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Our National Disgrace at the Border

Hundreds of migrant children have been transferred out of a filthy Border Patrol station in Texas where they had been detained for weeks without access to soap, clean clothes or adequate food, the authorities confirmed on Monday,  — The New…

Op-Ed : Criminal Justice Reform

By Nika Elugardo, State Rep. for the 15th Suffolk District In our district, many agree that structural inequities abound in our public institutions. One stark example: the criminal justice system. The belief that we must not only expose, but also…

BPDA Approves Burney Street Project

By John Lynds At its May meeting the Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA) approved the project to bring 24 new rental units to Burney Street. The four story building at 9-11 Burney St. is one of the first building…

Local Students Receives Scholarship

ACE Mentor Program of Greater Boston held its  annual networking event on Thursday, May 23, 2019 from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. at the Artists for Humanity EpiCenter in Boston. ACE is Boston’s leading, volunteer-based, non-profit mentoring organization for the education…

Local Students Receive Academic Achievements

Campbellsville University graduates record number of students in May  “Be kind and work hard, and I promise you amazing things will happen,” Ashli Schmidt Watts, senior vice president of public affairs for the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, told a record…