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Boston Mayor Thomas Menino says the drug problem in Boston isn't at a crisis level, but look at the statistics.
Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino says he's against a Wal-Mart grocery store opening near Roxbury's Dudley Square. How could he be?
Running in the red with $8-billion in outstanding debt, things can only get worse for the MBTA.
West Roxbury became appealing to more “minorities” during the decade, with the number of people identifying themselves as “white, non-Hispanic” dropping more than 7 percent, according to census data.
Opinion, Police & Fire
When it comes to crime and personal safety, what we perceive to be true differs from the reality. But, really, does it even matter?
Mayor Menino has picked Back Bay resident Peter Meade as the new director of the Boston Redevelopment Authority. This is not a bold or inspiring choice by the mayor.
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