The R.A.D. (Rape Aggression Defense) course is offered at no charge by the Tewksbury Police Department. Those [Read more...]
USA Bronze Olympian Medal Winner Steve Langton didn’t forget his roots here in the Somerville with a surprise visit with his dad Steve Langton co-owner of Russell Disposal.
The mural that is affixed to the wall of
the Untied States Post Office lobby [Read more...]
Dance Currents and The Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra of Boston at Newton Cultural Center City Hall Sunday, March 16
Kathy Hassinger’s “Dance Currents, Inc.” accompanied by The Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra of Boston will [Read more...]
The City of Boston’s Commission on Affairs of the Elderly today announced it has been awarded a $130,253 grant from the Corporation of National and [Read more...]
Somerville Police Department Narcotics detectives, plainclothes and uniformed officers detained a motor vehicle and its occupants in front 133 Pearl Street in Somerville.
The motor vehicle is allegedly registered out of Boston and it is being searched for alleged narcotics.
This story is still developing….
Occurrence time: Wednesday afternoon 4:30 PM
On March 4, 2014, the Tewksbury Police Department conducted an undercover prostitution operation which [Read more...]
On March 4, 2014, the Tewksbury Police Department arrested Pedro Luis [Read more...]
The exhibition Public Women, Private Lives opens at the Boston Public Library’s Copley Square location on Friday, March 7, and runs through May 30 this year. March is Women’s History Month and the [Read more...]
A number of high-level city employees left their municipal posts at the turn of the new year, along with Boston’s regime change from the longtime Menino administration to that of new Mayor Marty Walsh. One of those voids was created by the departure of Boston Fire Commissioner Roderick Fraser. Mayor Walsh, however, has announced a step forward in the replacement process.
Rep. Mike Capuano Statement on Inclusion of the Green Line Extension in the President’s FY 2015 Budget
“We have been working closely with the Obama Administration and I am [Read more...]
WHEN: Saturday, March 22, 2014
Local Probate and Family Law Attorney Martin J Keogh announces candidacy for Suffolk County Register of Probate
March 4-Martin J. Keogh, a local area attorney who practices family and [Read more...]
In this weekly culinary column, I will be focusing on one dish – giving the reader a quick history of the dish, the classical [Read more...]