Pour one out for James’s Gate: The Irish pub on South Street has seemingly served the JP community for the final time.
Jamaica Plain’s City Councilor Matt O’Malley wants Verizon to bring FiOS to Boston. Continue Reading →
The fight between Boston and the Algonquin Gas Transmission LLC, in which Spectra Energy wants to put a natural gas pipeline through a residential area in West Roxbury is headed to court on September 8th. Continue Reading →
Bella Luna Makes Zagat’s “Can’t-Miss” Food Events This Month Continue Reading →
The Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Development Corporation thought that Jackson Square needed something more inviting than a brick MBTA building wall for people to look at when coming out of Jackson Square station.
It was over in 30 minutes.
By a vote of 3 -2 the BRA voted Thursday night to approve the Article 80 review application to build 3200 Washington Street.
The Boston Public Heath Commission said in a statement that recreational activities, including fishing and boating, may resume at Jamaica Pond following last month’s detection of blue-green algae, which the Commission said was potentially fatal if ingested. The announcement comes after two consecutive weeks of testing showed algae concentration below the state-recommended limit of 70,000 cells/milliliter. However, residents looking for place to beat the summer heat with a cool evening swim can keep looking: Swimming has been banned in Jamaica Pond since 1975 because it serves as one of the city’s backup water supplies, according to boston.com. Continue Reading →
The streetscape around Forest Hills continues to change rapidly.
Two actions Saturday and Sunday by City Life/Vida Urbana and Affordable Housing Eglston/Beantown Society showed “what democracy looks like!” as the youth chanted to drivers Sunday afternoon outside 3200Washington Street.