There were a few little items missing from the mayor’s speech that ought to give Boston taxpayers pause.
Walsh will give the speech at 7 p.m. Tuesday in Boston’s Symphony Hall.
BOTON (CBS) – NightSide brings you our final segment of Wednesdays with Walsh for 2014! Boston Mayor Marty Walsh sits down with Dan to talk about his agenda for 2015 and to take your calls. […]
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In the beginning, he was just Tommy Menino from Hyde Park, the son of a factory worker, married to a local girl with two young kids.
The man I covered for more than two decades was totally devoted to his job and to the well-being of the city’s residents.
The head of the Boston Archdiocese visited former Boston Mayor Tom Menino in the hospital Wednesday afternoon.
I hear you’re not doing well, but I thought it might cheer you up a bit to hear that you are doing good.
Former Boston Mayor Thomas Menino is suspending his cancer treatments and his book tour, he said in a statement released Thursday.