Suffolk Superior Court Clerk for Civil Business Michael J. Donovan, a lifelong South Boston resident, is the latest elected official to throw his support behind Ed Flynn’s bid to be the next City Councilor for District 2. “Ed is a hard worker and really understands the issues that impact quality of life in the community.  […]

Make It Your Moment: One Boston Day

By Mayor Martin J. Walsh   The Boston Marathon showcases the best of Boston. People from all backgrounds and all neighborhoods line the streets and celebrate one another and our city. Runners are cheered on by complete strangers, because everyone is in it together. And even when the finish line is nowhere in sight, we […]

The New ‘Our Lady of Good Voyage Chapel’ to Open this Month

  With Easter fast approaching; Easter being the Holiest time on the Christian calendar, good news for the Boston area faithful comes along with it. It does the hearts of many good to know that the new Our Lady of Good Voyage Chapel is scheduled to be opened this month.  If all goes as planned, […]


State Representative Nick Collins recently voted with his colleagues in the House of Representatives to pass legislation that authorizes $200 million for Chapter 90 funding to help Boston and other municipalities complete road, bridge, and infrastructure improvement projects. As part of an annual reimbursement program, these dollars help mitigate the costs of repairs for cities […]

Bostonians Are Always There In Time Of Need.

From Fallen Heroes to Special Needs Kids, Bostonians of all stripes are always there in time of need. This is nothing new. This is what makes its people special. But if you watch the national media, or listen to so called academic experts, you’ll repeatedly hear it said, “That the American people are divided, nobody cares […]

Lynch Calls for Bipartisan Oversight Investigation on Russia

Congressman Stephen F. Lynch (D-Boston), the Ranking Member of the National Security subcommittee, sent a letter to Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz calling for the committee to reassert its jurisdiction and begin a bipartisan investigation to examine reports that Russia engaged in cyberespionage to interfere with the 2016 United States presidential election. […]

Brian Wallace Lands Major Book Contract

Steve Ross is a remarkable man. His entire family was killed by the Nazi’s in 1939 when they invaded Lodz, Poland. Steve was eight years old. He managed to escape to the woods where he hid from the Nazi patrols twice a day for six months in the harsh winter months. He survived on berries, […]


Boston City Councilor At-Large Michael Flaherty has officially endorsed his longtime friend and colleague Edward M. Flynn in the race for the District 2 city council seat, citing Flynn’s lifelong community ties, experience in addressing important neighborhood issues and commitment to improving the city for all. “I grew up with Ed. I played youth sports […]

A Call To Hashtags!

When a South Boston neighbor has an opportunity, and is a deserving candidate for advancement, we always step up. Well, now is a good time. Cam Askew of South Boston has proven himself both on and off of the ice. In the hope of playing in the NHL, Cam is honing his skills in the […]

April Means Street Sweeping, Tickets and Tows

  If you live in Boston, April 1st means that winter is over. It’s also more than just a day to play pranks on our family and friends. Because along with the ‘1st’ being April Fool’s Day, it also signals the beginning of street sweeping and that ever-looming potential for a costly ticket and even […]