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High-Capacity Testing Site Opens at Bolling Building in Roxbury

The Back Bay Sun 1/19 4:49P Lauren Bennett
Mayor Michelle Wu held a press conference on Tuesday at the Bruce Bolling Building in Roxbury, the site of a new high-capacity COVID-19 testing site which also opened on the 18th. Before getting into specifics about the testing site, Wu reported...

Baker-Polito Administration Files $5 Billion General Government Bond Bill

The Back Bay Sun 1/19 4:48P The Boston Sun Staff
The Baker-Polito Administration filed legislation seeking $4.991 billion in capital funds to support core improvements that will enable the Commonwealth to continue delivering critical state services to the people of Massachusetts. The proposal,...

Baker Administration Announces New At-Home Testing Option for Schools

The Back Bay Sun 1/19 4:48P Lauren Bennett
The Baker administration on January 18 announced a new testing program that will become an option for school districts across the state. Baker said that more than 2000 Massachusetts schools have are “participating in at least one form of...

BPDA Approves Plans to Add Housing Above Abe & Louie’s

The Back Bay Sun 1/19 4:47P John Lynds
Last week the Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA) approved plans to add 9 units of housing and office space above Abe & Louie’s on Boylston Street. The project at 761-793 Boylston St. will add nine new units of housing and 26,634 square...

MBTA Launches New Online Youth Pass Application

The Back Bay Sun 1/19 4:46P The Boston Sun Staff
The MBTA announced the launch of the new digital Youth Pass application available online at mbta.com/youthpass/apply. “Providing young adults with more convenient access to this secure, easy-to-use application is another step in providing broader...

Proof of Vaccine Begins in Back Bay and Across the City for Indoor Venues

The Back Bay Sun 1/19 4:46P John Lynds
Indoor venues in the Back Bay like restaurants, bars and gyms began adjusting to Mayor Michelle Wu’s new mandate that requires workers and patrons at all indoor venues to show proof of vaccination in order to bend the curve of the latest COVID-19...

Exploring the Roots of the Boston Massacre

Beacon Hill Times 1/19 4:10P Suzanne Besser
Matthew Wilding of Boston’s Revolutionary Spaces will lead a virtual tour exploring the complicated history of the Boston Massacre at a program sponsored by the Beacon Hill Village on Monday, January 24, 2022. Entitled Massacre & Memory, the tour...
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