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'Have Some Courage': Witnesses To Dorchester Teen's Murder Urged To Come ForwardCommissioner William Evans urged witnesses to come forward after a 17-year-old Dorchester student was gunned down half a block from his school.
Student Killed, 3 Injured In Shooting Near Dorchester High SchoolOne person was killed and three others were wounded in a shooting on Washington Street in Dorchester Wednesday afternoon.
Jackson, Walsh At Odds Over Boston Public Schools WalkoutBoston Public Schools students could walk out of classes Tuesday to protest budget cuts, but Mayor Marty Walsh says City Councillor Tito Jackson and other adults, not kids, are behind the movement.
Auction Of Gun Used To Kill Trayvon Martin Troubling To Boston Mayor, PoliceBoston Mayor Marty Walsh and police are "deeply troubled" about the auction of a gun that was used to kill 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in Florida in February 2012.
Mayor Walsh Cancels Events Due To Kidney StonesBoston Mayor Marty Walsh was forced to cancel several weekend events due to kidney stones.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh Announces Free Community College Tuition PlanBoston Mayor Marty Walsh has announced a plan to provide free tuition to either of the city's two community colleges for all graduates of Boston's public high schools.
Unsafe Levels Of Lead Found In Drinking Fountains At 2 Boston SchoolsUnsafe levels of lead were found in drinking fountains at two Boston schools and parents are demanding answers.
Another Sign Of Spring: Swan Boats Return To BostonSaturday marks the return of the iconic Swan Boats to the Public Garden lagoon in Boston.
Baker, Walsh Hypocritical In Opposing Recreational Marijuana Legalization, Group SaysA group supporting legalized use of recreational marijuana in Massachusetts said Friday that Gov. Charlie Baker and Boston Mayor Marty Walsh are being hypocritical by supporting more liquor licenses while opposing the pot initiative.
'One Boston Day' Marks Third Anniversary Of Marathon BombingsEvents are scheduled throughout the city Friday as residents mark the third anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings with “One Boston Day.”
'One Boston Day' Video Urges Acts Of Kindness On Bombing AnniversaryOn Monday, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh issued a proclamation that permanently designates April 15 as “One Boston Day” in the city.