Category: Editorials

Get That Shot!

The idea of “vaccine hesitancy” is a relatively new phenomenon in our country. For those of the Baby Boom generation, there never was any question about getting shots for all kinds of childhood and adult communicable diseases. Vaccines, along with…

Letters to the Editor

Let Special Townies Remain in Their Original Location To the Editor, Teamsters Local 25 is proud to have called Charlestown home for the past 100+ years.  We are a trusted community partner, providing jobs for many residents and supporting organizations…

Letters to the Editor

Songs for the Open Road: A Concert to Drive Immigration Reform To the Editor, Before heading out on that summer road trip – maybe visiting long missed family and friends – take a moment to laugh about, sing about, and appreciate our ability…

At Last, Spring Has Sprung

Spring officially may have arrived on March 21, but the past month has been anything but spring-like. For those of us who live along the Massachusetts coastline, this is nothing new of course. The prevailing, on-shore sea breezes at this…

Letters to the Editor

Monteiro Running for Council At-Large To the Editor, My name is Carla B. Monteiro and I’m running for Boston City Council At-Large. My story is the story of so many Boston families, one of struggle and rising above it. My parents…

Numb to the Numbers

With just about all of the states now reopening their economies, the conventional wisdom among most Americans is that the worst days of the coronavirus are behind us. Yet the reality is that hundreds of Americans continue to die and…