Today in trout news: State officials, Jamaica Plain schoolchildren and other community members gathered at Jamaica Pond this morning for the annual stocking of trout for springtime fishing.
It’s the most troutastic time of the year: The annual trout stocking at Jamaica Pond will be held Wednesday, May 4, at 11 a.m.
Numerous residents let their ire be known about a proposed 6-story, 44-unit rental apartment building on the corner of Washington and Green streets during a community meeting on April 28.
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Boston Police confirmed that an officer accidentally discharged a weapon on Centre Street in Jamaica Plain Monday afternoon.
Formerly homeless individuals, community neighbors, public officials, key investment partners and affordable housing advocates gathered Saturday, April 30, on Walnut Avenue in Jamaica Plain to celebrate the grand opening of the Francis Grady Apartments, 30 studio units for people who have been homeless, and of the Stacy Kirkpatrick House, a 20-bed medical respite facility for homeless individuals.
The MSPCA-Angell is celebrating National Pet Month in May by unveiling its all-new Pet Video Stream, which gives adopters a birds-eye view of adoptable animals in its Jamaica Plain adoption center.
Just in time for Cinco de Mayo: Tacos filled with shrimp a la diabla, lamb al pastor, whitefish ceviche and chipotle-roasted cauliflower will headline the menu at long-anticipated Centre Street taqueria Casa Verde, which is running “a series of very soft services” at dinnertime this week in preparation for its official grand opening Monday, May 2.
State Senator Sonia Chang-Diaz spoke to the Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Council on Tuesday night about the two issues she is most focused on — early childhood education and a comprehensive criminal justice reform.