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Report Finds MA Drivers Are Risk Taking Drivers

By Andy Metzger –State House News Massachusetts drivers are more likely to have sped on a highway recently or blown through a red traffic light than their peers around the country on average, according to a new AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety … [Read More...]

Marty Walsh

Olympics Hearing Draws Big Crowd And Mixed Emotions

With Mayor Marty Walsh and Rich Davey CEO of Olympics 2024 looking on, Councilor Bill Linehan and Representative Nick Collins opened the hearing on the Olympics 2024 proposal by encouraging the crowd of 500 or more residents and concerned citizens to … [Read More...]

State House

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 related to local city government … [Read More...]

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Bruins Offseason Hockey

Boston Bruins Continue Slide; Trade Rumors Abound

On the heels of losing 8 out of their last 10 games, Bruins GM Peter Chiarelli is feeling the heat to make personnel changes. Some say his job is on the line. As of yesterday, reports have been circulating of interest in Buffalo’s Chris Stewart. The discussions with the Sabres are apparently ongoing. Chiarelli has also spoken to the Columbus Blue Jackets about Cam Atkinson. It seems that the Blue Jackets are going to expect a lot in return. After a disastrous performance last week, it … [Read More...]

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St Peter Academy

St Peter Academy Students Learn Local History

Today, compliments of the the South Boston Historical Society, General Henry Knox, a Revolutionary War general, and John Rowe, a prominent colonial businessman, came to visit grades 3 to 6. They came to educate us on events that lead to the evacuation of Boston in 1776. We had a great assembly and … [Read More...]

South Boston Citizens’ Association Upcoming Athletic Events

South Boston Citizens' Association, President Tom McGrath is pleased to announce next week’s athletic events. On Monday, March 2nd, the Annual basket-ball free throw competition will take place at the Tynan Community School Gym at 6pm.Please register with Kathy Davis. On Friday Night March 6th, … [Read More...]

South Boston Branch Library Offers Spanish Classes

HOLA AMIGOS, South Boston Branch Library Friends, This free, hour long, six week program is for all ages and levels. Are you interested in learning the basics or brushing up on your Espanol? Bring your questions, desire to learn and Mr. Jose Aponte will assist you. Join us Thursday, March 26, … [Read More...]

South Boston Leadership Initiative

Leadership Initiative Announces Spring Programs

The South Boston Leadership Initiative is pleased to announce five new Spring Programs, with the first beginning on Monday March 2nd. Each program will last for a total of eight weeks. The programs are free and open to any South Boston resident or student, as long as that person fits the particular … [Read More...]