On September 26, Boston residents go out to vote for their next mayor. In the running are four candidates, all of whom, were successful, yet uniquely, able to get themselves on the ballot. Advertisements
Mayor Walsh today unveiled the David Ortiz Drive in Boston to honor the contributions of Ortiz towards Boston. The drive was has been renamed from Yawkey Way Extension to David Ortiz Drive. (Herald video by Vishakha Mathur)
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Boston Mayor Marty Walsh believes his city is stronger than ever and he is going to continue to fight. Tonight in his State of the City Address, Walsh outlined his plan which prioritized schools, economic equity, infrastructure and public safety.
At a time when the president-elect has picked a climate change non-believer as the head of Environmental Protection Agency, another leader has taken a step forward on the same issue. In an effort to prepare Boston, Mayor Marty J. Walsh and his team released a report today on the impact of climate change.
“I am embarrassed and I feel unwelcome in this country.” – Gaby Womack, a protestor. 4,000 Bostonians took to the streets in a protest march against President-elect Donald Trump and his racist, anti-gay, and anti-women rhetoric. The day after the election, protestors marched down Tremont Street past Boston Common at about 8 p.m. on Wednesday,…