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RE-Zoning Meetings Continue. Attendance Dropped Off.

Despite publicized notice, the attendance at Tuesday night’s BRA presentation and focus group sessions at the Condon School regarding the rezoning of South Boston Proper was much less than the first meeting at the Tynan and surprisingly less than … [Read More...]


Hillary VS. The Donald – A Match Made In ?

It appears that he 2016 general election has all but begun. The two presidential front-runners celebrated a Tuesday night victory, each with major wins in East Coast primaries and getting closer towards their party's nominations. And in victory … [Read More...]


Where to Use and Not Use Your Barbecue Grill

Everyone knows that we are well into spring and will soon be deep into the summer season and the usual summertime activities are going strong. One of the greatest pleasures in the warm months is of course the fine art of grilling or barbecuing. South … [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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Tynan Wiffleball –   1st Annual Tynan Wiffleball Tournament and Cookout: Talent on Display

Last Thursday, the Boston Center for Youth and Families (BCYF), Tynan held its first annual wiffleball tournament at the Tynan School. It was the peak of the April School vacation and John Lydon and the great staff at the Tynan made sure it went off with a bang. Eight talented teams; three players per team ranging in age from 12 -16 years old went head to head in a battle that thrilled the crowd of spectators on hand. The weather cooperated with sunny skies and warm temperatures; a perfect … [Read More...]

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St Peter Academy – Where Learning Happens 12 Months A Year

Open House Wednesday May 4 9-11 AM & 5-7 PM Would you like to see learning happening? Visit our school at 371 West Fourth Street and you will see students personally invested in their education and teachers creating meaningful interactions that empower students to think critically and … [Read More...]

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St. Peter Academy At A Glance

Serving students from Early Childhood 18 months old through Eighth Grade Early Childhood Classrooms – Two Teacher Co-Teaching Model and Opening the World of Learning and Eureka Math, Two Nationally Recognized Literacy, Math, Social Studies, Social Emotional Curricula, as well as Technology and … [Read More...]


The Senior Connection

by Lu O'Brien Spring is definitely in the air (or is it?). The town is looking grass...clean streets and clean sidewalks. More people going out for a walk or walking their dog. The weather is getting warmer. If you would like to apply for food stamps, Lorna Heron our … [Read More...]



Mayor Martin J. Walsh and Boston Parks Commissioner Chris Cook welcome Boston’s most popular waterfowl back during the 28th Annual Return of the Swans event on Tuesday, May 3.  The celebration in the Public Garden begins with entertainment at 11 a.m. “I'm excited to announce the return of … [Read More...]