Mayor Tom Menino
From a viral fundraising campaign that saw thousands of people doused in ice water, to the loss of Boston’s beloved long-serving mayor. Here is a look back at some of the stories that stole the headlines over the last year.
The city of Boston said goodbye Monday to its longest serving mayor with an historic tribute to Tom Menino.
City Hall will be open until 6 p.m. on Saturday for members of the public to pay their respects to Menino, who was the longest serving mayor in Boston.
Much like Tom Menino himself, it’s all about the details inside Most Precious Blood church in Hyde Park where funeral services will be held on Monday at noon.
On October 11, former Boston mayor Tom Menino sat down with WBZ-TV’s David Wade. They chatted for a half-hour about everything from the city he loves, to Twitter, his infamous nickname, and the city’s darkest days.
Former Boston Mayor Tom Menino was a noble man whose belief that government should help people earned him the public’s trust, the co-author of his autobiography said Thursday.
Boston Police and Boston Park Rangers will be enforcing the ordinance which is punishable by a fine of $250.
Mayor Tom Menino made one last stop onto Keller @ Large.
Mayor Tom Menino talks about his decision to leave office and his plans for the future.
Normally, when they have one of their excellent panel discussions down at the Kennedy Library, it’s about something weighty and historic – the Kennedys, war, peace, or the Kennedys.