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Your School. Your Paper. Since 1936.

The Suffolk Journal

Your School. Your Paper. Since 1936.

The Suffolk Journal

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Race gap in Boston’s departments must change

Maria Baluch April 22, 2015

It comes as a surprise that Boston’s police and fire departments are “the least racially diverse major city agencies,” according to a report by the city’s Office of Diversity that analyzed municipal...

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Boston Public Library reveals new wing for young readers

Will Senar February 25, 2015

The Boston Public Library unveiled its new and improved central library for teens and children on Saturday. Filled with bright colors, the second floor of the Johnson Building on Boylston Street was a...

Bid for Olympic Games discussed at Suffolk Law School

Bid for Olympic Games discussed at Suffolk Law School

Heather Rutherford February 6, 2015

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...

Residents should feel more compassion for homeless

Residents should feel more compassion for homeless

Katie Dugan November 19, 2014

Boston officials are still scrambling to find shelters for those displaced after the Long Island bridge, and the homeless shelter on it, closed last month. The closure could not have happened at a worse...

The Bacon Truck.
(Photo by Flickr user Chris Devers)

Late-night T service and food trucks announced

Melissa Hanson March 13, 2014

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...

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