The Boston Public Schools’ School Quality Working Group will meet on Wednesday, July 10, 2013, at Winter Chambers on the first floor of 26 Court Street in Boston from 6:00 pm -8:00 pm. The new School Quality Working Group is co-chaired by Boston School Committee member Meg Campbell and Boston University School of Education Dean Dr. […]
Mayor Menino’s Office shared these highlights of summer events that are happening throughout the City: Boston Harborfest: July 2 – 7. Harborfest is a Fourth of July Festival that showcases the colonial and maritime heritage of the cradle of the American Revolution: the historic City of Boston. Over 200 Daily Events during the Festival are concentrated in Boston’s historic downtown and […]
March 5, 2013 Brona Simon, Executive Director & State Historic Preservation Officer Massachusetts Historical Commission 220 Morrissey Boulevard, Boston, Massachusetts 02125 Dear Ms. Simon: I am pleased to write in support of the application for a grant by the Massachusetts Preservation Projects Fund of the Massachusetts Historical Commission to the Church of the Covenant […]
by Megan Wood, Jeanne Mooney, and Anne Johnson Landry Last Friday, the Massachusetts Armenian community demonstrated the kind of resilience and courage that has inspired us to be “Boston Strong” in the wake of last week’s tragedies. The 98th anniversary Commemoration of the Armenian Genocide was to take place on Friday, April 19, at the […]
We have heard from many constituents who are seeking ways to support individuals and families of those who were lost or injured due to the attacks at the Boston Marathon. We encourage those interested in making a financial contribution to consider The One Fund Boston, which was created by Governor Deval Patrick, Mayor Thomas Menino, and the local business […]
State Treasurer Steve Grossman is making the annual push to distribute funds abandoned in financial institutions. You can check on the web to see whether the Treasurer has custody of funds in your name.