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Body Cameras On Boston Police

With no police officer volunteers coming forward, Mayor Martin Walsh and Commissioner William Evans notified 100 officers on Wednesday that they have been selected to participate in the city’s body camera pilot program, after a delay in initiating … [Read More...]

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Window Into The State House Window Into The State House provides our readers a synopsis of important issues of interest, past and current, that are being proposed, debated or acted upon by the Massachusetts Legislature. Many issues that are not … [Read More...]

McCormack Housing To Get Security Upgrades

In the aftermath of the shooting Monday night on Gavin Way in the Mary Ellen McCormack Housing Development, leaving a 15-year-old boy critically wounded and area families on edge, residents should expect continued serious security upgrades. When … [Read More...]

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Irish Themed Paintings by Dan McCole

  Well known and very talented South Boston artist Dan McCole is showcasing his Irish themed paintings for the St. Patrick’s Day holiday. South Boston Today is proud to display such fine works of art for our readers. No matter what the season or occasion, Dan McCole creates art that just can’t help put all those who view his work in the spirit and bring smiles so many faces. Each day from now through Sunday, March 20 ... with the help of Dan’s meager internet skills (please … [Read More...]

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American Woman Kim Rhode Ties Olympic Medal Win Record

Michael Phelps is amazing, but he wasn’t the only one making history at this year’s Summer Olympics in Brazil. Kim Rhodes, an American woman from California has tied the all-time record for winning a medal in six consecutive Olympics. Rhodes doesn’t swim laps in a pool, sprint by the competition in the track and field events or propel herself from bar to bar in the gymnastic contests. Kim Rhodes touts a shotgun and has been impressing Olympic judges in the Skeet Shooting competition since … [Read More...]

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Healthcare Workers, SB Community Health Center Team Up

Healthcare workers at South Boston Community Health Center have reached an agreement with health center leaders to accelerate the timeline for workers to earn a living wage. Health center leaders and healthcare workers from 1199SEIU previously agreed to a two-year contract in 2014, but announced a … [Read More...]


BCYF Jamming Beach Party

On Thursday, August 11th, Family Friendly “M” Street Beach was jamming to the tunes of many local teen artists thanks to the BCYF Curley & Condon Community Centers with MusicBall. This is the 5th annual Beach Jam and it keeps getting bigger each year. The rocking beach party brought out … [Read More...]

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Tynan Fun in the Sun Wiffleball Classic

On a warm, sunny day in South Boston, the campers at the local Tynan Fun in the Sun program used the heat to their own advantage. They originally planned to play a quick four –on-four game, but once one of them realized they had a rope in their backpack, they thought it would be a great way to … [Read More...]

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Local Youth Win Fishing Tournament

12 charter boats and 50 teens caught striped bass to 39 inches, bluefish to 15lbs and big black sea bass and scup in the 6th Annual Fan Pier Youth Fishing Tournament to benefit Save the Harbor/ Save the Bay on August 11th. This year’s tournament raised more than $10,000 to support Save the … [Read More...]