Editorials

Captain Lee Got the Job Done

October 11, 2013
By

District A-1 Commanding Officer Captain Thomas Lee did an outstanding job working closely with the residents of the North End/Waterfront community before he decided to take another position as Chief of the Portsmouth, Rhode Island Police Department. During his time in District A-1 the crime rate in the Beacon Hill neighborhood continuously decreased. His...

Read more »

Letters to the Editor

October 11, 2013
By

Reader pleads for owners to clean up after their dogs Dear Editor: Here we go again. It’s the dog poop issue. Every day as I stroll through Beacon Hill, there are poop bags or poop everywhere. All over Beacon Hill and in fact throughout the city are doggies, small, large, Shepherds, Cocker Spaniels, lots...

Read more »

Judge Russo to Be Honored by WEM

October 11, 2013
By

On Tuesday Oct. 8, at 7 p.m., the West End Museum,(WEM) located at 150 Staniford St., Suite 7, will host its new honoree for this year’s Italian Heritage Month: Judge Domenic J.F. Russo, the retired First Justice of the East Boston division of the District Court. Each year, the museum recognizes and honors current...

Read more »

Boston Election

October 1, 2013
By

First, we congratulate the two nominees for mayor, Councilor John Connolly and State Rep. Marty Walsh, who were chosen on Tuesday in the primary election as well as the eight nominees for City Council. The campaigning by all candidates in the coming weeks will increase and voters should ask these candidates not only about...

Read more »

Get out and Vote

September 24, 2013
By

Today, Tuesday, September 24, voters from across Boston will be going to the polls in a primary election to choose two candidates for mayor from a crowded field of 12 candidates. Ever since Mayor Thomas Menino announced in April that he would not be seeking re-election, these 12 candidates have been going out to...

Read more »

City Council Race

September 24, 2013
By

Although the fierce mayoral campaign has drawn most of the attention of  Boston voters and the media over the past four months, there also has been a very active City Council race. With more than 18 candidates vying for five at large city council seats, this election very likely will be decided by just...

Read more »

BLO at the Hatch Shell

August 27, 2013
By

The summer season is quickly winding down as Labor Day approaches. However, there are still many outdoor activities that are available. One that we would recommend is the Boston Landmarks Orchestra (BLO) performance this Wednesday night at the Hatch Shell. Attending last week’s performance of Kiss Me, Kate was a great way to spend...

Read more »

We Must Prepare for Rising Sea Levels

August 20, 2013
By

Benjamin Franklin coined the expression 200 years ago, “You should buy land because they are not making it anymore.”  Well, that may not be exactly true for the last 100 years,  as all the communities on the water have been reclaiming low-lying marsh land.  One just has to look at the the Back Bay,...

Read more »

August is Here

August 7, 2013
By

Yes, the days have become noticeably shorter and there has been a chill in the air at night. And when the calendar turns to August, as it has, it’s sort of a signal that the new school year is not that far away and soon another summer will be in the books. But the...

Read more »

There is a Boston City Council Race

August 7, 2013
By

While all the attention has been given to the Mayor of Boston race, let’s not forget there are Boston City Council at Large and District races as well. Surely, the race to become the City’s top politician deserves top billing but it is important to recognize there are many candidates seeking to serve on...

Read more »

Full Print Edition