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Compassionate Organics not moving forward

By Geoff Reilinger | Feb 28
February 20, 2019 Dear Friends and Neighbors,

Letter to the Editor

Feb 28
Mr. Michael Sinatra Project Manager Boston Planning and Development Agency

A Boston Boom, but not for everyone

Jan 9
As someone who was born and raised in the South End/ Lower Roxbury neighborhood along Harrison Avenue back in the days before gentrification came in and changed housing patterns, and not so much for the good.

Vote Yes on Question 3

Vote Yes on Question 3

Oct 31
We hope you'll join us and thousands of other members of the arts community and vote in favor of Question 3 on November 6. The question, if approved by voters, will keep the 2016 Massachusetts civil rights law for transgender residents on the books.

Thank you, Trinity Financial

By Readers | Oct 12
I saw the front page news story on the Trinity Financial Open House celebration in last week's South End News.

Safety means community and police working together

By Readers | Jan 19
Lately there has been lots of news in our neighborhood about senseless violence and killings that are reportedly gang connected.

Location 101

By Readers | Dec 8
Recently, a press release from Boston Parks & Recreation and the Mayor's Office of Neighborhood Services inviting the public to a meeting about improvements to Ramsay Park located in the South End

Viva Puerto Rico! Viva America!

By Readers | Nov 23
As someone who hails from the South End/lower Roxbury neighborhood and grew up there in the 50s and 60s...

Issues Regarding the Leggat McCall Harrison Albany Project

Issues Regarding the Leggat McCall Harrison Albany Project

By Readers | Jul 7
Residents and advocates weigh in on how to get the Harrison-Albany project back on track

Extension of BRA Urban Renewal Plans: Council has no authority

By Shirley Kressel | Dec 5
Letter to: Mayor Martin J. Walsh Boston City Council Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development BRA

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