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Site dedicated to reuniting people who grew up along Blue Hill Avenue in the 1950s and 1960s.
Database of greenspaces and local issues in Roslindale and Jamaica Plain and parts of Dorchester, Roxbury and Mattapan.
Roxbury, Jamaica Plain, Roslindale, Dorchester, Mattapan
"We are committed to improving the quality of life for our patients and the greater community through health education, advocacy and hands-on delivery of health care."
A sort of alumni association for people who lived in Mattapan in the 1960s and early 1970s.
"For many years Mattapan,and Boston, have sorely been in need of a new high school. A twenty acre parcel of land has been designated for this but, for lack of political will, no action has been taken to develop this parcel and build this high school. I am currently gathering all the data that I can in an effort to create a comprehensive website on the Mattapan high school issue and those community groups and activists working to build it."
Photos of Boston's old-style trolley line.
A civic intiative with the goal of creating a new, positive image for this Boston neighborhood.
Basic data from the U.S. census and the city of Boston.
"A nonprofit environmental organization whose members, staff, volunteers and supporters have been working since 1967 to improve water quality, protect stream flow and water supplies, advocate for fisheries restoration, and help create increased open space and better land use practices within the Neponset River Watershed. NepRWA's focus includes the Boston communities of Mattapan, Hyde Park and Dorchester."
Mattapan, Hyde Park and Dorchester
Information on specific schools from the Boston School Department.
"News flash: Women do stuff. They shoot guns, and go bowling, and even tattoo one another. Incredible, but true. Our mission: To keep track of all the amazing things these she-people do, while saving journalism from mortal peril."
Mattapan (Lower Mills)
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