Blog Archives

Breed Middle School Memorial Day Assembly

Breed Middle School held a Memorial Day Assembly on May 27 to commemorate our country’s veterans. The ceremony was dedicated to past and present servicemen and women in the armed forces who have protected our freedom, and included a special photographic display of portraits of loved ones who have served in the military. “It’s...

Read more »

Mia Nowicki Powers St Mary’s to Holland Championship

By Cary Shuman Just perfect. St. Mary’s junior Mia Nowicki came on in relief and pitched four perfect innings to help the Spartans defeat Lynn Classical, 6-4, in nine innings in the championship game of the John Holland Memorial Tournament Sunday at Grace Rogato Field. Nowicki, a flame-throwing righthander, retired all 12 batters she...

Read more »

Malden Catholic Celebrates 81st Annual Commencement

Malden Catholic recently celebrated the graduation of the Class of 2016 on Saturday, May 21, in the Doherty Gymnasium at Malden Catholic. The 139 diplomas were conferred by Headmaster Mr. Thomas J. Doherty III. Members of the Malden Catholic Class of 2015 have received college scholarships with a four-year value of more than $18...

Read more »

Barks and Bagels on the Common

Barks and Bagels on the Common

Local canines had some fun on Saturday, May 21 near the Frog Pond. The Barks and Bagels group held a mini fair where canines could have their pictures taken or groomed or make sure the dog licenses were in order among other matters. Their owners were able to mingle over coffee and bagels. Shown...

Read more »

Flags Placed on Boston Common

Flags Placed on Boston Common

The Massachusetts Military Heroes Fund (MMHF), the state organization dedicated to providing support to the families of military personnel with ties to Massachusetts who have died as a result of active duty service post 9/11/2001, held its signature event on the Boston Common last week.  On Thursday, May 26 the MMHF and volunteers again...

Read more »

Boston Parks Receive High Scores in Report

By John Lynds It’s parks like the Boston Common, Public Garden, the Esplanade and other parks that dot Beacon Hill that help put Boston in the top ten of the nation’s best park systems according to the Trust for Public Land’s Fifth Annual ParkScore index. According to the Trust for Public Land’s report, Boston’s...

Read more »

Downtown View:What Could Go Wrong?

By Karen Cord Taylor You have a taxicab company, or maybe you drive a cab. You paid a lot of money for the medallion that allows you to operate that cab. People trying to hail your cab have no idea whether you are free or have a passenger because, unlike in New York City,...

Read more »

Blackstone’s of Beacon Hill Welcomes ‘Dreamology’ Author

Motivating teenagers to read books is getting harder and harder. Distractions from television to the Internet and social networking sites, to busy schedules, mean many young adults rarely pick up a book for pleasure.  Long known for her book signings and talks geared to an adult audience, Jennifer Hill, owner of Blackstone’s of Beacon...

Read more »

Massachusetts General Hospital Chapel Turns 75

By Dan Murphy Massachusetts General Hospital held a celebration on Wednesday to commemorate the 75th anniversary of its chapel. “This is MGH’s common room, where all people are equal in sharing a common humanity,” said Rev. John W. Polk, MDiv, BCC, director of the Chaplaincy Department. “To those seeking peace, quite, relief, solace, hope...

Read more »

Mayor’s Annual Garden Contest Deadline is July 8

Mayor Martin J. Walsh is alerting Boston’s green thumbs that they have until Friday, July 8, to register for Mayor Walsh’s 2016 Garden Contest presented by the Boston Parks and Recreation Department with a grand prize provided by JetBlue. Now in its 20th year, the contest recognizes gardeners who have landscaped, planted flowers, trees,...

Read more »

Full Print Edition