Here are details about the 11th Annual Walk for Recovery on Saturday, September 13, as sponsored by the Allston-Brighton Substance Abuse Task Force, Boston College, and MOAR (MA Organization for Addiction Recovery In recognition of September being National Recovery Month.
The Allston-Brighton CDC is hosting a community forum on Saturday, September 13, 10:00-2:00 to discuss the impact of student housing on residential neighborhoods. The event is being held at Boston Green Academy/Another Course to College, 20 Warren Street, Brighton. Here is the flyer for the Community Dialogue with details and the agenda.
Athena Health is offering grants for local health care improvements.
I attended the inauguration of Boston’s new mayor Marty Walsh today and very much appreciated his focus on the issue of violence in the city. I look forward to supporting his efforts to bring peace to our neighborhoods. You may read his Inaugural Address here. His press release appears below. ——————————— Mayor Martin J. Walsh Sworn in as 54th Mayor of the City […]
We share this press release from the City of Boston about activities you can participate in during the holiday season to support neighborhood businesses throughout the city. Here is the link to the full Winter Brochure. *********************** Mayor Menino Kicks Off Holiday Season with New Shopping Program, Decorating Contests, Holiday Parking Incentives Holidays on Main Streets […]
Congratulations to Marty Walsh and to John Connolly for running honorable campaigns for a big job. They are both special people who care deeply about the city and who care enough to give their all for the opportunity to serve the city. Special congratulations to Marty for winning. I was neutral in the race and have great respect for both […]