From NeighborWorks America: Drive-in brings community together
For many people, the drive-in is a symbol of the past. But with COVID-19 and the call for social distancing, it’s become a symbol of the present, and residents in Roxbury couldn’t be happier about it.
On WBUR: Early Voters Go To The Polls In Mass., Voice Concerns Over Getting Ballots Counted
Communities across Massachusetts have begun offering residents the chance to vote in-person, two weeks ahead of Election Day.
In Boston Real Estate Times: NEI General Contracting Completes Whittier Choice Neighborhood Phase 1A
The Whittier Choice Neighborhoods Initiative (CNI) is a collaboration between POAH, Madison Park Development Corporation, and the Boston Housing Authority to redevelop the Whittier Street Apartments site in Roxbury. When complete, the site will be fully redeveloped with over 350 units of mixed-income housing and commercial space. In addition to housing and safer streets, part of the vision is to promote family self-sufficiency by providing better access to quality education and job opportunities while using the community’s strengths to preserve its character.
On Universal Hub: Roxbury gets a drive-in theater for the next month
The Nubian Summer Drive-In, which officially launches tonight, will show movies through October on a 40-foot-screen at the former Bartlett Yard bus yard at 2565 Washington St.