• Halloween Oct 15, 2020

    Boston to Hold Free Drive-In Movie Series Next Week, Featuring Scary Flicks

    With Halloween approaching, Boston residents can get in the spirit with a series of free drive-in, Halloween-themed movies in the parking lot of the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. The series will include double-feature showings as well as a special matinee showing. The series, free to attend for Boston residents, will kick off Oct. 22 with the films “Halloweentown” and…

  • BOSTON Aug 20, 2019

    Over 2,000 Complaints Made About Boston Common Safety: Report

    More than 2,000 complaints have reportedly been made in regard to the Boston Common as residents worry about their wellbeing at the park. Complaints of substance use, harassment and a high homeless population are common concerns reported to the city’s 311 hotline, according to the Boston Herald. Other people at a town hall on Monday also agreed that safety is...

  • BOSTON Apr 18, 2019

    BNBL Registration Is Now Open

    50 seasons of Boston Neighborhood Basketball League The Boston Parks and Recreation Department has announced that registration is now open for the 50th annual season of Boston’s favorite summer basketball league, the Boston Neighborhood Basketball League, kicking off on Monday, July 8. BNBL is the oldest municipal basketball league in the country serving young men and women in three divisions…

  • Representative Jul 9, 2018

    Happening in Southie: Week of July 9th

    Be informed. Get involved. The Ward 6&7 Democratic Committees will host a State Representative forum on Tuesday, July 10th from 6:30pm-7:30pm. Candidates Matt Rusteika and David Biele will be on hand to discuss local issues. This event takes place at the Curley Rec. Center. All are encouraged to attend. Neighborhood nights! The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is opening its...

  • BOSTON Nov 14, 2017

    Unseasonably Frigid Temperatures Cause Drinking Fountains to Burst in Boston

    Unseasonable freezing temperatures over the weekend caused water fountains to burst in Boston, resulting in a steady stream of water in parks and playgrounds, as well as complaints to the city.

  • United States Oct 26, 2017

    Unanchored Soccer Goals Pose a Dangerous Threat to Children

    The death of a boy killed in New York after a soccer goal fell on top of him last month is renewing the call for tougher safety regulations.

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