State Agencies, City of Boston and Grand Prix Boston Sign Letter Of Intent Detailing Taxpayer Protections & Other Measures

  
State Agencies, City of Boston and Grand Prix Boston Sign Letter Of Intent Detailing Taxpayer Protections & Other Measures
BOSTON – Several Massachusetts state agencies, the City of Boston and Grand Prix Boston today signed a letter of intent that outlines several taxpayer protections and agreements that all parties intend to negotiate over the next several months. The agreements include protecting taxpayers from any costs associated with the race, Continue reading State Agencies, City of Boston and Grand Prix Boston Sign Letter Of Intent Detailing Taxpayer Protections & Other Measures

Our Review of Bedford’s Red Heat Tavern

  
By  Stephen O’Donnell

The Red Heat Tavern is now located at 162 Great Road in Bedford MA and our son, Jerome, AKA Jake, has started cooking for them. 

Kathy and I drove down there this past Saturday to check out the place and before we left we met Brad who was our bartender, imagine Kathy and I sitting at a bar. We also were greeted by Steve the General Manager.  Continue reading Our Review of Bedford’s Red Heat Tavern

MEDFORD MAYOR-ELECT BURKE ANNOUNCES TRANSITION TEAM

  
 
Mayor-Elect Stephanie M. Burke has selected a 28-member Transition Team that is assisting her as she prepares for the first day of the new administration on January 4th. The team chaired by Paul Camuso is comprised of Teresa Walsh, Louis Miller, Vivienne Wright, Fred Dello Russo Jr., Rick Orlando, Christine Cousineau, Linda Garriot, Kelly Hurstack, Paul Materazzo, Tim McGivern, Muhammad N. Chowdhury, Ken Krause Continue reading MEDFORD MAYOR-ELECT BURKE ANNOUNCES TRANSITION TEAM

Medford Mustangs Boys Basketball Team Selected to Play in 2016 Good Sports TD Garden Invitational

  

The game takes place on Sunday, January 24th, 2016, and it is being played at the TD Garden. This event will provide our students, athletes, and fans with a truly unique experience, playing in a world-renowned, professional sports arena and creating memories that will last a lifetime.   Continue reading Medford Mustangs Boys Basketball Team Selected to Play in 2016 Good Sports TD Garden Invitational

Hour of Code showcases Boston Public Schools’ students coding, technology skills

  

Boston Public Schools students and teachers, Superintendent Tommy Chang and Boston Chief of Education Rahn Dorsey present 

Students use their coding skills to participate in demonstrations and prizes on Thursday, December 10, 10-11:30 am, at Tynan Elementary School that’s located t 650 East Fourth St., South Boston Continue reading Hour of Code showcases Boston Public Schools’ students coding, technology skills

SIX­-CITY COMPACT TO ADDRESS REGIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN METRO BOSTON

   
  

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Boston, Braintree, Cambridge, Chelsea, Quincy and Somerville Mayors seek to enhance regional economic collaboration via new compact

  

QUINCY – Wednesday, December 9, 2015 – Six Boston area Mayors and City Managers today jointly announced the formation of the Greater Boston Regional Economic Compact, which will facilitate regional problem solving among the municipalities of Boston, Braintree, Cambridge, Chelsea, Quincy, and Somerville. Continue reading SIX­-CITY COMPACT TO ADDRESS REGIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN METRO BOSTON

Boston News Group/Somerville News Weekly/Viasworld TV’s Recap of the 2015 Boston Fashion Awards 

  

By: VIA and RMA

Please view Viasworld TV’s footage of the event at: http://youtu.be/udyCHHBOxiE
Sunday, November 21, Boston News Group/Somerville News Weekly/Viasworld TV attended the 2015 Boston Fashion Awards at Stage Night Club in Boston. Guests were able to show up at 7 pm, two hours prior to the show, to enjoy cocktails and live entertainment by local singer Natalie Joly. Models walked around in gorgeous designs and welcomed guests to take pictures with them. Fashion designers also made themselves available for interviews and pictures. It was a tasteful way to start off the night.  Continue reading Boston News Group/Somerville News Weekly/Viasworld TV’s Recap of the 2015 Boston Fashion Awards 

Boston News Group /Viasworld TV Covers Boston’s Charlesmark Hotel Wine Tasting Event

  

By: VIA and RMA 

Welcome to the Viasworld TV experience brought to you by Boston News Group. This is Viasworld’s first TV show where we will cover anything pertaining to fashion, lifestyle, entertainment, and the arts.This show covers the wine tasting event held at the Charlesmark Hotel in Boston every third Wednesday of every month. The interviews shown also feature guests’ opinions on how to transition from a workday fashion into a night wear fashion. 
Please enjoy and thank you for watching Viasworld TV: 

Letter to the Editor: Recognizing a Good Friend, GENERAL JOSEPH F. DUNFORD, JR.

