“The Sligos of the world might become history a lot quicker than people might think”
In the nationwide bipartisan blitz to privatize public housing, Boston’s giving billions worth of benefits to some of America’s largest developers, financiers, and property management firms. Politicians are applauding, but for many residents caught in the transition, their housing future is unclear
The City held a discussion of the Somerville Arts Space Risk Assessment
New COVID-19 variants inevitable until pharmas are stopped from privatizing public vaccine research and development
The gathering is being held by families at 168 Gove Street, in response to a luxury developer's plan to build condos.
The coalition will hold a rally and walking tour of four Union Square Somerville life science departments
Two days before New Year’s Eve, the company’s 12 staffers woke up unemployed. Still, in hope of reinventing their venture somewhere else, Andrew and Greta are taking everything with them
"What is really critical is that community members have a voice in shaping the direction of what gets developed in our underdeveloped areas of Somerville."
How Cambridge can put public need before private greed
A five-hour city council hearing can really get you thinking.
As I sat watching the latest chapter in the East Cambridge courthouse saga unfold at city hall on ...
“We will lose the connection, the tight community we have in our neighborhood,” she said of more transient renters. “We won’t get to know our neighbors.”