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20 affordable Condos Approved


The Zoning Board of Appeal today approved a non-profit's plans for a four-story, 20-unit condo building at 75-81 Dudley St. at Guild Row in Nubian Square

Housing activists push for return of rent control


Nearly 26 years after a ballot initiative banned rent control statewide, voters may soon have a chance to reconsider.  

Black Economic Council of Massachusetts annual meeting


Joseph Feaster, Segun Idowu, Mayor Martin Walsh, and Darryl Settles enjoy a moment during the Black Economic Council of Massachusetts annual meeting. PHOTO: JOHN WILCOX, MAYOR’S OFFICE



The Highland Park Neighborhood Council voted this week to ask the city to rename a portion of Dudley Street to Chuck Turner Way in honor of the former city councilor, who died last month.

Fostering business growth in roxbury


Entrepreneurs and nonprofit workers can sign up as members of Reevx Labs by first entering their names and emails into Berkshire’s database. They can then reserve space in the 2,200-square-foot lab’s conference room, workstations or multifunction room.  Source: BayStateBanner

Apartment building with coffee shop approved for Blue Hill Avenue in Mattapan


The Zoning Board of Appeal today approved a five-story, 39-unit apartment building on Blue Hill Avenue at Wellington Hill Street that will include ground-floor space for a coffee shop and two other small stores. Read more.