On Boston.com: The city is launching a new tourism campaign to help combat its ‘racist’ reputation
Acting Mayor Kim Janey introduced a new tourism campaign for Boston that “boldly puts our people and our neighborhoods front and center for the very first time,” she said during a press conference at Hibernian Hall in Roxbury on Monday.
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.
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.
In the BJC Bulletin from the Boston Jobs Coalition: BJC & MPDC distribute food to local residents
BJC & MPDC distribute food to local residents during COVID-19.