City Of Boston
November 23, 2013 Tuesday, November 19th was a historic day in the city of Boston, specifically in the South End area, where the nation’s first monument dedicated to Puerto Rican veterans was unveiled. On this […]
September 28, 2013 On Tuesday September 24th, 2013 the people of Boston spoke by going out to the polls and voting for who they think should be the next mayor of the city of Boston. […]
March 30, 2013 The New England Argentine Association is a non-profit organization which was founded more than two decades ago, to better serve the needs of Argentinians living in this region. Now, one of their […]
The City Of Boston is trying out some new materials to fill potholes this year with hopes that they will save city time and eventually money.
The City of Boston has reached a $106,000 settlement in the Chuck Turner case.
A Boston Parks and Recreation Department snow plow has been recovered, according to Boston Police.
The Boston Parks and Recreation Department says someone climbed into a plow truck parked on city property Wednesday night and drove away.
A city employee was ordered held on $20,000 cash bail after his arraignment on child pornography charges Monday.
The Kevin White stories are unending, the good, bad and the ugly, but the memories are cherished and Boston has lost another “classic.” Kevin “the schity of Bawstun” White. God Speed.
The Citizens Connect iPhone app is targeted at enlisting Boston residents and visitors to gather information about the city.