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Official account of the Dorchester Reporter and , the leading news source for Boston's largest neighborhood, founded 1983.
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Dorchester Reporter 10h
This week's Reporter page one: Civic leaders briefed by pot regulators, US Rep. Pressley marks swearing-in at home, revamped Marshall Center re-opens, book examines Native American tribe that inhabited modern-day Massachusetts
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Dorchester Reporter 11h
New in the Reporter: Excerpt from a new book by Ed Quill, who examines the Massachuseuck, the Native American tribe from which our state took its name. Image: a mural in by imagines life before European colonists arrived
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Dorchester Reporter Jan 17
News editor Jennifer Smith joined BNN-TV's Chris Lovett of the Neighborhood Network News for a review of headlines in
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Dorchester Reporter Jan 17
Civic association leaders in huddled with state and city officials in charge of cannabis control at the Strand Theatre on Monday for a discussion of how pot shops will be sited, regulated in the city
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Codman Square Health Center Jan 17
The Dorchester Winter Farmers Market kicks off next Saturday, Jan. 26th at 10am! Join us in the Great Hall on 6 Norfolk Street!
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BostonPublicSchools Jan 17
TONIGHT: and media partner are hosting the 37th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration at The Strand Theater in Dorchester at 6:30 PM. 15 student groups honor the civil rights icon's legacy with song, dance, and more. Join us!
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Dorchester Reporter Jan 16
Editorial: Walsh's gets it right in State of the City address. Boston is strong, but worsening federal crisis could upend progress. Photo by
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Dorchester Reporter Jan 16
Conan Harris, husband of Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley, has left the Walsh administration and set up his own consultancy firm. This week, Harris (pictured at right) has joined College Bound Dorchester as an interim senior VP.
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Dorchester Reporter Jan 14
Coming up on Monday at ⁦⁩ in
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Dorchester Reporter Jan 12
At 20 year mark, leaders reflect own then school's impact on , its remarkable academic record and new growth via
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Dorchester Reporter Jan 11
District 5 City Councillor Tim McCarthy says he is leaving the office after this term, just weeks after saying that he would make a final run. "I feel that it is time for me to make a change, and to move on to my next adventure, whatever that might be."
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Dorchester Reporter Jan 11
A man was struck by a Red Line train on the northbound side of Fields Corner station this morning. He was conscious and alert, taken to a local hospital, extent of his injuries are unknown at this time, per MBTA police. Service was disrupted for @ 25-30 minutes, but has resumed.
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Dorchester Reporter Jan 10
Roslindale contractor is llow-bidder for state project to improve dangerous Morton-Gallivan intersection
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Dorchester Reporter Jan 10
On Dorchester Avenue, the Trademark 2.0 building is stirring to life with new residents and American Provisions store set to open next month
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Dorchester Reporter Jan 9
These National Park Service-sponsored events at the Adams Street BPL in have been cancelled due to the government shutdown.
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Bill Forry Jan 7
Good sign in Ashmont: American Provisions on track to open in Treadmark 2.0 building next month. More in this week’s Reporter
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Dorchester Reporter Jan 5
The Art Project will present “Priority Made,” a nationally curated postal sticker show that will kick off with an opening reception on Sat., Jan. 5, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
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Dorchester Reporter Jan 4
City of program connects seniors with low-cost heating improvements
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Dorchester Reporter Jan 3
Jazz quintet led by sax player Jerry Bergonzi set to play 's Peabody Hall next Thursday— Jan. 10
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Dorchester Reporter Jan 3
Today's Reporter page one— finds temporary home in Fields Corner, a look back at '18 informs new year expectations, draft Ashmont-Mattapan trolley study, Fr. Doc Conway profile, Warren launches prez bid committee More:
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