Earlier last month, a fifth grader from Dorchester named Fatoumata visited my office. She told me about her favorite types of ice cream, her favorite subjects in school, and her plans to go to college, become a human rights lawyer, and eventually run for U.S. Senate.
The Greater Boston Food Bank (GBFB), the largest hunger-relief organization in New England, recently added several new members to their Board of Directors including Jamaica Plain resident Laura Perille.
Democrat and Boston resident Robbie Goldstein is challenging U.S. Congressman Stephen Lynch, and answered why he thinks 8th District residents should vote for him, how being a doctor will make him a good congressman, and more.
The intersection at Centre and Walter streets is often an accident waiting to happen. Cars come speeding downhill from JP's Centre Street on their way to West Roxbury and Roslindale, and turning onto Walter Street can be quite dangerous.
As David Mays walked through the snow-covered Central Woods of the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University last month, gazing at the red oaks and the eastern white pines, the 17-year-old wondered if trees alone can save the planet.
February is Black History Month and, in Boston, we have a full series of events planned to celebrate the achievements of Black Bostonians -- the women and men, seniors and students, veterans and clergy, business owners and activists who have been at the heart of our city’s progress and success since the beginning.