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UMass officials seek proposals for Calf Pasture redevelopment

UMass officials are issuing a request for proposals for the redevelopment of the Calf Pasture Pumping Station and another parcel, currently used for parking at the Boston campus, in Dorchester’s ...

Five years in, Dot Brewing figures it’s time for a ‘bash’

Those moves helped the company survive to celebrate five years in business this Saturday (July 24) with an “Anniversary Bash.” “Opening Dot Brewing five years ago was a long process,” said Holly ...

Essaibi George to top 2021 prelim ballot order for mayor

City Councillor At-Large Annissa Essaibi George will appear in the No. 1 slot on the Sept. 14 mayoral preliminary ballot. City elections officials on Friday pulled candidate names out of a gold ...

Pressley urges US to take more preventive action on Haiti crisis

Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley said last week that the US should take steps to prevent further destabilization of Haiti after the country’s president Jovenel Moïse was assassinated on July 7. “There ...

17 hopefuls make their cases for at-large seats on the City Council

When Michelle Wu and Annissa Essaibi George decided to run for mayor and not seek re-election to their City Council At-Large seats, a large group of Boston residents stepped up to jockey for the two ...

Janey taps two for School Committee

Acting Mayor Kim Janey on Thursday tapped the executive director of the Massachusetts chapter of Latinos for Education and the head of a parent mentoring program to fill two vacant seats on the Boston ...

Ward 15 Dems back just two for at-large, and none for mayor

The number of candidates is driven by City Councillors At-Large Annissa Essaibi George and Michelle Wu opting to run for mayor instead of another term on the 13-member City Council. Ward 15 members ...

Sweet Teez on ‘Taste of Ethnic Boston’ roster

The seventh annual food festival known as “A Taste of Ethnic Boston” is set to return on July 27. The festival, which will include a Dorchester bakery and other neighborhood businesses, aims to unite ...

New Adams Street library ‘raises the bar’; Reopening scheduled for July 31

The brand-new Adams Street branch library, an $18.3 million investment by city government, will open to the public during a ribbon-cutting celebration on Sat., July 31. The building replaces a smaller ...

Dot-rooted song’s vibrations still felt three decades later

Thirty summers later, Good Vibrations is still getting played and MC Spice the Legend—a Roxbury-raised MC who actually penned the lyrics and tutored Wahlberg in the salad days of his music career—is ...

Eight years after last open mayor’s race, little outcry over super PACs

The super PAC backing Acting Mayor Kim Janey is swinging into action, pulling in nearly half a million dollars while focusing on canvassing efforts. The super PAC, supported by the hospitality workers ...

Dorchester Little League team wins District 9 championship

Dorchester Little League players are District 9 champs after beating South Boston and Charlestown earlier this month. The tournament was played in a round robin format with teams from other two ...