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By adamg - 10/22/21 - 4:57 pm
Fire at 1875 Dorchester Ave.

Boston firefighters responded around 4:40 p.m. to the BHA's six-story Peabody/Englewood building, 1875 Dorchester Ave., for a two-alarm fire that started when a car in the residential building's garage burst into flames. One resident was injured. Read more.

By OriginallyFromDotParker - 4/1/19 - 5:25 pm

Erin Osmon writes some, uh, interesting things about how women were portrayed in New Kids on The Block Lyrics, for The Muse (Jezebel):

By OriginallyFromDotParker - 3/21/19 - 9:05 pm

The Boston Globe's Annika Hom talks with Leemarie Mosca, the new president and executive director of Rosie's Place Mosca serves as "the organization's fifth president" and is "responsible for overseeing organizational affairs, community engagement, and 123 staff members."

By Moe_Love - 12/31/13 - 1:03 am

Here it is. To put to rest the lies by Doug the Bug.

By kecahill - 10/18/13 - 11:40 am

Boston - Seyfarth Shaw and Brown Brothers Harriman (BBH) today announced their partnership in hosting a free legal services fair for the Dorchester/Roxbury community. The fair will be held at the Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps and Community Center on Tuesday, October 22, 2013 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.

By adamg - 5/30/13 - 2:43 pm

Menino receives degree. Don Harney for City of Boston.Menino receives degree. Don Harney for City of Boston.

Awarded honorary doctor of laws degree at Harvard today.

By adamg - 1/13/11 - 9:37 am

Bill Walczak, currently CEO at the Codman Square Health Center, will become president at Carney Hospital, the health center reports.

Walczak co-founded the health center in 1974. Sandra Cotterell, chief operating officer at Codman, will become the center's CEO.

By JohnAKeith - 6/14/10 - 12:04 am

News by neighborhood being discussed on Universal Hub, this past week.


By presspass - 11/6/09 - 4:18 pm


Malalai Joya, now 31, was the youngest ever woman elected to the Afghan Parliament in 2005 and is an outspoken critic of the Karzai government and NATO occupation. Press Pass TV caught up with Joya and supporters at an event hosted in Dorchester by Dorchester People for Peace and United for Justice with Peace

By presspass - 9/9/09 - 10:16 am


Press Pass TV does a special report about a blind Roxbury mother of 6's battle for fair and safe housing. After being repeatedly robbed, the Boston Police simply started ignoring her calls as her situation worsened. It was a City Councilor and his administration coming to her help that changed her life around.

By presspass - 9/9/09 - 10:13 am


Press Pass TV looks at how gentrification is affecting Boston and how value is established.

By presspass - 9/9/09 - 10:10 am

Press Pass TV examines the meaning of the word "ghetto" and its current uses.


By Project Bread - 6/10/09 - 12:39 pm

Nearly $200,000 in statewide grants help families cope with the economic crisis

By Neal - 12/31/08 - 11:15 am

The house where Dan Yakovleff was murdered is on fire right now. 3 Alarm Fire Rages in Savin Hill. According to The Dorchester Reporter, suspect Steven Odegard no longer lives there.

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