The Boston Herald is a major daily newspaper covering international, national, and local news for the city of Boston.…More Its sizable sports section is known for its prominent photographs and extensive coverage of Boston sports teams. The Boston Herald was started in 1846, making it one of the oldest daily newspapers in the country. Today, the tabloid-style newspaper is owned by News Corporation executive Patrick Purcell. Breaking news and additional content can be found on the accompanying website, Bostonherald.com.
Boston Fire Department - Harrison Ave Station 618 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA02118 The Boston Fire Department's District 4 station on Harrison Avenue is home to Engine 3 as well as a speciality unit…More (Ford van). Overall, the Boston Fire Department employs 1,467 uniformed personell at 35 fire stations across the city. There are two fire stations in the South End, in close proximity to the Department's main headquarters in Roxbury.
City of Boston Board Office 35 Northampton St, Boston, MA02118 The City of Boston Board office is run by the Boston Public Health Committee and acts as a real estate agent by owning…More and operating properties to rent to those in need. Founded in 1971, its mission statement reads, "To protect, preserve, and promote the health and well-being of all Boston residents, particularly those who are most vulnerable." There is an extensive waiting list for some of its properties.
City Stage Company 551 Tremont St, Boston, MA02116 City Stage Company located next to the Boston Center for the Arts on Tremont St is a great place for families and…More children to learn about acting and even star in a show with professional actors and actresses. Drama is taught to them through different activities and after they are done practicing, their performances are performed in different centers such as libraries, schools and community centers. City Stage Company goes to schools as well to teach students about drama and to hold drama sessions. They have frequent shows in the Boston area which are free!
Worcester Square Area Neighborhood Association Worcester Square, South End, MA02118 The Worcester Square Area Neighborhood is bordered by East Canton, East Newton, and Northampton Streets between…More Washington and Albany Streets. The Worcester Square is part of the historic South End of Boston and is the home of the Boston University Medical Center, formerly Boston City Hospital.
Boston Fire Department - Tremont Street Station 700 Tremont St, Boston, MA02118 The Boston Fire Department's District 4 station on Tremont Street is home to Engine 22 and a specialty unit as well as…More the department's only Hazardous Materials Unit. Overall, the Boston Fire Department employs 1,467 uniformed personnel at 35 fire stations across the city. There are two fire stations in the South End, in close proximity to the Department's main headquarters in Roxbury.
City Year 287 Columbus Ave # End, Boston, MA02116 City Year is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping students throughout the country who are at risk of dropping…More out of school. It offers tutoring, mentoring and after-school programs led by recent college graduates who have been trained by the organization. This office is the Boston headquarters for the organization.
City Convenience 130 Dartmouth St, Boston, MA02116 City Convenience is one of 12 City Convenience stores in Boston and acts as a neighborhood minimart. The store supplies…More common grocery items such as chips, baking supplies and cooking oils and spices, and more gourmet items such as Kashi cereal and Cabot cheddar cheese. It also has premade sandwiches and baked goods for those needing a lunch on the run, as well as coffee, a large selection of drinks and drug store items.
Traynor Management 94 Appleton St, Boston, MA02116 Traynor Management has been renting out properties in Boston's South End since the 1960s. Its properties are all located…More in close proximity to shopping and dining outlets in the city. Listings are updated frequently, so check the Web site to see what is available.
YWCA 40 Berkeley St, Boston, MA02116 The Young Women's Christian Association has been leading the way for "eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting…More peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all" in the city of Boston since 1866. YWCA plays an important role in diversity and tolerance everywhere in the United States.
Rutland/Washington Community Garden Washington St & Rutland St, Boston, MA02118 This large community garden is known as the "Gazebo Garden" for the gazebo that stands at its center. Surrounding the…More structure are individual plots used by gardeners to grow colorful flowers and vegetables. Although the garden remains locked at all times, visitors can view many of the plots through the wrought iron fence. The garden was donated by the City of the Boston in 1991.
Ballast Realty Group 1200 Washington St, Boston, MA02118 The folks at Ballast Realty represent first-time home buyers of all ages in all Boston neighborhoods. The company…More specializes in luxury, condo and loft properties, and the staffers have noticed an interesting trend of empty-nesters moving back to city dwellings from the suburbs of late.