Why are there so many illegal signs posted on public property in Boston?

Hanging on utility poles and traffic signals and posted beside bus stops, corrugated plastic signs promote people willing to buy homes or diabetic test strips for cash and advertise local businesses. But these illegally posted signs are a point of concern for leaders of local neighborhood associations. “They’re not very attractive,” said Lorraine Payne Wheeler,

BPS deliberating use of federal funds

Citing wait lists for summer programs and school buildings with no air conditioning, District 4 City Councilor Andrea Campbell held a press conference last Wednesday calling on the Boston Public Schools to accelerate their release of millions of dollars in federal COVID relief funding. Boston is slated to receive more than $400 million in Elementary