4 assaults near Berklee College of Music under investigation

CBS Boston (News) 9/24 3:14A WBZ-News Staff
BOSTON Police are investigating after four people were assaulted in three incidents near Berklee College on Saturday. One person said they were assaulted around 5:45 p.m. in the area of Boylston and Hemenway streets. Berklee College Police said...

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The Back Bay Sun 9/20 10:32P The Boston Sun Staff
Fun with Sherry Eskin this Summer at South End Library Park The Boston Public Library presents Fun with Sherry Eskin on Thursdays, Sept. 21 and 28, at 10:30 a.m. at the South End Library Park, 685 Tremont St. ?Children ages 6 months and up and...

Wu, Boston EMS Celebrate New EMTs, Promotions and Cadet Program

The Back Bay Sun 9/20 10:10P The Boston Sun Staff
Special to the Sun Mayor Michelle Wu, along with Boston Public Health Commission Executive Director Dr. Bisola Ojikutu and Boston Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Chief James Hooley, celebrated the graduation of 15 Emergency Medical Technician...

Esplanade Association Named Official Charity of 128th Boston Marathon

The Back Bay Sun 9/20 10:09P The Boston Sun Staff
Special to the Sun The Esplanade Association ( has been selected to be a part of the 2024 Bank of America Boston Marathon Official Charity Program. Fifteen runners will have the opportunity to support the Esplanade Association’s work...

Child Fountain Restoration Project Now Underway in Public Garden

The Back Bay Sun 9/20 10:09P The Boston Sun Staff
Conceived as one of three transformational projects initiated during the Friends of the Public Garden’s 50th anniversary year in 2020, the Child Fountain Restoration Project – and accompanying landscape enhancements at the park’s Arlington Street...

Changes to Marketing and Leasing Processes for IDP Housing Units

The Back Bay Sun 9/20 10:08P The Boston Sun Staff
Special to the Sun The City of Boston announced a series of changes aimed at simplifying and adding transparency to the process of marketing and leasing up income-restricted housing produced through the Inclusionary Development Policy (IDP)...

Fiesta En La Plaza Opening Full of Rhythm and Latinx Talent

The Back Bay Sun 9/20 10:08P The Boston Sun Staff
Special to the Sun Fiesta en la Plaza, the series of events to celebrate Latinx Heritage Month in Boston, kicked off last Sunday with a varied musical program that had the audience dancing to Boston s City Hall Plaza for hours. The Welcome Fiesta...

Llena De Color, Ritmo Y Talento Latino La Apertura De Fiesta En La Plaza

The Back Bay Sun 9/20 10:07P The Boston Sun Staff
Special to the Sun Fiesta en la Plaza, la serie de eventos para celebrar el Mes de la Herencia Latina en Boston, arrancó el pasado domingo con una variada programación musical que hizo bailar durante horas a la audiencia que acudió hasta el City...

Community Groups From Across State Form Plastic Free Mass

The Back Bay Sun 9/20 10:07P The Boston Sun Staff
Special to the Sun Over a dozen community and environmental groups have joined forces to form Plastic Free Mass, a new coalition dedicated to ending the use of polluting plastic. The group will push for new policies to protect our Commonwealth’s...

Chestnuts, Friends Over Fifty Opens Up Again for Fall

Beacon Hill Times 9/20 8:50P Beacon Hill Times Staff
Right to left are Chestnuts Friends Over Fifty board of directors members: Sally Harr, Wendy Oleksiak, Lisa Purcell, Martha McAllister, Monica Noether, Pat Carucci, and Beth Sanders. (Justine...

Appreciation: Remembering Stephen Score

Beacon Hill Times 9/20 8:49P Beacon Hill Times Staff
Special to the Times Stephen Score, 79, died on Saturday, Sept. 9, of sarcoma bone cancer. He was a husband, a father, and a mensch. He was an icon in the art and antiques trades, revered for his...

Boston Area Offers Wide Range of School Offerings for Kids of All Ages

Beacon Hill Times 9/20 8:48P Beacon Hill Times Staff
A new academic year is just getting underway, but it’s already time for parents and guardians to start thinking about options for next year, and with the Boston area’s wide range of top-notch independent, private, and parochial schools, kids of...

Beacon Hill Civic Association Community Corner

Beacon Hill Times 9/20 8:47P Beacon Hill Times Staff
The BHCA Fall HillFest is this Sunday, September 24th, 12-4pm, on the flat of Mt. Vernon Street. Parking will not be allowed between 9am and 5pm for the safety of our attendees. Thank you to our generous sponsors: Harpoon, Archer Roose, Charles...
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