Author: Gazette Staff

Boston Pride announces new leadership opportunities

Boston Pride issued a Letter to Our Community today on the Boston Pride website www.bostonpride.org that provides information on the ongoing process of the transformation that the organization is undergoing.   According to the letter, “The unacceptable manner in which the Boston Pride board responded…

What’s Happening on Main Streets

By Ellen WalkerSpecial to the Gazette Mission Hill celebrated another great month by finding ways to involve our younger residents. The annual Halloween on the Hill took on a new format this year.  On Saturday, October 31st, John Jackson and…

COVID -19 vaccines questions and answers

By Brian Burns in Global Health, Medical Research Courtesy of Mass General Hospital Research Institute Several promising vaccines for the SARS-CoV-2 virus are now in development, and experts are optimistic that the first approved candidate could be made available by the end of…

Op-Ed: MBTA cuts impact on commuters

By the Public Transit Public Good Riders, Workers and Communities United for Transit Justice On December 2, 2020 we conducted a series IVR surveys of residents in communities served by the MBTA during afternoon and evening hours. 467 individual respondents…

Op-Ed: When does Christmas begin?

Dr. Glenn Mollette Christmas has different beginning times for most everyone. For some it’s when you put up the Christmas tree and decorations. For others it’s when you wrap some presents and put them under the tree.  While for others…

What’s Happening on Main Streets

By Ellen WalkerSpecial to the Gazette Mission Hill celebrated another great month by finding ways to engage our community – businesses, institutions, and residents. For younger people, the annual Halloween on the Hill celebration took on a new format this…