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Public Trees To Be Protected Here As of March 28 But What’s Next for the Majority of Trees—Those That Grow on Private Land?

​Permission of the Parks and Recreation Department, through a Tree Warden, will soon be required for anyone—including city officials themselves—to have healthy trees removed from City of Boston property. Getting that permission will require a well-publicized public hearing.               ​…

Tuesday is the Presidential Primary Election

This Tuesday, March 5, is the quadrennial Presidential Primary Election Day when Democrats and Republicans (as well as the members of the Libertarian Party) will have an opportunity to choose their candidates for President. In addition, although those who are…

Thank You, Maura Sweeney Doyle

We wish to take a moment to offer our sincere thanks to Maura Sweeney Doyle, a native of Winthrop, who announced last week that she will not be seeking re-election to the office of Clerk of the Supreme Judicial Court…

CAMH Contemplates Project on Burney Street

By Michael Coughlin Jr. In its first meeting of 2024 on January 17th, the Community Alliance of Mission Hill (CAMH) heard about and discussed the first presentation for a project at 8 Burney Street, which involves demolishing an existing building.…