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Boston Police Dealing With Summertime Crime

  Two robberies that have local residents wary are under investigation by Boston Police. Back on June 22nd, a home on the 800 block of E. Fifth Street was robbed and semi-ransacked in the evening during the brief time that residents went out … [Read More...]

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REP. COLLINS PARTNERS WITH STATE TREASURY

  Rep. Nick Collins is working with State Treasurer Deb Goldberg to notify South Boston residents who have unclaimed property and assets. “We are excited to work with the legislature to reunite constituents with their unclaimed property,” … [Read More...]

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Alleged Serial Rapist Held Pending Dangerousness Hearing

An alleged serial rapist who eluded capture for nearly a decade has been ordered held without bail pending a dangerousness hearing next week, Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel F. Conley announced. Alejandro Done age 29 of the South End was … [Read More...]

Featured Articles

Windmill – Pizza-Pasta-Burgers-Dinners-Catering and More   

Centuries ago, windmills usually were used to mill grain. It also is often noted as the forerunner to today’s wind turbines. For Windmill Italian and American Kitchen it symbolizes the beginning of the food making process. Its menu is exceptional in its simplicity and is clear, crisp and straightforward – enough choices but not overwhelming. Gluten-free pizza is a specialty not only for its obvious customer but because it tastes terrific so that everyone should try it. Located in the … [Read More...]

Featured Sports

Red Sox Hope Young Pitchers Hold Up

At first look, Red Sox rookie lefthander Brian Johnson didn't have much control over the play that ruined his debut as reported from Houston by Jen McCaffrey. Johnson, tasked with a tough assignment of stopping one of the better teams in the league with a tired Red Sox squad behind him, worked through a few early jams, but had the game under control through four innings on Tuesday in Houston. After he'd retired eight straight, the lefthander allowed consecutive singles to start the fifth. A … [Read More...]

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State Police Presence Keeping Local Beaches Safe and Fun

By Jessica Grande When the weather heats up, especially on weekends, South Boston’s beaches fill up fast. The Lagoon/Pleasure Bay, with its constant high tides thanks to the locks on the causeway gets crowded. This is the place where so many local families gravitate too. Carson Beach at or … [Read More...]

Summer Parks Fitness Series Event August 3

The Boston Parks and Recreation Department and Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) celebrate the 2015 Boston Parks Summer Fitness Series sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield on Monday, August 3, from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Copley Square Park in the Back Bay. The three-month series brings free … [Read More...]

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Kids Day at the South Boston Farmers Market

446 West Broadway (in front of the municipal parking lot) on Monday August 3rd, 2015 The South Boston Neighborhood Development Corporation (SBNDC), the sponsor of the South Boston Farmers Market, will hold a Kids Day celebration at the market on August 3rd. The market will run as usual from 12 … [Read More...]

The Arts Affair at Marina Bay

  Join us as the Arts Affair at Marina Bay celebrates 20 years. Saturday, August 1, 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM, and Sunday, August 2, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM. Free admission and free parking, raffles, and art demonstrations throughout the weekend, rain or shine. One of the largest art events on the … [Read More...]