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Mayor Walsh's plan links housing to transit

Dec 10, 2014 • Boston Globe
Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced Wednesday that he planned to spur construction of moderately priced housing on underused land along subway lines in South Boston and Jamaica Plain by allowing developers to build larger buildings with fewer parking ... More

What's ahead in state government this week

Mar 15, 2015 • Cape Cod Today
The tour starts with a 9 a.m. discussion of the opiate crisis in southeastern Massachusetts at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Plymouth, followed by a discussion with directors of local chambers of commerce at Plimoth Plantation at 10:45 a.m ... More

Roxbury Community College Informs GED Participants on Test Changes

Apr 28, 2013 • Sampan
BOSTON, MA (April 23, 2013) — Roxbury Community College is informing current GED test takers that they may want to take or finish the exam before the new GED guidelines go into effect. In January 2014, the new GED assessment will be launched in all ... More

What's happening in state government this week

Feb 28, 2015 • Cape Cod Today
CAPE WIND RALLY ON COMMON: Organizers say hundreds of people will gather on Boston Common, calling on National Grid Massachusetts President Marcy Reed to reinstate an agreement to purchase 50 percent of the power produced by the planned Cape Wind ... More

What's up in Boston fall theater, part 1

Oct 13, 2014 • Capecodonline (blog)
The free event takes place at 6 p.m. in the Media Arts Center at Roxbury Community College, 1234 Columbus Ave., Roxbury Crossing. Reservations for the event: 617‐824‐8400 or by emailing tickets@artsemerson.org. ... 23 at the Boston Center for the Arts ... More

Roxbury Community College's Workforce Development Training Programs ...

Aug 7, 2013 • The Boston - Bay State Banner
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick has made workforce development a key part of the mission of Massachusetts state-supported colleges and universities to meet the expanding need of industry for skilled workers. Roxbury Community College (RCC), ... More

Dudley Square's comeback tied to historic structure

Mar 31, 2014 • Boston Globe
Earlier this year, a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology began an effort to open startup space in the square for technology entrepreneurs. The project, named Smarter in the City, still needs funding. Change won't happen overnight ... More

Controversy still grips Roxbury Community College

Jun 18, 2012 • Boston Globe
Bob Giannino-Racine, who heads ACCESS, a Boston nonprofit that helps students find ways to afford college, said students often wave off the suggestion of attending Roxbury, even when its Roxbury Crossing campus is far more convenient than other schools ... More

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