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New Rangers

Photo by Steve Kruszkowski
The Boston Park Rangers welcomed a new class of seasonal Rangers with a ceremony held at Franklin Park on May 15 within proper social distancing guidelines.   This year’s class includes Brighton residents Tyler Bowman, Alexander Hartgrove, and Michael Materia, Dorchester residents MIchael McRae and Randall Pinkham, Jamaica Plain residents Eli King and Emily Wright, and Connor Decarlo of South Boston. The new seasonal Boston Park Rangers receive their certificates presented by Boston Parks Commissioner Ryan Woods and Chief Boston Park Ranger Gene Survillo in a properly socially-distanced ceremony in Franklin Park on May 15.  

Obituaries 05-22-2020

Carol Ann SenterLoving daughter, sister, aunt and great aunt Carol Ann Senter passed away at the age of 70 on May 3.  Carol was born in Quincy, the daughter of Shirley A. Senter and the late Arthur I. Senter.  She…

Letters to the Editor 5-22-2020

On Forest Hill Cemetery Dear Editor,   I thought it was only me who was shocked, disappointed and frankly more than a bit miffed by what seemed to me a little mean-spirited of  Forest Hills Cemetery’s all-of-a-sudden squishing visiting hours…

Upcoming Meetings in Jamaica Plain

The next Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Council (JPNC) meeting will be on Tuesday, May 26, at 7 p.m. and will be held as a virtual meeting and will utilize Zoom. On the agenda will be a update from City Councillor Matt O’Malley and updates from the committees. All…

A prescription for a faster, fairer recovery

By Sen. Sonia Chang-Diaz On the night of May 1, reports emerged from the Bristol County jail that an incident involving coronavirus testing had turned violent. Guards had allegedly used pepper spray and K9 dogs against detainees in ICE custody, three of whom ended up in…