Public Input Sought to Strengthen Arts & Cultural Assets in Arlington


New ‘Arts and Culture Action Planning Project’ to engage Arlington residents, business owners, workers, artists

 

 

 

Arlington – The Town invites you to take a new survey that seeks your input on Arlington’s arts and cultural assets and needs: http://www.mapc.ma/arlingtonarts. Residents, workers, artists, and others who live, work, and visit Arlington are invited to take the survey. Survey respondents will be entered to win one of two raffle prizes to local Arlington businesses. Continue reading Public Input Sought to Strengthen Arts & Cultural Assets in Arlington

MAYOR WALSH HOSTS COMMUNITY DISCUSSION ABOUT RACISM IN BOSTON

http://m.cityofboston.gov/cable/video_library.asp?id=19916 

Watch the video from today’s discussion.

BOSTON – Saturday, November 19, 2016 – Mayor Martin J. Walsh today hosted a public discussion to discuss racism in Boston and how we acknowledge our past as we look to our future in order to become a more socially cohesive and resilient city. Continue reading MAYOR WALSH HOSTS COMMUNITY DISCUSSION ABOUT RACISM IN BOSTON

MEDIA ADVISORY: MAYOR WALSH TO RELEASE DRAFT IMAGINE BOSTON 2030 PLAN 

BOSTON – Wednesday, November 16, 2016 – Tomorrow, Mayor Martin J. Walsh will release Expanding Opportunity, Imagine Boston 2030’s draft plan of priority action areas and major initiatives that will support a thriving city by expanding opportunity, supporting a dynamic economy, enhancing quality of life and preparing for climate change. Continue reading MEDIA ADVISORY: MAYOR WALSH TO RELEASE DRAFT IMAGINE BOSTON 2030 PLAN 

The Politics of Murder: Was The Convicted Teenager, Eddie O’Brien, and In One of Boston’s Most Infamous Murder Trials Actually Innocent?

By  Victoria Hewlett

When the public becomes fixated on something, we all know how quickly facts get left behind for popular rumors, prominent special-interest agendas and ideologies. Sometimes, public opinion is wrong. Continue reading The Politics of Murder: Was The Convicted Teenager, Eddie O’Brien, and In One of Boston’s Most Infamous Murder Trials Actually Innocent?

Bedford Police Host Effective Community Engagement Training Program Involving Community Members

Chelsea Police Chief Brian Kyes taught a course on Effective Community Engagement to Bedford Police and community stakeholders on Monday. (Courtesy Photo)

BEDFORD – Chief Robert Bongiorno is pleased to announce that the Bedford Police Department on Monday hosted a class on the concept of “Effective Community Engagement.” Continue reading Bedford Police Host Effective Community Engagement Training Program Involving Community Members

Burlington Police Searching for Bank Robbery Suspect


Burlington Police are actively searching for a man who robbed a Salem Five Bank this past week. (Courtesy Photo)

BURLINGTON — Chief Michael Kent reports that the Burlington Police Department is searching for a man who robbed a bank in town this afternoon.
On Monday, Nov. 7, at approximately 1 p.m., Burlington Police responded to a reported robbery at the Salem Five Bank, 36 Cambridge St. Continue reading Burlington Police Searching for Bank Robbery Suspect