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Chinatown Group Alleges Voter Intimidation In District 2 Race

Armed with affidavits from several residents of apartment buildings, housing mostly the elderly, in the Chinatown Section of Boston, which is part of the District 2 City Council seat, the Chinese Progressive Association claims evidence of voting … [Read More...]

Thomas J. Butler Freight Corridor & Memorial Park

Governor Charlie Baker, Mayor Marty Walsh and local elected officials today joined Massport and the family of the late Thomas J. Butler, former Director of External Affairs at Massport and true son of South Boston, to celebrate the opening of the … [Read More...]

Ed Flynn Humbly Asks For Your Vote

As this election approaches its conclusion this upcoming Tuesday, November 7th, I would like to extend my best wishes to my neighbors and thank you for the hospitality that you have extended to me, my family, and my supporters as we knocked on … [Read More...]

Featured Articles

It’s All About Weight, Length & Volume for St Peter Academy K1 Students

                  Ms. Sawyer’s four year old K1 students have been learning about weight length and volume.  Three action stations were set up to deepen their understanding of these concepts. While working on the materials at each station, students were encouraged to use the academic language they have learned to describe the relationship between objects. (The scissors are heavier than the eraser, 7 cubes are the same length … [Read More...]

Featured Sports

12th Annual Marian Manor Classic Golf Tournament May 9th

It seems like it took forever to get here but Spring is well upon us finally. With the arrival of spring, golfers; both the fanatical and the casual fans thoughts turn to well, golf – of course. One of the most anticipated golf tournaments in the area is the annual Marian Manor Classic Golf Tournament which will be held this year on Tuesday, May 9th. This year will be the 12th annual event and the previous eleven were not only big and successful but they were sellouts. It will once again be … [Read More...]

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Around Town

ABC’s at St. Peter Academy

It is never too early to begin teaching literacy skills. That is the philosophy at St. Peter Academy where one of our toddlers recently announced to her family, “I’m a reader!” While she might not actually be able to “read” all of the words in the book, she and her classmates have developed letter … [Read More...]

Best Sleepover Ever at St Peter Academy!

On March 23, 2017, the students of St. Peter Academy in grades 2-8 gathered in the main lobby of the school anxiously waiting to start the long awaited overnight field trip to the Museum of Science. As we arrived to the Museum of Science you could feel the energy rise as the students became even … [Read More...]

South Boston WWI Heroes To Be Honored April 29th

  As most know by now, it has been 100 years ago this month that the United States entered World War One. There are ceremonies ongoing nationwide marking the historical conflict that was at the time called the ‘War to end all wars’. And never to be out done by the rest of the country, South … [Read More...]


  State Representative Nick Collins plans to host a Park Serve day on Saturday April 29th at Farragut Park from 9am to 12pm. The annual event is sponsored in partnership with the Department of Conservation and Recreation.   Many groups have already signed up to participate, … [Read More...]