Mayor Menino has attended thousands of ribbon cuttings, he’s been to scores of city sporting events, and has established quite a high profile during his time as mayor of Boston. But there’s one thing he hasn’t done.
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Seventeen hours after his emotional day started, Mayor Menino was still going, getting words of thanks from President Obama and singing the city’s praises.
We’ll never see another mayor with the popularity and political sway that Menino has held throughout his years in office.
Mayor Tom Menino says now is the time to give the city new leadership.
City councilors may be keeping quiet for now but they do agree, the next six months will be interesting.
Paul Guzzi, the president and CEO of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce says Mayor Menino has been good for business in Boston.
Boston Mayor Tom Menino is expected to announce Thursday that he will not seek re-election.
Whether it’s at home or at work, most everyone is used to having the convenience of voicemail. But for the first time, that convenience will be coming to Boston City Hall employees.
Mayor Menino says he is furious over reports of cars being vandalized in city neighborhoods after the cars parked in spots that someone else had shoveled out and attempted to reserve with a space saver.