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Four teens charged with beating senior on a Silver Line bus

By Adam Gaffin | May 30
Transit Police report arresting four teens - all 15 or 16 - on charges related to an attack on a Silver Line bus at Washington and Herald streets in the South End around 10 p.m. on Tuesday, May 14.

Boston's Pride Organizers Announce 2024 Parade, Festival Theme

Boston's Pride Organizers Announce 2024 Parade, Festival Theme

By BP4TP | May 30
"Still Here: In Living Color"

JORDY and Mila Jam to Headline Boston's Pride Festival

JORDY and Mila Jam to Headline Boston's Pride Festival

By BP4TP | May 30
JORDY and Mila Jam, will co-headline the Boston Pride For The People (BP4TP) festival on Saturday, June 8th on Boston Common.

Cathedral High School Graduates the Class of 2024

Cathedral High School Graduates the Class of 2024

By Cathedral High School | May 30
The 93rd commencement took place on Saturday afternoon, May 18 at Holy Cross Cathedral.

Ellis Early Learning Awarded $25K Grant to Start Farm-to-School Project

Ellis Early Learning Awarded $25K Grant to Start Farm-to-School Project

By Ellis Early Learning | May 16
Ellis Early Learning has been awarded a $25,000 Massachusetts Farming Reinforces Education and Student Health grant to establish a farm-to-school initiative for growing local food and promoting food literacy and nutrition education...

Rosies Place Raises $920,000 at 50th Anniversary Safe & Sound Gala

Rosies Place Raises $920,000 at 50th Anniversary Safe & Sound Gala

By Rosie's Place | May 16
Rosie's Place, a Boston-based community center for poor and homeless women, announced that it raised a record-breaking $920,000 at its recent gala.

Boston Medical Center Earns 'A' Hospital Safety Grade in Spring 2024 from the Leapfrog Group

By BMC | May 16
Boston Medical Center earned an "A" Hospital Safety Grade from The Leapfrog Group, a national nonprofit dedicated to advancing patient safety.

Ellis Early Learning Hosts Baking Challenge with Chef Joanne Chang to Support Meals for Students

Ellis Early Learning Hosts Baking Challenge with Chef Joanne Chang to Support Meals for Students

By Ellis Early Learning | May 2
May 4 Fundraiser Supports Nutrition Program at South End, Jamaica Plain Centers

News From... Representative John Moran

News From... Representative John Moran

By the office of Rep. Moran | May 2
Representative John Moran to secure $230,000 of earmark funding in the FY25 House budget for several organizations that reflect the diversity and community in the 9th Suffolk District.

Mayor Wu, Boston Housing Authority Celebate Major Upgrades To Historic Lenox Apartments In South End And Roxbury

By City of Boston | Apr 18
On Thursday, April 4, 2024, Mayor Michelle Wu joined the Boston Housing Authority, Beacon Communities and Roxbury and South End residents to celebrate the completion of significant upgrades to 285 affordable units at Lenox Apartments...

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