Charles Montgomery, a Vietnam veteran who lives in Roxbury, had a pointed question for Marty Walsh during the mayoral candidate’s appearance at the 12th Baptist Church Veteran’s meeting last Wednesday.
At the WBZ Water Cooler: At St. Louis Airport, the sign in the terminal greeting passengers coming in from Boston Friday read “St. Louis welcomes Boston Red Sox fans.”
As hard as it’s been for Boston’s mayoral hopefuls to generate widespread interest in the September 24th Preliminary Election, it’s been even more difficult for the 39 Boston City Council Candidates.
The 12 candidates vying to succeed Menino have been out in the neighborhoods hoping to gain traction in a wide open race.
Despite the sweltering heat, it was an overflow crowd at Boston Teachers Union Hall In Dorchester last Wednesday.
Boston’s Action for Community Development held a Mayor’s Forum at their headquarters in downtown Boston last week.
Twelve days before Boston’s Preliminary Election, and a number of the mayoral candidates were pressing the flesh at a Senior’s Picnic in Roxbury.
While the first round of One Fund Boston has been distributed to Marathon bombing victims, the fund is by no means depleted.
If Aaron Hernandez beats the first-degree murder charges he is currently facing, or receives a short sentence for gun charges, multiple NFL teams will be ready to offer him a contract according to the author of the recent Rolling Stone article on the former Patriots’ tight end.
Recovering From A Traumatic Brain Injury.