Category: Opinion

Be Sure to Thank Our Veterans

It was 101 years ago on November 11, 1918, that World War I formally came to a conclusion on the 11th hour, of the 11th day, of the 11th month. Americans observed the first anniversary of the end of the…

Letters

Keep the Trees in Mind Dear Mr Baron, chair JPNC Zoning Committee: I want to share with you some of my “takeaway” from the JPNC Zoning Committee meeting last held at Farnsworth House, especially as pertains to the proposal for…

Op-Ed: I Support Ed Markey for Senate

Recently my friend (and my City Councilor), Matt O’Malley penned a few words in the Gazette with respect to Joe Kennedy’s candidacy for the U.S. Senate.  Perhaps for the first time since Matt took office, I will respectfully disagree with…

Op-Ed: Save Doyle’s

By Mary Battenfeld, Jacob Bor, Ed Burley, Ziba Cranmer, Melissa Hamel, Allan Ihrer, Kris Johnson, Mara Voukydis, Terry Mason, and Beth Meltzer “Save Doyle’s”?  What does that mean?  The beloved tavern closed its doors over one week ago, and the building’s…

Letters to the Editor

No Need to Change What Isn’t Broken Dear Editor: In 2019, the Costume Industry proposed National Trick-or-treat day on the last Saturday of October but still have Halloween on October 31. Worcester also proposed this. I personally don’t agree with…

Take a Hike This Holiday Weekend

With all of the turmoil that is occurring both in our country and across the world today, it is no wonder that Americans are feeling more stressed out than at any time in our recent history. Although the economy has…

Letters

Implementation of Policies Regarding Immigrants is Important Congressman Stephen Lynch Washington DC 20515 Dear Congressman Lynch: At your August 22 Town Hall in Braintree, you gave a brief report of your trip to visit immigrant camps on both the Texas…