On: February 19, 2018

Today, we’re excited to introduce you to Nastacia Grant-Forbes who’ll be helping us develop a Zero Waste Pilot Program. Nastacia is a senior pursuing a degree in economics from...

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On: November 27, 2017

DONATE NOW AT PATRONICITY We are excited to announce new matching commitments to make your contributions to the Revitalizing Peabody Square campaign go even further!  This news is just in...

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On: October 30, 2017

DONATE NOW at Patronicity Greater Ashmont Main Street is working to create a people’s plaza in Peabody Square to provide a community hub for recharging, meeting neighbors, engaging with...

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On: October 16, 2017

After several years of dreaming and informal conversation, momentum is finally gathering to transform the MBTA tunnel cap into a linear park dubbed the DotGreenway. What’s in the works?...

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On: July 28, 2017

Greater Ashmont Main Street and Mandorla Music Series are very pleased to kick off our 2017-2018 quarterly Dot Jazz Series on Thursday, August 10, at Peabody Hall in the...

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On: July 21, 2017

UPDATE:  Good news all around for our sidewalk planters: Cedar Grove Gardens has already replanted/replaced all the planters affected by the weekend’s vandalism at a generous discount and Boston Police Department C-11...

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On: July 17, 2017

At last Friday’s Development & Historic Preservation Committee we were excited to welcome professionals from Howard Stein Hudson who were making an interim report on their efforts to put...

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On: July 13, 2017

The Trinity Financial/Trinity Management team leading the Treadmark project hosted a community meeting on Wednesday, July 12, at the Parish of All Saints, regarding the fire that occurred two...

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On: June 30, 2017

The Treadmark building in the Greater Ashmont Main Street district (1971-1977 Dorchester Ave) is a mixed-use, mixed-income transit-oriented development built by Trinity Financial. It is designed to have four...

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On: June 29, 2017

The City of Boston, Department of Neighborhood Development has informed us that the Massachusetts Affordable Housing Alliance (MAHA) has arranged to cover hotline phones call today and, over the...

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