Local Connections, Journeys
The director of the Women's Lunch Place not only makes sure more than 150 homeless women a day are fed and taken care of, but just oversaw a major renovation that brought dignity and respect to the day shelter.
Police & Fire
The man a Boston police officer shot and killed Tuesday was inside the house on Canterbury St. in Roslindale when four people were shot outside early Sunday morning on Aug. 12.
Saturday hours return to neighborhood branches on Sept. 8 and Sunday hours return to the central branch in Copley Square on Oct. 14.
With 20 percent of city service requests coming from residents' smart phones, the mobile app is changing the way residents communicate with local government.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has made Wiconsin Representative Paul Ryan his vice presidential choice.
West Nile Virus was also found in Jamaica Plain, West Roxbury and other Boston communities this summer. Protect yourself!
News, Restaurant Reviews
Boston Restaurant Week is back for the summer, and runs from Aug. 19-24 and Aug. 26-31.
It will have a thinner, larger screen? It will cost $800? What are the latest rumors you've heard?
The Neighborhood Files, Summer
The 'Circle the City' series of summer street closures concludes Sunday, turning parts of State, Congress and the surface road along the Greenway into traffic-free pedestrian and bike havens.
Dive teams have been cancelled and the body has not been identified yet.
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