Maritime Industry Important To Boston’s Economy

Marketing brochures, real estate analysts, urban planners and developers are relentlessly touting to bankers and investors that Boston, its waterfront and in particular the greater South Boston neighborhood is the place to invest their money. Just last week, the Boston Globe spotlighted the use of the government’s EB-5 visa program, which grants a green card […]

12th Annual Marian Manor Classic Golf Tournament May 9th

It seems like it took forever to get here but Spring is well upon us finally. With the arrival of spring, golfers; both the fanatical and the casual fans thoughts turn to well, golf – of course. One of the most anticipated golf tournaments in the area is the annual Marian Manor Classic Golf Tournament […]

City Point Residents Are Not Happy

When the zoning changes in South Boston were vetted and codified in December 2016 by the City of Boston through a series of public meetings led by Mark McGonagle, community liaison for the Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA), the expectation was that “variance applications and public meetings would be a thing of the past” […]

Best Sleepover Ever at St Peter Academy!

On March 23, 2017, the students of St. Peter Academy in grades 2-8 gathered in the main lobby of the school anxiously waiting to start the long awaited overnight field trip to the Museum of Science. As we arrived to the Museum of Science you could feel the energy rise as the students became even […]

South Boston WWI Heroes To Be Honored April 29th

  As most know by now, it has been 100 years ago this month that the United States entered World War One. There are ceremonies ongoing nationwide marking the historical conflict that was at the time called the ‘War to end all wars’. And never to be out done by the rest of the country, […]

Easter a Season of Hope

Ray Flynn While in Providence, on Saturday, I was talking to a group of residents about the hey day of that city’s political history. I told them the story of how many Providence College students walked from the Catholic college to the downtown to hear U.S. Senator John F. Kennedy speak the day before he […]


  State Representative Nick Collins plans to host a Park Serve day on Saturday April 29th at Farragut Park from 9am to 12pm. The annual event is sponsored in partnership with the Department of Conservation and Recreation.   Many groups have already signed up to participate, including South Boston Little League, South Boston Pop Warner, […]

Editorial 2000 Years Later and Christians are Still Persecuted

  Easter is a time for renewal and rebirth. It celebrates the Resurrection of Jesus after the Crucifixion, where he was put to death for his teachings and his beliefs. More than two thousand years have passed and Christians are still being put to death for those same beliefs. This we witnessed in news accounts […]

Church Mass and Services Schedule For Easter

  St. George Albanian Orthodox Cathedral: Holy Wednesday: 7pm, Holy Thursday: 10am, 7pm, Holy Friday: Open 10: am on – Service at 7pm. Holy Saturday: 9:30pm, Easter Sunday: 11am   South Baptist Church: Easter Sunday: 10:30am   Gate of Heaven Church: Good Friday – April 14th Celebration of the Lord’s Passion with Holy Communion 3:00pm […]

Easter Tradition Continues – Sunrise Mass and Service at Castle Island Sunday 6:00 AM

  The arrival of Easter this Sunday brings with it one of the most beautiful traditions South Boston has to offer. The traditional Sunrise Mass at Castle Island will take place at 6:00 AM on the channel side of Fort Independence with the ocean as the setting, as the sun first peeks over the horizon […]