Marty Walsh's competitor four years ago now says Walsh deserves another four years.
It’s hard work moving our schools forward, and I know he is committed to doing the necessary, critical work to create opportunities for all children in Boston.Together, we’re making great strides towards becoming an even better place to live. That is why I am proud to endorse Mayor Walsh for a second term. No one has fought harder to create a better tomorrow for all of us.
The Herald reports Walsh has canceled a "volunteer day" for City Hall workers to go out and knock on doors in Mattapan and remind people to vote next month.
The “connect-the-knocks” project - similar to door-to-door political canvassing of voters - amounted to what would have been a taxpayer-funded effort to promote Mayor Martin J. Walsh and his administration in the waning days of his re- election bid.
At-large Councilor Annissa Essaibi-George isn't going to let a bunch of Satanists push her around. The Satanists are threatening to sue the city, because they say it's unfair for the City Council to not let them give a pre-meeting benediction like all the priests and ministers and the occasional rabbis and imams councilors invited for the honor. Councilors say it's not their fault none of them feel like inviting a devil worshiper; Essaibi-George says she'll be darned if she'll let the Satanists tell her who she can invite to give a benediction.
District 1 (North End, Charlestown, East Boston) candidate Stephen Passacantilli says the Charlestown One proposal to replace the Bunker Hill project is just too big, the Charlestown Patriot-Bridge reports.