Editor Becca Manning firstname.lastname@example.org
The Attorney General could not offer a timeline on the review's completion.
Site produced through a collaboration between MGH, the Red Sox Foundation and the Broadband Institute, among others.
The Boston City Council approved the school committee plan that would expand student's access to high-performing schools, but also results in the loss of a Mission Hill k-8 neighborhood school.
O'Flaherty, Clark and Coakley aim to blunt the impact of SJC's ruling.
Government, Police & Fire
In order to test sensors that detect biological agents that terror groups could release into subway systems, Homeland Security and the T plan to release dead bacteria at three Red Line stops during off-hours.
The council also talked about the gap between the diversity of Boston Public Schools' staff and students. Further, it approved $1 million for public parks during the May 16 regular meeting.
The Boston Cyclists Union notes an interesting part of last week's presentation.
District changes have no impact on Charlestown.
Indian claim stirs outrage among some Patch readers against US Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren.
Boston Transportation Commissioner Thomas J. Tinlin and consultants from Tetra Tech presented the plan to the community last night.
Advertise on Patch and reach potential customers in your backyard and beyond. Click here for more information.
Learn more »
If you want to help local causes, or your cause needs local help, your next click should be right here.
Learn more »
Enter your tip here and it will be sent straight to
Jonathan Pickering, Chris Helms, Andrew Jeromski, Local Editor David Ertischek, Editor Cate Lecuyer, Charlestown Patch, and Becca Manning,
Charlestown Patch's (incredibly grateful)
Charlestown news, events, and deals sent to you daily and breaking news as it happens.
See more options
You’re now signed up!