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Walsh stands with sanctuary city

Walsh stands with sanctuary city

Elvira Mora

March 6, 2017


Filed under World

More than 300 people gathered at Boston’s largest mosque on Friday to hear Mayor Martin J. Walsh speak about protecting religious diversity and immigration. Boston’s Mayor said that he called the press conference because he was “disturbed and angered” by the news coming out of Washington D.C. ...

Mayor Walsh emphasizes public safety for Boston during Super Bowl

Mayor Walsh emphasizes public safety for Boston during Super Bowl

Haley Clegg

February 4, 2017


Filed under Boston, News

Mayor Martin Walsh held a press conference at City Hall on Friday afternoon to discuss the safety of Boston on Super Bowl Sunday. Walsh’s main point was clear; have fun but celebrate responsibly. Despite the Super Bowl being held in Houston, Texas, Boston is expected to be filled with people ce...

Bid for Olympic Games discussed at Suffolk Law School

Bid for Olympic Games discussed at Suffolk Law School

Heather Rutherford

February 6, 2015


Filed under Boston, Campus, News

When Boston was selected in January as the United States’ city to bid to host the 2024 Olympic Games, promised by Mayor Martin J. Walsh were a total of nine community meetings, giving the public and elected officials the opportunity to discuss their views, opinions, and initiatives. The first meetin...

Walsh says he has plan under Obama’s initiative, and we should see it

Thalia Yunen

December 3, 2014


Filed under Opinion

Mayor Marty Walsh recently vetoed a proposed Boston City Council commission advocating for a 21-member panel of black and Latino men to act as advisers to Walsh on issues affecting their cohort. Since rejecting their proposal, Walsh should make a point to speak about the programs and initiatives he has...

Game over landlords: Marty Walsh fights corruption

Game over landlords: Marty Walsh fights corruption

Vassili Stroganov

April 2, 2014


Filed under Featured Stories, Opinion

With Marty Walsh’s new amendment to initiate inspections in housing and rentals, there is still hope for financially fragile college students and other people with low income. No more will landlords exploit the loopholes of our society. No more will tenants have to worry about their landlord showing up unannounced at their apartment. In other wo...

Late-night T service and food trucks announced

Late-night T service and food trucks announced

Melissa Hanson

March 13, 2014


Filed under Boston, News

The city will have more appeal late at night according to Governor Deval Patrick and Mayor Martin J. Walsh, who made separate announcements today of the start of extended hours on the MBTA and late-night food trucks. The T and key bus routes will stay open an extra 90 minutes on Friday and Saturday...

Marty Walsh plans to make Boston better for students

Marty Walsh plans to make Boston better for students

Melissa Hanson

October 30, 2013


Filed under Boston, News

Editor's note: City Councilor John Connolly did not respond to requests for a smiliar story. College was far from ordinary for Martin J. Walsh, but that did not stop him from gaining an understanding of the young people who study in Boston. The mayoral hopeful wants the vote of college students...

Boston’s Mayoral Race: Marty Walsh

Boston’s Mayoral Race: Marty Walsh

October 9, 2013


Filed under Uncategorized

By: Ben Linares Today, the United States federal government is at the forefront of every news story. In fact, lately all you hear about is what’s going on in Washington, DC. We tend to forget that a great deal of politics (sometimes even good politics) happens at the state and local levels. Boston,...

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