National Take Back Days emphasize Safe Medication Collection and serve as a reminder to dispose of unwanted or expired medication. Properly disposing of medication helps keep it out of the hands of our youth while ensuring that its disposal is not harmful to the environment.
A press release from Mayor Walsh’s office announcing a comprehensive strategy to assist students moving into off-campus housing in Boston’s neighborhoods for the 2014-2015 academic year. Representatives from several City departments will conduct targeted housing inspections, trash inspections, and information drops, in student-heavy neighborhoods, from Friday, August 29, through Monday, September 1, 2014.
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.
We have heard from several Brighton residents that are concerned about the new street sweeping schedule for Commonwealth Avenue and surrounding streets. These changes are being implemented by the City of Boston Public Works Department. I received this explanation from Public Works regarding the new sweeping schedule: The Public Works Department has received numerous complaints […]