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Desperately Needed Housing

To the Editor, The Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Council would like to publicly state its objection to the lawsuit filed by Monty Gold against Pine Street Inn and The Community Builders for their proposed development at 3368 Washington Street. In the…

Annual Jamaica Plain Garden Tour Goes Virtual

The Trustees of Reservations (The Trustees) has announced the launch of its Third Annual Jamaica Plain Garden Tour now ongoing at thetrustees.org/jpgt. This event is a key fundraiser for The Trustees’ network of 56 Boston community gardens and parks, which…

News Briefs

Free Guided Walking Tours of Stony Brook/Brookside Neighborhood Two free Guided Walking Tours of Stony Brook/Brookside neighborhood will take place on Saturday, August 15 starting at 11:00am from in front of Stony Brook MBTA station on the Orange Line. One…

America Is Circling The Drain

On January 30 — what seems like a lifetime ago — the World Health Organization declared that COVID-19 was a world-wide pandemic. On that same fateful date, the United States’ Centers for Disease Control issued a press release that stated…

Car Repossessions Are on the Rise

Although most of the attention of the financial crisis brought about by the coronavirus pandemic has focused on the evictions and foreclosures facing millions of out-of-work Americans, the number of repossessions of motor vehicles because of loan defaults is starting…

Op-Ed: Every American Has Troubles

By Dr. Glenn Mollette  Everybody has troubles. If you don’t believe it then ask any American living in the year 2020. Most of us are accustomed to having troubles occasionally. Some have more than others. Some people think that “some…

Letters

Hyde Square Task Force: Please Don’t Betray the Community Dear Editor: I am writing as a community leader about your article in the July 24, edition, (“Hyde Square Task Force to sell Blessed Sacrament Church building”) When I moved in…