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Thank you, Trinity Financial

By Readers | Oct 12
I saw the front page news story on the Trinity Financial Open House celebration in last week's South End News.

Safety means community and police working together

By Readers | Jan 19
Lately there has been lots of news in our neighborhood about senseless violence and killings that are reportedly gang connected.

Location 101

By Readers | Dec 8
Recently, a press release from Boston Parks & Recreation and the Mayor's Office of Neighborhood Services inviting the public to a meeting about improvements to Ramsay Park located in the South End

Viva Puerto Rico! Viva America!

By Readers | Nov 23
As someone who hails from the South End/lower Roxbury neighborhood and grew up there in the 50s and 60s...

Issues Regarding the Leggat McCall Harrison Albany Project

Issues Regarding the Leggat McCall Harrison Albany Project

By Readers | Jul 7
Residents and advocates weigh in on how to get the Harrison-Albany project back on track

Extension of BRA Urban Renewal Plans: Council has no authority

By Shirley Kressel | Dec 5
Letter to: Mayor Martin J. Walsh Boston City Council Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development BRA

Following Alexander Hamilton's example during Pro Bono Week

By John Carroll | Oct 27
Pro bono representation is a desperately needed complement to the array of legal services provided by our state- and federally-funded network of civil legal aid organizations,

1000 Bulbs of Light in the South End

1000 Bulbs of Light in the South End

Oct 22
Over 200 young people from St. Stephen's Youth Programs and 40 AmeriCorps Massachusetts Promise Fellows came together to brighten up the South End and Lower Roxbury.

Obituary

Obituary

Oct 22
John Joseph McKenna, III

South End Halloween Happenings

South End Halloween Happenings

Oct 21
The South End is always a lively place, and even more so this Halloween.

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