  

By Attorney Mike Dwyer 

Joe and I were roommates at St. Michael’s College in Vermont for three years. When I got to St. Mike’s, Joe was a sophomore, so he graduated a year before me. Joe is from Quincy, his father was a Boston police officer and mine was a Somerville police officer, so we immediately bonded.  Continue reading Letter to the Editor: Recognizing a Good Friend, GENERAL JOSEPH F. DUNFORD, JR.

MAYOR WALSH APPOINTS NEW LABOR RELATIONS DIRECTOR

  

BOSTON – Friday, December 4, 2015 – Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced the appointment of Alexis Tkachuk as the City of Boston’s Director of Labor Relations. Tkachuk brings over fifteen years of experience in government and joins the Office of Labor Relations from the city’s Law Department where she served as Chief of Staff since March 2014.  Continue reading MAYOR WALSH APPOINTS NEW LABOR RELATIONS DIRECTOR

Tewksbury Police Department Launches Intensive Crackdown on Impaired Driving During Holiday Season

  

 

Tewksbury – Tewksbury Police Department today announced it will join 148 other law enforcement agencies statewide in support of an intensive crackdown on impaired driving from December 9th 2015 thru January 2nd, 2016 as part of the national Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over mobilization, funded by a federal grant administered through the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security’s Highway Safety Division (EOPSS-HSD).   Continue reading Tewksbury Police Department Launches Intensive Crackdown on Impaired Driving During Holiday Season

Bedford Police Department Increases Patrol Around Shopping Areas During the Holidays

  

BEDFORD – Chief Robert Bongiorno reports that the Bedford Police Department is once again increasing patrols around popular shopping areas over the next month to prevent crime through Operation P.A.C.E. — Pro-Active Community Enforcement — and is asking that the public report any suspicious activity they see this season. Continue reading Bedford Police Department Increases Patrol Around Shopping Areas During the Holidays

Suspect In Everett Football Player Stabbing Arraigned

   
 
 

WOBURN – Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan has announced that Osmin Murcia, 19, of Everett, was arraigned today in Malden District Court on charges of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon causing serious bodily injury and armed assault with intent to murder or maim in connection with the November 1 stabbing of an Everett High School student. Continue reading Suspect In Everett Football Player Stabbing Arraigned

Methuen Police Department Announces Annual Toy Drive

  

The “Giving Tree” at the Methuen Police Station. Each star-shaped tag holds one child’s wish for a toy. (Photo courtesy of the Methuen Police Department)
METHUEN — Chief Joseph Solomon and the Methuen Police Department are pleased to announce that, along with Chief J. Timothy Sheehy and the Methuen Fire Department, they have begun their second annual toy drive for Debbie’s Treasure Chest, a non-profit organization founded by children in Lawrence. Continue reading Methuen Police Department Announces Annual Toy Drive

MMA To Testify On Motorcycle License Plates Bills

   
 
 

Representatives from the Massachusetts Motorcycle Association will be on hand Thursday, December 3, 2015 to testify before the Joint Committee on Transportation in favor of 7 bills concerning motorcycle license plates for Veterans and Firefighters. The public hearing will be conducted at 2:00 PM in room B-1 at the Massachusetts State House. Continue reading MMA To Testify On Motorcycle License Plates Bills

Arlington Police Chief Frederick Ryan Appointed to Communities for Restorative Justice Board

  

ARLINGTON– The Arlington Police Department is pleased to report that Chief Frederick Ryan has been appointed to the board of directors for Communities for Restorative Justice (C4RJ) to further the organization’s mission by assisting victims and offenders of a crime through a healing approach outside the court system.
C4RJ is a community-police partnership that offers restorative justice to those affected by crime. Continue reading Arlington Police Chief Frederick Ryan Appointed to Communities for Restorative Justice Board