Monthly Archives: August 2017

Opinion

By Phil Orlandella Sandwich Board regulations won’t work without enforcement Once upon a time, the City of Boston implemented a sandwich board pilot program in the North End, that lasted about two-weeks and the boards were back in much more numbers. The enforcement was terrible, needless to say. Now the city wants to once...

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Bill Protecting Children and Older Students from Sexual Relationships Still in Committee

Potential legislation that would bar teachers and other school employees from having sexual relationships with their students, by raising the age of consent within schools and expanding the number of mandated reporters, has been proposed by police organizations. The potential bill, was heard before the Joint Committee on Education, have the backing of several...

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Sports 08-08-2017

Four NEAA Dodges Traveling Team entered in summer baseball leagues By Phil Orlandella Four North End Athletic Association (NEAA) Dodges baseball teams are participating in 2017 summer baseball programs. “All our teams will play competitive baseball and have solid coaches,” NEAA Baseball Commissioner Ralph Martignetti told the Review. “We enter these leagues each year...

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