We begin tonight with unions divided over the message of Black Lives Matter.
The Boston Police Patrolmen's Association's criticizing support for the movement by the Boston Teachers Union. The B-P-P-A calls the movement "anti-police."
More affordable housing developments like Bartlett station here in Roxbury will be getting support from the state. Yesterday, Governor Baker announced sixty million dollars in grants, tax credits and rental subsidies for eleven projects.
The city's zoning board of appeal has given the go-ahead for three hundred forty-four units of housing in Allston. According to to Universal Hub, the board approved plans by City Realty for a development with four new buildings near Harvard and Cambridge streets.
A chain of thrift stores owned and operated by AIDS Action is closing up shop in West Roxbury. According to Universal Hub, Fenway Health says the store on Centre Street will close March twenty-first, on account of struggling sales. The store opened more than ten years ago, at the former site of Decelle's.
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