston City Council held a hearing earlier this week about non-citizens voting in municipal elections that caused much controversy among residents. The councilors...

City Councilors Introduce Legislation to Limit Zoning for Chain Stores

City Councilors Michelle Wu, Kim Janey and Lydia Edwards filed legislation to remove as-of-right designations for chain stores in Boston’s neighborhood business districts. The...